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Spiritual upliftment by gospel choirs at Mantlwaneng

Gospel lovers had a time of their life when Basha Mogoditshane and New Spiritual Choir (NSC) of The Apostolic Republic of South Africa church from Klerksdorp, South Africa battled it out on stage at Mantlwaneng, Westwood International School on Saturday.
By Ulla Setswalo Mon 08 Dec 2014, 12:00 pm (GMT +2)
The Monitor :: Spiritual upliftment by gospel choirs at Mantlwaneng








Although the show started late at 10:00 pm instead of the initial 7:00 pm, the music made up for lost time. Basha Mogoditshane choir, who are members of the Spiritual Healing Church in Mogoditshane, organised the concert.

First on stage was Basha Mogoditshane as they shared a prayer with the crowd in their white and blue attire. Each choir had three sets to perform and each set consisted of four songs. The songs, which won the hearts of the audience included Letsatsi La Gago Morena, A re Lebogeng Modimo, Dumelang Bana Ba Ntate and He Lifted Me Up, just to mention a few. The choir’s energy was amplified as the night progressed with the choir’s leading lady 19 year old Tumelo Basonoko blowing the audience’s minds away with her beautiful voice. The youthful choir made thrilled the audience so much that, judging from the screams and throwing money on stage as a show of appreciation. One of the organisers, Pako Montwedi, told Showtime that they wanted to use the concert for networking, explaining that they also wanted to use the opportunity to learn from the talented New Spiritual Choir, which he

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said will help them grow musically.

NSC came on stage with so much zeal and the choir members were vivacious, looking beautiful in their green and white attire. The crowd loved every dance move they did and the songs they performed such as Dipelo Tsa Lona Di Se Ferokane, O Tla Re Bulela Dikgoro, Moya Wa Ka Ore Ee, Mohau Wa Modimo, just to mention a few. The cheers were accompanied by compliments and standing ovations. The talented Jack Monare led the choir and the choir put character into the music and performances. The crowd was left in awe when NSC brought a drummer onto their last performance, the beats of the drum made the audience dance the night away and everyone was in good spirits and thrilled. Proceeds of the concert will be shared among the choirs equally. NSC Managing Director, Andrew Leshomo, said that they plan on inviting Basha Mogoditshane to their country next year for a concert as they had a great time in Botswana. He further said that they appreciate the opportunity that Basha Mogoditshane gave them to come and showcase their God given talent

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