‘Battle of Mitanda’ for charity

Ndingo Johwa and Lizibo during the Ikalanga International fest press briefing PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Ndingo Johwa and Lizibo during the Ikalanga International fest press briefing PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The organisers of Lizibo versus Ndingo Johwa, also styled Battle of Mitanda, said at a press conference in Gaborone recently that they will donate five percent of each ticket sale to charity.

The organisers, Ikalanga International Festival, said the event will be held on December 26 at Domboshaba. According to talented Afro-pop singer, Lizibo, the festival will be one of its kind.

He explained that unlike in other battle shows where artists take turns on stage, he and legendary star, Johwa would share the stage. He said when one finishes a track the other will answer in their song: a music battle. “It will be the first time the two bands will be sharing the stage at the same time. We will each have our dancers and we will also have collaborating artists.

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