Zimbabwean artists rock Botswanacraft


Hundreds of Zimbabweans thronged Botswanacraft to mark 35 years of Independence on Saturday. The night was filled with lots of entertaiment moslty from Zimbabwean artists.

Zimbabwean artist based in Botswana, Tawanda Benson known as Dr Tawanda, thrilled the crowd with his dance moves. The energetic musician performed his famous songs Cheso Power, Gumbo, Paurendo, Unconquerable, Ambuye and Baba.

Dr Tawanda and his energetic band managed to hook the audience’s attention with their splendid rhythm and dance. Amongst his dancers was Zune who mimicked a crippled man’s move. Zune who is also from Zimbabwe displayed various dance moves. The crowd cheered with excitement, while some tried to copy his dance moves. The young energetic dancer showcased his dance skill, and gave revellers something to talk about with ‘bicycle’. Talented guitarist Spiro played some of the famous Shona songs, and got the crowd to scream, in appreciation of his skill. Another guitarist used his foot to play the guitar, which spiced up the whole performance.  Dr Tawanda featured two of his talented female artists D’Nice and TS. D’Nice performed her beautiful R & B song Sunshine, and TS wowed the crowd with Don’t Say Goodbye. They left audience begging for more.

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