The Chileka reggae group Black Missionaries will in April tour South Africa ahead of their next album launch.
Band leader Anjiru Fumulani said the band travels to Johannesburg on April 23.
“We look forward to a show in South Africa before we launch Kuimba 9. We thank fans and supporters,” he said.
According to him, all 11 songs are set for their seventh album since the 2001 death of their mentor and founder Evison Matafale.
“We look forward to it. We bring music that is instructional, spiritual and corrective,” said Fumulani.
The band has so far released four singles: Bwenzi Langa, Akungochimwirabe, I am Not a Failure andWokondedwa.