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Gospel star Khaya Mthethwa struggles to get sponsors for Art and worship Tour

Gospel star Khaya Mthethwa is an unhappy man. He is supposed to host a show, Art and worship Tour, but he is struggling to get sponsors.

The tour is supposed to take place on Saturday, 4 March.

On Saturday he took to Facebook and expressed his frustration.

He said he has been trying to get funding but all he gets is rejection.

Khaya Mthethwa

He wrote: “Guys, finding sponsors for my shows has been nothing but rejection after rejection! But you know what!! THE SHOW MUST GO ON! Please Pray for us! #ArtAndWorshipTour #InGodWeTrust.”

His colleagues and event organizers took the opportunity to comfort and console him.

Event organizer and gospel artist, Andile kaMajola, said: “Mfundisi, I know that pain and it cuts very deep. I’m standing in agreement with you. May God stretch His mighty hand and touch some hearts to respond to your proposals and requests in Jesus’ name, but in the end what I know is, it will go well and God will even surpass your expectations in Jesus Christ’s name.”

Another event organizer and gospel artist, Butho Vuthela, wrote: “In God we trust and in God we believe, and He will see us through as always, man of God.”

Khaya Mthethwa

Lungile Madinane said: “Experience has taught me that God always shows up. He will show up and show off. Pray Until Something Happens. Miracles happens every day. We’re declaring: ‘It’s done’.”

The publication tried to reach out to Khaya but his phone was off.

But his manager, Florence Khoza, said: “This is not a big deal for Khaya. In fact, he has found a sponsor already.”


In other news – Tango Ncetezo (Paulina) kisses goodbye to The River

Mzansi’s favourite shebeen queen Paulina has bowed out. The character played by Tango Ncetezo on 1Magic’s The River officially bid goodbye to the small screens on the season finale on Friday, 3 February.

Tango Ncetezo

Tango took to social media to thank the show and the fans of the show. The show will also be coming to an end after its upcoming sixth season, which kicks off on Monday 6 February. “What a ride! To the Kingdom of Refilwe, you are the epitome of talent, and thank you for holding me down each day, with grace and friendship. For teaching me and guiding me. Learn More

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