Zambezi Syndicate regroups


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Terence Miselo writes

The Zambezi Syndicate comprising musicians Nasty D, 2WICE and Mbototo of the Zambezi Music fame have regrouped for more shows across the country. The team which is keen at promoting local Zambian sounds particularly Zambezi Music which was started around the late 90s, has lined up several shows due to popular demand.
After their last gig in Lusaka around February, the team resumed its business with a show in Siavonga and now is set to move to Eastern Province for two shows.
According to the programme, the Syndicate has a show on June 31ST at Mfuwe Airport starting 20:00 hours till late. The following day the team performs at Willis Nigte Club in Lundazi starting at 18:00 hours followed by a family show at the same venue the following day.
The programme also suggests the Syndicate will have several shows at venues to be announced later.


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