MTN extends deal with Joyous Celebration as they embark on national tour

Well, the deal is reportedly worth millions.

Joyously putting a pen to it. MTN signs a two-year deal with Joyous Celebration. Founders Lindelani Mkhize and Pastor Mthunzi Namba posing with some members of the group at the deal announcement.

Having celebrated their 21st  anniversary with a tour to Dallas last year to record with one of the world’s celebrated cloth’s man Reverend TD Jakes,  the group keeps pushing that envelope having recorded their latest album Heal our Land, in good time for -Good Friday.

From mzansi to the USA, United Kingdom, Cameroon, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Swaziland just to name a few, the production has endeared itself to millions both at home and abroad.

In 2017 the number one gospel group will continue to bring their music to people of all ages, race and creed across the globe as they embark on the ‘Heal our Land’ tour kicking off in April over the Easter weekend at Carnival City.

Speaking on the sidelines at the deal announcement at MTN head offices to SLM, the pint-sized and group conductor Lindelani Mkhize says this is a journey that never ends.

“We tell our members that after two years’ they have to branch out to give others a chance but this is not the case, as they keep coming back. So, in essence we provide them with an opportunity to excel and develop themselves,” he said.

On the extension of the deal, he said MTN has seen it Godly to back us up once again, and we’re grateful for that opportunity.

“We continue developing and creating jobs for these youngsters, whom some branch out to become stars in their own right, “says Mkhize, in his trademark hat.

Well, the deal is reportedly worth millions.

The national tour begins at Carnival City on Good Friday from 14 to 16 April.

Ticket ranges from R160 to R400.

For full schedule, log onto www.joyous.co.za or follow on Facebook.


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