Malawi’s celebrated Reggae outfit Black Missionaries, over the weekend kick started their long awaited UK tour with a brilliant show that took place at Iqbal’s Banqueting suite in the city of Birmingham.
With Malawians travelling from nearby cities such as Leicester, Leeds and Nottingham the show was well patronised highlighting the appreciation Malawians in Diaspora have for Malawi’smusic.
Black Missionaries are in UK for the tour celebrating Malawi’s 50 years of Independence. The Birmingham show received positive reviews with one patron princess Wa Nankhwere Dzanjalimodzi writing on facebook that “Wow! Oh boy! Oh boy. Ma blacks rocks and them men can sing. I danced all night in my heels never got tired”
According to the organisers of the show Norah Chiwaula Maclintock and Grace Ntolera Mujungu- the party is now moving to the city of Manchester on Saturday 5th July at SOL HOUSE, Fairfield street, M12 6EL.The show is expected to start at 8pm till late.
Tickets are selling at £30 if bought in advance and will cost £35 on the door. For more information on the Manchester show and securing your tickets , contact the promoters Grace Ntolera Mujungu on 07432617322 or Norah Chiwaula Maclintock on 07414965856
It is with deep sadness to inform you about the loss of our fellow Malawian
friend and sister, Siphiwe Jere who passed away on Saturday 24th May 2014 at
Walsgrave hospital in Coventry UK. She is survived by her husband William
Chirwa and 5 month old daughter, Praise.
The family is planning on expatriating her remains to Malawi and they are
humbly asking for help in order to make sure she is laid to rest at home. In
the meantime, people are meeting at 57 Adderley Street, Coventry, CV1 5AR to
keep vigil with the family.
For contributions, please forward to Barclays bank account number 83188892,
sort code 20-23-60, account name- Pacharo Chinamulungu or donate at
For all other enquiries, please speak to Daughters of Nyasa chairperson-
Vera Shaba or VC- Lucy Unyolo on 07727482926.