A charity gig supporting the fund-raising initiative for the ZRP Kuyedza Club will be on this weekend at the Morris Depot Police Grounds.
Three of Zimbabwe's top musicians -Suluman Chimbetu, Jah Prayzah, Sabastian Magacha and the Police Band will alternate on stage to entertain hundreds of revellers who are expected to attend the show for a worthy cause.
While some may view the event as one of the many shows that take place across the city every weekend, and may not regard the combination as a dream collaboration they may have wished for, there is no doubt that it will change the lives of many underprivileged people.
If anything, the ZRP Kuyedza's Women Club is banking on the show to bring a smile on the faces of less privileged individuals scattered across Zimbabwe.
This will include the Ndowa family in Mudzi, where a man is taking care of his wife and two children who are both in their early 20s and have been bedridden since birth.
Though needs and aspirations of people expected to benefit from the Kuyedza Women's Club are unique, they will smile in anticipation the same time that Sulu will go on stage to serenade fans with his hit song "Kwedu".
While they may not be part of the revelling crowd, the beneficiaries will certainly keep their fingers crossed, and in the process praying for a huge turnout.
In an interview in Harare last week, the national vice-chairperson of Kuyedza Club, Mrs Isabel Chihuri, said her organisation had become a hub of philanthropists since its inception more than 40 years ago.
"It has brought positive and transformational change within the police force, particularly for wives of force members.
"However, within the same framework, our charity work has grown and we feel we need to do more and reach out to everyone," she said.
The club, which has a membership of over 4 000 women -whose husbands are in the force is currently involved in a number of income-generating projects that include poultry, detergent making, sewing, craft-making and runs nearly all crèches and nurseries in police camps.
Although the club generates some of its funds to keep the organisation going, it also relies on donations from various establishments.
"We are hoping to raise about US$50 000 from the fund-raising fair which is on this weekend and we are appealing to music fans and well-wishers to come and support this event."