24 March 2013

Zimbabwe: S. Africa's Mi Casa to Visit Old People in Highfield

The South African band hit song. ( Resource: Mi Casa - Heavenly Sent )

South African music group Mi Casa, which is expected in the country this Wednesday for a show at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC), will on the same day make a presentation of donations to Soda Old People's Home in Highfield courtesy of Endaweni Restaurant.

Endaweni Restaurant proprietor Zee Ncube said she sourced the goodies from her associations to provide for the home.

"The home is my special concern. This time around Mi Casa will come and help us make the presentation of groceries and goodies that I have sourced."

Endaweni, which operates from Belgravia, Harare is famed for its succulent dishes and has so far hosted Zahara on her first two trips to Harare.

The 10-member travelling party is scheduled to touch down at the Harare International Airport at 2pm aboard a South African Air-link flight.

The tour, which is the group's maiden show, is likely to usher in the celebratory Easter mood as it is being held on Good Friday eve.

Max Mugaba of May 7 Entertainment, the organisers of the tour, said everything is now in place with tickets already selling.

He said tickets are being sold at the HICC, Zim Gossip Models offices and Batanai Gardens.

Endaweni Restaurant, Mi Casa, Soda Old People's Home in Highfield

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