"I am so overjoyed to see Zimbabwe come together United as one. The last time such love and joy in one place was present, I was not yet born, maive muna (it was in) 1980, so I heard. And to top it all, it was all done in peace," he said on Facebook.
Musician Jah Prayzah Praises Zimbabweans
New Zimbabwe, 22 November 2017
Celebrated youthful musician Jah Prayzah, born Mukudzei Makombe, has commended Zimbabweans for remaining united and peaceful in the fight to remove Zimbabwe's sole president since… Read more »
Jah Prayzah Perches' Way Above the Top!
The Herald, 18 November 2017
Tinashe Mutero is a music lover and arts critic. He took his time to review Jah Prayzah's "Kutonga Kwaro" album and this is his bit of wisdom after the experience. Describing Jah… Read more »
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