SA music legend to grace Kauandenge’s birthday bash

 Josef Kauandenge’s flirtatious relationship with music has gotten the best of him and this time around he has successfully roped in South African musical legend, Johny Mokhali, to bless his birthday bash with musical baptismal waters alongside the local best.

The two musicians’ friendship comes all the way from a previous project, Tau se Afrika and what best way to cement it than to have the South African lavish the Namibian audience with some of his finest tunes.

 

Mokhali brings with him the experience of 26 albums and will share the stage with Big Ben, One Blood, Matongo Family, Wild dogs, Ongoronomundu, and any more upcoming and artists.

Said Kauandenge, “This is a rare opportunity for Namibians to see Mr. Mokhali live on stage and this is an opportunity never to be missed. The activities will start in the morning of Saturday 27 October with a kids’ fun corner with jumping castles, toys, and other activities, as well as soccer matches leading to the build-up of the main event in the evening.”

 

Jossie, as he is fondly known in the music circles, will also introduce his own son to the wider public as the next best thing in Namibian music during the night’s show.

 

Penaani Kauandenge is 16 years old and a very promising singer in the making and he will release his debut album on that night as well, he said.

 

Johny Mokhali will land on 24 October 2018 at the Hosea Kutako International Airport and he will sign autographs on Friday 25 Oct at Antonio Arts at 14hoo.

 

He will be interviewed on various radio stations and television from Thursday.

 

Tickets are available at Computickets and at all Shoprite Checkers across the country for N$70 for ordinary and N$350 for VIPS.

Kauandenge currently serves as a local authority councilor in the Windhoek City Council and he started his musical career way back in 2005.

 

Over the years, he has produced many hit songs like Mbakotoka meaning I’m Back, Namibia and many others which became instant hit songs.

 

With his eyes set on politics, will he make another full come back?

Time will tell.