By NYASHA NHAU
SOUTH African based Zimbabwean gospel musician Nyasha Ruth Mupara has implored people back home to continue looking up to God for answers during times of hardships as the Lord never disappoints.
“There is Covid-19 and economic hardships, l advise my fellow brothers and sisters in Zimbabwe not to lose hope.
“Everyone should keep on praying one day God will hear our humble cry,” Mupara told Zim Community News recently.
Durban Pinetown based musician has launched a six track album Sungano end of August.
“I have two albums now which l launched last month, three singles also included on the album and one video for a track called Sungano.
“I have worked with three producers Charles Ayibheki, Olin Underson and Dj Kenny Choruwa,” she added.
She is inspired by her husband who is also a musician Cuthbert Kademaunga, who is the elder at All Saints Ministries.
“I started music in 2016 when l was doing backing vocals for my husband, he motivates me and we had a collaboration.
“He noticed that I had a talent during the time when we were singing at home and encouraged me to pursue with music.”
Nyasha Mupara grew up in Makoni Nyagota village anddid her primary school at Ndingi primary school and secondary at Gwindingwi high.