The Big Fish making waves in the United Kingdom

Sipho Makhabane on stage.

MBOMBELA – Just a week after the successful launch of the first volume for Mpumalanga Praise its founder, well known gospel sensation, Sipho Makhabane, affectionately known as the Big Fish, proudly showcased his traditional outfits while lifting the flag of the country high through his music in the United Kingdom.

< width="372"] Sipho Makhabane in his traditional outfit.[/caption]

“The people of the UK were just impressed by the bright colours of my Swazi attire, it was a blessed Easter Weekend with them calling for more enchoes of my old songs including ‘Yek’ Intokozo, Zawa Indonga , There is a race, Vusowakho Umsebenzi and Ebenezer’

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“Referring to my attire they called me the Swazi boy” says Makhabane.

Sipho Makhabane showing some dance moves on stage.

On Sunday he got the opportunity of watching Chelsea failing to produce a shot on target in the Premier League match for the first time in a decade, losing 2-0 to Manchester United.

Makhabane at the Manchester stadium.

On Monday,Makhabane enjoyed a tour to London. He is expected to fly back to South Africa on Tuesday.

On a separate note thousands members of The Alliance Church of Southern Africa who attended this year’s Easter Convention in Witbank witnessed the ordination of Bishop Veli Lucas Luphoko of the Machadodorp branch.

Bishop Veli Luphoko being ordained by Dr Johannes Mazibuko.

Thobile Mlangeni

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