CHILEKA based reggae group The Black Missionaries left on Tuesday for Botswana where they are expected to hold two shows.
The group’s lead vocalist Anjilu Fumulani said on Wednesday that they are set for the two shows. They will have their first show on Saturday and the last one on Sunday.
The group arrived in South Africa on Wednesday and was expected to fly to Botswana in the evening. The group is expected to return to Malawi on July 19.
He said all the members of the Black Missionaries have made the trip including Anthony Mr. Cool Makondetsa, who has been in the limelight after the release of his new album Fuko Lokondedwa.
During their performance last month at Club XL in Blantyre, Anjilu told the audience that they would want to break the international stage and that they are determined to do that.
He also said that they would have performances in Botswana, Ireland and South Africa in July, August and September respectively.
“One of the shows in Botswana has been organised by Malawians to celebrate Independence Day.
The other show has been organised by a Botswana-based promoter. In Ireland, we will be performing at the Miss Ireland Malawi in August,” said Anjiru.
He also said if all goes according to plan, The Blacks will perform in England.
In South Africa, they are expected to perform in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg in September.