Give praise with three leading gospel singers

Three of the biggest names in South African gospel music will perform on stage together on Sunday, December 15, in the Carnival City Big Top Arena.

The bill will be topped by the Queen of Gospel herself, Hlengiwe Mhlaba.

Originally from KwaZulu-Natal, she has become a national household name.

Hlengiwe started singing professionally just over eight years ago and her debut album, Dwala Lami, was released in 2005.

She has since released six more albums and four live DVDs, and has collected a SAMA and numerous Crown Gospel Awards along the way.

Veteran gospel artist Solly Mahlangu spent 20 years in the ministry before deciding to focus on gospel singing to spread the word.

His powerful, energetic stage presence and active performance, coupled with his warmth, make Solly a compelling performer.

At the fourth Crown Gospel Awards, in 2011, he walked away with the awards for best male gospel artist, best gospel artist and best gospel song.

The third star in the Praises line-up is S’fiso Ncwane, also from KwaZulu-Natal.

S’fiso started singing at the tender age of eight and, by the time he was 10, he was singing isiCathamiya gospel songs.

He started playing keyboards, bass guitar and drums before releasing his first album, Vulamasango.

Since then he has gone on to release more albums and to win at the Crown Gospel Awards.

All three will be performing with a live band and will each do a 70-minute set.

The show starts at 7pm.

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