Tuesday 2019-09-17




By Delisa Thwala | 2019-09-12

THE only thing that has changed for gospel Queen Nothando Hlophe is that she currently does not have a recording stable, but anything that pertains her gigs and appearances the singer is flourishing in that department.

The singer is billed to perform at the third annual All white Gospel picnic to be held at Carnival City Festival Lawns in Johannesburg on November 2.

This was confirmed by the singer through an interview with the Entertainment Desk. The award-winning gospel queen said she was looking forward to the show to worship and ministering the word of God.

“I’m happy to have the chance to share the stage with some of the people I look up to, who include Bishop Benjamin Dube.

“I cannot wait for November 2 which is two days before my birthday,” said Hlophe.

The All White Picnic will feature other gospel icons like Bishop Benjamin Dube, Dr Tumi, Zaza Mokhethi, Sbu Noah and many more artists.

The event is supported by Coca-Cola and Standard Bank and this is third instalment of the event.


The Gospel queen’s latest offering ‘Thina Siyalangazelela’ is currently making waves on the internet.

The song was released on Monday and it was sitting at  10 000 views  on YouTube.

 This was  before this publication went to  print yesterday.

The song forms part of Nothando’s recently released second album titled ‘Nothando Live At Soweto,’ which was recorded live in South Africa.

The singer is also fresh from participating in the Umhlanga where she was also bestowed with emagwalagwala by Prince Majaha. 

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