Tag: anjiru fumulani

  • The Black Missionaries to Release Two New Songs by Month-End

    The Black Missionaries to Release Two New Songs by Month-End

    The Black Missionaries reggae band has announced that their two latest songs will be released at the end of this month. The band says it wanted to release the songs last month (December, 2023) but the delayed due to their desire for both audio and video tracks to be released together. Band leader Anjiru Fumulani…

  • BLACK MISSIONARIES SET FOR MATAFALE’S 21ST MEMORIAL SHOW

    BLACK MISSIONARIES SET FOR MATAFALE’S 21ST MEMORIAL SHOW

    The Black Missionaries Band is set to host the annual commemoration of its founder Evison Matafale, slated for November, 27, 2022 at Civil Ground at Gadaga in Chileka, Blantyre. This will be Matafale’s 21st edition memorial show. According to Anjiru Fumulani the Band’s lead vocalist, preparations for the memorial show are almost done, adding that…

  • BLACKS DATES LL GOLF CLUB AFTER A TWO YEAR BREAK OF PERFOMANCE AT THE VENUE

    BLACKS DATES LL GOLF CLUB AFTER A TWO YEAR BREAK OF PERFOMANCE AT THE VENUE

    Reggae band Black Missionaries will this Sunday return to their once-upon-a-time familiar grounds of Lilongwe Golf Club (LGC) after a year’s absence. Last year, the Chileka-based group returned to LGC greens after a two-year break to launch their last offering Kuimba 11 on August 2.  And the band confessed that they have missed performing at…

  • Ma Blacks Raises K1.2M for Flood Victims

    Ma Blacks Raises K1.2M for Flood Victims

    Blantyre Press Club in collaboration with The Black Missionaries and Anthony Makondetsa raised K1.2M in a charity show organized to cheer up flood victims on Friday, March 22 at Mibawa Hall in Blantyre. Blantyre Press Club earlier projected to raise K3 million from the show and instead the show has raised K1.2 million. Blantyre Press…

  • Black Missionaries Band off to South Africa

    Black Missionaries Band off to South Africa

    Well-known reggae grouping Black Missionaries band on Wednesday left the country for South Africa where they will hold several live consents. The trip came barely two days after a memorial show of late Evison Matafale at Gadaga ground in Chileka which attracted huge crowds. Speaking before departure lead vocalist Anjiru Fumulani, said the performances in…

  • Matafale’s memorial show Sunday in Chileka

    Matafale’s memorial show Sunday in Chileka

    Reggae fans across the country will this Sunday  27, November  2016  flocking to Chileka  especially Mankhokwe ground to attended memorial show of late Evison Matafale . The show will be hosted by well-known reggae group Black Missionaries. Black Missionaries’ lead vocalist Anjiru Fumulani confirmed of the development in an interview with Daily Times Newspaper, saying…

  • ‘NO ONE IS FIRED’-MA BLACKS

    ‘NO ONE IS FIRED’-MA BLACKS

    Malawi’s celebrated reggae group Black Missionaries has trashed rumours hovering on the social media that the group has fired two of its members, drummer and lead guitarist Paul and Takudziwani Chokani respectively. Speaking in an interview with one of the local daily papers in the country (Daily Times), Anjiru Fumulani, the group leader and lead…

  • Black Missionaries band members risk arrest

    Black Missionaries band members risk arrest

    Two church choirs and a club based in Dwangwa have threatened to take Malawi’s renowned reggae band, Black Missionaries, to court claiming that the band pocketed money from them but failed to show up for concerts. According to reports, Black Missionaries Band from September to November last year received K1.2 million from Dwangwa club, K450,000…

  • MATAFALE MEMORIAL SLATED FOR NOVEMBER 30

    MATAFALE MEMORIAL SLATED FOR NOVEMBER 30

    Chileka based reggae group Black Missionaries have announced that the annual late Evison Matafale memorial, which also celebrates the lives of other fallen artists from Chileka including Gift and Musamude Fumulani, will this year be held on November 30. Evison Matafale (died 27 November 2001) was a Malawian Rastafarian whose music rose to popularity in…

  • THE BLACK MISSIONARIES HAS SINCERELY APOLOGISED FOR POOR SHOW IN SA

    THE BLACK MISSIONARIES HAS SINCERELY APOLOGISED FOR POOR SHOW IN SA

    The Black Missionaries band who are currently in South Africa for sadc summer festival has apologised to their fans for a disrupted show in South Africa which ended prematurely. FOM speaking to the group’s lead vocalist Anjiru Fumulani said the cause of the premature end of the show was due to poor sound which came…

  • Ghanaian saxophonist Steve Bedi shines at Sunbird Sand Festival

    Ghanaian saxophonist Steve Bedi shines at Sunbird Sand Festival

    The three-day Sunbird Sand Music Festival held at Sunbird Livingstonia in Salima ended on a high note on Sunday with a surprise package of reggae group Black Missionaries collaborating with Lucius Banda aka Soldier and Ghanaian saxophonist Steve Bedi. The performance was not on the line-up as the afternoon belonged to gospel musicians but the…

  • Black Missionaries releases four Kuimba 9 singles

    Black Missionaries releases four Kuimba 9 singles

    Chileka-based reggae group Black Missionaries have a lot to prove to the fans in the country that as crowd pullers, they still have the expertise to produce good albums worth appreciating and continue moving in the right path that their mentor late Evison Matafale travelled. The group’s l e ad vocalist Anjiru Fumulani announced during…

  • Mafunyeta, Matumbi on song at Maskal launch

    Mafunyeta, Matumbi on song at Maskal launch

    A Cameo appearance by Lilongwe-based music old timer Annie Matumbi and sensation Mafunyeta during the launch of Maskal’s Umunthu album ended up stealing the thunder from the Afro-pop star at Lilongwe Golf Club on Sunday. The surprise appearance of the duo—who were not on the list of performers, saw fans embrace their performance. Indeed, their…