NJOMANE FROM UZALO RELEASE SONGS.
Mr Msiza against Gender Based Violence
GBV gender based violence has rocked the the country for many years now and the pressure get high when a women are randomly murdered by their fiance, partners or anyone.
Mr Msiza from Uzalo is doing more than voicing out his disapproval act. Mr Msiza releases a song. Apart from acting Mr Msiza is also a seasoned poet. Fusing poetry and a soft afro pop, Msiza and his former cast member Xolani have teamed to release a song.And it is titled I’m a father.
The song speaks about the father figure responsibilities and how important it is to provide and protect. The song was released on Thursday and it was inspired by lot of violence against woman and children in our community.
“I had an idea for this song but I knew poetry alone wouldn’t work so I brought Xolani to add his voice so this song can be catchy,The song is been released now”. Said Msiza
It is easy for woman to share their pains with others and get comforted but with man it’s not easy. Gents turns to bottle things up and they think there’s no platform where they can speak out and pour their hearts.
“We live in a modern days were there’s lack of family structure which could assist in such situations”. Msiza said to the public.
Mr Msiza is planning a conference next year 2021,where he’ll be joined by spiritual traditional healers, councilors, and pastors to address men on how to uphold their dignity in the community.
Newly released song encourage men to come up with a solution regarding Gender Based Violence. Mzansi’s act Now campaign is formed by a group of men who want to put an end to GBV.
Sello Maake-Ka Ncube is part of the act Now Campaign group. Sello was asked by IOL news how he plans on achieving his goal and he said
“By raising our voices of dissent toward Gender Based Violence, we hope that this will prick the conscience of men. “