sulumani vs macheso.jpgThree artists who participated in the [email protected] Gala were awarded for their best performances last night and were presented with different prizes at a function that was hosted by the Ministry of Media, Information and Publicity.

Stakeholders in the arts industry were treated to some thrilling performances from the three artists, Sungura icon Alick Macheso who was presented with an award for the best overall act, Peter Moyo who was awarded the best promising act and gospel singer, Mercy Mutsvene who won the best female act prize for performing at the [email protected] gala which was held in Chipinge.

The ceremony also saw some artists such as Sulumani and Tryson Chimbetu also performing on the night.

Speaking at the award presentation, the patron of the Zimbabwe Union of Musicians, who is also the Minister of Media, Information and Publicity Cde Webster Shamu applauded the organisers, music promoters, fans, and musicians who participated in the event.

At the ceremony, Andy Brown’s family was presented with some money in appreciation of the late musician’s contribution to the music industry.

Two Lucky winners Yemurai Mavhunga and Stembiso Menyezwe who took part in the SMS platform won holiday prizes and spending money for predicting the three musicians who got prizes.

The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, MultiChoice, Zimpapers and NetOne were the major stakeholders in the event.