Harare or Bulawayo? Nyovest undecided

Bruce Ndlovu
With his Refiloe Album Tour now coming to its final stages, South African rap superstar Cassper Nyovest is still yet to decide whether the Zimbabwean leg of his continent wide sojourn will take place either in Bulawayo or Harare.

The Doc Shebeleza hit-maker had initially planned a 10-city South African tour in March but had to expand it to a 19-city adventure that included other African countries after his partnership with mobile company AG Mobile.

Named the AGHashtagRefiloeAlbumTour after his phone and platinum selling album, the tour has already taken Nyovest to Namibia, Botswana and his countrya��s major cities in between his visit to the US for the BET awards at the end of last month.

Zimbabwe, which is supposed to be the toura��s penultimate show before it makes its curtain call in Johannesburg, and Nigeria are the only African counties that the ponytailed rapper is yet to tick off his list after his visit to Botswanaa��s capital a fortnight ago.

However, Nyovesta��s destination for Zimbabwe is still not yet clear. Nyovest enjoys ample support in both the capital and the City of Kings. Last year he performed to capacity crowds at the Shoko Festival in the capital while he also did the same during his show in Bulawayo early last year and in the star studded Kalawa Homecoming during the festive season.

Nyovesta��s manager Lerato a�?T-Leea�? Moiloa confirmed they were still yet to decide on the final city and venue for his Zimbabwean visit.

a�?We still havena��t made a decision as of yet. However, if you check with us at the end of this week we might be able to tell you,a�? he said.

Also of interest will be Nyovesta��s pricing structure for the show, as local fans have usually complained that South African acts and promoters overcharge them for their shows. Nyovesta��s shows in South Africa have been pegged at 100 Rands, with tickets presold before the event at Computicket. free samples of viagra.