be held in honour of Senator Mutsvangwa, the wife to Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa.
Senator Mutsvangwa was appointed Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Services by President Mugabe recently.
“As a family, we sat down and came up with this idea that there is need for us to celebrate the eminence of our daughter-in-law, Monica. She is married to our brother, Ambassador Mutsvangwa,” he said.
He adds: “This show is of great relevance to the community and mostly the youths. It seeks to empower them through the Youth Empowerment Fund where service providers will be there to provide information on how they can acquire loans to start projects,” said Matatabikwa.
He said companies within and outside Norton will be exhibiting their products and the show’s main thrust is to promote Norton talent.
The line-up of musicians includes established and upcoming artistes.
On the bill are Mbira Dzenharira, Charles Munhumumwe and the Four Brothers, guest artist Teen Connection, Peter Tangwena’s Starlight Musica, Jah Rontings, Chrisco Kid, Kackson Phiri, to mention just but a few.
Ambassador Mutsvangwa, who sponsored the event, is expected to be the guest of honour.