Dorcas Moyo nominated for prestigious African award

GOSPEL musician Dorcas Moyo

GOSPEL musician Dorcas Moyo has been nominated for the Africa Best Female Gospel Musician Award slated for August.

Moyo is representing Zimbabwe at the prestigious Christian Legendary and Impact Makers Awards (CLIMA).

CLIMA celebrates God’s Kingdom and unity of Christ in Africa.

The award honours musicians for their immense contribution to God’s Kingdom.

In the 2024 Africa Best Female Gospel Musician category, Moyo will compete against Yadah and Mercy Chinwo both from Nigeria.

The Zimbabwe gospel sensation will also lock horns with Winnie Mashaba (South Africa), Janet Otieno (Kenya) and Deborah Lukalu from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Undoubtedly one of the best gospel artistes in the country, Dorcas, as she is affectionately known in the music circles, has been raising the musical crest with each release.

Her 2023 album, Mhanza Haisekwi, which features Zimbabwe’s sungura music perfectionist, Alick Macheso, propelled her to the pinnacle of success.

This year, she never put her foot off the accelerator pedal, as she unleashed another album, Mvere Dzabvepi, solidifying her dominance of the gospel music arena.

In an interview yesterday, Moyo said she was grateful.

“This is one of the greatest honours ever conferred upon me. I am truly excited and very much humbled by the honour,” she said.

“The mere mention of my name by such a prestigious platform is an unbelievable reality. It is my first nomination by CLIMA and that only is motivation enough. Landing the gong will be a bonus.”

Moyo urged her fans in Zimbabwe to vote for her.

“As DM Music, I am humbly requesting all my fellow Zimbabweans to do the best they can in voting for me,” she said.

The fans can vote on

Voting started on July 1 and will end on August 31.

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