02 March 2017, MASVINGO - Burmris Entertainment, a local entertainment promotion company owned by Rumbidzai Mudenge, daughter to late Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education; Stanislaus Mudenge, is set to spread wings by hosting shows outside Zimbabwe for the first time.
Speaking to TellZim News earlier this week, Mudenge said she dreams of marketing Zimbabwean artists to the world through organising high-level shows for them.
"I launched Burmris Entertainment in my hometown, Masvingo, last year with the hope of helping local artists to get recognition on the international market. It is this dream that has pushed me start organising shows for artists outside Zimbabwe," said Mudenge.
She revealed that company will debut outside the country with a glittering show in South Africa on Friday March 3, 2017.
"The show comes after a series of successful local shows with Masvingo, Mutare, Gweru and Zvishavane recording very high audience turnouts. As a promoter, I also work with Zimbabwean business people abroad so that our abilities as Zimbabweans are recognised. This is why the show will be held at a club owned by a Zimbabwean national," said Mudenge.
The youthful promoter also said she will use the South African show to rebrand Burmris Entertainment to Burmris International.
"Our vision is to go global so our name should reflect that new scope. That is why we are changing to Burmris International. The artists I travel with will also have an opportunity to perform in high profile clubs," said Mudenge.
Adrian Anesu Mupemhi (Jah Seed), Obey Makamure (Tocky Vibes), Enock Munhenga (Ex Q), Darlington Zhanje (Dadza D) and Munashe Nyoni (Munaz) will perform at the show.entertainment