Dancehall giant Enzo Ishall to perform at Palace Hotel

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Dancehall giant Enzo Ishall to perform at Palace Hotel Enzo Ishal

The Chronicle

Charity Chikara, Showbiz Reporter 

Enzo Ishall will tonight perform in Bulawayo at Palace Hotel during a gig that promises fireworks.

Born Stephen Kudzanai Mamhare, Enzo Ishall is one of the country’s most celebrated dancehall artistes.

The Ahoyi hitmaker will share the stage with hosts Mr Jaiva and Sir Aubrey and DJs Ayaxxx, Bhandit and Mandoza on the wheels of steel. 

The month-end and Friday hype has been boosted and set as the Harare-based star will grace the Palace Hotel with his zealous performances well known for their magnetic effect on fans.

In an interview, the hotel’s owner Tapiwa Gandiwa said they were excited about the show and expect the usual large turnout of fans.

“We are very excited; we are expecting a large crowd as always. This is good for the entertainment industry and our business as well. We are always keen to support the entertainment industry players and we will keep on hosting more local artistes,” he said.

Palace Hotel has in the past hosted immense crowd-pulling shows that have shut down roads leading to other leisure spots. Beverly Sibanda well known as Bev, Jah Signal, and Zoey the dancer among many other Zimbabwean recognised big artistes have graced their stage before earning the hotel its crown of being one of the most popular joy-spots in town.

Besides the affordability of shows, Palace Hotel is known for efficient customer services and the ever-friendly owner Gandiwa who mingles and fuses well with his customers.

Palace Hotel also offers over 60 exquisite luxurious suites that have affordable charges. A lot of tourists and visitors from other cities usually find themselves a second home within the hotel’s walls. 

Gandiwa has created employment for over 162 people in Bulawayo who work in his various businesses.

Palace Hotel

“I am also into the transport and retail business. The businesses currently employ 162 people in Bulawayo. We are mostly concerned about idle youths. We take them in, groom them and offer them a starting point in life. The entertainment industry is also flocking with youth; hence we always aim to encompass it by hosting these kinds of shows and making sure that the general public has an appreciation of our Zimbabwean art,” he said. 

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