Gqeberha Gospel Choir launched at Spirit-filled event

Gqeberha Gospel Choir with founders, Nthabi Pram (singing with mic), and Mandy Praise (front, centre) ministering

The city of Gqeberha (PE) sang its heart out at RUCC Ministries, Korsten, on Saturday June 11 at the launch of the Gqeberha Gospel Choir founded by Gospel minister, Mandy Praise and his wife, Nthabi Pram. 

Pastor Mandy Praise has quite a few accolades under his belt. The founder of Gospel Worship Experiences: All Nation has shared stages with the likes of the late Neyi Zimu, Mahalia Buchaman, Vashawn Michell (USA), Patrick Duncan, Neville D, Jamel Evans, Shaun P, and also took part in the lockdown worship sessions of The Potter’s house, a ministry by the renowned Bishop TD Jakes, to name a few.

His NPO, the Mandy Praise Enterprises is a young, vibrant company with a passion for music and youth development. The company boasts a combined experience of more than 25 years in music and business. 

For several years minister Pram, also known as Mandy Praise, has been travelling and establishing his craft in the Eastern Cape until his mandate to return to Gqeberha became clearer.

Pastor Donald Mapapa at the GGC launch

The auditions for this amazing choir took place on January 15.  “In 2021 while I was preparing for my homecoming show in Gqeberha, the Lord kept on prompting me to embark on the venture of birthing and establishing a choir,” said Praise. 

With support from local churches, other local Gospel artists, TV and radio stations, and many other support channels, this historic event was a success and had many talking non-stop about the evident presence of the Holy Spirit that overwhelmed the attendees.

Praise said that the choir aims to discover Gqeberha’s young aspiring Gospel artists and give them the exposure they deserve as they showcase their talents. He said he hopes the choir will expose them nationally and even internationally. “The GGC aims to celebrate African Gospel music and contemporary Gospel sounds with the diversity of rich culture and languages that we have in South Africa.”   

As this was a live recording launch, the organisers did an amazing job in putting together a Holy Ghost-filled experience that is going to be remembered for decades to come.

The Prams also have a virtual ministry called House Of Praise Ministries: Gqeberha, South Africa, they go live on Sundays at 9am and weekdays (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) at 6pm. You can follow them on Facebook for all updates and future events

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