Sinach live in Johannesburg on Sunday

Internationally-acclaimed Nigerian singer, songwriter and worship leader Sinach will be making her way to South Africa for a one-day-only performance at Centre Court, Emperors Palace, Johannesburg on Sunday October 29.

Best known for her hit songs Way Maker and I Know Who I Am, Sinach is Africa’s most-streamed-and-followed performer in her genre. Sunday’s concert replaces a concert which was scheduled for August 27 but which had to be cancelled because the singer could not make it.

“I am looking forward to being back in South Africa and making special memories.  My hope is that my music can bring comfort in such troublesome and trying times, that I can inspire people, and inspire their faith in God.  My music comes from a combination of musical and spiritual influence, and I hope to be able to bring that to my fans,” shares Sinach in a press release from Blu Blood who are hosting her in SA in association with Emperors Palace, 24/Seven Travel & Tours and Independent Media.

The event starts at 3pm. Tickets are available from Ticketpro.

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  1. Two sadly yet significant words mentioned here: ‘performance’ and ‘fans’. This is not new within the circles of praise & worship leaders within the body of Christ all and more so around the western world. To discern between the annointing and performance is sorely lacking at leadership level, or it is intentionally overlooked in favour of popularity.