The Winky D and Jah Prayzah show that was previously postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions will go virtual and no physical audience will attend the show, The Herald reports.
This was revealed by the event organizers Kayse Connect spokesperson Elton Kurima who said the show will be streamed on a pay per view basis:
We have held meetings with police and other relevant authorities who have granted us clearance to host the show, but as agreed it will only be held virtually with no attendees except for the technical team.
Nothing has changed, the PPV is US$2 and for those who had paid and were not reimbursed will still get the new link for viewing the show.
The show will be held under Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines. We will have the same masters of ceremony led by Star FM radio presenter Kudzai Violet Gwara (KVG).
We had planned to have about 100 people but due to the nature of the artistes, the fans were too demanding and it was difficult to control them, especially under such Covid-19 conditions. So we have resolved with the authorities to have the event virtually.
Kurima said about 70 people had paid to watch the show live and about 2000 had paid to watch the show through the Gateway Stream Music platform.
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(Pay per view) PPV a fairly new concept in Zimbabwe which arrived on our doorsteps due to the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. It enables the artistes to get back to work as currently they cannot host live shows where fans physically attend.