South African Afro-pop Group Malaika is Finally Reuniting
After waiting an entire decade, South African fans are ready for the long overdue reunion.
After a very public and unsavory breakup almost ten years ago, Malaika, which includes Tshedi Mholo and Bongani Nchang, will be reuniting and performing at the Remember the Time concert in March.
Malaika started off as a trio. However, one their group members, Jabu Ndaba, passed away from tuberculosis in 2008. Whilst the remaining duo of Mholo and Nchang continued performing for a short while thereafter, they eventually split up due to growing differences. Amid their public feud, Nchang went on to release a gospel album entitled Wonders of Mercy in 2016 whilst Mholo struggled to establish herself as a solo artist.
Speaking on the reunion to SowetanLIVE, Mholo said:
"It's a new year and we are just looking forward to touching base yet again. This is a rebirth in a way. We have grown up so much. Yes, sometimes you fight, then you reconnect, forgive one another and continue with the legacy. We have decided to let bygones be bygones."
The duo will be rekindling their magic in just a few days at the Remember the Time concert being held at Times Square in Pretoria on the 8th of March. Fans are hoping to hear their beloved hits including Destiny and Sebakanyana, among many others.