Simba Pondani: Praise and Worship in the 21st Century
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | April 29, 2018
As time moves on, tastes and styles change. Music is not immune from this change, and it can be challenging for modern musicians to keep up.
Fortunately, if you play gospel music, we’ve got the perfect workshop for you to attend; Praise and Worship in the 21st Century. Simba Pondani, from GraceLife AFM, will be presenting this FREE Ministry Month workshop.
Where: Paul Bothner Music Stellenbosch
When: 12th May 2018
Time: 11 am
Simba will be taking an in-depth look at:
How to kick start your goals; turning dreams into reality by using modern tools and platforms to build a network and realise your goals.
The importance of using the correct, high-quality equipment and forming a good business relationship with equipment suppliers.
A Q&A will complete the discussion, with our resident expert Haydn on hand to answer any technical or gear related questions.
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More about the clinician
Simbarashe (Simba) Pondani was born in KweKwe, Zimbabwe. He’s currently studying his Masters in theology at the University of Stellenbosch, focusing on gender and health.
Simba is an accomplished keyboard player and guitarist. He first arrived in South Africa in 2015 and has since then managed to build GraceLife AFM, his congregation in Stellenbosch. His message is one of empowerment.
If you have any questions, why not drop us a mail?
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