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television programme Gospel Gold is embarking on a national roadshow to reach out to the community at large.
The roadshow that starts on June 26 in various provinces marks more than a decade of success in the TV industry, promoting gospel music.
Gospel Gold has all these years created a platform for South African musicians while supporting local gospel talent, entertaining and informing people through the music.
Gospel Gold will kick off the roadshow on June 26 at Tshukudu High School in Rustenburg in North West.
Favourite musicians including Mzet will perform for free.
On June 27, the show will be at Miracle Valley Ministries in Polokwane and well-known gospel singer Jay Hlungwane will be among those performing.
On June 28, the show moves to Mpumalanga for the mother of all gospel concerts, at the Church on the Hill.
The concert will feature award-winning Sipho Makhabane, Tshepiso Motaung and many others will perform in Nelspruit.
Gospel Gold will then move to Sanlam Plaza in Bloemfontein on June 30 with presenters Lerato Moloi and Steven Molakeng.
From July 3 to 11, Gospel Gold will be in KwaZulu-Natal, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
The roadshow will then continue at Empangeni on July 3 at Fellowship Church International.