Dr Malinga celebrates 10 years in music industry.
Dr. Malinga is delighted to have received this honor. The Tshwane All Benefit Concert, which was later renamed Tshwane All White Dr Malinga Benefit Concert, was held in his honor. On Saturday, December 16, the event took place at Mzansi Resort, previously Morula Sun in Mabopane, Tshwane.
Dr. Malinga, whose real name is Goodwill Malinga, promised to carry on his charitable efforts by using music to bless and amuse people. He claimed to have been involved in the music business for more than ten years.
“It’s rare to be honoured in your Kasi. This is my recognition for doing well in the music industry,” he said. The musician from Hammanskraal, Tshwane, said he
canceled all his gigs around the country on 16 December to be part of this concert.
“This is not all about money, it’s also about honour. I dedicated myself to be part of this moment,” he said.
Dr Malinga said his mission is to bring back festivals like Hammanskraal Comes Alive and Ekasi Festival Show.
“I am thankful for everyone who supported me during my SARS issue. People even lied that I bought a McLaren, but anyway I love the car,” he said. He added that he is also grateful to EFF leader, Julius Malema, who is paying his accountant.
Due to public demand, Dr. Malinga announced he will perform Afro-pop and Afro-jazz next year. Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo said the celebration was enjoyable.
Tshwane is known for all white parties, it felt good especially because it’s a benefit concert and I will continue to come here,” she said. The founder of Tshwane All White Benefit and Soul Festival, Tiny Baloyi, said they were doing this for Dr Malinga. I am doing this from my heart and out of love,” she said. She said it’s part of celebrating 15 years of all-white and 10 years of Dr Malinga in the music industry. We want to give him flowers while he can still smell them,” said Baloyi. Rendani Mulaudzi, an All White festival fan, said she was happy to be part of the concert. This is my Christmas and seeing everyone wearing white made me happy,” said Rendani