Uzalo’s Masoja Msiza (Nkunzi) launces new song about GBV and Mzansi men are inspired
Gender Based Violence (GBV) has shaken the nation for a long time now and the tension builds each time a lady is allegedly killed by their accomplice. Numerous famous people have stood firm against this anarchy and Uzalo’s Masoja Msiza is accomplishing something beyond voicing out his dissatisfaction with regards to this detestable demonstration.
Aside from acting, Msiza who plays Nkunzi on the SABC 1 telenovela is likewise a prepared writer. Combining verse and delicate Afro-pop, he and previous cast part Xolani Ncobeni have collaborated to deliver a melody named I Am A Father. The tune talks about the significant job that fathers should play in their kids’ lives and in the public eye.
Msiza offers to men, all in all, to assume their significant functions in their particular social orders of being defenders and suppliers. Conflicting to the character he plays, he diagrams duties of a decent dad and man.
Masoja Msiza (Nkunzi)
Addressing Sowetan Live about the tune he delivered yesterday on Thursday, he said it was roused by the developing number of instances of savagery against ladies and kids in the public arena.
“At the point when the possibility of the tune began I realized that verse alone won’t chip away at this melody. I got Xolani to include voice with the goal that the tune is infectious. I have understood that fathers are missing as far as activities in their children’s lives.
“When ladies have issues it is simple [for them] to sympathize with their agony with others and be console. Yet, with men they bottle a great deal of agony and disappointments on the grounds that there are no stages where they can talk about their torment. We live in current days where there is absence of family structures which could aid such circumstances,” he told the distribution.
He is arranging a men’s gathering one year from now 2021, where he will be joined by councilors, otherworldly and conventional pioneers, to deliver men on the best way to maintain their respects in the public arena.
Masoja Msiza (Nkunzi)
“The tune urges all men to plunk down and concoct a path forward on the best way to stop this [scourge]. We result in these present circumstances world through ladies yet it is similar men who murder them… ”
Sello Maake-Ka Ncube is likewise vocal with regards to loaning his voice towards his motivation. The ‘Mzansi Act Now’ crusade is framed by a gathering of men who need to see change and shut down the counter-intuitive viciousness against ladies and youngsters.
Sello was asked by IOL news how he anticipates accomplishing his objective and he essentially stated, “by raising our voices of dispute towards GBV we trust that this will prick the still, small voice of men.”