Macheso is a happy man as he was quoted in our sister paper, the Daily News on Sunday where he promised a wedding of a lifetime with 800 guests expected to grace the occasion.The wedding is taking place at Tuku’s Pakare Paye Arts Centre and what an honour for Mtukudzi and his wife, Daisy.Macheso says Tuku and Daisy are like his “parents” and he was happy that his daughter’s wedding was taking place at their spacious venue.
Sharon customarily married South Africa-based Kudakwashe in February and the ceremony took place at Macheso’s Waterfalls home.
Meanwhile, our sister paper reports that the wedding venue Pakare Paye Arts Centre was founded in 2003 by Mtukudzi and is situated 45 km west of Harare.
Artists performing at the centre have used the lodges.
The rooms are fully air-conditioned and have digital television and a garden and sculpture park where guests can relax in a tranquil and private environment.
I know it will be the day that the singer would be putting his best suit.
Macheso likes suits and I am sure he is shopping around for the best.
Built on a spacious ground in Norton; it offers state-of-the-art facilities sprawled on expansive industrial land in serene environs, thus making it a distinguishable venue for the performing arts and conferencing.
The centre has four facilities where to stage showcases — a fully air-conditioned auditorium that accommodates up to 300 fans and can also be used for conferencing and other social events.
The lounge is a favourite for families because of its garden and plasma screens with digital television offering a full bouquet of international channels.