Bbi Masia, Entertainment Reporter

BULAWAYO bred musician Sandra “Sandy” Ndebele says she will release two videos in March as part of her 2020 plans.

Speaking to H-Metro, Sandy described 2019 as a fruitful year as she managed to hold many shows.

“I did a lot of shows, I performed at Tuku Concert, I was a judge at Dreamstar finals, and I took part at the Arts Indaba.


“I shared the stage with Selmor Mtukudzi, Tocky Vibes, ExQ, Jah Prayzah among others,” she said.

Sandy, who is the goodwill ambassador for Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe, has vowed to work harder this year.

“My 2020 resolutions is to work, work extra harder and achieve more   than I achieved in 2019 and travel a lot and make a lot of money, yeah,” she said.

The Iyasa product said she had something up her sleeves this year in form of videos.

“I am going to release two videos by first week of March and hoping for more as time goes on,” said Sandy.

Asked how she balanced balancing between music and family, she said:

 “I am a good multi tasker. I am a woman who they talk in the Bible who is able go and work.

“I am a businesswoman, a mother, I lead an all-female ensemble called Intombi Zomqangala and I’m also a wife.”

She also acknowledged her family, followers and God for all her achievements in 2019.