PMB police officer to launch her first gospel album

2018-02-21 06:02

SERGEANT Sindi Mngomezulu of Pietermaritzburg Police Station will launch her first gospel album on March 23 at the Imperial Hotel in Burger Street.

The title of her album is called I am Free and it comprises 12 songs.

Known as Sindi Zulu in the music industry, Mngomezulu said her singing is not only for entertainment; she wants to change people’s lives too.

“I am a worshipper. My songs on the album are speaking to different people. If people want to worship, this is definitely for them,” she said.

Mngomezulu, who has been with the police force for over 10 years, said she has loved to sing since she was little.

“I started singing at Sunday School. When I got into high school one of my teachers recognised my talent and he insisted that we start a gospel group at school.

“The group became famous and I was recognised. We started entering competitions as a group and we won most of them. At that time I thought to myself that when I finish school I will go to Johannesburg and become a musician but that did not happen,”she said.

Mngomezulu said although she did not make it to Johannesburg, she did not stop singing

“I started singing at college during my police training.”

She said she never thought that one day she would be launching her own album.

“Last year, my husband asked me why I don’t record my own album. That made me think and I decided that I was going to do it because singing is something that I love and enjoy doing. Even at church, I sing. I can say that worshipping is my life.”

Tickets for the launch are available at Bible Centre at R100.

They can also be purchased from Mngomezulu or at the door on the day.

“I started singing at Sunday School. When I got into high school one of my teachers recognised my talent and he insisted that we start a gospel group at school. The group became famous and I was recognised.”

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