Gospel star Thinah Zungu on how tough times changed him in 2020

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Gospel artist Thinah Zungu remains hopeful despite  challenges in the year.
Gospel artist Thinah Zungu remains hopeful despite challenges in the year.
Onkgopotse Koloti

He released a new album and not even a week later, the president announced the initial lockdown. 

It's only 21 days, he thought. There will be time to do live performances and promote the album. Then 21 days turned into a month, then six months, and more nine months later, the country is still in lockdown, even though it's not as tight as it was initially.

A lot of people have found themselves on their knees praying for renewed strength and hope and renowned award winning gospel artist Thinah Zungu is one of them.

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