BY NYASHA RUSHWAYA
Death is a inseparable part of life. If we are to live life honestly and without fear, we have to also accept that death is ultimately inevitable.
Death should not cause us to live in fear, but rather to live our lives in the very best way that we can. Today as we bring news of our friend, uncle, nephew, son father, brother.
There are some who bring a light to the world that even after they have gone the light still remains. One such person is Garry Munashe Mapanzure who was born on 18 June 1998.
He was a Zimbabwean afro pop singer. He was brought up in a Christian family, being guided by his pastoral parents. It was in church that he discovered his singing ability and honed his musical talent, when he was around 14-15 years old when he released his first gospel single at Monos’ studios.
His voice outshined everyone for it was a very powerful, coming out of a very young boy that was an album with Shuvai Gambiza Rushwaya and at 19 he released his first RnB single and also won his first musical award.
In 2017 he produced a hit single with his younger brother, Vicky on the track. He was quite multi-talented.
Garry was buried on Sunday at the Lawn Cemetery in Masvingo where hundreds spared their time to bid farewell to Masvingo’s musical hero.
As our brother has been promoted to glory, we have Isaiah 41 verse 10 “so do not fear for I am with you, do not be dismayed , for I am your God . I will strengthen you and help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
As we wait on the holy spirit to comfort us and heal our hearts and take us through such a painful journey.