Jah fills Solomon’s Café
JAH Prayzah performed at the official opening of Solomon’s Lifestyle Café in Glen View last Friday where he attracted over 3000 fans.
Founder and managing director of the joint, Solomon Matsa, 50, hailed fans for gracing the event.
“Congratulations to us, the fans and Jah Prayzah for successfully pulling around 3000 paying fans.
“This is a five-star establishment with concern for the stylish good times and good people in Zimbabwe.
“This is a world class brand that we have come up with to bring what I can call township tourism, it took only three months to build this; plus a lovely drive-in venture in this spacious two-hectare area,” he said.
Asked on their target and objectives of setting up the place, Matsa said:
“Our main aim is to see Zimbabweans and the world touring Solomon’s Cafe’ that we have established close to Glen View, Glen Norah, Budiriro, Lochinvar, Highfield, Kambuzuma, Kuwadzana, Mufakose, Warren Park – almost central to the big spenders from around Harare.
“Solomon’s Cafe caters for everybody because our Zimbabwean kitchen dishes and Chisanyama cost $3 up to $20.”
Solomons’ Cafe bars do provide imported beers, whiskeys and wines.
“The imported whiskeys and wines compliment the best sound from our imported PA system and we have since hired sound technicians from South Africa to teach our local engineers.
“Jah Prayzah was surprised since he had never seen such a kit and sound. We have the best sound and best Zimbabwean security personnel.”
This cafe has two sections which include the VVIP and the general section.
Meanwhile, fans fought running battles with bouncers as they scaled over the security wall at the height of the show.