Rasta who is famously known as the celebrity painter opens up about his plans for 2023.
The artist has painted lots of celebrities’ painter, especially those who have passed away, and he plans to give his art more wings by traveling other countries in Africa.
The critics and trolls haven’t made him relent, rather it’s geared him up to grow.
“My biggest highlight now is being welcomed by fans in countries other than South Africa. They show so much love for my craft. As I tour, I get clients as well, so I’ll soon be making more deliveries. I’m humbled as an artist,” the Zimbabwean artist said.
“I’m expecting to tour Africa and would like to have exhibitions elsewhere. I am in contact with other artists so my aim is to have another [exhibition] so other African counties can see my work.
“2023 is going to be a good one as I have planted and know I will reap more.”
In other news – Zimbabwean Exemption Permit holders have six months left in SA
Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) holders have about six months before their documentation to live and work in South Africa expires, and about 180 000 Zimbabwean nationals living in South Africa will be affected.
This follows after the South African government had announced the decision earlier this year and initially aimed to terminate permits on December 31, 2022, but instead granted an extension up to June 30, 2023. Learn More