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Tyla postpones future performances to prioritize recovery


Grammy-award winning artist Tyla has announced a temporary hiatus from performing following her recent double BET Award wins. Taking to Instagram, the celebrated singer informed her fans about her decision to focus on recovery through physical therapy.

In her Instagram stories, Tyla expressed her regret at having to cancel upcoming shows and festivals over the next 10 days. Events affected include Roskilde, Palmesus, Open’er, Saga, and Montreux Jazz festivals. She clarified that her current focus is on physical therapy to facilitate a full recovery, allowing her to return to performing consistently.


“It saddens me to let you know I will no longer be able to perform over the next 10 days,” Tyla shared with her followers. Despite this setback, she reassured fans that she is committed to resuming performances as soon as possible. Her message conveyed gratitude for their patience and understanding during this period of recuperation.

“Trust that I am doing everything I can to get on as many stages while simultaneously recovering fully,” Tyla assured her supporters. She concluded with warm words of anticipation for future performances, expressing eagerness to reunite with her audience soon.


Fans, affectionately known as “Tygers,” responded with messages of support, wishing Tyla a speedy recovery and emphasizing their excitement for her return to the stage. Tyla’s announcement underscores her dedication to her craft and her fans, prioritizing her health to ensure she can continue delivering memorable performances in the future.

In other news – Train collides with school bus in Mutare

Twelve students from Versatile College in Mutare sustained injuries when their school bus collided with a goods train near Mupfumi Garage in the Willowton Industrial Area on Wednesday morning. The National Railways of Zimbabwe confirmed the incident, stating that the students had been transported to a hospital for medical treatment.

“A tragic accident occurred at Wilton Level Crossing in Mutare this morning involving a school bus and a train. Read More

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