Jonah Nyoni Jeys Marabini
Jonah Nyoni is an author, success coach and motivational speaker. Jonah Nyoni has contributed to Zimbabwe’s leading newspapers and magazines. He is a business columnist in Zimbabwe’s number one independent newspaper; The Newsday and is a frequent guest writer on many national publications such as Megafest Business Magazine, The Chronicle, Sunday News, Southern Eye, and Financial Gazette. An in-demand speaker, Jonah’s practical experiences, proven case studies, creative use of multi-media, and his enthusiastic and passionate delivery, have proven to be a winning formula for seminar attendees across Zimbabwe
His inspirational talks demonstrate time proven and practical principles that people can use to change their pattern of thinking, improving their results significantly, increase their net worth and unleash their God given greatness. Jonah Nyoni, has managed to launch two motivational books within a space of two months titled Success Within Reach and Inspirations for Success. Nyoni wrote the first book in collaboration with 14 other authors that include United States-based Dr Stem Sithembile Mahlatini. The second one is a solo project entitled, Inspiration for success.
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Having fast established himself as one of the best musicians to come out of Zimbabwe, Jeys Marabini has a new album out. In this new offering, titled SILO, and recorded and produced by 10th District Music in 2013, Jeys returns with a mature sound, calm and rich with rhythms that will appeal to any music lover. SILO is a Ndebele word that describes character, strength and heroism, which is what this inspires to the listener.
There could be no better music to reintroduce Zimbabwe’s most unsung musical hero and legend to the entire world than SILO. Born Majahadowa Ndlovu, his recent international tour took him to Austria ́s Roots Music from Southern Africa in 2012 and 2013 respectively.
Back in the 90 ́s, inspired by the success of groups like Black Umfolosi, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Jeys formed an a cappella group by the name Comforting Brothers, which rose to fame and invaded the city of Bulawayo. In 1992 the group changed its name to Mbizo and went international, touring in a lot of different countries in Europe. In 1999 he partnered with Louise Harding to form Equator Promotions Company in the UK that introduced several Zimbabwean musicians and groups like Mbizo, Albert Nyathi, Siyaya, and Olben Moyo to the international scene.
In 2002, Jeys decided it was time to go solo and it was then that JEYS MARABINI was born. Returning to his roots in Zimbabwe, Jeys rediscovered a new sound recording his first album Emarabini. From pure accapella to guitars, drums and strings, Jeys again proved that he was the epitome of hard work and resilience. The popular album was followed by other albums Thuthukani Ngothando (Grow with love), Sound Of Today and Tomorrow, Izenzo (Deeds) and later Jeys @ 40.