Benjamin Dube Performs in KZN Intshukumo

Benjamin Dube Intshukumo

Intshukumo Brings in Benjamin Dube for a Moving Performance in KZN

Just before Bishop Benjamin Dube released his new album he brought flames with a worship session at Intshukumo Camp in KwaZulu Natal. Some people were lucky enough to hear the renowned gospel singer and songwriter Bishop Benjamin Dube perform in Kwazulu-Natal recently, having been invited by the Intshukumo Christian Organisation.

For this reason I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, 

On Facebook, Bishop Dube, who has released dozens of gospel albums and is one of South Africa’s successful gospel artists, has described the event as a ‘unique experience’ and given thanks to his fans and his hosts. Intshukumo is a life changing experience and it is the perfect place to go to do what Timothy was instructed…. “Flame”.

The Intshukumo Christian Organisation describes itself as ‘an inter-denominational Christian movement which gathers believers from all over KZN and beyond’. Having recruited ten thousand members since its foundation in 2005, Intshukumo’s HQ is in Wasbank, where it involves itself in the community through conferences, road shows and other events.

We have Apostle Dr J.C. Nyandeni – who was awarded a Doctorate in Philosophy in 2015 – to thank for this group’s existence. Her intention was always for Intshukumo to serve as a source of healing and revitalisation for South Africa’s battered national spirit. If that sounds like something you need right now, you can watch videos of previous events that Intshukumo has uploaded to Youtube:

If you want to get in touch with Intshukumo for their next event, you can connect via their

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Benjamin Dube has recorded his new Album at a sold out show at the Sun Arena, Time Square. The new album Glory in His Presence is packed with local and big international names in the line up. In true Benjamin Dube style he has released the first single and video from the album , a collaborations with gospel sensation Khaya Mthethwa called “You will never leave me”.

Intshukumo Benjamin Dube