The Bayangihleka singer told Zimoja that she left the group to focus on her solo career, her publishing company and her artist hub for women, children, and the LGBQTI community.
“We had a good run. I’m grateful for everything -good and bad. I grew up as the child of The Soil,” Buhle says. I have graced local and international stages and performed at some of the biggest festivals in front of huge audiences here and abroad. I can never replace the time I have had with the group, but it’s time to grow and face this cut throat industry on my own. I know I can do it.”
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THEO OFFICIALLY TAKES OVER FROM BUHLEBENDALO
The two remaining group members, Ntsika and Luphindo Ngxanga, said The Soil is not going to be the same without Buhle dali.
“We support her and wish her all the best in her new endeavour,” the two brothers said.
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The singers also welcomed their new recruit, Theo Matshoba.
“In the same breath, we are exceedingly excited by the beautiful dynamic that Theo’s rare gift brings to the group’s creative ethos.”
Theo iis no stranger to The Soil as she briefly filled in for Buhlendalo in 2016, when the songstress accepted her spiritual calling.