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Bethany Pasinawako-Ngolomi
Born Bethany Pasinawako
  • Musician
  • Farmer
Known for Being a musician.
Spouse(s) Lyton Ngolomi

Bethany Pasinawako-Ngolomi is a Zimbabwean gospel musician and farmer. She is known for a song titled "Ndinzverei".


Bethany was born in a family of six.[1] She is married to a music producer, Lyton Ngolomi who owns Lyt-On Studios. The two got married in December 2012.[2]

Personal Life

She once dated fellow gospel musician Taurai Nzira[1]


She first realised that she had a music talent at the age of 16 in the AFM church. Meeting music producer MacDee opened up windows for her, leading to the recording of her debut album Ndinzverei, initially titled Aripo. Her second album, Aripo, released in 2009, also did well especially with the title track as well as songs like Donhodzo, Ndichararama and Pfugama Unamate. Her husband, Lyton produced her third album, Anesu Jesu.[1]

Together with her husband they are part of a 25-member Xtreme Afrique Choir which launched a debut DVD titled ‘Tomuziva Nenyasha Volume 1’.[3]

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  • Ndinzverei
  • Aripo(2009)
  • Anesu Jesu

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Bethan finds Mr Right, wedding plans revealed, Herald, published: March 20, 2011, retrieved: August 29, 2017
  2. Pasinawako ties the knot, NewsDay, published: December 24, 2012, retrieved: August 29, 2017
  3. Bethany Pasinawako-Ngolomi, Music In Africa, published: No Date Given, retrieved: August 29, 2017