Justin Bieber has made it known that he will not be canceling his gig in Mzansi even after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome.

Earlier this month, the star announced that he has been left with a condition in which half of his face is paralyzed.

He shared a video of himself and his condition while adding that “his body is telling him to slow down”.

However, Justin announced that he was postponing some of his upcoming performances in the United States (US).

Organizers have then confirmed he will still be performing in South Africa later this year.

Justin will be visiting the country at the DHL Stadium in Cape Town on 28 September and again at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 1 October as part of his Justice World Tour.

Public Relations Officer and Events Manager for the South African leg of the tour Dionne Domyan-Mudie told local publication Daily Sun that there are no changes to the scheduled performances.

“There should be no concerns at all. He is still coming and there will not be any changes,” she said.

Many of his fans are looking forward to seeing him.