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Bassline 21st birthday pyjama party

Posted by radio On August - 6 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

The Bassline music venue in Johannesburg, in association with Goodbye Malaria, will be hosting a Mozambique-inspired pyjama party on the 5th September to celebrate 21 years as a leader in the world of South African live music.


basslineThe event, fired up by Nandos, TRACE Urban and Kaya FM, will be showcasing some of the finest talent in South Africa and Mozambique including local house sensation Micasa, in what will be their first ever show at the Bassline, the Princess of Africa Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Cape Town’s Hot Water, leading comedian Deep Fried Man as well as some spectacular surprise guests – all under the fun-filled theme of a pyjama party.


Goodbye Malaria, leading activists in the eradication of Malaria, aim to bring awareness of the severity of the Malaria situation in Africa, particularly in the Mozambican territory.

With bi-annual home spraying, millions of lives can be protected from what is still one of the easiest diseases to prevent.  Increased prevention and control measures can lead to a reduction in Malaria mortality rates, yet the poorest countries are still the worst affected.


Goodbye Malaria,, aims to make a dent in mortality figures through positive activism – such as the sale of their funky shwe shwe-fabric pyjama trousers available online at as well as on the night of this event.

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Tickets to this event are on sale at and will be on sale for R150 for standard tickets and R500 for VIPP (Very Important Pyjama Person) ticket that includes a pair of Goodbye Malaria pyjamas and exclusive access to a hospitality area, where patrons will be able to meet artists and enjoy complimentary food and refreshments.


There will also be a Nandos grill area and the famous Mozambican beer 2M will be on sale all night, bringing an authentic Mozambican spirit into the heart of Jozi.


Come join us for a star-studded night of music, dancing and food as we say goodbye to Malaria by joining together to make a difference.  Bassline will be donating 75% of proceeds to this urgent cause and your contribution will make the world of difference.

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Joyous 20 head to Moses Mabhida

Posted by radio On August - 6 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

A culmination of 20 years of worship with MTN Joyous Celebration On 19 December 2015, MTN Joyous Celebration embarks on the most titanic journey in its history to commemorate 20 incredible years of bringing Gospel music to people of all ages, race and creed globally. The colossal celebration is set to take place at the iconic Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban KZN South Africa a very first for Joyous as the production undertakes its first ever outdoor recording.


As a build up to this momentous milestone, MTN Joyous Celebration will embark on a number of activities leading and building up to this milestone event. The “Road to Joyous 20” will debut with a tv series on SABC 1 from Sunday the 9th August at 6pm until the live recording in December.

Joyous Celebration

Joyous Celebration

Co-Founder Lindelani Mkhize says ‘We are truly humbled by this milestone and are proud to celebrate the numerous achievements made by MTN Joyous Celebration over the years. We have become trendsetters and known for setting the bar higher with each album release; we have broken countless records from best album sales to iTunes charts and are eternally grateful to God and our fans for this success. This milestone recording is an opportunity to not only celebrate these achievements but also reach for new heights once again.”


Jabu Hlongwane, said “We had a shared vision for Joyous which we established, nurtured and watched it flourish together. We are therefore honoured and extremely proud of what we created and this recording will remind our longstanding fans of where we come from.”


“As a proud supporter of South African music and the brand behind MTN Joyous Celebration, we are very excited about this milestone 20th edition. It has been a long and successful road and we have no doubt that MTN Joyous Celebration 20 will continue to redefine the South African music scene”, said Larry Annetts: Sales and Marketing Executive at MTN SA


Having graced local stages around South Africa and Africa, Joyous has performed to thousands of fans in Kenya, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Botswana, Swaziland and Ghana just to name a few, bearing testimony to its African roots and heritage. MTN Joyous Celebration has largely contributed to the development of the country’s Arts, Culture & Heritage by raising the profile of the gospel music genre in this country and giving it the platform it deserves as a real and viable art form that contributes positively and significantly to the growth of the industry as a whole and the South Africa’s GDP.

joyous performance

Joyous has also played a pivotal role in unearthing, grooming and showcasing African talent and played a role in launching the music careers of many talented artists. The ensemble without a doubt grows bigger and better every year MTN Joyous Celebration fans all over the world can look forward to being part of this historic recoding. Tickets to this momentous production will be available at computicket from the 15th August 2015.



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This year’s annual event, to be held in Mamelodi, city of Tshwane on August 29, 2015, celebrates South Africa’s coming of age, while protesting its opposition to the recent xenophobic violence.


With the theme ‘We Are Africa’, the Tribute Concert promises a star-studded line-up and with the unprecedented partnership between Newtown Junction and JT Comms some of the featured artists will perform at the Newtown Junction in an exciting build-up to the main Concert on August 29.


Throughout Women’s Month (August) Newtown Junction, a mall that offers a superior shopping experience, diversity in dining opportunities and a space that lends itself to celebrating South Africa’s artistic and cultural diversity, is setting the tone by hosting inspiring events and showcases.


A series of lunch – time concerts  (13h00 to 14h00) on Fridays (August 7, 14 and 21) supported by the Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation will give a taste of the upcoming Moretele Park Tribute Concert.


So, get in on the act and catch the magic of Moretele Park Tribute Concert at the lunch-time concerts.


First up on Friday, August 7 is Cinderella and Ladysmith Allen Home – Cinderella, aka CSD, birthed from the prolific streets of ‘eNdofaya’, and is made up of band members, Clifford Mbhalati, Simon Modjadji and Desmond Hlongwane. This trio – a force to be reckoned with – breathes new life into the African Hip Hop market.


On August 14 we see a double bill of Mxolisi Ndongeni and MicCarol – Ndongeni, who in his early days participated in the Coca-Cola Pop Stars 2003, signed up with Demor Music and released an Afro Soul album titled Ngaphakathi (2011) which got playlisted by Kaya FM and various SABC radio stations going on to form his own label, Skyrocket Productions (Pty) Ltd in 2013. He is currently working with MicCarol whose real name is Lerato Thosane, a neo-soul, rnb and house music artist who is a model, university graduate, VUT FM radio host and draws inspiration from Erykah Badu, Jill Scott and Mary J Blige.


The final concert on Friday August 21 will feature Nathi, whose hit song ‘Nomvula’ is currently making waves in the local music front. Nathi, who came from Maclear to Johannesburg to record Noma Kanjani – a rendition of the late Brenda Fassie’s hit song with Vusi Nova, which within the first week of its release reached the top 10 on various radio stations charts, is a well “put-together”artist in full command of his craft.  In identifying his music he credits four magic letters which, he says best describes his music – L O V E! His latest release Buyelekhaya is available now in stores.


The main Moretele Park concert has a stellar artist line-up that spans the continent from the DRC to Lesotho, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Join the thousands of revellers at the Moretele Park Tribute Concert in Mamelodi – book your tickets at Computicket before they sell out.


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Four of South Africa’s trailblazers, thought-leaders and trendsetters shared key insights with more than 700 women at Durban’s ICC this morning as part of Women’s Month celebrations. The FNB Business Women’s Breakfast in association with GIBS and East Coast Radio provided corporate Durban with a morning of inspirational personal journeys and shared learnings.


Hosted by East Coast Radio’s Carol Ofori, the event was more than a networking breakfast to celebrate the phenomenal strides women have made in SA. It was about earnest advice from individuals who dare to dream, break moulds and set trends.


“As women, we all need to believe unconditionally that our passion can create the life we really want,” says East Coast Radio’s General Manager, Boni Mchunu. “We have the in-built ability to do whatever we put our minds to and need not wait for things to fall into our laps. Opportunities exist and we need to seize those opportunities and make things happen for ourselves, rather than waiting for society’s approval.


IT innovator, former Google SA boss, Stafford Masie, kicked off the morning. As one of SA’s celebrated digital strategists, Stafford shared advice on how to navigate the challenging – and fast-changing – world of technology and the role his grandmother played in getting him to where he is today. His challenge for women is to encourage their daughters to innovate. “Men run the internet. But women rule the internet!”


Packing a magnetic personality, the business savvy Lorna Maseko discussed the challenges she faced as one of SA’s premiere ballet dancers. From the moment she put on her first pair of dancing shoes at the age of 9, to her meteoric rise as SA’s first professional black dancer and Top Billing presenter, Lorna’s journey is nothing short of remarkable and inspiring. “There’s something about hard work that no-one can take away from you,” Lorna advised as she encouraged women to dream and work hard to achieve their dreams.


The woman who served as assistant to one of the greatest men on earth gave the audience an intimate glimpse of life with Madiba. Zelda la Grange shared some of the key lessons she learnt while at Nelson Mandela’s side for 19 years until his death in 2013. She poignantly shared anecdotes of how Madiba taught her valuable life lessons including the importance of living life with discipline, respect and integrity. Zelda stressed the importance of women standing together and how imperative it is to instil good values in our children to ensure that we build a great South Africa.


Rounding off the morning, Zolani Mahola, lead singer of Freshly Ground, took the audience on an inspiring journey of the challenges she faced and obstacles she overcame during her rise to stardom. Hers was a story that challenged everyone to pursue their dreams as she challenged women to “know your worth!” As mother, poet, songwriter and businesswoman,  Zolani’s soulful voice resonated with the audience as she peppered her time at the podium with song.


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KZN is set to rock with a smoking hot line-up for BP Durban Day with East Coast Radio. Eleven mind-blowing South African acts will set the stage on fire at People’s Park on 6 September 2015.


Speaking at the launch of the event at the Durban Country Club this morning, East Coast Radio’s Marketing Manager, Renée Burton, said, “Music brings people together – it’s that simple. And year on year we are building a tribe of music lovers who buy into our offering.”


The winners of East Coast Radio’s #BeTheBand competition will be the curtain-raiser. The finals are being held at Palm Court, Gateway on 8 August 2015.


Durban band, Veranda Panda, will be showcasing their winning combo of EDM and violin. “We play shows and festivals all over the country but Veranda Panda is 100% proudly Durban. We can’t wait to rock out in front of a massive home crowd, alongside a line-up of artists who we support and respect a lot! It’s going to be huge!”


When they’re not playing overseas, high-flyers Mafikizolo are on tour or in-studio. They had such a blast at last year’s Durban Day that they’ve cleared their diaries to make more memories in Durban this year. Be prepared to rock your socks off!


Pop-rock band MonArk will bring their high-octane energy. The multiple-SAMA nominee group have been making waves since bursting onto the scene in 2013. It’s their first time at BP Durban Day with East Coast Radio and they’re promising a unique vocal and visual experience.



All eyes will be on multi-award winning prince of SA hip-hop AKA as he unlocks Durban and raises the Levels with his high energy performance. It will be his first time performing at this annual music event.


Icon and trailblazer, Thandiswa Mazwai, has amazed audiences all over the world. “Music gave me an opportunity to free my revolutionary self,” says the multiple award-winning artist. She’ll be sharing her brand of magic to People’s Park on 6 August 2015.


They raised the collective temperature at People’s Park last year, and now MiCasa is coming back for more. J’Something, Dr Duda and Mo-T will return from their first world tour to rock People’s Park in September with their pulse-thumping tracks.


“My favourite thing about Durban is the people. I’ve never been anywhere else in the world where people are so friendly and welcoming,” says Matthew Mole who’ll be taking to the stage for the first time at People’s Park. “I’ll be playing some older songs as well as quite a few of the new songs I’ve been working on. I’ve been changing up my live set quite a bit, so there will be a few more instruments on stage than I usually have.”


Veteran rockers Prime Circle will show why their music has had staying power for more than a decade. Their first single, She Always Gets What She Wants, has notched up over 789 000 YouTube views, making it the most-viewed South African rock song ever. Lead singer, Ross Learmonth, can’t wait to connect with KZN fans. “Without the fans, we would be nothing. And I don’t ever want to do anything else. Creating music for a living is a privilege, and we never forget that.”


Beatenberg will make their debut performance at BP Durban Day with East Coast Radio. “We loved Durban energy and we can’t wait to connect with our fans there.”  The Cape Town pop band will treat KZN fans to their own brand fresh new energy.


Last year, Khuli Chana put in a guest appearance at People’s Park. This year, he’ll bring the curtain down on BP Durban Day with East Coast Radio with his own brand of pulsating flavour and sound. The Motswako originator has been in the game for ten years, during which he’s amassed an armful of awards and teamed up with big names like Big Sean and Kendrik Lamar. “My fans can definitely expect a mean, energetic performance!” he promises.


Mafikizolo, Prime Circle frontman Ross Learmonth and AKA joined the BP and East Coast Radio teams at the Durban Country Club this morning for the launch of the event.


Tickets for BP Durban Day with East Coast Radio are available at Computicket at R180. Free entry to under 3’s and R20 for kids between 3 and 12. Gates open at 11.30am.


More details on


BP Durban Day with East Coast Radio.

6 September 2015, from 12 noon onwards

People’s Park, Moses Mabhida Stadium.


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C4U heads to North West

Posted by radio On July - 21 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Career Expo: Come explore and interact with TOP tertiary institutions, companies and prospective employers



The prospect of a career choice is an issue that touches every young learner, organization, community and our economy profoundly. As is, the majority of our learners spend more time deciding what cars, phone, and clothes to buy than choosing a career. Could this be that career decision making is hard work or that our learners have difficult time accessing information about tertiary studies and career options available? If our learners make informed choices they are less likely to experience some of the consequences of poor choices or ineffective career guidance such as tertiary institutions drop out, late tertiary applications, unemployable youth market, completing a degree that one has no interest in, indecisive labour force market or unhappy workforce.

In order to help facilitate our young learners’ transition to tertiary and to the working world, Careers For A Powerful You Pty Ltd (C4U) has, since the beginning of the year, embarked on a journey throughout townships and rural areas in South Africa and now going to Mahikeng in the North West province to create a platform where our young learners access resources, opportunities, and sound advice from professionals to unlock their full potential and make informed decisions about their career path.


For our young learners – the Career expo is a platform to meet and interact with a wide variety of organizations in one location, in one day. This interaction allows them to tap into opportunities available within these organizations. Also, it is a platform where learners are proactive and search for solutions with regard to careers and challenges they currently face. Our core focus is to encourage innovation and creativity and produce sustainable development within our economy and community. We have identified the following as challenges that lie ahead for our learners: admissions, financial aid, earning extra income, opportunity identification, unemployment, how to start up a business, sound advice and questions about their future.


For our exhibitors – the career expo is a vibrant and revitalized platform for the public and the private sectors to profile themselves as employers of choice. This is an opportunity to meet with learners from various schools in and around Mahikeng. It also presents an unmatched opportunity for talent finders to promote their organisations and compete for the best available pool of talent and connect directly with potential employees, bursary recipients, provide employment and career information.

C4U is a member of the Shanduka Black Umbrellas programme which is an initiative to support and mentor black entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses.

As a mobile career consulting firm, we specialize in career development within township and rural areas. This is done through educational and career events, publications and CSI Projects. Our mission is to empower our ‘future leaders’ in rural and township areas and to ensure equal access of information and resources. We connect young learners with educators, marketers, companies and mentors to create quality career and learning exposure.

For more information on how to be a part of this initiative, please contact:


Contact: Event Manager

Company Name: Careers For A Powerful You PTY LTD Location: Mmabatho Civic Centre

Date: 30 July 2015

Physical Address: James Moroka Drive, Mmabatho, 2735

Telephone: 010 590 5555/ 073 481 8510 Time: 08h00 to 15h00


Email Address:

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This Mandela Day, Saturday 18 July 2015, Heart FM DJ’s will give 67 minutes of their time to help the people of the Nomzamo Township near Strand, by painting their homes with fire retardant paint. Every year countless homes in informal settlements are destroyed by raging fires, often leading to the loss of life or severe injury

Heart FM

In honour of the late Nelson Mandela and to keep his legacy alive, Heart FM will join the Khusela Ikhaya project in partnership with Transception – a project implementation company aimed at spearheading social projects into the marketplace.


The specially formulated paint known as Khusela – which means in Xhosa – prevents the rapid spread of fire especially in more populated areas such as townships.  The paint not only slows down the spread of fires, but also allows more time for emergency services to respond and for neighbouring occupants of these dwellings more time to vacate their homes and escape injury.


Tranception hopes to paint a minimum of 67 dwellings in Nomzamo on the day.


Aden Thomas, Julian Naidoo, Suga, Meghan Hector and Jo-Dee Butler will give 67 minutes of their time to this worthy cause.


Should you want to be part of this initiative email

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On the 1st and 2nd August 2015, 1600 participants from all corners of South Africa as well as Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland will be gathering at the annual EDUCATION AFRICA INTERNATIONAL MARIMBA AND STEELPAN FESTIVAL which will take place at the beautiful St Benedict’s College, Harcus Road, Bedfordview, Guateng.

Over 250 performances featuring some of Africa’s top marimba and steelpan bands will be featured in non-stop competitions over the two days.  These competitions will be adjudicated by 6 top class experts in not only marimbas and steelpans but also in music and music education.



All these adjudicators will also be featured in our FRINGE EVENTS and will be giving lecture/demonstrations, performances, master classes and fun music activities for the whole family. Amongst our illustrious adjudicators are: ANDY NARELL, a patron of the festival, who hails from France and is one of the world’s top solo steelpan performers will be giving 2 solo performances. MARK STONE, who comes from the USA, an expert on world percussion will be conducting lecture/demonstrations on the DAGARA GYIL, the marimba of Ghana.  This is a must for anyone interested in African music.  South Africa’s multi-talented world-class songbird, SIBONGILE KHUMALO will be conducting 2 MASTER CLASSES in voice at the Festival.  This is a rare opportunity for all those singers out there to meet her and be heard by one of the greatest and most versatile talents South Africa has ever produced!  Who knows, your voice career could be launched at the Festival?


Another amazing artist to be featured at the festival will be DANNO PETERSEN, the 12 year-old “DRUMMER WUNDERKIND” from the Cape now living in Gauteng. Dynamic Danno is the youngest University student in Africa.  He is also theYOUNGEST WORLDWIDE YAMAHA ENDORSED DRUMMER for the past 8 years!  At the Festival he will be featured at the massed marimba and steelpan event as well as in a number of workshops and performances where adults and children alike can enjoy his performances and will also have the opportunity to ask him questions.  Danno is an inspiration to all who meet him!  This is definitely something not to be missed!


Also featured in our Fringe Events Programme are gumboot, Sotho, Tswana, Greek, Indian and Afrikaans dance workshops.  We also have graded djembe drumming and marimba workshops given by leading teachers from Gauteng. South Africa’s steelpan master: DAVE REYNOLDS will be giving walk-in steelpan classes and many other experts will be giving talks and workshops on subjects as diverse as boom whackers and games to play in the classroom.


Highlights at the MAIN FESTIVAL VENUE include: the massed marimba and steelpan event, the interactive djembe drumming event and of course the 250 marimba and steelpan competition performances!

There is something for everyone including a flea market with wonderful food and arts and crafts!

Ticket prices at the gate per day:
R30 for adults/R20 for children 6 years and older
Workshops an additional R30 p/workshop.
R60 per day for adults and children which includes ALL WORKSHOPS!
Full weekend pass may be pre-booked online:

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World stars to take over KZN at the MAMAs

Posted by radio On July - 15 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

KwaZulu-Natal Province is rolling out the red carpet for an influx of stars as MTV Base (DStv channel 322) announces the final performers for MAMA 2015.

MAMA 2015, sponsored by KwaZulu-Natal in association with Absolut Vodka and in partnership with The City of Durban, takes place on Saturday 18 July at the Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. For the first time ever, the live telecast will air simultaneously on MTV Base (DStv channel 322), MTV (DStv channel 130) and BET (DStv channel 129).

Nigerian superstars and MAMA “Evolution” Award nominees P-Square will be making a rare appearance in South Africa to perform at the show, while Flavour makes a welcome return to the region after his blistering live performance at the MTV Africa All Stars gig back in 2013. Seyi Shay, hotly tipped for Best Female, is making her first appearance in Durban after making a huge impact at the MAMA nominations event in Joburg in May and the recent Road to MAMA club event in Lagos, Nigeria.



P-Square, Flavour and Seyi Shay join a stellar performer line-up that includes 2Face, AKA, Big Nuz, Black Motion, Bucie, Cassper Nyovest, Da LES, Davido, Diamond Platnumz, DJ Fisherman, DJ Tira, Jhené Aiko, NaakMusiQ, NE-YO, Toofan, Wizkid, Yemi Alade and Young Thug. “Blackish” star Anthony Anderson is confirmed as host.
Among the many nominees from around the continent expected to attend the show are Anselmo Ralph, DJ Arafat, Chameleone, Dreamteam, HHP, Riky Rick, Samini, OC Ukeje, Bebe Cool, Mpumi, Jovi, Uhuru and Vanessa Mdee.



Other celebrities expected to sashay down the red carpet include comedian Trevor Gumbi, Nigerian OAP Toolz, MTV Shuga star and Mr Nigeria Emmanuel Ikbese, BET “Top Actor” winner Altovise Lawrence, Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie, “Personality of the Year” nominee Bonang Matheba, “Evolution” Award nominee HHP, Boity, Khuli Chana, Joselyn Dumas, Jessica Nkosi, actress Zikhona Sodlaka, and MTV Base VJs Sizwe, Nomuzi, Ehiz and Sandile.



Also involved in the build-up to the awards are Junior B and Touch of Soul, who will both be performing at the VIP cocktail on site at the ICC on awards night, while Uhuru, K.O., DJ Feel, Benny Maverick, Jnr De Rocka and King Sfiso will bring it at the official pre-party at Under the Moon in Inanda on Friday night.



The MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015 will broadcast live across Africa on MTV Base (DStv channel 322), MTV (DStv channel 130) and BET (DStv channel 129) on Saturday 18 July at 21:00 CAT. The show will also be transmitted worldwide on partner stations and content platforms including BET International from 18 July. In addition, a special MAMA-themed edition of MTV’s acclaimed World Stage franchise will air globally on MTV channels around the world on 27 August 2015.

DStv, Gagasi FM and Yfm are the official media partners of the MTV Africa Music Awards 2015 KwaZulu-Natal.

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MAMA 2015 is shaping up for an awesome night of live music as DJ Tira, DJ Fisherman, Big Nuz, Da Les & Naakmusiq join the glittering array of stars heading to the MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015 (MAMA).



MAMA 2015, sponsored by KwaZulu-Natal in association with Absolut Vodka and in partnership with The City of Durban, takes place on Saturday 18 July at the Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. For the first time ever, the live telecast will air simultaneously on MTV Base (DStv channel 322), MTV (DStv channel 130) and BET (DStv channel 129).

Former MAMA winners Big Nuz are in  the running for this year’s  Best Live act (first won by the group in Lagos in 2010), while Da LES is considered a serious contender for Best Collaboration, for “All Eyes On Me”, his collab with AKA, Burna Boy and JR.  Meanwhile, “Song of the Year” nominees DJ Fisherman, NaakMusiQ and DJ Tira are set to reunite in Durban to perform a blistering rendition of their hit track “Call Out”.

The artists join previously announced performers 2FACE, AKA, Black Motion, Bucie, Cassper Nyovest, Davido, Diamond Platnumz, Jhené Aiko, NE-YO, Toofan, Wizkid, Yemi Alade and Young Thug at the fifth edition of the MAMA.

The MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015 will broadcast live across Africa on MTV Base (DStv channel 322), MTV (DStv channel 130) and BET (DStv channel 129) on Saturday 18 July at 21:00 CAT. The show will also be transmitted worldwide on partner stations and content platforms including BET International from 18 July. In addition, a special MAMA-themed edition of MTV’s acclaimed World Stage franchise will air globally on MTV channels around the world on 27 August 2015.

DStv, Gagasi FM and Yfm are the official media partners of the MTV Africa Music Awards 2015 KwaZulu-Natal.

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