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Listeners’ votes count in MTN Radio Awards

Posted by radio On February - 21 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

Radio listeners are once again invited to vote for their favourite radio station in the MTN Radio Awards, the only awards programme in South Africa which promotes and recognises excellence in radio.

 

Votes for the My Station Awards are now open, giving listeners the opportunity to make their voices heard in the annual event. Recognition is given to two radio stations, one for the most listener votes, and another for the most number of votes as a ratio against their RAMS audience numbers. Ukhozi FM (highest RAMS audience) and Radio Islam (most listener votes) were the most popular stations among listeners at last year’s awards.

 

Each radio station participates in the My Station Awards voluntarily and listeners vote by sending their station’s code via SMS to 40616 (Standard SMS rates apply). One lucky voter stands a chance to win an amazing prize which includes two tickets to the MTN Radio Awards banquet, a smartphone, R500 worth of MTN airtime, and an all-expenses paid trip for two to the 19th MTN SAMA Awards in May.

 

“We introduced the My Station Awards category in 2012 as there was an astounding demand for audience participation in the awards programme. And it ran exceptionally well last year,” says Lance Rothschild, MTN Radio Awards CEO.

 

Audience voting in the My Station Awards closes at midnight on Friday 15 March. The codes for the various stations are found on this link below:http://www.mtnradioawards.co.za/mtn_newsarticle16.html

 

Source: MTN Radio Awards

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CNBC Africa to broadcast the budget speech live

Posted by radio On February - 21 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

[Issued By: CNBC Africa]

CNBC AFRICA, Africa’s largest business television news channel, will be the only business channel to broadcast LIVE breaking developments throughout Budget Day on Wednesday, 27 February.

The channel will cross live to the budget speech by South African Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, while senior anchor Alishia Seckam will come out of lock-up with many of the country’s top financial commentators and experts, ready to analyse the minister’s speech as he makes it.

 

“Budget day is one of the most important events on our financial calendar and at CNBC Africa we pull out all stops to provide our viewers with the highest standard of analysis and understanding of the issues stemming from the minister’s presentation, from revenue proposals to social spending plans,” said Godfrey Mutizwa, CNBC Africa’s Chief Editor.   

 

A number of high powered panels will contextualise the details and ramifications of this year’s budget at the CNBC Africa Johannesburg studios. CNBC Africa, by virtue of its markets-coverage leadership position in the market, has been able to secure all the top analysts, commentators, economists and opinion leaders for live debates throughout the day and evening.

Join CNBC Africa in our ‘Pointers for Pravin twitter campaign’; post your tweets, telling us what you would like to hear from the Finance Minister at the upcoming Budget Day speech, maybe you would like a larger amount allocated to education? Or sin taxes to be dropped?  The tweets will be streamed on air throughout Budget Day on 27 February.

 

Don’t miss the South African Budget Day, with coverage starting from 1pm on Wednesday, 27 February continuing live until 9pm.

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Colour the course with the Algoa FM charity golf day

Posted by radio On February - 21 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

[Issued by: Algoa FM]

An education-focussed organisation has been selected by Algoa FM as the beneficiary of the annual Algoa FM Summer Charity Golf day, which will be taking place on Thursday, March 7 at the Humewood golf club in Port Elizabeth.
Funds raised by the charity event will go towards building a centre for those involved in early childhood education in the Gqebera (Walmer) township run by KICK.
EARLY INSPIRATION runs a training programme for under-equipped teachers, and is currently busy training the teachers in at least 30 poorly resourced early childhood education facilities in the township.

It is estimated that around 40 per cent of young children in South Africa have not mastered the foundational concepts of learning required before going to school, according to KICK president Ryan Hutton. KICK’s chief executive officer Lauren Stretch, says “the conditions staff face daily in the centres is frightening – teachers work from unsafe, under-resourced structures which are often a health hazard.
“In most cases children are receiving only one meal a day, which is provided by the ECD Centre. Most teachers have 40 children in their care and not only need to teach these children foundational concepts of cognitive development, but also provide love, compassion, nutrition, support, discipline, structure and care for these children.
“KICK would like to provide schools with a safe, secure, well-resourced facility to enable only the best teaching for these young children”.

The Algoa FM Summer Charity Golf Day is being taken to a “new level,” in order to raise as much as possible for this worthy cause says managing director Dave Tiltmann.
The format will be a “fourball betterball,” and Algoa FM will be giving away R15 000 airtime to the corporate team that goes the extra mile at their sponsored tee or green, according to Tiltmann.

Fourball bookings for the corporate day are initially allocated to companies which sponsor tees/ greens or specified areas. Thereafter, fourballs are allocated according to the value of prizes or prize money or donations. “This is both a worthy cause and an investment in the future of the youth and business in Nelson Mandela Bay,” says Tiltmann.

 

To take part in the Algoa FM charity golf day visit their web site www.algoafm.co.za, fill out the form and send your confirmation through before Friday, February 22.

 

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MTN Radio Awards entries have closed, and it is now up to the Adjudication Panel to review and score the submissions. The 2013 edition of the awards has seen a significant increase in the number of entries submitted for the various categories. “With the growth in interest in the MTN Radio Awards, we have substantially overshot our objective of attracting 1 000 entries,” says Lance Rothschild, CEO of the MTN Radio Awards. “However more important than the number of entries is the fact that there was a 33% increase in the number of stations that submitted entries, taking the number of stations eligible for an award up to 68,” adds Rothschild.

 

Submissions will now be sent to the adjudicators to review them over the next four weeks. The panel includes a broad cross section of people with substantial radio experience, and a passion for- and innate knowledge of- radio. “In response to our call for recommendations for adjudicators, we received a substantial amount of input from within the industry and even members of the public. I believe we have a well-balanced panel, and I am keenly looking forward to see results of their deliberations over the coming weeks,” says Rothschild.

 

Adjudication tasks have been allocated to each individual panellist, with painstaking care taken to ensure there are no conflicts of interest. That means certain adjudicators from within the radio industry will not review entries in categories within which they operate. In addition, if there is possible conflict of interest with any adjudicator and a particular entry, the adjudicator does not score that entry. As all scores are averaged, no entry will be prejudiced.

Members of the adjudication panel for the 2013 MTN Radio Awards are as follows:
Alan Khan Former Station Manager – Jacaranda 94.2
Amore Truter MTN Radio Awards Bright Star 2012 and Station Manager PUKfm
Andy Rice Advertising and Marketing Expert
Charlene Deacon Former Station Manager – Kaya FM
Cindy Diamond Sales Manager – MediaMark
David Mashabela Presenter, Producer
Deon Maas Author, Documentary Film Maker and TV and Radio Producer
Dmitri Jegels On-air personality, media academic
Doc Fick Head of Radio – NEMISA
Ed Jordan MTN SAMA Award-winner, Producer and Presenter
Gavin Meiring Former Station Manager – Heart 104.9
Greg Maloka Station Manager – Kaya FM
Ismail Variava Head of News and PRO – Radio Islam
Jackie Phaka Veteran Broadcaster and Education Policy Consultant
James Seerane Treasurer of National Community Radio Forum
Jayne Morgan Former BBC and SAfm Radio Producer
Jeremy Maggs Co-founder of MTN Radio Awards and veteran Radio and TV broadcaster
John Walls Co-founder Ultimate Media – a specialist Radio Agency
Kate Turkington Broadcaster and Media Training consultant
Koos Radebe Founding Station Manager – Metro FM and veteran broadcaster
Lance Rothschild CEO MTN Radio Awards and former Station Manager 5FM
Matonya Sakupwunya General Manager – Radio Advertising Bureau South Africa
Musa Kalenga Head of Group Digital Marketing – Nedbank
Nomahlubi Simamane Founder of Zanusi Brand Solutions
Patrick Bogatsu Operations Manager at Gagasi 99.5FM
Rich Mkhondo Chairman MTN Radio Awards
Rob Haynes Media Director – Ogilvy Africa
Selwyn Bartlett Former Operations Manager – Heart 104.9 FM
Tim Modise Veteran broadcaster
Tim Zunkel MTN Radio Awards Bright Star 2012 and Programme Manager – 5FM
Tinyiko Maluleke Veteran broadcaster and media academic
Tony Lankester CEO – National Arts Festival
Treasure Tshabalala Veteran broadcaster
Zaid Bhoola MTN Radio Awards Bright Star 2012 and Presenter – Lotus FM
Zandile Nzalo Former presenter and producer for several radio and television stations

 

“There is a broad range of expertise across this entire adjudication panel,” says Rich Mkhondo, Chairman of the MTN Radio Awards. “We have assembled some young enthusiasts as well as established veterans on this panel, and we are confident that the results of their efforts will be interesting and insightful.”

 

Finalists for the MTN Radio Awards will be announced on the 25th of March 2013, and the winners will be announced at the Gala Awards Banquet at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday 13 April. For tickets to the event, contact Taryn Westoby on 011 803 2040 or taryn@mtnradioawards.com or visit www.mtnradioawards.com

 

 

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JOYOUS CELEBRATION REACHES FOR NEW FRONTIERS

Posted by radio On December - 14 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

picture taken from showbizxklusivs.blogspot.com

[By Boitumelo Mmakou]

Christmas is almost upon us and so is the much awaited Joyous Celebration 17th Musical Miracle in partnership with MTN. It is a magical show happening this Saturday, 15th December 2012, showcasing more than just an ordinary talented South African choir, it will be a full concert, one which has been crafted through hard work and dedication to make it the success that it is needs to be.

 For the Joyous Celebration team and fans this concert will be a reminder as to why Joyous Celebration simply is joyous, it will be a reminder of a dream between three friends, Jabu Hlongwane, Lindelani Mkhize and Mthunzi Namba from Kwa-Zulu Natal, and the evolution of how Joyous Celebration  evolved into a remarkably large brand. The choir has carved an identifiable footprint in South African history; it was established in 1994 when Nelson Mandela became the first president of a democratic South Africa. “The initial purpose was to celebrate the peaceful voting process through music” Goodman Hlongwane of Joyous Celebration states. Joyous Celebration simply fit in with the celebrations of a new South Africa through linking their musical talents with the significance of that year by hosting their very first Joyous Celebration show. Joyous Celebration has over the years, produced over the top performances in all their concerts and the 17th Live Music Miracle will do nothing short of exceeding the standards the choir has become renowned for.

 Performing is not only about blending melody with voices, but about pleasing the crowd, this is what makes Joyous Celebration stand out from the many other gospel choirs that one would ever see perform live on stage.  Their angelic voices, punctual and lively band team up to create an electrifying artistic presentation of what gospel music should sound like. According to Goodman Hlongwane, “No matter who you are you will be impacted by the presentation of music that is always fresh and professionally done.” The choir has been promoting their new album ‘Joyous Rewind’, an album set to please old and new fans as well as share some old time gospel favourites.

Joyous Celebration 17 will not only be a follow up on their CD and DVD collections but it will showcase a sound much more mature when compared to their previous offerings. A must see is the new technology and upgraded sound system that will redefine the extraordinary  style of performance that Joyous Celebration is known for.

The highlight of 2012 for most gospel music lovers this festive season will be the biggest presentation of quality music by Joyous Celebration, taking place at Rhema Ministries in Randburg. Tickets for the show are priced between R150 and R300 and can be booked via Computicket or Shoprite Checkers stores.

 It’s not certain what heights await Joyous Celebration, but there is a certainty that they want to be the best where ever they go, and in all they do.

 

 

 

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[By Chloe Smith]

When invited to the launch of a gospel choir, I had my misgivings. Though the invitation said that the choir was young and interested in combining traditional gospel with their newer, younger musical tastes, I was still unconvinced. Only to be very pleasantly surprised by Gospel Goes Beyond.

 Unlike any other launch, this one began early, with complimentary non-alcoholic drinks for the attendees (there was a bar available for those who so wished). Located in the Yamaha Theatre, the gathering was small with a rare sense of community among the guests. Though the surroundings were glamorous, the local celebrities were real and engaging.

 The choir itself is made up of fourteen young singers from all over South Africa and their gospel rendition of Eminem’s Lose Yourself certainly points toward their desire to give gospel a fresher sound. Despite this, they held true to the idea of a gospel choir. Their timing was impeccable and their harmonies well-placed and rehearsed, combining to deliver a spectacular choral performance.

Many of their songs incorporated interesting rhythms, using vocals to dictate the beat and the flow of songs instead of relying on traditional percussions. This technical proficiency can be directly attributed to Nqobile Sibeko of Joyous Celebration, who also wrote, composed and produced all songs on the upcoming album. The band was made up of a keyboard, a set of drums, a bass, two bongo drums and an electric guitar. Their original songs have a distinctly funk feeling to them, encouraging members of the audience to get up and dance (which they did, co-ordinating a “bus” and bringing the party to the front of the stage).

 In the first half of the launch, Reggie Hufkie included religious rap in each song. The ladies of the choir were all clad in stylish purple numbers, as a professional choir would be, swaying and snapping in unison. The sheer togetherness of their performance was impressive.

The choir was joined by Kay-Leigh O’Donovan, Omen and Howza of Peanut Gallery, covering 4 Non Blondes’ What’s Up? O’Donovan’s vocals were powerful and Peanut Gallery certainly raised the roof.

Ernie Smith, a two-time SAMA winner and four-time KORA nominee, was the highlighted guest star of the launch. With guitar that made you want to cry and dance at the same time, an impossibly funky style and a voice made of gold, we were all sold. When joined on stage once more by GGB, we were sold again by their beautiful rendition of Love Don’t Hurt Me, easing into an acappella chorus near the end of the song that moved every person present. 

The rest of the launch was comprised of one or two choir members leading individual songs, belting out catchy tunes in powerful voices. The choir worked hard to present a united front by giving each member an equal opportunity to shine in their own right, while not specifically promoting one member above another.

Fezi Hlatshwayo, founder of Gospel Goes Beyond, ended of the launch with a speech. “Should I speak as a man of God or a businessman? This time next year, at five past nine, GGB will not look the same, they won’t sound the same and they won’t just be playing at the Yamaha theatre but bigger things. I have a feeling in my heart. That’s me speaking as a man of God.” He called on all present businessmen to support these talented young people and promised special rates for all present between January and April. He challenged all media to put GGB on high rotation. “Let’s get these guys rolling.”

Their full-length album will be available next year, with tracks like “Nkosi Impilo Yami”, “I’m Free” and “Down on My Knees”. I strongly recommend you keep an eye out for these talented young musicians and their project to give gospel in South Africa a new face.

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 [By Chloe Smith] 

8ta surprised Brickfields Festival fans by hosting not one but two Brickfields Music Festivals this year. Describing itself as a “burgeoning inner city soirée”.Brickfields Music Festival provides music-loving South Africans with a line-up rivalling that of established local music festivals, showcasing the best local talent from all over the country in a one-day, four-stage event.

 After its inception in November 2011, the festival has only gained followers. The music manages to speak to more than one market in South Africa while maintaining an overall ‘essence’ that makes the young people go crazy. The four-stages scheme allows multiple artists to be showcased, with each stage being dedicated to providing a certain type of music. The Live Stage features all live bands while the TOY TOY, Carfax and Mielie Beat Bar stages offer performances from loved local DJs. This scheme manages to cater to the few who like only one type of music as well as the many who want to experience a real variety, available throughout the festival by just walking from one stage to the next.

 Capitalising on the Newtown movement that is spreading across Johannesburg, the venue is as interesting as the line-up. The entrance is situated in a large alleyway, giving the Brickfields name a tangible appearance with contemporary-grunge décor and buildings. Though the festival is held in Johannesburg inner-city, the Brickfields team went to lengths to give the festival that out-of-town feeling, with the bar area resting on fake green grass (a pleasant contrast to the rainy weather) and plastic-covered hay bales providing comfortable seating.

With a break in the gloomy clouds, the Live Stage opened up the day’s festivities with a performance from Soweto-based band BCUC (Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness). They describe their sound as “indigenous funky soul”, drawing from tribal instrumentation and beats to accent their portrayal of modern South Africa as a country “rich in tradition, rituals and beliefs.” Frontman Jovi’s performance could be called nothing short of colourful. Vibrating with passion, he careened around stage, transferring his love and enthusiasm for their music to the audience. Kgomotso added her incredible vocals to the set, injecting the music with a soulful feeling. The drums, the whistles, the tambourines and the slow blues guitar all came together in a unique, inspiringly cultural relationship that brought to mind memories of dark skies, fires and a time when music was a story.

Kgomotso from BCUC

 Shortstraw brought the indie to Brickfields. Their sound was unique, contagious and made you want to get your feet moving. The catchy pop influences on their music didn’t add up to a generic sound, combining with their folk-indie instrumentals and their enthusiastic performance to create a happy-go-lucky atmosphere. With songs that spoke to the audience’s every day experience, Shortstraw certainly made an impressive Brickfields debut.

Shadowclub, one of the main attractions, surprised the crowd by announcing that they would be playing a few songs from their upcoming album, due next year. The Shadowclub sound combines rock and jazz, with emotional vocals from frontman Jacques and challenging guitar riffs. The band drew in a dancing, jiving crowd with their 6pm slot, setting the tone for the night with music that is impossible to resist. MC Jon Savage introduced the band alternatively as “Jacques And The Pants”, taking his inspiration from Jacques’ optical black-and-white leggings, covered in palm trees.Jon Savage then took the stage with Tumi and his band Yesterday’s Pupil. Tumi’s vocals were more moving than most, communicating passions and pains from deep within. Standing on stage playing her bass, Tumi managed to enchant. Yesterday’s Pupil added their alternative rock sounds to her R&B lyrics and came out with a riveting combination that was both light-hearted and meaningful.

 

Unfortunately, due to the rain, the Live Stage was completely shut down for the rest of the night. Cape Town’s Machineri and Spoek Mathambo played intimate sets in the 8ta VIP lounge, located next to the main bar area. Other main acts Van Coke Kartel and Beast were cancelled, due to risks from the wet equipment.

 The TOY TOY stage, on the other hand, saw most of the rest of action. Felix Laband played to hoards of devoted fans, yet again sealing his status as one of the best local DJs. Other anticipated acts filled up the late hours, seeing performances from Craig Massive, Chinxxx and Monique Pascal of Pascal and Pearce.

As a whole, the festival was an enormous success. We hope to see an even better line-up next year with fewer weather interruptions. The 3rd Brickfields Music Festival has certainly convinced me to become a staple fan.

 

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GAGASI FM CELEBRATES ITS SPONSORS AND STAKEHOLDERS

Posted by radio On November - 23 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS
 [By Kgomotso Moncho]
Chairman of Gagasi FM board,Peter-Paul Ngwenya

“It is important to celebrate success so you can assess how you can do better the next time,” said the MEC of Economic Development and Tourism, Mr Mike Mabuyakhulu, guest speaker at the Gagasi FM annual gala dinner held recently to thank the station’s sponsors and stakeholders for another year of hard work. It was a stylish occasion held at the chic Docklands Hotel in Durban and the quality of the event was perhaps a reflection on the quality of radio station Gagasi FM is.

In its six years of existence, Gagasi is now the second biggest regional station in the country, after Jacaranda, with a listenership of 1.78 million. It’s an urban contemporary youth station targeting those between 16 and 34. It competes with national radio stations but it is able to be on the ground as a regional station. It prides itself on “Putting KZN First,” – and that’s the slogan of their news department.

 KZN is said to be rich and leading when it comes to news production and Gagasi maintains this by sourcing its journalists from KZN academic institutions. They cover national and regional stories and the objective is for the newsroom to soon dominate the digital space with the help of social media. The news team seemed excited at the prospect of covering the Mangaung Conference live for the station.   One of the nuances that make Gagasi FM stand out is that it broadcasts in Isizulu and English, even their bulletins are bilingual. “This is how young people of KZN communicate,” Programmes Manager, Vukile Zondi pointed out.

Alex Mthiyane,Vukile Zondi, Peter Paul Ngwenya, Chris Meyiwa

The station’s top advertisers are blue chip clients and it has maintained a good relationship with provincial government. MEC’s like Mr Mike Mabuyakhulu use Gagasi FM to engage the public on their programmes. Mabuyakhulu highlighted how KZN is becoming the province of major events with the 5thBRICS Summit being held in Durban in 2013, for example. He believes Gagasi plays its role by being the messenger and contributing to citizenship.Other distinguished sponsors included the Moses Kotane Institute – a maths and science technology and engineering academy which targets poor and disadvantaged out of school youth and works with the ethos of Ubuntu.

 Reflecting on 2012, Managing Director of Gagasi FM admitted it was a challenging and turbulent year. “This year saw government cutting down on advertising in the media and we felt the pinch. We are a regional radio station running on six transmitters when our competitors have 18. The only area we don’t reach in KZN is New Castle and we have applied for additional footprint. We are hoping to increase to eight,” he said.     

Meyiwa believes in the potential of the station and the main drive is audience growth. He trusts they can reach 2.3 million listeners. The vision is to become the station of choice to the listener, customer and employees.

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 [By Kgomotso Moncho]

The SABC Crown Gospel Music Awards took place on the 18 of November at the Durban ICC honouring some of the best artists in gospel music. This annual event takes place in Durban and this year it celebrated “5 Years of grace.”Gospel is a top selling genre in South Africa and these Awards are an attraction in the country’s musical calendar. The Crown Gospel Music Awards have become one of KZN’s flagship events, hosted by the KZN government. They have become so big in their five years of existence that even President Jacob Zuma has become a regular guest. He was absent this time around, but was represented by two of the first ladies. 

Rebecca Malope was the recipient of the Best Gospel TV Show award.

  If you are of the thought that Gospel is a somber and conservative genre, the SABC Crown Gospel Music Awards dispelled this with raucous and explosive performances from the likes of gospel queen, Rebecca Malope and fellow artist from Nigeria, James Okon. Of all the music awards ceremonies in the country, these ones are probably the most collaborative, where the audience is very much part of the show, joining in with every hymn or chorus. And things can get unpredictably joyous. When First lady, Ma Ntuli came on to present an award, the crowd broke out singing ‘Umshini Wam’ for instance.

Reality 7 recipient of the Best Acapella award.

Ntokozo Mbambo and Hlengiwe Mhlaba. Ntokozo won the awards for Best Female and Best Gospel Artist

The role of radio and especially community radio in promoting gospel music was honoured with the Best Gospel Community Radio Show awarded to Thetha FM’s Gospel Tunes and Best Gospel Radio Show awarded to Ligwagwala FM’s Siyadumisa show. Rebecca Malope’s It’s Gospel Time took the award for Best Gospel TV Show.

 The SABC Crown Gospel Music Awards have grown so much so that new categories were added on this year. These include Best Gospel Poetry and Best Gospel Rap taken by Vusumuzi Phakathi and Thabang Byl (of Last Days Fam) respectively, who are forces within their individual and overlapping fields. Adding on to this brand, the founder of this event, Zanele Mbokazi announced that the International Gospel Music Blestival (word play on blessing and festival) would be happening in Durban on December 31 featuring one international act and many of SA’s cream of the Gospel crop. “It’s a date,” she said.

 

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METRO FM AWARDS NOMINATION LAUNCH DATE ANNOUNCED

Posted by radio On November - 16 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

Last month, METRO FM shocked the nation when it announced that the date for this annual spectacle had been moved to next year. At a press conference, spokesperson for the SABC Kaizer Kganyago said the awards were undergoing a major makeover. In a recent statement, the station has announced that it will be launching nominations for the awards from the 22nd of November extending its submission period to record companies.

The 12th year anniversary of the Metro FM awards is set to be a spectacle; the station has some surprises in store for listeners. The road to the Metro FM awards will be kicking off with a launch for the new destination and a top 5 announcement party and listeners stand a chance to win tickets to these events. Last year the awards were held at Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit and were hosted by Tbo Touch and Zizo Bedo. Some of the big winners at the awards included Zahara, AKA and Big Nuz who also entertained audiences with their popular hit songs. It is yet to be seen if the Metros will live up to the standards they have set in the last 11 years.

Issued by Metro FM

 

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