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MBABANE – Amanda Du Pont just knows how to throw a party!

The Swazi born yet South African based actress, presenter and model just proved why she is going up the entertainment ladder in South Africa. She did an outstanding homecoming gesture at the KaGogo Crossover Party which was at Tum’s Water World Hotel where she was a host. Boosting her renditions was local socialite and TV personality, Themba ‘Mthimbawawa’ Xaba and they were an A-team as hosts and MCs of the show. Not only were they calling up acts but they were the acts themselves as they danced for the crowd many times. Also, Du Pont showed her humble side by engaging with the fans; talking to them, making sure they were catered for and even taking many pictures with them with a genuine smile and enthusiasm each time.

At 12 midnight, the MCs did an outstanding countdown, as they popped champagne and danced to ‘Omunye’, a hit track by Distruction Boyz which was the crossover song at the KaGogo Crossover Party. About 500 fun lovers attended the show which was organised by Toxik Entertainment and they screamed and danced with joy with each rendition that was made. Performances of the day did not disappoint; both locals and internationals. Home Boyz, a three member hip hop group made the crowd dance just after the countdown to the New Year was made. South Africa’s TLT were the first international group to perform at around 2.30am, they brought their swag game with them and proved why they were recruited by Kwesta. Their performance caused many to flock  to the dance  floor . Buffalo Souljah on the other hand, proved why his face is always on Trace Africa and Channel O. His performance mainly composed of reggae and dancehall music. He mainly performed Bob Marley’s songs which brought emotion to many.

Toxik Entertainment’s Kim Du Pont stated that she was happy with how the show turned out. “I believe that people could have come in numbers but this is the first KaGogo show and I believe it will get better and bigger with time. I should confess though that the performances were out of this world and we are proud that we delivered what we promised to people,” she said.

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