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SOUL BROTHERS FOR BIGGEST BRAAI 2018

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MANZINI – South African legendary group, Soul Brothers, has been unveiled as headliners for this year’s Eswatini Biggest Braai.


The hugely anticipated event is set to take place at the Mavuso Sports, Trade and Exhibition Centre on July 22, 2018.
Being a Swati event, Philani Maswati Charity Organisation as hosts, has taken a huge step in supporting local talent as the South African giants will go head to head with a strong local line-up which covers almost all genres.


They will be the only international act on the day.
This line-up will be a combination of live performances by gospel artists including crowd puller Mduduzi Nezinceku Zamagawugawu, Shongwe and Khuphuka, Bishop Gcina Masuku, Police Gospel Messengers and Phathwakahle.There will also be a performance by Mimzkhulu -a young talented upcoming hip hop artist.


Meanwhile, the list of DJs for the day will have the country’s finest in DJs MBO, Lolo, Master P, Extra Luv and Khwanny.


Nominated


There will also be performances by the Swaziland Artist Music Association (SWAMA) and all the artists who have been nominated for the SWAMA’s annual awards set to take place late this year.
Philani Maswati Chairman Lutfo Dlamini, confirmed the list of entertainers.


In essence, he pointed out that since the event will be held on a Sunday, there will be an afternoon spin and drift session which comes courtesy of Philani Maswati’s partnership with Team Brema.


Participation


“Soul Brothers will make history for its fans on the day of the event through two slot performances and their participation fee has been paid by a Swati fan, who preferred to remain annonymous.”
Furthermore, the former minister stressed that this event will be  more like a family fun day, hence families are urged to bring their children.

 

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