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MBABANE – Do you have what it takes?

Spur Steak Ranches is calling for talented emaSwati between the ages of six and 13 years. The singing competition is bound to take place in all three outlets countrywide and will start on September 25, 2019 until November 6 at Sheba’s Rock Spur. The first round of the competition will take place next Wednesday and Thursday at Sheba’s Rock Spur Steak Ranches in Ezulwini.  The marketing manager for Spur Eswatini, Bheki Kunene said they would be conducting the competition from a selection of 40 children from selected schools around Mbabane Ezulwini, and Manzini.


Kunene said the first rounds leading to the final of the competition will be done in two days for each town where the first 20 candidates will be auditioned in each day to get a final top three that will participate in the finals. Winners for the top three will be announced on each day of  the event. Following Ezulwini will be the Mdzimba Rock Spur in Manzini on October 9 and 10 then lastly Sibebe Rock Spur in Mbabane on October 15 to 16. All the competitions will occur in a similar fashion and will start at 6:30 pm to 8:00pm every week. Kunene told the Entertainment Desk that the top three would get prizes which include food vouchers of up to E300 and a certificate of participation. The final round will have 18 finalists that will be picked from the weekly auditions and will see the winner walking away with a E30 000 grand prize which will be divided as E20 000 for the winner and a further E10 000 for the winner’s school.


The winner is also going to have Eswatini’s finest and award winning songstress Symphony mentoring them and proving singing lessons. He said as Spur they would be embarking on the journey of distributing entry forms in schools and would appreciate the school authorities providing them with capable finalists of at least five in each school. 

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