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ISHISELO INAMANDLA CROSSOVER 2ND EDITION ON DEC 31

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MBABANE – The Mega Crossover themed ‘Ishiselo Inamandla’ is a 24-hour musical outdoor event to be held at the King Sobhuza II Memorial Stadium on December 31.

This second edition of the crossover is organised by Arts and Events creatives led by Menziwokuhle Mtsetfwa under MSD Events collaboration. During this event, fun lovers will enjoy a full musical experience to be captained by earmarked local musicians such as Sands, Ayanda Ntanzi, Shiba and The Travellers, DJ MBO, Ntondozi Gospel Group, Matamza, Andile ka-Majola, Umfana Webhejisa, Young Zesh and many more.

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When reached for comment, one of the orgnisers, Menziwokuhle Mthethwa said: “MSD Events and Shiselweni Mega Crossover team will engage in an outreach campaign that is aimed at helping the disadvantaged Shiselweni communities. “Part of our event proceeds will go towards these initiatives by our partners for deserving people of Shiselweni.” Mthethwa further revealed that they aimed to unite the people of Shiselweni annually and unearth hidden talent in the region.

“While the crossover team identifies and select top performing acts for the big stage, talented artisans and entertainers from the host region will be awarded a chance to be nominated, voted for, qualifying them to be part of the crossover entertainment line-up. The talent search competition comes in with lucrative prizes for the actual winners in cash and other prizes.

A premiere prize presentation will happen in the course of the event which shall see event guests, partners and sponsors crown the top three competition winners,” Mthethwa added.The Shiselweni Mega Crossover is set to commence with activities including a mega shisanyama, talent search competition, brand exhibitions, mega children’s’s games and motivational speeches to empower fun lovers.

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