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Metro FM Awards seek black carpet presenter

3 Feb 2014 08:19
The 13th Metro FM Awards require a co-presenter for the black carpet affair being held in KwaZulu-Natal.
Metro FM Awards seek black carpet presenter
The regional talent search opens today for musically knowledgeable presenters, aged 18-26, who have what it takes to present live on TV with Lunga Shabalala and Zizo Beda.

"SABC1 is constantly looking for innovative ways to engage our viewers and, with the KwaZulu-Natal province hosting us for the awards, we thought it would be great to showcase the wealth of talent in the province. This search is the first of its kind and will translate into compelling reality entertainment within the Metro FM Music Award offering," remarks Dichaba Phalatse, SABC1 portfolio marketing manager: entertainment.

Interested entrants should log onto the Selimathunzi website at www.seli.co.za or www.facebook.com/selimathunzi. Entries close Monday 10 February 2014 and successful candidates qualifying for the next round of the presenter search will be notified via SMS on Thursday 13 February.
    
 
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