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Msukaligwa Arts and Culture Forum festival delights at Civic Centre

Various performing art groups brought their A game as they performed acts ranging from poetry, a capella, drama, comedy and dance.

The Msukaligwa Arts and Culture Forum Festival took place at the Civic Centre on Saturday to the enjoyment of the crowd present.

Saturday’s event was a culmination of the auditions held throughout Msukaligwa.

Various performing art groups brought their A game as they performed acts ranging from poetry, a capella, drama, comedy and dance.

The Forum identifies and develops talent around Msukaligwa, as well as giving them a platform to showcase their art.

Participants also have a chance to be included in the Forum’s database so they can be considered for events around the district.

Winners walked away off statuettes and prize money.

The winners are as follows: Poetry – Soul the Poet (Ermelo), Gospel – Rebirth (Breyten), Zion a capella – iThemba Lokuphila (Breyten), a capella -Monalisa (Ermelo), drama _ #B.O.C (Ermelo), comedy – Unbelievable (Ermelo), contemporary dance – Special Stars (Sheepmoor), Swati dance – Imbali yamaSwati (Sheepmoor), amatshitshi – Izintombi Zotalagu (Lothair), shemeni – Abafana Bama Ben 10 (Davel), isichathamiya – Izinsizwa Zomlayezo (Sheepmoor), Tswana dance – Home of Nation (Sheepmoor), panstula dance – Nomfundo (Ermelo), kwaito music – Bongani (Davel), afropop – C.A.T (Breyten), House music – Popcorn (Ermelo), maskandi – Abafana Bakavelemuva (Sheepmoor) and hip hop music – Dope Town (Ermelo).

Amaqola amnyama from Sheepmoor in action at the festival.

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