SAPS KZN choir hits right notes

2015-09-24 06:00
PHOTO: supplied

The SAPS KZN choir were declared overall winners at the national championships in KwaMashu on Sunday.

PHOTO: supplied The SAPS KZN choir were declared overall winners at the national championships in KwaMashu on Sunday.

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THE SAPS KZN choir earned first position in the KZN Music National Championships in Durban in KwaMashu on Sunday.

The KZN choir was formed 23 years ago and since then has performed in a number of national championships, said Plessislaer Cluster Corporate Communication Officer, Musa Ntombela­.

“The choir left Durban on 14 September for the Eastern Cape. The official opening started on 17 September at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. The competition started on 18 September, running until 20 September. The KZN choir attained first position with 235 points, Head Office took second position with 234 points and Eastern Cape came in third with 229 points,” said Ntombela.

“The SAPS offices would like to thank the SAPS management, commanders and components heads for supporting this event,” said Ntombela.

“We are grateful for the moral support, helping with logistic needs and by allowing members of the SAPS to participate in this event. The office sends words of thanks to all the choristers, KZN local organising committee sponsors and everybody who supported this choir throughout the entire preparation until the end of the competition.” - Supplied.

Other resultsBallroom dance:

•position 1 North West

•position 2 KZN

•position 3 Orange Free State

Indigenous:

•position 1 North West Province

•position 2 Eastern Cape

•position 3 Northern Cape

Vernacular piece:

•position 1 KZN

•position 2 Orange Free State

•position 3 Head Office

Own-choice piece:

•position 1, Mpumalanga

•position 2 Head Office

•position 3 Eastern Cape

Western piece:

•position 1 Eastern Cape

•position 2 KZN

•position 3 Gauteng

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