TV stars visit FS

2015-06-24 06:00
MDUDUZI MABASO, who plays Suffocate in Rhythm City, will be one of many e.tv celebrities coming to the Free State this weekend.  
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Sidwell Guduka

MDUDUZI MABASO, who plays Suffocate in Rhythm City, will be one of many e.tv celebrities coming to the Free State this weekend. Photo: Sidwell Guduka

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FOLLOWING the success of 12 countrywide tours, e.tv and OpenView HD are excited to bring the Kasi Tours back to Bloemfontein this weekend.

The vibrant City of Roses fans must prepare to spend time with their favourite stars from the dynamic e.tv family.

Nothing excites the Rhythm City, Scandal!, Ashes to Ashes, Z’bondiwe, Matatiele, Craz-e, Hush, Katch It With Khanyi and Club 808 personalities more than fun times spent with their fans across the country.

The tour kicks off early on Friday (26/06) with the Craz-e presenters visiting the Setjhaba Se Maketse Combined School in Botshabelo.

The school kids will be entertained by all the Craz-e presenters, who will also engage with them about issues such as drug abuse, teenage pregnancy and peer pressure.

There will be a huge Club 808 party from 14:00 to 17:00 with Boity and Cyprian on the Central University of Technology (CUT) campus on Friday.

This event is open to students of all universities with a valid student card.

Locals are in for a big treat on Saturday (27/06) when the e.tv crew will host a jam-packed family fun day at Botshabelo Park, next to the Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium, from 12:00 to 17:00, and e.tv personalities will pull out all the stops to keep them entertained.

“Entrance is free and the event is open to the whole community. Bring along your picnic basket and blanket,” says Monde Twala, managing director of e.tv Channels Division.

Acts such as Naak Musiq, Naycha, The Fratenity and DJ Bloc FT Dumi will be entertaining the crowd.

“As the e.tv family continues to grow with new shows and local talent, we never miss an opportunity to touch base with our viewers because they are the cornerstone of this station.

“The purpose of these tours is to thank the e.tv viewers for their continuous support, and to give them an opportunity to interact with their favourite on-air personalities,” says Twala.

Friday, 26 June

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Craz-e School Activation, Setjhaba Se Maketse Combined School. The event should only be attended by learners of this school. Craz-e presenters will entertain them.

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Club 808 University Activation, Central University of Technology from 14:00 until 17:00. Only students with valid student cards will be allowed to attend the event. Entrance is free. Boity Thulo and Cyprian Ndlovu will entertain the crowd.

Saturday, 27 June

) OpenView Activation, Botshabelo Taxi Rank from 09:00 until 17:00. Big prizes to be won (decoders and other prizes).

Celebrities attending (between 09:00 and 12:00) are Khanyi Mbau, Rifilwe and Zola from Hush and Craz-e Crew. The event is open to the public.

) e.tv Family Day, Botshabelo Park. Gates open at 10:00 and the show starts at 12:00. It runs until 17:00. No entrance fee is required. Open to the public, but no alcohol is allowed.

List of celebrities attending:

) Rhythm City: Mpho Molepo (Fats), Mduduzi Mabaso (Suffocate), Tebogo Khalo (Puleng).

) Scandal!: Brighton Ngoma (Quinton), Marjorie Langa (Gloria), Mbulelo Ndlazilwana (Scelo).

) Ashes 2 Ashes: Nyaniso Dzedze (Tsietsi), Zenande Mfenyana (Reba), Z’bondiwe Eve Rasimeni (Diki), Anga Makubalo (Ntando).

) Matatiele: Solomon Sebothoma (Lefa), Thobani Mseleni (Bhonyongo).

) Craz-e: Chanley Wong, Ntokozo Molefe, Evan Creamer, Mpho Sebeng, Walterique Sandows, Nkanyiso Makhanya, Ntando Duma, Karabo Maseko.

) Hush: Zola Hashatsi, Refilwe Modiselle

) Katch It With Khanyi: Khanyi Mbau

) Club 808: Boity Thulo, Cyprian Ndlovu

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