Maskandi royalty goes after the KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards organisers

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Khuzani Mpungose's winnings came to a whooping R600 000 cash prize, which was meant to be paid into his bank account by the award organisers by no later than March 31 2020. Photo: Khuzani Mpungose/Facebook
Khuzani Mpungose's winnings came to a whooping R600 000 cash prize, which was meant to be paid into his bank account by the award organisers by no later than March 31 2020. Photo: Khuzani Mpungose/Facebook

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Maskandi music royalty Khuzani Mpungose is taking the organisers of the KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards (KZNEA) to the cleaners for allegedly failing to pay him more than R500 000.

Mpungose walked away as the biggest winner at the inaugural KZNEA show, which was held at the Durban International Convention Centre in December 2020.

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