- The South African Music Awards (SAMAs) are coming with a new formula which promises to keep viewers glued to their screens
- The prestigious awards show will be broadcast of Mzansi Magic over several nights this year
- Although Bob Mabena and Melanie Bala hosted the awards last year, this year's hosts are yet to be announced
The South African Music Awards (SAMAs) this year will be taking place virtually.
This is due to the Covid-19 outbreak in South Africa and worldwide.
This year the awards will be moving from the SABC to Mzansi Magic and will take place over five magical nights.
Zalebs reported that the episodes will take place from 3 August to 7 August at 21:30.
Each episode will be 30 minutes long, except for the grand finale which will be 45 minutes long.
Last year, the prestigious award show was hosted by Bob Mabena and Melanie Bala.
This year's hosts are yet to be announced and peeps are cracking their skulls trying to figure out who the honour will go to.
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported that the SAMAs had paid tribute to HHP, Mango Groove and TKZee for their contribution to Mzansi music.
The awards took place in June and were held at the Sun City Resort.
Rapper Sho Madjozi and gospel group Joyous Celebration were among the full list of talented and much-loved winners.
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