- The KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards are going to be broadcast on television
- The ceremony, which was held on 15 December last year, showcased and honoured the best of KZN's talent in the entertainment industry
- The show is set to be broadcast on BET so that Mzansi television viewers can experience the spectacle from the safety and comfort from their homes
South African television viewers will be able to watch the inaugural KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards (KZNEA) from the comfort of their homes.
Footage of the ceremony is set to be broadcast on the weekend on BET and will be showing on Saturday, 30 January.
The actual awards ceremony was held on 15 December last year at the Durban ICC and the first annual KZNEA saw some of Mzansi's favourite stars turn out for the occasion.
KwaZulu-Natal's biggest celebs turned out for the spectacle and the ceremony saw those who had made the province proud walk away with cash prizes as well as their honorary titles.
"We are excited that the rest of the world will finally watch persons who have put KZN on the international map being honoured"
The evening's stage was captivated by the likes of Ladysmith Black Mambazo and other Mzansi artists while the event also provided an opportunity for many to show off some high-fashion.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards and how Sjava and Nomcebo Zikode won big by taking home trophies and cash on the night.
Sjava walked away with a cool R100 000 and a trophy on Tuesday night, 15 December during the KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards. The musician bagged the Best Male Artist category.
He beat the likes of Nasty C, Big Zulu, Riky Rick, Zakwe, Tellaman, Mlindo The Vocalist and Maskandi singer Khuzani. The star also got to perform his smash hit titled Umama during the ceremony.
Sjava's good news was shared by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, who was at the event. Phil wrote on Twitter on Tuesday night:
"ON STAGE: Tonight’s Best Male Artist trophy and R100k winner, Sjava, is performing."
Phil also took to Twitter and shared that Nomcebo Zikode took home the Best Female Award and R100 000. He shared that Khuzani bagged a whopping R500 000 and an award in the KZN's Most Loved category.
The aim of the awards ceremony is to honour entertainers who've made a name for themselves in KZN and continue to shine everywhere. The prestigious event took place at the Durban ICC.
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