- Preparations for Amapiano's biggest night are underway and the host for the exciting red carpet moments has been revealed
- Zanele Potelwa will be taking a break from her 5fm and Selimathunzi duties to welcome Mzansi's Yanos royalty to the awards
- This is the very first Amapiano award ceremony after the genre has taken South Africa and the world by a storm
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The biggest music genre in Mzansi will be honouring their finest performers and producers in just a few days. Radio personality Zanele Potelwa has been appointed as the official red carpet host for the evening and peeps are here for it.
OKMzansi reports that Zanele Potelwa has landed herself yet another prestigious hosting gig. The radio host will be ushering some of South Ah's legendary Amapiano stars through the red carpet as they arrive at the first every Amapiano Awards.
Zanele, who has hosted other events such as the SAMA's and Global Citizen, shared the exciting news with her followers on her Twitter
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Peeps were just as excited about the news as she was and took to the comments to let her know just how proud they were.
"This is the kind of content I’m here for, congratulations my love."
"Yassssss partying, you gonna kill it my babe."
Lamiez Holworthy honoured at the South African Heroine Awards
Briefly News reported another SA radio host who is absolutely thriving and doing the most.
Lamiez Holworthy has been recognised as a South African heroine for her commendable work housing orphaned children through her foundation. The DJ's heart has been warmed by the award, encouraging her to continue doing what she does for less fortunate children.
Lamiez Holworthy has been heading a community project to build an orphanage in Tshwane for the past few years. The kind-hearted DJ has had the help of many South Africans to help house about 30 children in need, reports IOL.
Holworthy's work has not gone unrecognised as she was awarded a South African Heroine Award for being a symbol of hope for many individuals, reports ZAlebs.
Lamiez shared her honour with her followers on Instagram and thanked all parties involved for helping her make this dream a reality. She wrote:
"Thank you for reminding me why I am a beacon of hope for the average child Ko Kasi. Here’s to breaking more barriers, living our best lives, and changing a life or two."
Source: Briefly News