- The South African Music Awards (SAMAS) had their 29th music awards ceremony with performances from Makhadzi and Skomota
- The festivities in Times Square Pretoria took place on Saturday, 18 November, and were broadcast live on SABC 1 at 8 pm
- South Africans who watched the ceremony hosted by DJ Sabby and Nomalanga Shozi took to social media to share their opinions about the event
SAMA29 failed to impress some people who tuned in to watch on SABC 1. The awards ceremony at Sun Bet Arena in Pretoria did not get many favourable reviews.
Online users were brutally honest opinions on the awards ceremony and hosts, DJ Sabby and Nomalanga Shozi. The 29th SAMAs were a trending topic, and some people used them to express their dissatisfaction with the event.
SAMAs trend for the wrong reasons
The South African music awards had their fair share of entertainment, such as Makhadzi's performance. Viewers who caught the show on SABC 1 expressed disappointment over Metro FM DJ Sabby and Namalanga Shozi's hosting.
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29th SAMAs event dubbed boring
Read what some people had to say about the SAMAs below:
"Sound is horrible! Videographer just missed #murdahbongz performance yazini #SAMA29 is boring "
@Nazomagenge2 missed the old days:
"This is probably the most boring #SAMA29 ever, gone are the days of abo Mandoza nabo Zola 7 where we looked forward to these awards."
Others weren't happy with the hosts:
"These hosts are boring #SAMA29"
"Lol this thing is boring."
"One can definitely tell that the #SAMA29 #SouthAfricanMusicAwards2023 were last minute. They're disjointed and boring. Can they just end already so that Eskom can take their electricity at 10pm and I can sleep."
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Empini hitmaker Khumalo did not take well to not winning a SAMA award. She went on a social media rant that angered netizens.
SAMAs provide clarity on funding for awards ceremony
Briefly News previously reported that The 29th Annual South African Music Awards (SAMAs) have provided some clarity on the funding for the upcoming awards ceremony to be held in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
The organisers stated that the proposed investment was R20 million, and they rejected the R28 million, alleging that the figures were fabricated.
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Source: Briefly News