A man that I believe should be given a "Lifetime achievement "Award...the legendary Dr. Don Mattera.
"Back of the moon" opened the show..Thandiswa Mazawai together with Zwai Bala on the keyboards.
A jazz number without tap dancers? NEVER!Here the Young Mighty Tappers strut their stuff...
I am not sure if the producers handbook on African award ceremonies specifies "choir enters stage left"...but there always is at least one. At this ceremony it was the Mzanzi Youth Choir
Dancers is nothing more than a green jacket accompany new Afrikaans singing sensation,Lee Scott
Comedian Alan Committe was at his second award ceremony of the week.The back of head belongs to Bobby Heaney, director and producer.
This is what the viewing public never gets to see...the autocue. Presenters very seldom actually remember all their lines.
Richard Nosworthy accepting an award for a show he conceived and was then snubbed by the channel that produces it.Shame on you Mnet!
We all know what a "flash mob" is,but a "flash person"? Alan Committe joins the cast of Isidingo on stage...and he was never in the production.
Sky Blazer technologies rounded off the evening.
Although the audience might have been feeling the effects of a too long event as well as too much food and more than a couple of beverages, at least the dancers kept their energy levels up.
The show was produced, once again, by Clive Morris Productions