E.tv hits the road for viewers

Musicians such as Jamali, Clint Brink and Wright Ngubeni will entertain the fans

IN celebrating 12 years of existence in the broadcasting industry, e.tv has embarked on a national road show.

The road show started last Saturday at the Standard Bank Arena in Johannesburg where Scandal and Rhythm City actors were present.

Club 808 presenters DJs Dineo Ranaka and Mo Flava, real name (Moeti Tsiki), are also lined up for the road show.

The road show will this Saturday move to Seshego Stadium in Polokwane.

Musicians such as Jamali, Clint Brink and Wright Ngubeni will entertain the fans at all these venues.

The road show celebrates the free-to-air channel's quality programming which is dedicated to discovering local talent. Monde Twala, e.tv channel head, said viewers from all walks of life would enjoy hours of entertainment.

"The road show is an extension of our programming philosophy which continuously tries to find creative ways of telling stories about South Africans for South Africans.

"We are delighted to have another chance to interact with the viewers of our programme brands. We aim to celebrate the loyalty our viewers have given us over the years," Twala said.

Twala adds that the road show will also showcase SA's cultural diversity.

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