SATMA Awards hosted successful announcements of nominees event on Saturday, the 15th of August 2015 in Mmabatho Convention Centre.
The founder, Dr. Dumisani Goba urged all nominated musicians to compete with dignity, respect and not to fight because the competition is designed to unite all ethnic groups.
AS SATMA’s celebrates the 10th year anniversary, the competing nominees are encouraged to promote and take charge in uplifting themselves. The celebration of 10 years is the beginning of good things for SATMA Awards, and a new hope of unity in South Africa. This country is a rainbow nation with people who speak different languages and provinces but belong to one leadership, raise one flag more over created by one God.
The CEO of the South African National Heritage Council Adv. Sonwabile Mancotywa who has been supporting the SATMA Awards urged the government and private sector to support this initiative as well as private sector.
SATMA’s has been supported by NHC since 2006 and motivates the nation to preserve the living heritage.
MEC Hon. Tebogo Modise also congratulated the SATMA Awards for reaching such a milestone. The North West government is committed to support indigenous artists and protect heritage at all costs. The government is excited to be part of the SATMA Awards event hosted for the third time in North West.
Announcements of nominees event were attended by more than 600 people, more than 100 musicians from all corners of South Africa as well as dignitaries such as MECs, Mayors.
SATMA Awards will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of October 2015 at the University of Zululand in eMpangeni under uThungulu District Municipality, hosted by The City of uMhlathuze.
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