Dance competition, Kajive season four, which was supposed to start this weekend, has been shifted to next month.
The competition which aims at unearthing dance talent, is spearheaded by Times Group through Times Television.
Since it started, the competition has attracted alot of interest from young people who have come out to show the their talents.
Times Group Commercial Manager Lusayo Msukwa said that people should brace for nothing but the best in season four.
“Season four is back, bigger and better and people are in for a treat. We have always said that we are here to help unearth talent and at the same time help in growing the creative industry,”Msukwa said.
He could not disclose the grand price for season four.
“We will disclose everything later. But we are starting with auditions then we will select some groups which will go to the next round,” Msukwa said.
The auditions will take place at Times Group’s entertainment studios in Blantyre.
“Groups have registered for this season. This just shows how loved the competition is and how people missed it. We are ready”, he said.
Over the past seasons, the competition has unearthed a number of groups which have gone on to be hired by various companies and they include Floor Steppers, Salama Africa Dance Crew, Metics Dance Crew and M-Dub Dance Crew.
Msukwa said they will also be bringing some of the previous groups to perform at the contest as well as other artists.
M-Dub Crew are the winners of the previous season.
Meanwhile, some youth have welcomed the competition with many saying they were looking forward to the best just as was the case with the previous seasons.
“I have watched all the seasons and it’s been exciting.
The good thing with the platform is that it challenges youth to be creative and also kept us busy thereby avoiding in engaging in unnecessary behavior,” 25- year old Bright Phiri, a resident of Ndirande Township, said.
Times Group through Times Radio is also running a poetry competition.