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More dancers register in Blantyre in Ka Jive Season 2 contest

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More dancers from Blantyre have registered in the Ka Jive Dance Competition spearheaded by Times Group ahead of its kickoff next month, Timescom Business Manager Heggar Kalowekamo said on Monday.

Kalowekamo said Blantyre has so far registered over 30 dancers and that more were still coming. But he expressed concern with Lilongwe, saying the figure was less than 10.

“The race for fortune and fame is surely on in this competition but we want more dancers to register. Last year the competition was a success and we want it to be big this year. This is why we are calling upon dancers to register especially from Lilongwe because Blantyre is already dominating,” he said.

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Kalowekamo also said however, the registration for the competition is underway until October 2, 2015.

“Registration is still open and we are inviting all dancers to enter in this competition which promises to be the most exciting with K1.5 million as the grand prize money for the winner. I encourage everyone from amateurs to professional dancers to participate. At the end of the day, you never know what losing, winning, or even participating may mean,” said Kalowekamo.

He said this was a lifetime opportunity for dancers to display their various skills to the nation through the show to be broadcast live on Times TV.

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Kalowekamo said the first auditions will be on October 10 in Lilongwe followed by Blantyre on October 17.

Through this platform Times Group which recently also partnered with Lens Arts to hold the Chanco Got Talent, said it wants to promote the art of dancing but also unearth talent.

Last year Metics Street Dance Crew emerged the winners and pocked K1 million.

Kalowekamo also hailed Airtel Malawi who are the co-sponsors of the competition.

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