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FNB Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Dennis Mbingo says t he FNB SmoothFest is a plat­form for lo­cal artists to shine and have an op­por­tu­nity to col­lab­o­rate with in­ter­na­tional acts.

“SmoothFest is ba­si­cally for lo­cal artist to pro­mote them­selves, they must know they are not sup­port­ing but are pri­mary acts of the fest,” said the CEO dur­ing the launch.

He was sup­ported by act­ing Min­is­ter of Sports, Cul­ture and Youth Af­fairs Owen Nx­u­malo as he men­tioned t hat t he FNB SmoothFest does not only cel­e­brate lo­cal tal­ent, but pro­motes it through pro­vid­ing a plat­form for lo­cal musi- cians to not only share the stage with their in­ter­na­tional and pro­vin­cial com­pe­ti­tion but also to share their mu­sic with mu­sic lovers around the coun­try. The fest is sched­uled for Oc­to­ber 21.

FNB's Buy­ile, Gugu pos­ing with Rid­ers Ranch PRO Banele Dlamini.

FNB Head of Mar­ket­ing Man­ager Zethu Dlamini ush­er­ing in Min­is­ter Owen Nx­u­malo.

Ko­dak mo­ment for Act­ing Min­is­ter of Sports, Cul­ture and Youth Af­fairs Owen Nx­u­malo, FNB CEO Dennis Mbingo and Swazi Ob­server Man­ag­ing Ed­i­tor Mbon­geni Mbingo dur­ing the launch.

FNB CEO Dennis Mbingo de­liv­er­ing his speech at the launch.

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