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they are do­ing.”

Adding, she said; “I was re­ally taken by their gui­tarist, he is very tal­ented and makes ev­ery­thing look eas­ier.”

Ns­ing­wane urged the spon­sors to con­tinue host­ing such shows so Swazi artists learn from ex­pe­ri­enced in­ter­na­tional ones.

Just like the pre­vi­ous edi­tion, the sec­ond edi­tion catered a VIP ex­pe­ri­ence for guests seek­ing ex­clu­siv­ity. The venue fea­tured a VIP lounge with ad­join­ing VIP seat­ing. Ded­i­cated wait ser­vice, pri­vate bar, meet and greet with the artists along with bev­er­age and plat­ter op­tions were also of­fered.

House on Fire com­mu­ni­ca­tions of­fi­cer Non­cedo Dlamini said the show was a suc­cess.

“The show was packed and fun lovers had a great time as the en­ter­tain­ers kept them on their toes,” she said. “It is a great feel­ing to see fun lovers com­ing to­gether for a com­mon pur­pose, to have fun re­gard- less of the weather,” said Dlamini. Dlamini fur­ther passed her sin­cere grat­i­tude to the spon­sors who made the night a suc­cess fur­ther urg­ing fun lovers to come and have fun dur­ing the sec­ond episode of the To­tal Gold Se­ries sea­son which will take place on De­cem­ber 15.

Fresh­ly­ground is a South African Afro­fu­sion band that was formed in Cape Town in 2002.

The band mem­bers have dif­fer­ent back­grounds, and from South Africa, Mozam­bique, and Zim­babwe. Fresh­ly­ground's musical style blends el­e­ments of tra­di­tional South African mu­sic (such as kwela and African folk mu­sic), blues, jazz, and fea­tures of in­die rock.

They are best known for their per­for­mance ‘Waka Waka’ (This Time for Africa) with Shakira which re­ceived world­wide recog­ni­tion. The mu­sic video fea­tur­ing the group also re­ceived over 1.55 bil­lion views on YouTube.

Ntombikayise Ny­oni and Colani Nh­leko who got en­gaged on stage.

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