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Mabusa, Mosola win Vodacom TV presenter competition

Lerato Matheka

MASERU — Kabulu Mabusa and Relebohile Mosola went home M20 000 richer each on Wednesday after they won the Vodacom Superstar Music and Dance Television Presenter competition.
The two beat eight other finalists.
The competition was launched by Vodacom Lesotho in March to identify talented television presenters for its music and dance competition.
More than 100 budding presenters entered the contest.
Speaking after the announcement on Friday, Mosola said he was planning to venture into business using part of the prize money.
“I am going to join hands with my brother and start a business before spoiling myself ahead of the show,” Mosola said.
“I am very grateful to all the people who voted for me and my family for their support, but most of all I am grateful to Vodacom for providing such an opportunity for us to showcase our talents.
“I am very happy,” Mosola said.
He said he would work hard to make the television programme a success.
“We are going to work very hard and put more effort to make the show interesting.”
Mabusa said she was thankful to her family and friends for their support.
“If it wasn’t for those who believed in my potential I wouldn’t have won, I am thankful,” Mabusa said.
“It was unplanned money so I really don’t know what I am going to do with it,” Mabusa said of her prize money.
She thanked Vodacom Lesotho for the opportunity and promised fireworks during the television show.
Vodacom brand manager, ’Mamotebang Mokwena encouraged the other participants not to give up.
“Reaching the Top 10 means you have talent and it is up to you to brand yourself and let people know of your talent. You should give it a try next time and work on the weaknesses you have identified.”
Vodacom Lesotho injected M1 million into the Vodacom Superstar Music and Dance competition.
Mabusa came first in the women’s section with 2 282 votes beating Mpho Sefali who had 720 votes into second place.
Tlhokaboyo Mohasi and Lerato Matheka came third and fourth with 225 and 118 votes respectively.
Mpholokeng Tuoane was fifth with 77 votes.
In the men’s section, Mosola garnered 3 072 votes ahead of second-placed Lefa Khanare who had 2 640 votes.
Bafokeng Ramoseli came third with 329 votes.
Relebohile Mafatle came fourth with 105 votes and Katleho Kholokholo fifth after securing 86 votes.
The Vodacom Superstar Music categories include gospel, kwaito, famo, hip hop and R’nB while the dance categories include modern dance, pantsula, ndlamo, mokhibo and mohobelo.

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