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Malawians to vote for actor to feature in Generations

Written by  Thumbiko Nyirongo
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Blantyre: October 27, 2017: AsSuperior Country Wide Drama competition reaches climax,Malawians will have the opportunity to vote for the best actor to be featured in South African Television soap Generations the Legacy.

Superior Events Management (SEM) Director, Japhet Majekete told Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Friday that the best drama group and actor competition will start soon.

Majekete also said they are still discussing with the South-African Soap ‘Generations the Legacy’ to have the best actor featured in the soap.

“We are still discussing with the generations crew and soon we will make a statement on this but all is going on well,” said Majekete

According to Majekete, the best actor will come from the 10 groups that have made it to the National finals of the competition.

“We are going for reality show now so all the winning plays will be beamed on some local TV Channels then people will vote for the best actor and best play,” said Majekete

The groups that have reached the finals are Umunthu Theatre and We Create from the Eastern Region while in the Southern Region we have Young Travelers, Lagos Theatre and Aini Drama Groups.

Central region will be represented by New Beginning, Umoja and Harmony Drama Groups while the Northern Region will be represented by Oneness and Astrovaganza Drama groups.

The K5 Million Kwacha Drama Competition is being run by Superior Events Management (SEM) through Superior Films in partnership with National Theatre Association of Malawi (Ntam).

The winner at the national level will walk away with MK1.5 million with second and third positions pocketing MK750, 000 and MK500, 000 respectively.

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