14 contestants in final of E-wallet: Malawi talent search competition

The auditions for the 2015 edition of national music talent show, E-Wallet, was concluded on Sunday 20th September, 2015 at the Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel in Blantyre.

The first E-Wallet icon: Wakhumbachi Kalua

The first E-Wallet icon: Wakhumbachi Kalua

Nine out of 234 hopefuls who participated were picked in the Southern Region according to E-wallet Project Manager Anthony Kafuwa.

The first auditions were held in Mzuzu on 16th September where two contestants sailed through out of the 68 participants and later on 18th September, three out of 179 were picked in Lilongwe auditions held at Sunbird Capital Hotel.

Initially, the organizers planned to identify 16 participants national wide but according to Kafuwa, they will proceed with the cream they have spotted so far.

The national finals are set to start on 25th October, 2015 and will be beamed on TImes Television, Zodiak Television and the public funded broadcaster MBC Television.

The winner of this year’s E-wallet talent show formally called Sunbird search for a star competition will walk away with a brand new Nissan Tilda Hatch back wealth K3 Million.

Wakhumbachi Kaluwa became the winner for the E-Wallet Talent Show in 2013.

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7 thoughts on “14 contestants in final of E-wallet: Malawi talent search competition”

  1. wodzichepetsa says:

    Nice picture

  2. Kodi ife aku masakapende,ku nangulukutiche,kwa mavwele,osaiwala kwa siphasi. Sitiyenela mpikisano onga umeu? Kodi sife amalawi?

  3. sammy says:

    That’s wrong idea giving someone a car help people to reach there goals by investing in them not giving a car to someone who doesn’t work how can they manage a car that bulshit

  4. Dr Barbra Kaunde aka Mrs Chikopa says:

    Sure

  5. rute nyakala says:

    Za ziii izi

  6. Obvious Phiri says:

    New car worth K3 million? New?

  7. Mwethu says:

    Its sad that the previous winner we have never heard anything from her since she won the competition. The question that comes to mind is: are the hopefuls who contest in these competitions have music as a career option, or is it because some being from well to do families practice karaoke style on TV music channels and when they see these competitions just compete for fun of it and not that they want to make a career out of it?
    I hope this time around the contestants must be grilled on their ambitions and whether they really want to make music a career in itself.

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