K10mil TV reality show launched in Malawi: Rise Africa

A television reality show whose aim is to bring solutions to problems that Malawi and Africa face has been launched in Malawi,  thanks to a partnership between Rise Africa,  Zodiak TV and the government of Malawi.

Kamkosi: Rise Africa
Kamkosi: Rise Africa

Speaking after  a presser Tuesday Rise Africa CEO, Susan Kamkosi, told Nyasa Times that the show will entertain and educate audiences.

“We want Malawians to take an active role in the development of the country through this show,” said Kamkosi.

Expected to commence soon after auditions before  the end of this month, the show will air a total of 50 episodes locally on Zodiak TV and on super channel DSTV.

“Top of the range 4K cameras will be used as required by DSTV.  Our target audience are men,  women and youths aged 16 and above,” Kamkosi added.

Interested participants need to part away with just K1000 for audition tickets. More about the registration process can be accessed on www.riseafricarealityshow.com.

According to organisers,  the show is strictly “family.”

Nyasa Times  has learnt that there will be no nudity and alcohol and that Christians and Muslims can take part.

The Grand Prize is K10 million, and an allowance of K10 000 is going to be given to housemates for the three month period.

The government of Malawi through the department of tourism’s sosten Lingwalanya said they were happy with the idea.

He said there will be a boom in the tourism sector because wide viewership of the programme.

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7 years ago

kodi what’s with these dumb ideas of educating the country through entertainment? just do entertainment period. koma ma ngo, and everybody else saying we are educating thru entertainment. you think malawians are so dumb that they can only be educated through songs, acting and plays? no wonder even our politics is entertainment. tabampangani entertainment without making education claims

7 years ago

Mr Reporter, you haven’t conveyed much meaning in terms of the concept. How exactly will the participants take part in the development of the country?

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