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Zimpapers Radio Division Flagship, Star FM has postponed the fourth edition of its Listeners’ Choice Music Awards to a later date, a spokesperson for the station has announced.
Zimpapers Radio Broadcasting Division General Manager, Comfort Mbofana announced the postponement to a later date.
“After extensive consultation, we found it prudent to postpone the Listeners’ Choice Music Awards so we can give our stakeholders a quality event that recognises the immense talent that we have in Zimbabwe,” he said.
The Awards had been scheduled for the 2nd of April 2022.
The inaugural awards were held in 2019 and recognise Zimbabwean musical artists that would have excelled in the preceding year. The two-tier adjudicating process culminates in the listeners voting in the different categories. Auditors superintend the different touch points of the processes to maintain the integrity of the awards.
The Star FM Listeners’ Choice Awards are one of the two event properties that the station has created-the other is the Zimnthulikazi Music festival which this year is scheduled for July the 30th.
The station will be celebrating its tenth anniversary of broadcasting this year under the theme “X-treme Radio” and has already started listener promotions with big prizes to commemorate this milestone.