“WE CAN all do with some surprise and delight on a cold and busy day.
MTN wanted to showcase these amazingly talented singers, dancers and musicians to our city and beyond, so we’ve partnered with the busiest transport hub in South Africa, the Johannesburg Park Station,” says Jacqui O’Sullivan, Executive for Corporate Affairs at MTN SA.
She made the comments following the #Bozza Pop Up showcasing at one of Africa’s busiest nodal points- Johannesburg Park Station, that welcomes over 500 000 commuters weekly.
Excited crowds captured moments from the likes of Zulu Boy, actor-cum-rapper Batsile Ramasodi and singer Zoe Modiga, saw commuters at Park station join in song and dance.
Award winner Sjava could not make it due to other engagements- the news that did not sit well with some of his fans.
But Soulful singers Gugulethu Shezi, Nomfundo Dlamini and Nokukhanya Dlamini, wowed the crowds.
MTN in partnership with Market Theatre artistic director James Ngcobo’s cast of dancers, gave an immaculately choreographed performance with a subtle and mellow violin musical piece by violinist Phenyo Nakedi.
The key message was to conscientious South Africans as we commemorate Youth Month -the Bozza Way…
Some lucky fans were gifted MTN social bundles vouchers to upload and share the content with ease, on their social media platforms.
MTN’s social bundles are available for WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Dial *143# to access this great social bundle value.