This follows news that certain dishonest participants of the annual RedSquare DJ Knock-Out challenge were disqualified.
Thanks to the state of the art technology by Numark which detected unscrupulous behaviour of which a judge was also found to have been involved.
According to the organisers, close to 20 cheaters so far have been shown the door!
Continued Selaelo:” So, far we are happy they (judges) have been able to root out individuals who are trying to advance in the competition through dishonest means,” he says.
This years’ RedSquare DJ Knock-Out Challenge comes with a heavy tag of R100 000 cash and deejaying equipment worth R120 000 for the ultimate winner.
A bird whistled in my ear that a vehicle could be added as a prize for next season. So cheaters and those with attitude towards their opposite sex it’s going to be stricter and impossible to override technology!
Finals take place a day after the burial of uTata Madiba in Qunu (May his Soul Rest in Peace).
Giant Stadium in Mabopane, Tshwane will be the host on December 16, with entertainers such as Glen Lewis, Vetkoek vs Mahoota, Amon Mokoena and Mlu.
Admission is R40 per person. Gates open at noon.
Meanwhile, the new Shapshap Fruit Flavoured Cider has been launched by Halewood International, producers of RedSquare.
It is the new premium, crafted cider range, inspired by the SA street culture and the diversity and spirit of its People!
Go on and try it…