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Voice Africa

25 Mar
Airtel Africa is set to debut its reality TV show, The Voice Africa. The programme, which debuts tomorrow, received 78,804 registrations from Nigeria, Kenya, Seychelles, Tchad, Uganda, Congo, Zambia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Gabon, Madagascar, Malawi, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. [ad] While 12,308 talents were selected for the audition stage, a total of 100 (seven per country), in addition to two wild cards, were chosen to proceed to the live shows in Lagos, Nigeria. Organised in partnership with FAME Studios Africa, the show will be broadcast on free to air TV stations across its markets.

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