Johannesburg - The North West province is ready to host an extremely beautiful, elaborate 25th edition of the South African Music Awards (Sama).
"We are saying previously we hosted successfuly, this year we are going to be more magnificent. We are also saying the financial injection that we are putting in hosting this event is just a pittance what is important is the happiness that we see in the face of our artist, our musicians," said Alex Sekati, director in the North West department of culture, arts and traditional affairs in the Bojanala District.
He was speaking at the launch of the Sama 25 nominee event in Alberton, east of Johannesburg on Thursday night.
The announcement of the Sama nominee returned to Alberton, where the event was first held in 1994.
"The legacy programme that we are leaving behind are such that we cannot live without, even after our association comes to an end, because all association come to an end whether we die ... We want to believe that the legacy that shall be left by this arrangement or partnership shall be forever.