The weekend saw a gathering of all the lovers in Mpumalanga at the fourth annual "Love Still Rocks" music festival.
The festival, which was organised by one the biggest stations for Siswati and IsiNdebele listeners Ligwalagwala FM, had a line-up which featured a variety of DJs and was headlined by African trap musician Sjava, afro-soul crooner and Afrotraction and house vocalist Indlovukazi.
The love-themed showcase was held at the Nutting House Lodge, also aimed to promote local tourism with the station providing listeners with an opportunity to go visit The Kruger National Park for an afternoon game drive the day after the festival.
Chatting to the event coordinator of the station Mfanimpela Ndlala on the sidelines of the festival, Ndlala explained that "Love Still Rocks" had been postponed from February to March, due to weather issues.
“This year we decided to move it because February is the rainy season for us. We had to contend with the rain so we decided to move it to mid-March. We started with promoting prizes for 10 couples in February. We are also quite pleased with the turn out this year, ” Ndlala said.