DJ Zinhle. Picture: Supplied

The second instalment of the Mzansi Kwaito & House Music Awards went down with a bang at Walter Sisulu Square in Soweto on Saturday night.
The awards were staged to celebrate the two unique genres as they reflect who we are, says Perfecta Khumalo, founder of the awards.

This year's theme was Spantsula, Mathand’ekhishini and All Star, attires that have for years resonated with the kwaito and house community, and dubbed street glamour.

Khumalo said: “We are here to prove that kwaito is not dead and kwaito is born again.

"We are here to motivate the legends, let them start releasing new kwaito albums, we are not talking about single albums but the whole 12-track albums," she said.

“Currently the house artists are doing well, hence we want the kwaito artists to do the same. We want to balance the equation,” Khumalo said.

Eugene ‘Donald Duck’ Mthethwa, Zynne ‘Mahoota’ Sibika, Copperhead aka Mjokes, Mandla ‘Spikiri’ Mofokeng and Jairus ‘Jakarumba’ Nkwe of Trompies.Picture:Matthews Baloy

Below is the full winners' list in the 17 categories:

Best Kwaito Female Artist: Tina

Best Kwaito Male Artist: Mandla Spikiri Mofokeng

Best House Female Artist: DJ Zinhle

Best House Male Artist: Heavy K

Best Collaboration(Kwaito and house): Spikiri featuring Professor & Jakarumba - Ingoma

Best Kwaito DJ: DJ Fisha Fasha

Best House DJ: DJ Zinhle

Best Kwaito Soong of the 90's: Trompies - Sigiya Ngengoma

Best Kwaito Kwaito: Skhokho - Santaro

Best House Single House Album: De Mogul SA featuring Ms Mo & Makhensa - Oe Batla Kae

Best New Age Kwaito Song:Nkululeko Pascal Mazibuko

Best New Kwaito Artist:Orlando Pantsula

Best New House Artist: Masalad

Best Kwaito Group: 2.5

Best Radio Station that promotes Kwaito and House music: Alex FM

Best Mapantsula Dance Group:Future Pantsulas

Most Voted Song: De Mogul SA - Oe Batla Kae