Malawiâ€™s capital, Lilongwe, this Sunday auditions for the revamped E-Wallet music competition, a week after Mzuzuâ€™s turn.
The competitionâ€™s coordinator, Anthony Kafuwa, said the auditions, to be held at Sunbird Capital, would focus on aspirantsâ€™ singing and dancing talents.Â
He said the target age band is 16-35 years and that those between 16 and 18 years old would need consent from a guardian.Â
He said there would be no need for prior registration and that aspirants can just walk in between 9am and 5pm.
This yearâ€™s winner gets K500 000 (about $2 000), the runner-up K300 000 (about $1 200) and the third placed K200 000 (about $800).
Mzuzuâ€™s auditions saw 7 out of the 86 aspirants make the grade.
E-Wallet was introduced in 2006, seeing Penjani Mdumuka claim the debut honours.
In 2007, Kenneth Kabwira carted home the honours.