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ALL SET FOR BIGGEST BRAAI - LUTFO

MBABANE – It’s all systems go.

Eswatini Biggest Braai preparations are in order, ready for tomorrow. The event will be held at the Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre.
The main stage preparations are at an advanced stage, Jenny Internet is currently setting up their wifi masts, and the top 10 models as well as designers from South Africa (SA) and other parts of the South African Development Community (SADC) region are already in the country, according to Philani Maswati Chairperson Lutfo Dlamini.

Models

Two models from Mpumalanga, Mbombela, have been here since last week. The Director of Top Models, Eswatini, and local fashion mogul, Mbalenhle Manana, shared that they partnered with Eswatini Air for all international designers and models for return tickets, which started off yesterday. She shared that the models and designers were ready, prepared, and excited to be part of the event. Dlamini confirmed that all preparations for the Biggest Braai scheduled for tomorrow are still on track. We had our preparation update meeting, and we would like to remind emaswati to wear their wrist bands and not carry them by hand,” said the chairperson. He also reminded the suppliers that they should come through to set up today.

Massive

Dlamini also thanked the massive support from their sponsors, which included Destiny Music and their entertainment partners, Jenny Internet, the Times of Eswatini, Eswatini Broadcasting Information and Services (EBIS), Bulk SMS suppliers, the Eswatini Observer, Manzini City Council, Eswatini Investment Promotion Authority (EIPA), Eswatini Electricity Company (EEC), and many more. The chairperson further confirmed that security and the safety of the people will be provided by the police officers who will be there. “We had a meeting with Eswatini police for security purposes; we assure the public that they will be safe, and police will be there to ensure their safety,” stated Dlamini.

Gates will open at 7am. Dlamini went on to say: “The event will go on until 5am, to avoid accidents and people being stranded.” He further stated that the event will go on until the morning for everyone to get transport to go home and he promised that it will not be cut off at midnight or 3am. He said the morning performances will be as good as the 11pm. performances, and the fun will go on. The weather for this weekend is still looking good; there has been no change at all. Dlamini stated that the weather will be warm, there won’t be destruction, and everyone will be able to enjoy themselves without the rain or bad weather.