Ingoma Awards postponed

2018-08-16 15:16
 

The Independent National Gospel Music Awards, best known as Ingoma Awards, have been postponed to 30 September 2018.

The awards encourage all upcoming and independent artists to go beyond the call of duty and produce music that meets the highest standard were scheduled for 25 August.

In their 5th year running, these awards seek to recognize the hard work of gospel musicians, community newspapers and magazines, and broadcasting radio and TV individuals from all the nine provinces of South Africa.

The Ingomas was founded in 2013 by young people who are actively involved in the gospel music industry. The Ingoma serves as the face and voice for the upcoming and independent gospel or Christian music community and is dedicated to exposing, promoting and celebrating their talent through recognition and awarding them.

It is by no means a competition but an event that honours and recognizes talented and hardworking upcoming, independent gospel artists.

The INGOMA was conceptualized with the aim of recognizing excellence of these upcoming and independent South African musicians. The aim of the project is to grow the status associated with this award much like the SA Music Awards (SAMAs) and the Crown Gospel Music Awards. The INGOMAs is managed by the INGOMA Foundation, a registered Non-Profit Organization with registration number 166-619 NPO, was founded by young people who are actively involved in the gospel music industry

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