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The Channel O Africa Music Video Awards

Genres: Music, Award Shows
Broadcast on: Channel O

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Seasons

Season 1 - Channel O Reel Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 05 Dec 2003 05 Dec 2003 Fridays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 2 - Channel O African Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 08 Apr 2005 08 Apr 2005 Fridays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 3 - Channel O Spirit of Africa Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 22 Oct 2006 22 Oct 2006 Sundays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 4 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 27 Oct 2007 27 Oct 2007 Saturdays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 5 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 23 Oct 2008 23 Oct 2008 Thursdays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 6 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 08 Nov 2009 08 Nov 2009 Sundays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 7 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 04 Nov 2010 04 Nov 2010 Thursdays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 8 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 11 Nov 2011 11 Nov 2011 Fridays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 9 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 17 Nov 2012 17 Nov 2012 Saturdays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 10

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 30 Nov 2013 30 Nov 2013 Saturdays, 20h00 - 21h30 1

Season 11

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 29 Nov 2014 29 Nov 2014 Saturdays, 20h00 - 21h30 1


Starring Cast

as
Host - Himself

David Kau is a South African comedian who first gained mainstream exposure through the television comedy series The Pure Monate Show - which he co-created and produced - in 2003

7.0


as
Host - Himself

Sbu Leope (also known as DJ Sbu) is a South African radio DJ and television presenter.

8.0


as
Host - Himself

D'banj (also known as Koko Master) is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and hip hop artist

6.4


as
Host - Himself

Kabelo "KB" Ngakane is a South African radio DJ, television presenter and producer best known for hosting the music show O-Boma on Channel O, and Big Brother Africa.

8.2


as
Host - Himself

Lungile Radu is a South African actor and television presenter best known for hosting the Channel O shows Kasi 101, O-Boma, Set It Off and Shout It Out.

8.1


as
Host - Himself

Banky W is an American-born Nigerian R&B artist who has been active in the music industry since 2003, when he won the John Lennon Songwriting award in the R&B category

7.0


as
Host - Himself

Ice Prince (real name Panshak Zamani) is a Nigerian hip hop artist and rapper best known for his hit song Oleku, which also features on his 2011 album Everybody Loves Ice Prince

4.0


AKA
as
Host - Himself

AKA (real name Kiernan Forbes) was a South African hip hop recording artist, voice over artist, event MC, music producer and television presenter.

5.1


as
Host - Himself

Naeto C (real name Naetochukwu Chikwe) is an American-born Nigerian rapper, Afrobeat artist and record producer who rose to fame with his debut album titled You Know My P, in 2007

6.0


as
Host - Himself

Siyabonga Ngwekazi is a South African television presenter and writer best known for hosting the pop culture magazine show Street Journal, on SABC1

7.9


as
Host - Herself

Nonhle Thema is a South African television presenter best known for presenting the music shows O-Boma and O-Access, both on Channel O

7.5


as
Host - Herself

Dineo Moeketsi is a South African actress, singer, dancer and television presenter best known for taking over from Nonhle Thema as host of the Channel O music magazine show O-Access, hosting it from 2011-2012.

6.7


as
Host - Herself

Bonang Matheba is a South African television presenter and radio DJ best known for co-hosting the SABC1 Friday night music show Live, from 2007-2012

7.2


as
Host - Herself

Eku Edewor is a British-born Nigerian television presenter, model and actress best known for hosting the Africa Magic magazine programme 53 Extra.

6.0


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