The live event will be streamed on Saturday, 30 May on the company's YouTube channel. The Africa Konekt live lifestyle experience will be headlined by African favourites Nomzamo Mbatha, Lira, Mbuso Khoza, DJ Zinhle and others.

Hosted by Nomzamo Mbatha, the two-hour-long live event will feature a headliner programme featuring live music by musicians Lira and Mbuso Khoza. A fashion exchange experience by Palesa Mokubung of Mantsho — the first African designer to collaborate with global clothing brand H&M — and a beauty talk by Thando Hopa — the first woman with albinism to grace the cover of Vogue magazine.

Saadique Ryklief, an award-winning trendsetter, will also share his expertise on African hair. Head chef Katlego Mlambo will give a 'virtual taste' of Africa in a food segment, while an artist represents the art fraternity with a show and tell of some of their work.

This exquisite programme will be rounded off with a set by wave-maker, South Africa’s DJ Zinhle.

"As team '#Zero2Hundred', we are agile and constantly reinventing ourselves and how best to bring brand experiences to life," says Manzini Zungu, CEO of Pacinamix.

"Our fully-fledged on-the-ground activations department now boasts digital activations capabilities. We're not letting the pandemic stop us from continuing to create fun customer experiences. We are still very committed to our entrepreneurial roots stemming from our history of innovation and creative excellence," adds Zungu. 

Pacinamix aims to be a disruptive and diverse brand specialist based in Johannesburg specialising in:
  • creative strategy development and execution
  • PR, communications and reputation management
  • brand experience planning and activations
  • strategic enterprise supplier development, and
  • projects planning and implementation.
According to Pacinamix, the company's tagline '#Zero2Hundred' is derived from the brand's ethos of starting from nothing and making something and signifies the company's growth and focus on creative innovation and excellence.

"This year, we celebrated Africa day under the most unregular circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic. We're proud that Africa as a whole has responded so responsibly to ensure our infection rate remains low," says Zangu.

"However, we have even more reason to celebrate our continent's tenacity, resilience and creativity displayed even given these uncertain times," concludes Zangu.

The event will place on Saturday, 30 May from 17:00. To join in on the event follow Pacinamix, individuals are encouraged to watch on YouTube here

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