Antifreeze from Chairman Mao Zedong scored first place at the Old Mutual NamJams Schools for Good competition held at the Warehouse Theatre last week.
The top three most voted for school bands performed in front of a live audience and judges to compete for the top spot. In second place was Rhythm & Soul from Jan Möhr Secondary School and third place are The Conquerors from Canisianum Roman Catholic High School from Outapi.
The competition was judged by NAMA award winner Big Ben, Chops from Radiowave and Smittie from NBC with the audience helping determining the winners. Great performances from Daena Weeks and Big Ben were enjoyed while Mich the Comedian hosted the show as the Master of Ceremonies.
Antifreeze worked away with N$ 30,000 (N$ 10,000 for the Band, N$ 10,000 for their School and N$ 10,000 for any charity of the band’s choice; Rhythm & Soul took N$ 21,000 (N$ 7,000 for the Band, N$ 7,000 for their School and N$ 7,000 for any charity of the band’s choice) and The Conquerors received N$ 9,000.00 (N$ 3,000 for the Band, N$ 3,000 for their School and N$ 3,000 for any charity of the band’s choice).