Want to stand the chance of winning the use of an Isuzu MU-X for three months
over the Festive Period AND a R10,000 travel voucher to do whatever you like with? Yes, please!
Want to stand the chance of winning the use of an Isuzu MU-X for three months over the Festive Period AND a R10,000 travel voucher to do whatever you like with? Yes, please!
Every Thursday and Friday between 6.30
and 7.15, Darren Maule will introduce you to our 3 Kids of KZN. They’ll change from time to
He will ask each kid a baseline question, something to which they’ll all know the answer to. For example:
“What is the national bird of South Africa?”
Then he will tell you a little bit about them, so you get to know the kids and formulate some sort of connection with them. You’ll get to hear how they answer the baseline question, too! So you can figure out who the smarty pants is!
Then he will ask the question for the day and it’s up to you to figure out which of the Kids of KZN got the question correct!
Every Thursday and Friday listen to the feature and then drop us an sms on 33 11 6 with your name and kid 1, kid 2 or kid 3 if you want to play! Each SMS will cost you R1.50.
And hey, moms and dads, if you’re in the car with your kiddies, let them answer the question, too - we’d love to hear what your Kids of KZN have to say, so send a voice note to 061 792 9495 - remember a voice note is NOT where you need to enter the competition, that’s via sms!
It’s Kids of KZN, brought to you by Isuzu MU-X on East Coast Radio.
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