After being suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the first music competition to showcase the talent of African musicians, The Voice Afrique Francophone, will make its comeback on Saturday 17 April 2021, at 21:00 GMT, on the Vox Africa channel.
The news was announced a few hours earlier, on April 12, by The Voice Afrique on its official Facebook page before being relayed by the artist and coach Charlotte Dipanda. It’s official, « the wait is now over! « The press release from the organiser of the famous pan-African show reads.
The other good news is that the public will also be able to watch the rounds of this third season of « The Voice Afrique Francophone ». The director of « The Voice », Tristan Carné, will also be present. In addition, coaches Lokua Kanza, Nayanka Bell, Charlotte Dipanda and Hiro will be present again.
This information was very well received by Internet users who did not hide their joy in their comments. Indeed, a user who was delighted to see them back on the set of the event commented: « So happy to see you again ».
For her part, Charlotte Dipanda shared with the public information about the dates scheduled for the semi-final and final in the land of elephants. « The semi-final and final will be played on 24 April and 1 May, » she posted on her official Facebook account.
Vox Africa is losing the exclusive broadcasting rights to « The Voice Afrique Francophone ». According to some sources, the television channel « Vox Africa » will no longer be the only one to broadcast the show. Indeed, several television stations in the sub-region will soon be able to do so.
In Côte d’Ivoire, for example, the competition will also be broadcast on the Ivorian Radio and Television (RTI). In Cameroon, it is the channel Equinoxe Tv that has obtained this privilege. In Benin and Senegal, the Office des Radio et Télévision du Bénin (ORTB) and RTS were respectively chosen to broadcast the famous contest live.