It's been quite a journey for the Top 10 plus one are all anxious to get into the Dreams House and battle it out for the ultimate prize of winning the first ever Dreams on Zambezi Magic.
What we do know is that they have grown, not only vocally but also in terms of stage presence and general styling. A typical "started from the bottom now we're here" kind of situation.
This is how they plan to purpose the K100 000 should they win Dreams:
I’m going to put a chunk of it away I recently realized that saving is the best way. I have a 6 years old daughter and I have to make sure she’s set for school fees, I’m a single mom so it’s really tough. Always wanted to take her away on holiday, just the two of us. Also pursue something related to fashion and/or makeup cosmetology.
Chitamfya Caroline Mutale
First things first, my mom’s young sister runs an orphanage and have seen the challenges they face there. So I’ll donate 25 percent to it because they are family now.
I would take myself to school. Do the course I’ve always wanted to do, Business Administration as well as push in my Music career. Music is in the family, starting from my aunt, may her soul RIP. She was a very talented singer in church.
The 10th will be my tithe. I plan to also invest in my music as well. The business I want to start up (t-shirts with chitenge). Would also like to contribute to running orphanage run by my parents. Also towards my studies in Economics at Mulungushu University. I’m in 2nd year.
I use a small platform to go towards raising the bar on the arts. I’d like to partner with corporates like Zambezi Magic to be able to expose the talent in the country.
Firstly, I’ll open my own studio and work on establishing a production house in my hometown, Livingstone.
I’m thinking investments actually. I’ve been wracking my brain on what I can do with it and buy a bag and heels or two.
I think I’ll invest in a profitable business and I’ll give a share to my parents. The people I was in school with don’t know that I sing.
I’d like to go back to school, finish my degree in Bachelor of Commerce Accounting and Finance. I dropped out because of money, my dad stopped working so I couldn’t afford fees. Mulungushi University.
Half of it, I’ll give to my mom. I want her to do certain things she felt she couldn’t do because of being a single mom. I also want to put up for my brother’s education. 17 years.
I’ll build on my brand, I’ll invest in myself. I believe I’m a rare breed. All I need is money to work on my talent.
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