He is one of SAs most in demand comedy talents. He combines hilarious comedy with world-class puppetry, and he’s been in the industry for more than 15 years. We are talking about the talented Conrad Koch. Do tune in tonight at 9:30pm on SABC 3 #TSAon3
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Today we bring you:
Tonight’s guest is one of South Africa’s rare gems, a true talent who could give the likes of Hollywood star Lupita Nyong’o a run for their money.
She got her big break when she played the role of Skiets in the romantic action film – Hard to Get back in 2014, since then her acting career has been on the up and up.
When she’s not in front of the camera, she’s also busy scripting one of SA’s most watched drama series. She is the forever gorgeous, Thishiwe Ziqubu.
Tune in tonight at 21:30 on SABC3, as we showcase the events that happened this weekend, not forgetting all the funny tweets that made their way to our timeline.
We bring you:
#KaraboMokoena & #SandileMontsoe
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Tonight’s guest is a formidable force of nature in the comedy industry, aptly called the ‘First Lady of Comedy.’ She is sassy, edgy, unpredictable and has managed a firm grip of her burgeoning career, with no chance of stopping.
She is the first woman to host Comedy Central presents, shared the stage with the Mzansi’s great comedians, March Lottering and David Kau, and was name in 2016 saw her named Comic of the Year at the Savanna Comic’s Choice Awards. Extending her talents, she hosted her own TV shows, WTFTUMI, which will see its 2nd season return to the screens in April 2018; the second season of Point of Order as well as a TV show alongside Alan Committie called Red Cake. Not forgetting co-hosting, the now famous, 2017 SAMAs alongside Somizi Mhlongo.
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Trending SA – Tumi Morake.
Rick Corsino, the Director of United Nations World Food Programme operations in Afghanistan says: “Children are the future of this country. By investing in children’s basic education we are contributing to the country’s development and creating a literate and self-sufficient society.” and our guest tonight lives to make sure that this happens.
Since being in office as the MEC of Basic Education, Panyaza Lesufi has made it his mission to be a hands on MEC, he’s dedicated his life to being a servant of the people. He’s a parent and also a lover of soccer at heart. A die hard Swallows supporter, he’s even gone down to the ABC Motsepe league with the birds.
Today we’re getting to know the heroic cadre behind the title. MEC Panyaza Lesufi!
In the words of the icon Nelson Mandela “Education is the strongest weapon which you can use to change the world.” and our guest would agree. As the founder of Sifiso Learning Group, Sizwe Nxasana under the subsidiary of the Sifiso Learning Group has created a futuristic model of education that is technology driven and epitomises African excellence.
Future Nation Schools aims to build a network of private schools in South Africa and across Africa – that are world class and affordable to middle class families and yet with the same quality of education that private schools provide at a hefty fee.
Not only that, Future Nation Schools aims to nourish the young minds of our future generation, with the intention of producing young African leaders who are passion-driven, confident in themselves and excel at every task they put their minds to.
In 2015 Unisa School of Business Leadership awarded him with a Leadership in Practice award. He’s also a honorary doctorate recipient, he’s a trailblazer extraordinaire in all that he does, and he gets our award of black’cellence.
He is one of the country’s best known leaders in advertising.
This trailblazing pioneer has over 2 decades of experience in
the industry. Along with his business partners, they were
ahead of the herd and broke the mould of advertising when
they founded the first black advertising agency – HerdBuoys –
and other multiple businesses under the most challenging and
adverse of environments back in the day.
Today, he serves on several boards and his autobiography -Doing Time – is a tell-all reveal about the ins and outs of the advertising industry and the world of business.