10 South African Child Star; Where Are They Now
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Hulisani Cecilia "CC" Ravele is a South African television and radio presenter and voice artist best known as a YOTV presenter on SABC1.
Hulisani's career began in the late 90s and her rise to fame was cemented on the popular kids programme, YoTV. Hulisani successfully made the transition from kids television to mainstream media and is growing as a formidable TV Host and Radio Presenter.
Musa Mthombeni is a former media personnel, presenter, and actor. As a South African presenter, he is famous for presenting most of the shows on YOTV. ... The actor has been a presenter on YOTV. If you wish to know more about the multi-talented presenter, going through his biography is one of the simplest hacks to try out.
Once in the showbiz industry, and now in the medical field, he makes headlines for all the right things. He is a fully-fledged doctor, despite making a comeback to TV, his primary career is in the medical field
Kwaito star, Mzambiya, real name Nkosinathi Zwane, has changed his trademark name. ... The artist, who has now gone back to Bulldwagz Entertainment, which discovered him, also said he deserted the name “Mzambiya”, which is nickname for Zola township in Soweto , because he has now matured like a fine wine
His debut came in 2000 after his single Mele Senzeni became a hit song. He is also known for his song Jersey Number 10 that made headlines, not only in South Africa but globally. The artist joined SABC1 music and dance show in 2014 as a producer. He has always had a soft spot for music
4. Siphiwe Mtshali
Siphiwe Mtshali is an actor and television presenter. He is best known for presenting SABC 1 kids show Yo-TV
Born 1981, in Diepsloot, Soweto, Gauteng, Siphiwe Mtshali, rose to fame when he became the host of the popular dance show, Jam Alley. Siphiwe's father is a bishop at a Zion church
5. Khanya Mkhanyisa
Starting her career at a young age and today she is one of the leading actresses. Khanya Mkangisa is one of the icons who made it in the entertainment industry at a young age. ... She started her career at the age of 14 and ever since she has been working on her growth as an entertainer, host and a television presenter
The popular beauty once starred in the Mzansi Magic drama series Rockeville. She replaced Zizo Beda as SABC 1's presenter for the lifestyle show Selimathunzi. She also hosted the Chevrolet Feather Awards which embraces the LGBT community. Today, she has a role in the popular Mzansi Magic's
6. Mandisa Nakana
Mandisa Nakana used to be a voiced presenter who used to be on Yo-TV.The young, bright and husky voiced presenter who used to be on Yo-TV has now returned to our screens, she is now back in front of the cameras. Mandisa moved to the UK to start a new family with her Husband Daniel Taylor and their three kids
Mandisa lives in London and is a mother-of-three, she now works as a teacher at a primary school and she absolutely loves her job. She also kick-started a YouTube channel known as Shine Your Light, where she highlights her life journey and thoughts
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