Zola 7 has been one of the reality shows that was dominating the South African household in early 2000 where the Soweto-born kwaito musician Bonginkosi Dhlamini known as Zola was traveling around the country helping the people of this country, and now things are just getting hopeful again.
Zola 7 was broadcast on Sabc1 as the show gives hope to the people of this country where he made the dreams of young people real after they were struggling to achieve them because of financial problems, that they have and this has helped them to become better persons.
Now Zola is hosting another reality show called Hope with Zola which looks more familiar with the Zola 7, but many people can notice that the old show was popular than the old one and maybe the problem might be the station that the show is hosted we're it plays on Moja love.
The station is still growing because is still new and it will take time before many people start to recognize it were they only watch Jub Jub's show because it was trending on Twitter every day and this shows that people are loving it and they are watching it every week as they comment on Twitter.
Hope with Zola is different because many people are not speaking about it and they are only focusing on the situation that Zola is going through right now, and this shows how Zola 7 was so popular back in the days were the SABC didn't struggle to get-togethers to watch this shows.
Maybe Multichoice will have to come up with another strategy that will make this show popular so that the work that Zola does must be recognized again, we're the travels all the country changing the lives of the young people during these difficult times that they are going through.
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