YoTV provided a fantastic platform for many South African celebrities. Today, we'll take a look at some former YoTV stars and see where they are now.
After leaving YoTV, the gifted presenter moved on to become an actor, portraying Ajax in the popular soap opera Generations. He also went on to make music.
She left YoTV to work as a marketing assistant for SABC1. She earned an Honours Degree in B.Comm Marketing Management. Hulisani hosted the SABC1 game program Quiz Me. She currently works in radio and was a television presenter for V-Entertainment.
He worked for both Wits FM and YFM Radio. He is also a medical doctor. Musa made his acting debut in the e.tv drama eKasi: Our Stories which aired in 2012. He also participated in the SABC1 drama series Intersexions as a supporting role. In 2017, Musa joined a panel of celebrities on the SABC3 discussion show Trending SA. He is also married Liesl Laurie.
4. Selae Thobakgale
She is the Founder of Africanvass, a social creative business, and a Strategy Director and Consultant at The Odd Number. Selae has experience in a number of professions, including acting, presenting, and production.
5. Akhumzi jezile
Following YoTV, he went on to host a variety of shows, including Fan Base. He has also been in popular dramas such as Tempy Pushas. He went on to be a successful producer at Live Amp and worked behind the scenes on the Yotv show. Sadly, he died in 2018.
6. Khanya Mkangisa
The popular actress was earlier seen in Mzansi Magic's drama series Rockville. On SABC 1, she took over as host of the lifestyle show Selimathunzi. She has since embarked on a number of roles in the acting field, appearing on soap operas such as High Rollers and Muvhango, among others.
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