Singer Yolanda Vuthela bags a TV gig

Singer Yolanda Vuthela bags a TV gig

Singer Yolanda Vuthela bags a TV gig

Gospel craftsman Yolanda Vuthela has handled a major TV gig. On Sunday, she began introducing the show Ezokholo on Mpuma Kapa TV, which airs on DStv’s Bay TV (channel 260).

She co-has the show close by Bishop Bongs Xhalabile. Addressing SunBuzz, Yolanda said it had consistently been her fantasy to introduce a TV show.

“I’ve never introduced a show, so this is my first time,” she said.

“Therefore, I have no insight as a TV moderator or anchor person.

“The main time I’m before the camera is the point at which I’m shooting a music video for my music.

“Notwithstanding that, I’ve generally had this fantasy. I’d see myself introducing a show. I even declared it on my web-based media pages that one day I’d present a TV show.

“At the time I was just standing up of energy. There was no sign or anything that focuses toward that path.

“Yet, as a Christian I was only utilizing my confidence to bring the TV show into reality.

“Today I’m happy that I’ve procured what I planted. I had confidence in my heart and I talked it into reality.”

Yolanda didn’t go for tryouts. All things being equal, she was scouted by the makers.

“They found me and extended to me the employment opportunity. From the start, I was anxious however figured out how to quiet down. As another moderator, I needed no missteps. Since we’ve done a couple of scenes, I’m feeling somewhat good and loose.”

The show plans to surrender a stage to and-coming gospel specialists.

“My job is to introduce, share my encounters with the craftsmen and guide them. As far as I might be concerned, this is the best honor. It offers me a chance to serve,” she said.

She said this new stage would upgrade her music profession.

“I accept this open door truly in light of the fact that, by and large, I’m known as Butho Vuthela’s significant other.

“Yet, presently individuals will likewise observe that I do this independently from my significant other.

“As far as I might be concerned, this is development in my music profession and social space.”

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