Mzansi Celebs

Podcast And Chill With Mac G Celebrates 500K YouTube Subscribers

Controversial podcaster sensation, former South African radio DJ and house music producer MacGyver ‘Mac G’ Mukhevho celebrates 500k subscribers on YouTube. Celebrating this milestone on his Instagram account. The podcaster expressed his gratitude to his fans for making his podcast a success, despite mounting calls that it should be cancelled.

“Wow this is wild. Thanks to all our CHILLERS for making this possible without you we would have been cancelled long ago but we keep rising like the Phoenix  #Roadto1million,” he wrote.
MacG hosts the popular podcast Podcast and Chill with MacG. The podcaster is not new in the entertainment scene as he began his broadcasting and television career as a child star on e.TV’s popular show Craz-e, where he presented a show from 2000 to 2005.

Mac G

Soon after his departure from the channel. He joined a community radio station based in Ganghi Square called JBCCR, Joburg City Community Radio where he presented the weekly top 40 every Saturday. MacG later took a deejay’ing job at YFM. Where he hosted a number of shows at the station.

His rise to fame came after he commenced hosting the early morning show during weekdays and later the lunchtime show also on Saturdays. His popularity was then launched and his stardom had just began.
According to MambaOnline in 2010 Mukwevho was then suspended and later fired by YFM in 2010 after a complaint was registered with the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa.


The complaint came about after MacG’s and his then-colleague and producer Junior Dikwa were making fun of the gay community. Mukwevho later apologised for his remarks but was still dismissed from the radio station.

According to the afternoon broadcast of the MacG Unleashed show, Mukwevho said: “Almost time to check out what’s happening in the world of news, but before we do that, now I thought that I hate gay people, But, hey, this guy is on another level hey…”

He then joined 947 radio station where he hosted weeknight show from 10pm-01am and a dance show on Saturday 6-9pm called the 947 Block Party. In 2018, after six years of working at 947, he was let go from the station.

Source: Zalebs

In other news – Actor Vuyo Dabula fumes; sets the record straight following death rumours

Award-winning actor Vuyo Dabula is fuming. This is after someone made a TikTok video claiming he had died.

Vuyo Dabula

Vuyo, best known for playing Gadaffi on Generations: The Legacy, wants people to know he is alive and kicking. Learn more