Word Of Mouth CEO Mandla KaNozulu said he hoped having Sho Madjozi on their show would boost ratings and attract younger viewers.
We’re happy that the singer graced the show with her musical presence. We hope her performance will be a memorable one for the viewers,” he said.
He said her appearance on the show marked one of many they will have.
“We will be featuring different art forms on the show, from musicians to dancers and visual artists to promote talent in the country. We want Muvhango to be known as the melting pot of talent in the country,” said KaNozulu.
In other news – 7 people killed and teen boy critically injured in 3-vehicle crash at Harrismith
Seven people were killed and another was critically injured when a truck, a kombi minibus, and a Pajero SUV collided on the N3 at Harrismith in the Free State on Sunday evening, paramedics said. Learn more