Somizi Mhlongo will speak to various celebrities about the challenges they have faced in their respective fields on Downtime with Somizi which will start on 1Magic next month Photo: SENT”/>South African celebrity Somizi Mhlongo will speak to various celebrities about the challenges they have faced in their respective fields on Downtime with Somizi which will start on 1Magic next month
BUSINESSMAN and actress Connie Ferguson will talk about the grief she felt at the death of her husband, Shona, last year.
This will be revealed in Somizi Mhlongo’s new program, Downtime with Somizi , on 1Magic, which will start on April 1, at 8.30pm.
On this they will sit down with celebrities who will do something different including exercise, garden relaxation and more, and they will end their talk by eating a delicious meal.
It appears from the program that Somizi will be asking questions that South Africans have long wanted to know.
Other celebrities who will be appearing on the show include Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Ntsiki Mazwai and her sister Thandiswa Mazwai.
“When it comes to celebrity shows who will be showcasing everything as it is, we are talking about the one that will start and we are very happy to be part of our channel. You will meet some of the biggest and most famous celebrities in the country, ”said M-Net’s Shirley Adonisi.
He said they were aware that Somizi had a program where he sat down with celebrities, but this time it would be different as there would be a chef, who would give them different food and drinks, who would be presenting the theme for the day, Xolani Mancotywa.
“We are delighted to continue introducing new programs to our viewers, in which we honor South African veterans enjoying a variety of local food. Somizi’s program will be very relevant to our viewers of different races and languages. This is another way for the channel to bring in talk shows, ”explained Shirley.
Other celebrities who will appear are T-Bo Touch and DJ Sbu in the business sector, Bobby Motaung and Shauwn Mkhize in the football industry Anele Mdoda and Thembisa Nxumalo will be talking about being brothers in their field