- The talented media personality shared a snap of himself on the set of the upcoming TV programme
- Oros' peers in the entertainment industry and his fans took to the star's comment section to congratulate him for getting the job
Media personality Oros Mampofu has bagged a new hosting gig. The star took to social media on Wednesday, 9 June to announce that he's the new host of MTV's Ghosted Africa show.
The excited former Skeem Saam actor took to Instagram to share the good news with his followers and friends. The star shared a snap of himself on set of the upcoming show. He wrote:
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"Introducing your host: Ghosted Africa."
His peers in the entertainment industry and his fans took to his comment section to congratulate him. Check out some of the comments below:
Natasha Thahane said:
"Congratulations Ntwana Yam E’strong."
Bianca Carmichael wrote:
"Yoh with our fellow South African personalities!!! Kuzoba LIT!!!"
"Our very own host. Broer."
"Lights, camera, action!"
"Congratulations on the gig."
"Yessss, our very own host."
Former 'Skeem Saam' cast members reunite
In other news, Briefly News reported that former Skeem Saam cast members reunited recently. Natasha Thahane, Oros Mampofu, Nozuko Ncayiyane and Clement Maosa posted a video of themselves belting out the telenovela's popular soundtrack.
The soundtrack of the show is a song by rapper Tuks Senganga. The four actors were having a great time on the clip shared by Oros on his Instagram account a few days ago. The only person who is still with the show is Clement. He plays the role of Kwaito.
Natasha, Nozuko and Oros left the SABC 1 soapie back in 2016. Nozuko is currently one of the lead actors on DiepCity. Natasha has appeared on shows such as The Queen, Lockdown Mzansi and Blood & Water. Oros has also been doing very well. He has appeared on shows such as Harvest, Ingoma and Rhythm City.
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Source: Briefly News