Felicia Mabuza-Suttle expresses her joy - the entertainment industry moved forward

Felicia Mabuza-Suttle expresses her joy - the entertainment industry moved forward

Despite the changing time we live in that sees women have more power and rights, some industries are slow to adapt. One such industry is the entertainment business. However, Felicia Mabuza-Suttle happily shared how there is great progress made.

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Talk show hostess and entrepreneur Felicia Mabuza-Suttle shared a post on social media highlighting the progress made in the South African entertainment industry.

She was happy to share that women are enjoying much more power in the industry.

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When I started the #FeliciaShow Nov '92, the crew was all white males. After our democracy in '94, there were sprinkles of a diverse crew, black & white. When I stopped 2004/5, I saw integrated crews. Proud to see this young crew led by a woman today. Thx @CliveMorrisProductions

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Although this kind of progress hasn't been made everywhere in the entertainment industry, it is an encouraging reminder that there is hope.

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