- Anele has partnered up with two of her 947 colleagues and they have started a production company called Rose and Oaks
- The production company aims to produce original concepts for TV that will put Mzansi on the map
- Its aims to get international companies to buy it's ideas from Mzansi rather than stealing our talent and shine
Mzansi’s ray of sunshine, Anele Mdoda always has a spring in her step and a plan in her pocket. She has partnered up with two of her 947 family members to create something real special.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Anele chose to partner up with Frankie du Toit and Paul Buys, colleagues of her from 947 Breakfast show. The tree musketeers are forming a brand new content production company.
Between the three of them, they have over 40 years of experience in TV, Radio and other areas of the entertainment industry. They have formed an entertainment power team.
The production company is called Rose and Oaks. The name is a summation of the crew. Anele is the rose as she is the only female and the two guys are the oaks, reported the Daily Sun. Catchy and cleaver.
Rose and Oaks aims to create innovative and original concepts for TV productions. They will be doing everything from series to advertising.
In an interview with The Media Online, Anele stated that their aim is to be so big international TV channels buy their shows. Yuuus, baby girl, think big!
Even though they want to go international, their aim is to start the show at home in Mzansi first. They want to showcase Mzansi on an international level.
Rose and Oaks is already up and running and in motion. There are currently three original concept shows in development. We cannot wait to see what they are brewing for us.
Anele and the guys want to put Mzansi on the map. They don’t want international companies to steal our talent anymore, they want them to buy our ideas and use our talent to make something amazing.
It is time that the world sees what Mzansi is capable of and knows that we do not need them to make something a success.
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