- Linda Mtoba is hosting a new show sponsored by Huggies focusing on parenting advice for moms and dads
- The actress shared the news on her Instagram page and the show will be airing on the Mama Magic YouTube channel
- A number of Mzansi celebrities are excited for Linda as she ventures into new territory in show business
Mzansi actress Linda Mtoba is reaching even greater heights in her career. Linda is set to host a new parenting show sponsored by the baby brand Huggies. The show is called Lights Camera Baby.
Linda is a mother to her beautiful daughter who she refers to as Bean. Bean is loved by a number of Mzansi social media users and she bagged an endorsement deal and a billboard with a well-known diaper company at a few weeks old.
Lights Camera Baby is going to focus on sharing parenting advice and will be airing on the Mama Magic channel on YouTube. Linda shared the news on Instagram with her followers.
"Something for the Mamas and Dadas! Lights Camera Baby is a new parenting series that is here to help us parents navigate through our parenting journey! And I am your host," wrote Linda.
The new episodes of the show will be airing every Saturday on the Mama Magic YouTube channel at 09:30 AM.
A number of Mzansi celebrities were excited about the new show. Take a look at the reactions below:
mpoomy_ledwaba commented: "This is amazing!"
asavela__m commented: "Whoop whoop. Congratulations mama."
lerato_kgamanyane said: "Love it!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Clement Maosa shared that he wanted to be YoTV presenter growing up. Clement Maosa took to social media to share that he had fantasised about being on television since he was a little kid.
The qualified lawyer and talented actor has clearly reached one part of his dream since he stars on the soapie Skeem Saam, but Clement revealed that there was a very specific TV job he wanted.
He shared that he dreamed of being a presenter on YoTV. Clement posted that his childhood fantasy was to be a presenter on the youth channel. Clement revealed that, despite being a little too old to be an actual presenter on the channel, he got close to his dream.
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