Progress Report On Our Movers & Shakers
6. Venim: Well, let’s just say there’s nothing to say, unless I haven’t been paying enough attention. #Next
5. Eric Macheru: I got a chopping for including him last year, nonetheless, in my opinion he is a rising star, the meaning of which is relative to the individual. Apart from going for castings and gigs here and there (don’t ask me where exactly as I do not know), he’s going to appear in the new SABC 1 Sepedi show Skeem Saam. The year is not yet over and who’s to say, he might just end 2011 on a higher note.
4. Boity Thulo : Boss lady asked we remove her from the list last year as she was pervasive like hlokoloza on entertainment sites at the time but yeah Boity is worth looking out for and slowly but surely she’s making strides. This year she made the cut for FHM’s top 100 and I felt she deserved to be in the top 50 at least mara ke life goes on. She’s featured in Loyiso Bala’s music vid, the headhoncho summer catalogue amongst others, is co-presenting Caree Media Guide on SABC 1 and before I forget…she also fills Joziburg guest lists the same way Top Billing presenters fill out international passports!
3.Tumi Voster: She graduated with her Marketing Comm degree in March, Joined YFM as Warrick’s producer and co-host, and joined forces with Fundi K to host the monthly installations of PINK THURSDAYS through MyT Creations.
2. Obakeng or Soul Jock: This year he added radio producer, TV presenter (on SABC1’s Telkom Splash), and Reality TV star on Bedazzled. He’s also the key ingredient at most hot events in Jozi.
1. Lunga Shabalala: After winning the Selimathuzi Presenter search, he was parachuted to IT-Boyhood overnight which is inevitable with the national platform and exposure that comes with a show like that. He continues to walk ramps in SA in between print campaigns. You know you’re doing something right when TOP BILLING magazine puts you on their cover.
Who in your opinion is a Young Mover and Shaker in 2011, locally and internationally and has potential?