Moshe Ndiki, a TV and radio personality who just wrapped up filming for “Gomora,” is preparing to anchor the popular Mzansi Wethu programme “Mntase” when it returns to television in October for a second season.
Ndiki will succeed life coach, author, radio presenter, and entrepreneur Lungi Magwaza, who hosted a successful season one earlier this year. The popular reality programme, which aims to restore the damaged connections between feuding brothers, was well received by viewers in its first season.
Ndiki announced the news on Instagram.
“Gods Grace, kindness and favour…. Always. meet you on the 22nd October on Mzansi Wethu,” he said in the description.
The actor has gotten a lot of encouragement from his fellow professionals as he gets ready to take on his new job.
“Celebrity Game Night” host Ayanda Thabethe wrote: “Checkmate 🔥.”
Influencer and content creator Mihlali Ndamase said: “Congratulations my diye 😍👏🔥.”
Although supporters were excited to see Ndiki take on additional presenting roles.
You’re hosting once again, finally, Karabelo Lenatha wrote. I missed the spiciness of “You promised to marry me” and “Uyangithanda na?,” which we received as hosts.
“I’m already giggling at the type of questions Moshe is going to ask,” said Khanyi MaNgwane Zwide.
Ndiki was allegedly sacked from “Gomora” after getting into a physical fight with a social media blogger last month, but Mzansi Magic promptly shot down the rumours.
The director of M-Local Net’s Entertainment Channels, Shirley Adonisi, stated: “Episodes are pre-shot, and storylines often alter. The Faku suspension plot line was established before Moshe and Musa’s altercation, therefore it has no connection to it at all. It was never stated that the “suspension” is permanent.
Mzansi Wethu will broadcast “Mntase” on October 22 at 9 p.m. (DStv channel 163).