Makamba produces online talk show

Genre : Cultural projects
Principal country concerned : Column : Cinema/tv
Release/publication date : January 2015
Published on : 01/07/2015
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RADIO personality Zororo Makamba's current affairs online talk show, Tonight With Zororo Episode 1, Season 1, will be released today at

The 25-minute show will have three segments: An opening monologue, one-on-one interview with a person of interest and an acoustic performance on the Coca-Cola Sound Stage.

Today's first episode was produced by award-winning Nafuna TV creative director Nqobizitha "Enqore" Mlilo and it features songstress Ammara Brown.

Speaking to NewsDay from Los Angeles, United States where he is studying for a Masters of Fine Arts at New York Film Academy, Makamba said the talk show was part of the voice of the new generation of broadcasters.

"Tonight With Zororo is a vibrant talk show that tackles various issues from the perspective of the young urbanite. It touches on key issues that affect Zimbabweans and ultimately young Africans at large," Makamba said.

He said the programme would be streamed directly on Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms.

Makamba said Season 1 would see the likes of top human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa, businessman Philip Chiyangwa, retired legend tennis player Wayne Black and raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda taking the hot seat.

This is not the first time for Makamba to be featured on small screen.

He has produced a documentary titled Kushaya Zororo.

The documentary was a project undertaken by Nafuna TV profiling Makamba who is also an entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Makamba holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Michigan State University in the United States.


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