Video: Hope Mbhele host a new SABC 1 New music show

Video: Hope Mbhele host a new SABC 1 New music show

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Hope Mbhele has her hand in several things in the entertainment industry. Her debut was made as a radio host as she followed the footsteps of her mother, who was a radio DJ too. The Umkhokha actress Hope Mbhele is set to host a new SABC 1 music show called Issa vibe.

Hope has announced on her social media accounts that she will host a new music show that debuts today at 6 pm on SABC1. This is her debut as a Television show host. The actress is popularly known for her role as Busisiwe in the Mzansi Magic faith-based drama series, Umkhokha. She has been a radio host for several years, though.

 

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Hope has been slaying her role as a young woman who was forced to marry a man she didn’t love but slowly fell in love with her husband. In Umkhokha, she is stuck between her family and her in-laws’ war. Her marriage to Sphamandla, which is only on paper, does nothing to help her case. Her role in the drama series is not her first role. She has been in a Showmax movie called Goodbye Gogo, where she played alongside Themba Mtshali-Jones.

 

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While growing up, Hope watched her mother, who was in the entertainment industry as a radio DJ and fell in love with the job. When she grew older, she got a role on the radio hosting a show. At first, her voice was squeaky due to nervousness, and her first show was a disaster. However, she has been in the industry for years and hosts two shows, Breakfast Gang and Sunday Chill Zone.

Hope Mbhele is also a fast-rising businesswoman. She started a natural hair products range at a young age due to her trouble with her own. She mixed creams and oils and found what worked for her hair. People started asking what she used and asked her to sell the mixed oils. She started selling in her hood, and the business grew.

As she grew older, she followed her mother’s footsteps again in the taxi business. She owns four taxis currently but hopes to grow her business as time goes on. Hope also started a magazine for the youth called Youff magazine. She dreams that the magazine will grow and be distributed all over Africa.