Masechaba Khumalo set to host new talk show on BET

Masechaba Khumalo set to host new talk show on BET

Masechaba Khumalo
Masechaba Khumalo

Radio and television presenter Masechaba Khumalo is ready to host BET show, Covid Conversations.

The once-off show are airy tonight, 23 May, on BET channel 129 at 7pm.

Masechaba, United Nations agency is additionally the spokesperson for Minister Nathi Mthethwa, are hosting a panel of individuals United Nations agency are talking everything Covid-19 and Africa.

BET Africa partnered with the African Presidential Leadership Centre (APLC) to bring conversations concerning Covid-19 and educate individuals concerning it. APLC may be a South African-based NGO that encompasses a continental focus and acts on a world scale.

“Covid Conversations may be a many-sided virtual and in-studio event that may air on BET Africa. The innovative African dialogue event focuses on contributive to the continental and world speech on Africa’s road to recovery from the pandemic. This partnership with BET Africa and APLC is symbolic and synergistic,” same Viacoms in a very statement.

The show can see Masechaba interviewing African leaders concerning solutions relating to the pandemic. The panel includes former president Kgalema Motlanthe, regional director of the International Federation of the Phonographic business for geographic region Angela Ndambuki and North American nation legislator, Alex Green.

“Given the perpetuating Western solutions round the pandemic, the event intends on lightness however the response ought to well be Africanised to form the solutions additional liable and effective as opposition mimicking untouchable solutions,” same the statement.

Charles Stith, United Nations agency is non-executive chairman of APLC, same they hoped the show would reach ample Africans.

“Covid Conversations is APLC’s effort to have interaction and empower African governments and voters to chart their path towards recovery from the Covid crisis. Our partnership with BET Africa ensures that we are going to be ready to reach millions across the continent, increasing the chances that the continent are ready to get from wherever it’s to wherever it needs to be,” he said.