Hip-hop and urban music channel from Viacom International Media Networks Europe, MTV Base, has crowned Ntandose Mosibi as the winner of the MTV Base VJ Search 2018 winner.
The 25-year-old from Daveyton in Johanneburg follows the foot-steps of the likes of Sizwe Dhlomo, Fikile “Fix” Moeti, Nomuzi Mabena, Sandile Ntshingila and Tshego Koke who have used this opportunity to grow in the entertainment industry.
This year’s search scoured four of the country’s biggest cities looking for the very best in TV presenting talent, personality and sheer charisma.
The ceremony was hosted by the 2017 winner of the search, the hunky and talented rising star, Tshego Koko from Pretoria.
The annual competition, in partnership with Breezer and in association with Fiat discovered over 8 000 potential winners, who were later eliminated to three finalists: Namibian-born and Cape Town-based, Nalitye Shaninga and Angolan-born Joburger, Jonatao Morais.
Ntandose Mosibi, who describes herself as “passionate, strong, and colourful.”
“I still cannot believe I won, [it] feels like someone is going to wake me up and say I am being pranked, it all hasn’t sunk in. I am super excited to be part of the MTV Base team, finally, my dreams to work on television are coming true,” she said
Ntandose walked away with a prize package valued at over half a million rand comprising a 12-month contract with MTV Base, a year’s supply of fruity Breezers, a brand new Fiat Tipo, and an all-expenses paid trip to Thailand courtesy of Breezer to celebrate her win.
Award-winning actor and funny man Thomas Gumede (Ridiculousness Africa), presenter and actress Boity Thulo, singer Kelly Khumalo and comedian Tol A$$ Mo (You Got Got), were the 2018 MTV Base VJ Search judges in the finals.
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