They’ve come a long way to make the grade, and now they’re joining Craze! Meet the new additions to the spunky and charismatic Craze youngsters: Charnte Hartzenberg, Jerida Tsipa, Mpho Mofokeng, Thabiso Seboka and Vuyokazi Mtwa.

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The five newly-crowned winners of the Craze presenter search will appear across various shows including Sistahood, Frenzy and Shiz Live daily, joining the talented line up of Craze presenters who have been holding the fort.

Studying towards a Bachelor of Science in molecular and cell biology at the University of the Witwatersrand is Jerida Tsipa. Jerida says she is blessed and grateful to be granted the opportunity to be a Craze presenter and hopes to inspire young individuals in the same way Basetsana Khumalo has inspired her, one day. When asked what she is passionate about, she added science, and specifically women in science, to her passion for presenting.

Hailing from Vosloorus is the talented Mpho Mofokeng, a creative, artist and entertainer at heart, who is out to build a brand that young people can look up to.Thabiso Seboka calls himself “the young king”. In addition to his TV presenting certification, Thabiso is currently completing his qualification in performing arts with the Market Theatre Laboratory.

Charnte Hartzenberg has already had great opportunities in the entertainment industry, including lead roles in the Sweet Charity Musical, FAME and a Disney World advert. The Capetonian seems to have been born for the limelight.

It is clear that passion drives Vuyokazi Mtwa, well known as Layla. She speaks four languages and is good with accents, including a Jamaican accent. Vuyokazi is also an aspiring rapper and actress.

Catch the talented new presenters on Craze from Monday, 1 October at 3:55pm on

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