Zulu TV is looking for presenters, actors and voice-over artists

Mbongeni Ngema has announced that his company, Committed Artists, is to hold auditions to find presenters, actors and voice-over artists for his new Zulu TV channel, which will be launched early in 2014, in partnership with the King Zwelithini Foundation.

Zulu TV will be flighted throughout sub-Saharan Africa from Wednesday, 22 January 2014 via a new satellite that has been launched into space by SENTECH.The auditions in search of Zulu TV presenters, actors and voice-over artists will be held at KwaZulu-Natal Music House, 1 Derby Street corner Igcuce (Epsom) Road, Greyville in Durban, on Saturday, 16 November between 10:00 and 17:00.

Those interested in auditioning must be conversant in isiZulu and English. Qualified radio and TV announcers and actors of all race groups as well as aspiring raw talent will be considered for auditions.
It is essential to book a slot in order to secure an audition. To book an appointment, phone 031 309 8159 (office hours between 09:00 and 17:00) or email
Zulu TV will begin shooting programmes in December. Primarily an entertainment channel, Zulu TV aims to screen high quality programmes in High Definition format, with a strong emphasis on local productions. In addition to music programmes, content will include coverage of heritage, tourism, arts and culture, lifestyle, magazines programmes, as well as musical theatre, drama, sitcoms, movies, short films, documentaries, religion and current affairs, with internet link up through social networking.