South Africa’s video running a blog (vlogging) scene is rapidly developing with celebrities taking gain of being profitable from telling their tales thru the platform.
Joining the listing is US-born Leslee Dalton-Neshehe (the estranged wife of former Muvhango actor Mutodi Neshehe) and Bonolo Moeketsi, ex-spouse of TV actor Kabelo Moalusi.
The buddies have commenced a YouTube channel speak display, Salts and Pepperrr wherein they tackle their existence problems which include marriage, lifestyles after divorce and single motherhood.
Dalton-Neshehe, an authorized lifestyles instruct, become married to Mutodi for 15 years and has been in a messy divorce for the beyond years. She said her divorce became an emotional and financially painful adventure and one of the problems the channel will air.
“Bonolo and I felt that as
divorcees, it turned into important that we proportion our stories and the ache we went thru with the intention of encouraging different women obtainable who are going through the same adventure.
“We want to offer other ladies permission to speak approximately their struggles because quite a few humans do not talk out, they sense isolated and depressed.”
The first video of the show went online on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram two weeks ago with over 1,000 perspectives combined.
She stated as the platform continues to grow, they hope to provide workshops and seminars for each woman and men to assist heal a society this is broken.
Moeketsi, a mother of three ladies, has also positioned at the back of the pain she skilled in the course of her divorce method. She is now focusing on her new associate and going back to high school.
Des Latham, former GCIS chief director and social media expert, said such content material can be worthwhile however that is a fickle business, he warns.
“You won’t end up a millionaire without millions of views according to video.”
YouTube channels which might be growing in Mzansi:
The Microwave Boys – a trio of friends who host a current affairs show. The show has over 1,000,000 total perspectives and over 10,000 subscribers.
Pop Culture is run with the aid of three vloggers, Nwabisa Mda, Theme Mahlaba and Bongeka Masango. The trio tackles last problems from rape way of life, race, gender, and cash.
Interesting worldwide channels include Jada Pinkett-Smith’s Facebook display Red Table Talk.