From TV to comedy

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He is a well-known television personality who has made his mark as one of the youthful presenters of the My African Dream (MAD) show. He is witty, funny and describes himself as opinionated, but most people would agree that he has the gift of making viewers fall in love with him on screen. This gift has now driven Prince Macheng towards comedy.

Indeed Macheng is making waves in the comedic circles and he does not intend to stop any time soon. Being in the limelight is not something new for the youngster.

"My big TV break came in 2008 when I was one of the lucky people to be the presenter of MAD, but before that I had auditioned for Mantlwaneng and didn't make the cut. This did not bring me down.  Rather I worked on myself," he said. He said that he practiced before he went for the next auditions. "Everything I do I take it seriously," he said.  

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