Kumnandi Ekhaya Fest releases MCs line-up


Popular South African actress, Nokuthula "Nocxy" Mabika who played the role of Thobile in the popular soapie Uzalo, has been announced as one of the (emcees) MCs at this year’s Kumnandi Ekhaya Music Fest billed for September 30, 2022 in Thamaga.

Nocky joins a formidable lineup of local MCs among others, Hey Nyeenaah, T.H.A.B.O and Joey Badubi. Nocky burst onto the acting scene with her role as Thobile on popular soapie Uzalo, earning her a Best Supporting Actress award at the Simon Sabela Film and Television Awards. She won over fans with her role and was recognised for her hard work. The star adapted to life on set quickly after graduating from varsity and she is also an MC. Another MC is Theo Botshelo Bome, popularly known as Hey Nyeenaah and is one of the most booked MCs in the country. Hey Nyeenaah is a local entertainer and hype man whose career in the entertainment industry started with a simple vine on a video-sharing focused social networking service Tik-Tok with famous line, “hey nyeenaah’ and went viral.

The young man from Kanye was born in Serowe but raised in Moshupa. To add more spice to the line-up, there is Joey Badubi who started gaining popularity through OverView Radio podcast. Badubi’s OverView Radio is a Podcast station/network and platform that provides and hosts various kinds of Podcasts and features popular societal figures. T.H.A.B.O needs no introduction and he is the only one on the line-up who has been doing the emceeing job for many years.

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