South Africa’s video running a blog (vlogging) scene is unexpectedly developing, with celebrities taking gain of earning profits from telling their tales via the platform.
Joining the listing are US-born Leslee Dalton-Neshehe (the estranged wife of former Muvhango actor Mutodi Neshehe) and Bonolo Moeketsi, ex-wife of TV actor Kabelo Moalusi.
The friends have started a YouTube channel talk display, Salts and Pepperrr, addressing their troubles with marriage, existence after divorce, and single motherhood.
Dalton-Neshehe, an authorized life train, became married to Mutodi for 15 years and has been in a messy divorce for years. She said her divorce turned into an emotionally and financially painful adventure, one of the issues the channel will air.
“Bonolo and I felt that as
divorcees, it became crucial that we proportion our reviews and the ache we went via to encourage different ladies going through the journey.
“We want to give different women permission to speak about their struggles, due to the fact quite a few humans do not communicate out, they feel remoted and depressed.”
The first video of the show went online on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram two weeks ago with over 1,000 views.
She said as the platform continues to develop, they desire to offer workshops and seminars for both men and women to assist in healing a society that is damaged.
Moeketsi, a mom of 3 girls, has also positioned in the back of the pain she experienced all through her divorce manner. She now specializes in her new accomplice and returns to high school.
Des Latham, former GCI’s lead director and social media expert, stated that such content material can be profitable; however, he warns that this is a fickle enterprise.
“You may not come to be a millionaire without hundreds of thousands of perspectives, according to video.”
YouTube channels which can be grown in Mzansi:
The Microwave Boys is a trio of friends hosting a contemporary affairs display. The display has over one million overall views and over 10,000 subscribers.
Pop Culture is administered through three vloggers: Nwabisa Mda, Thembe Mahlaba, and Bongeka Masango. The trio tackles serious problems from rape subculture, race, gender, and cash.
Interesting worldwide channels include Jada Pinkett-Smith’s Facebook show, Red Table Talk.