Aaron Moloisi making waves in the media

By Drum Digital
30 October 2013

Aaron Moloisi has not limited his reach and is expanding his media influence

Aaron Moloisi is a well-known face on our small screens. But this talented star has not limited his reach and is expanding his media influence

South Africa was first introduced to the 34-year-old actor way back when he was a presenter on the afternoon youth show, Take 5.

Now the Limpopo born star continues to be relevant on our screens long after the start of his TV career in 2002.

Currently the talented star presents SABC 1’s Education talk show Shift.

Recently he has been roped in to be host for the business reality show, Rize Mzansi. The opportunity to host this entrepreneur show is right up Moloisi’s alleyway.

Moloisi is a businessman too, who runs a media company, called Moloisi Media House. Like any business person he takes risk and ventures into many industries.

Not only is he a TV host, but he is also a professional voice over artist speaking over six languages, namely, Pedi, Sesotho, Setswana, IsiZulu, isiXhosa, a bit of Xitsonga and Tshivenda and English.

In a recent interview Moloisi revealed that his company has launched their first artist MsiziWORLD.

Added to his blazing career is acting roles. In 2007 he played the role of Hector in the controversial mini-series After Nine, where he was a gay lover.

He was also an anchor on SABC3’s investigative show Special Assignment.

Moloisi has remained anchored all throughout his career in the spotlight. And we look forward to more star studded performances from him.

-       Tsakane Ndlovu

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