Lungile Radu adds a sports cap to his impressive CV

By Hopewell Mpapu
24 April 2017

The show is scheduled to start on 1 May.

By Hopewell Mpapu

He wears many caps, he’s an actor, presenter, businessman and producer. Lungile Radu has once again clinched a lucrative gig as co-host of SuperSport’s new show, Homeground. “It’s a show that makes sports fun for the people who don’t watch sport; it’s young, fun and vibrant. We’ve got something for everyone,” he tells us.

The 35-year-old will host the show alongside media personality, Minnie Dlamini. “I’m excited to be working with the beautiful Minnie, it’s going to be a blast, I look forward to it, as it will be my first time hosting a sports show,” he gushes.

The star, who starred as Sbu Vilakazi on Rhythm City rules out any possibility of getting back into a soapie, because “it takes a lot of time and doesn’t allow me to do other things”. The show is scheduled to start on 1 May on SuperSport and Mzansi Magic

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