YoTV child stars hosted a virtual reunion – and this is what they’re all up to now

Media personality Hulisani Ravele (PHOTO:GALLO IMAGES)
Media personality Hulisani Ravele (PHOTO:GALLO IMAGES)

Former YoTV Disney Cartoon Café presenters recently hosted a virtual reunion where they caught up and shared what they have been doing with their lives since their days as child stars ended.

The reunion included the likes of Hulisani “CC” Ravele, Byron Taylor, Selae Thobakgale, Sade Giliberti, Lara Toselli and Mandisa Nakana Taylor.

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Hulisani shared clips from the reunion on social media.

The presenters, who are now all grown up and living in different parts of the world, were excited and thrilled to see one another after so many years and they shared the different careers they have ventured into.

In the clips shared by Hulisani, Sade revealed that she still works in the TV industry as a presenter but in London where she currently lives, and she's also an events manager.

Selae shared that she is in the marketing industry as a brand strategist and she runs her own strategic consultancy company, while completing her MBA in creative leadership in Berlin, Germany.

Hulisani co-hosts the weekend breakfast show on 947 and revealed that she has a talk show in the works that she has been trying to find funding for, while also being a project manager.

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Lara is an actress and a writer. She revealed that she is writing a feature film, while Byron moved to New Zealand three years ago and he owns a production company.

Mandisa lives in London and is a mother-of-three, she now works as a teacher at a primary school and she absolutely loves her job.

They all celebrated the fact the they are now in their early 30s and are doing great things from all corners of the world.

Watch their sweet virtual reunion here:

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