SA artists consider other ways of generating income

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Gospel artist Nkanyiso Miya.
Gospel artist Nkanyiso Miya.

IT’S been a difficult time for those in the entertainment industry since the national lockdown was imposed, as they lost out on income and some were forced to close businesses or rethink their careers.

For local gospel artist Nkanyiso Miya, the lockdown was an eye opener. He said it pushed him to think of another way to generate income as he no longer had events to rely on.

Miya has since opened a company that provides grass-cutting services and employed the local youth, who were also negatively affected by the lockdown.

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