Busiswa to have her own reality TV show on BET Africa

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Busiswa will be sharing a glimpse of her life with viewers in her new reality show.
Busiswa will be sharing a glimpse of her life with viewers in her new reality show.
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South African reality TV shows are becoming increasingly popular. Many of our celebrities such as Bonang, Kelly Khumalo, Boity, Dineo Ranaka , Khanyi Mbau and Lasizwe have let us into their personal lives and showed us how they navigate it – and now, singer/songwriter, Busiswa is about to do the same.

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Taking to her Instagram page, the SBWL hitmaker shared a short snippet of the reality show titled, Her Majesty: Busiswa and revealed that it would air on Saturday, 20 March.

“BANTASE! I reckon it’s a great time to GET REAL with all of ya’ll! Allow me to introduce my very own reality show titled 'Her Majesty: Busiswa' starting on the 20th March at 19:30 CAT on @bet_africa channel 129. KSAZOBAMNANDI MAAN!!!  #BusiswaBET,” she captioned the post.

Instagram screenshot
Instagram screenshot.

According to a statement, cameras will follow closely as Busiswa opens her life to viewers across the continent and viewers will get to see elements of her music career, collaborations and intimate insights into her family life.

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"I look forward to sharing my truth, whereas over the years I’ve been reluctant to share anything. But I have learned that it’s more important to own my story and I'm willing to let my fans into the next level that is my private and spiritual life,” she said in the statement.

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