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Thursday, May 3, 2018

First episode of e.tv's new showbiz magazine show, The Spotlight, will see Tanya Nefdt go yachting with Irish band The Script; as well as reporting on Kanye West, Akhumzi Jezile's death, and Black Coffee's controversial Israel tour.


The first episode of e.tv's new weekly showbiz magazine show, The Spotlight, will report on Kanye West's latest slavery remarks, the death of TV presenter Akhumzi Jezile and feature an interview with the Irish band The Script.

e.tv this week announced that it has given the eNews and eNCA reporter Tanya Nefdt her own weekly show, The Spotlight, that will be broadcast on eNCA, e.tv as well as the eBella channel on MultiChoice's DStv satellite pay-TV platform and Platco Digital's OpenView HD free-to-air satellite TV service.

The Spotlight's first episode will talk about Kanye West’s Twitter storm over his comments on slavery, Black Coffee bounces back from his controversial Israel tour and look at how South Africa is mourning the death of actor and TV presenter Akhumzi Jezile, the former Joyous Celebration singer Siyasanga Kobese and actor Thobani Mseleni

The show will also speak to fans about the recent Chance The Rapper concert in South Africa

In an exclusive TV interview, Tanya Nefdt also speaks to the award-winning Irish band The Script. She went yachting with the rockers in Cape Town, and in light of South Africa's recent Freedom Day celebrations, asked them what lies behind the title of their latest album, Freedom Child.

The Spotlight will also include a look at the latest movie releases including Walt Disney's A Wrinkle In Time with Oprah Winfrey, the romantic teen fantasy drama Every Day and the comedy I Feel Pretty with Naomi Campbell and Amy Schumer.