Speaking on the decision to go on the web, Makamba said “The internet is the greatest democracy and this led us to do an independent release online. You will be able to stream the show directly on Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms. This will fill a gap and allow Zimbabweans in the diaspora to see what’s happening at home.”
The 25 minute show will have three segments; an opening monologue , followed by a one on one interview with a person of interest, ending with an acoustic performance on the Coca-Cola Sound Stage. Episode 1 features songstress Ammara Brown. TWZ as it’s now being referred to is produced by award winning start up Nafuna TV. Director of the TV show Nqobizitha “Enqore” Mlilo shed more light on what viewers can expect to see in the first season.
“TWZ is the voice of a new generation. It touches on key issues that affect Zimbabweans and ultimately young Africans at large. Hosted by one of Zimbabwe's most promising stars in Zororo, TWZ aims to provide a fresh perspective on topics as well as show a different side to personalities Zororo interviews.”
On radio, Makamba started his career at radio station ZiFM Stereo and season 1 will see the likes of Beatrice Mtetwa, Philip Chiyangwa, Wayne Black, Sir Nige, &amp; pole dancer Bev take the hot seat. Comedians PO BOX are also rumoured to make numerous guest experiences.
The show is presented by Blue Ridge Supermarket and supported by Jaguar, Telecel Zimbabwe, Mugg &amp; Bean, US Embassy Public Affairs Section &amp; Coca-Cola.Post published in: Arts