Andile Ncube is looking for talent in news anchoring, presenting, acting, music and all things entertainment-related!elevision and radio host
“If you know any young newsreader who’s kicking a$$ and needs an opportunity to break into the big time, please tag them #AndileImTalented,” wrote Andile Ncube.
Interested parties should use the #tag #AndileImTalented to load their videos that show off their talent.
“Tryna find new talent, follow #AndileImTalented also use it to post your talent and let’s let the casting begin,” wrote Andile Ncube.
This is a developing story MGOSI.co.za sent questions to Andile Ncube’s management for further details.
Andile Ncube is a respected South African television practitioner best-known for hosting SABC1’s Live also known as Live Amp.
He also presented Vuyani Mzantsi for SABC2, did the Nokia around the World Challenge for M-Net, acted in several short films and did a couple of adverts before being cast as the host of One – the precursor to LIVE (TVSA).
Andile Ncube did his last show on Live on the 28th of April 2008 after he was announced as the executive producer.
His passion for sport – Andile was once part of the Ajax football academy – saw him moving into sports presentation hosting shows such as Soccerzone and Soccer 411.
Born in Johannesburg, Andile attended seven different primary schools all over South Africa until finally returning to Johannesburg to settle down.
After matric, he decided to follow his interests in the media and studied Journalism at Pretoria Technikon. After a years’ stint at the Technikon, he enrolled with AFDA – a higher learning institution specializing in film/drama. At the same time also started working in the industry.
In 2014 Andile Ncube was also announced as the host of the South African version of the international reality competition The X Factor (The X Factor South Africa), broadcast on SABC1.
With the above credentials, Andile is surely the best person to be scouting for talent in Mzansi. #AndileImTalented is gaining momentum so don’t miss the opportunity.