Eastern Mosaic freshens up!

indianA mosaic is made of many pieces, a diamond has multiple facets – & the Eastern Mosaic team has  fresh new faces with the launch of the new season of this top-drawer Indian lifestyle show, Sunday November, 10th.

Without departing completely from the mix of lifestyle, culture and entertainment that has earned the show a loyal following, Eastern Mosaic will lift the curtain on some exciting developments in terms of contents and presentation.  Durban showbiz personality Jailoshni Naidoo will anchor the show, joined by a presenter team featuring Mishal Mookrey, Yajna Balgobind, Tilisha Govender, Mohammed Nassuirio and Ramona Kasavan.  The new faces have come to the fore as the cream of the crop of the Eastern Mosaic Presenter Search – and will front the show on location and in the studio.

Of course, there is always a joker in the pack and this one is named Rumba Naidoo (or Aunty Ruby Rose, to her friends and any acquaintances within earshot).  Rumba has developed a fanatical following while simultaneously stirring fierce controversy – and whatever one’s feeling about her may be, she can never be accused of being boring.  Eastern Mosaic would certainly not be the same without her and she will be back in the new season.

Entertainment becomes the focus of attention for the summer, with new releases and chart-topping tracks enjoying the lion’s (or should that be tiger’s?) share of the airtime.  Food, fashion, arts, culture and festivities will still feature in the line-up, and each week will offer a mix of entertainment, information and inspiration – aimed at topping up energy levels as the year comes to a hectic close and in anticipation of the holiday season.

No matter whether you are a loyal fan or a South African who is curious about the East, be sure to catch Eastern Mosaic on Sunday mornings at 10:30 – on SABC2, where you belong.

About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.