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‘My Story’ to debut on Zambezi Magic

A BRAND new series called My Story will premiere on DStv’s Zambezi Magic in May, with season one episode featuring singer Mampi , footballer Christopher Katongo and Zambia’s first female lawyer and former chief justice Lombe Chibesakunda.
The series, produced by Media365 and directed by Fred Phiri, will start on May 4 at 18:00 hours featuring the flying Sikh Satwant Singh, the eight-time Africa rally champion.
My Story is said to be an upbeat, personal journey into the intimate lives of some of our well-known celebrities.
“Viewers will be taken on a touching journey from their formative years through trials and tribulations and to the present day. While at times deeply emotional and with a strong personal narrative, the show will be conversational and light,” reads a statement released by MultiChoice Zambia.
“Behind the fame and fortune of southern African celebrities’ lives, lie the hardship, the heartache as well as the moments of joy and triumph that most people will never have known about or have access to. To kick off the series, season one of My Story takes an intimate look into the lives of Zambia’s prominent personalities from diverse backgrounds such as politics, law, sports, business and entertainment.”
Head of Zambezi Magic Addiel Dzinoreva says they are excited to finally provide a series that enables a diverse range of personalities to share their inspirational stories across southern Africa.
“We have so much to learn and share with each other. The first season will focus on Zambia but the series will eventually move throughout the region because we want everyone to share their stories,” Addiel says.
“With the first season of My Story, we want to give the inside story of the well-known and celebrated Zambian personalities to the viewers. Most of the time, we only know what these people do, but the show takes you into their life literally; that is what we want our viewers to know.”
Addiel says Zambezi Magic will continue providing local content to viewers in the region tending to both specific and broader needs of the audience.
“We want to bring shows that can also cut across physical and cultural boundaries and My Story is perfect,” he says.

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