MultiChoice Hosts His Majesty, Ba Mosata, Bakhoma Mpapatla Modjadji

The Modjadji Royal Family’s visit to MultiChoice was more than a celebration of a television premiere; it was a testament to the power of storytelling in bridging cultures and preserving history

MultiChoice had the honor of welcoming His Majesty, Ba Mosata, Bakhoma Mpapatla Modjadji of the Royal Family to MultiChoice City in Randburg. This event marked a significant moment in anticipation of the premiere of Mzansi Magic’s new prime-time drama, “Queen Modjadji.”

His Majesty was accompanied by Mokhomana Leshoto Modjadji, Mokhomana Tshepiso Molokwane, and Mokhomana Simon Ramafalo. Their visit underscored the cultural and historical significance of the series, emphasizing the importance of the Modjadji dynasty. Known for its matriarchal leadership and mystical rainmaking powers, the Modjadji lineage has ruled the Lobedu clan for centuries, making their story a crucial part of African heritage.

This visit was so important to us at MultiChoice because, as South Africa’s biggest producer of local content, we always aim to tell our African stories in a way that is true and resonates with our audiences. This vote of confidence from the Royal Family was a testament that we had done them proud in telling Queen Modjadji’s story,” she noted.

Nomsa Philiso, CEO of General Entertainment at MultiChoice

The Modjadji Royal Family’s visit to MultiChoice was more than a celebration of a television premiere; it was a testament to the power of storytelling in bridging cultures and preserving history. By bringing the rich narratives of the Balobedu to a broader audience, “Queen Modjadji” fostered a deeper understanding and appreciation of African heritage.

Their story, deeply rooted in themes of leadership, resilience, and pride, provided viewers a unique opportunity to connect with a pivotal aspect of African history. The series captivated and educated new generations and global audiences alike, reaffirming the importance of sharing these timeless cultural stories.

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