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Latest Christian trends on ONE Gospel’s new Re:Fresh show

 

NEW FACE ON ONE GOSPEL: Thabiso Mokhethi anchors the new Re:Fresh show at 19:00 on Fridays on Channel 331 - DStv.

ONE Gospel’s new Friday evening Re:Fresh show, launched on June 1, provides a place for viewers to catch up on the latest trends in Christian media, culture and lifestyle.

A review show with a difference; instead of giving the opinions of experts, Re:Fresh provides viewers with a platform to share their thoughts on the latest Christian movies, books, artists, music videos, albums, blogs and online media, concert experiences, new apps and gadgets  to hit the Christian market. The show is  anchored by the multi-talented Thabiso Mokhethi, who will no doubt be recognised by many viewers from his appearance in many print and TV advertisements and his role as Samuel Khumalo in the popular TV soapie, Generations.

Thabiso commented: “I’m very happy to be joining the ONE Gospel team, it allows me to continue my spiritual journey and allows me to grow as an artist, I’m a ONE Gospel viewer myself, so its exciting to be presenting a show like Re:Fresh.”

The show plays four fresh music videos every week and interviews the newest names in  Christian music. The show aims to appeal to viewers who always want to be in the know about the latest Christian music, books, movies etc.

 

 
 

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  1. Chris says:

    I love that show.