Staff Writer

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Johannesburg – After a three-year hiatus, religious lifestyle show Zuri, is back on the airwaves.

Hosted by television broadcaster and youth development practitioner Ayanda Allie, Zuri produces content that is aimed at the cosmopolitan Christian woman.


“Zuri is a companion for women who are self-actualizing by climbing the corporate ladder, raising happy families, nurturing healthy relationships and positively impacting society the godly way”, said Ayanda.

In a world where people are yearning for divine intervention, spiritual guidance and emotional wellness in order to better navigate the affairs of this life, season two of Zuri could not have come at a better time. Zuri tackles topics such as African spirituality, gender dynamics and mental health, so as to help the viewer in their quest for meaning and purpose.

Produced by Shekinah Media in partnership with The Islanders, the second season of Zuri lives up to its pledge to disseminate relevant, high quality and biblically sound lifestyle, entertainment, talk and human-interest content, to its target market, which comprises black, urban women aged between 25 and 50 years.

The show, which launches today 5 April 2022, will air on Tuesday evenings at 18:30 on TBN, DSTV Channel 343.

Additional content will be found on the following platforms:

Youtube: Zuri TV Facebook: @ZuriOnlineTV Twitter: @ZuriTv Instagram: zuri_tv