TV PRESENTER and musician Stoan Seate (46) is over the moon.

This is because Daily Sun’s much-loved TV show Sun’Ceda, which aims to help people, is back for another season. Speaking to Daily Sun, Stoan said the new season would be filled with feel-good stories.

“It has been hectic shooting the show because we had limited time due to Covid-19 restrictions. I’m glad we were able to manage so we could continue with our mission to impact people’s lives in a good way,” he said.

He said shooting the new season was not as emotionally taxing as the first.

“This is because we have taken things up a notch and included feel-good stories about people doing great things in their communities, rewarding them and giving them resources to do more good.”


He said: “Community builders don’t get a lot of help from the government but they stay strong and stick to their goals. However, there comes a point where strong people also need support and gratitude for being selfless.”

Stoan said the experience of shooting in 2020 helped the crew navigate the process more easily this year.

“Unfortunately, because of the restrictions, the show was based only in Gauteng,” he said.

Stoan said the new season would premier on Mzansi Magic at the end of September.

“This means the show will be on air for most of the festive season, which is good as it’s the season of giving. Those who wish to give to the people we visited can contact me on social media as more help is always welcomed.”