TV PRESENTER and musician Stoan Seate is back in another exciting episode of Sun’Ceda.

This week, the media personality meets Sandile Mbokazi from Orange Farm, south of Joburg who needs resources to grow his furniture manufacturing business.

Speaking to Daily Sun, Stoan said the episode was one of his favourites that he shot so far.

“Sandile is a hardworking guy but there are small things that he faces that end up being significant and hold him back from growing his business.

“He’s single-handedly raising his son and taking care of his mum. That’s why we decided to help him,” he said.

Stoan said that they assisted Sandile, who does woodwork to make ends meet, by building him a work shed that will also protect his precious work against the elements.


“They welcomed the help with open arms. It was so beautiful. It was one of those moments where you give people something small but their level of gratitude is so high,” he said.

“For me, it’s so inspirational to stick to the mission and help other people.

“It indicates that as a show, we’re on the right path.

“I am very grateful to our sponsors and everyone involved.”

The Bongo Mafin group member also revealed that they took Sandile’s mum, who is visually impaired, to a vision centre.

“While we helped Sandile we also tried to help his mum, who is his pillar of strength.

“She previously tried to have an operation that destroyed her eyes.

“We took her to a specialist centre to have her eyes checked and get her the best help that we could get under the circumstances,” said Stoan.

Catch Sun’Ceda on Thursday, 14 October at 6.30pm on Mzansi Wethu, DStv channel 163.