Lorna Maseko Biography
Lorna Maseko is a South African television presenter, ballet dancer, choreographer, MC and the Managing Director of Fabulous Production.
In 2007 she was chosen as November Woman In Action by True Love Magazine and was selected as the final top 12 for the Top Billing presenter search competition. She was also nominated as the Cosmopolitan Awesome Woman in December 2007, but she wasn’t going to stop there. In 2009 she launched her fragrance Pirouette by LornaM, this is the mark that symbolises the change Maseko has bought into the South African ballet industry. A symbol that will live beyond her years!
Lorna has worked as a presenter and producer of an entertainment programme called Afro Showbiz News as well as co-hosted and produced a live current affairs, magazine breakfast show, The Weekender on SABC News International (previously known as SABC Africa) – yet again adding another element to this darling bud of Africa.
Lorna Maseko Age
She was born on 3 July 1983. Maseko is 35 years as of 2018.
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Lorna reveals how she went from one of the first black ballet dancers landing lead sa roles to presenting to running her own business.
As a kid, what did you want to be when you were all grown up and why?
Lorna Maseko: I can’t recall specifically what I wanted to be, but I knew I wanted to be something unique and great. I guess getting into ballet, an art form I knew nothing about, awarded me that…
How do you feel about that now?
Lorna Maseko: I’m really proud of everything that I have achieved, but I have such high ambitions to achieve even more – especially in the television culinary space, as well running my business Fabulous Productions, which I’ve been doing so since 2007.
If you did, did you do something specific to make that dream happen during high school?
Lorna: I was lucky enough to have gone to an Art school, which helped enhance my love for the Art form even more…
Did you apply for any tertiary education courses after high school? If so, where and why?
Lorna Maseko: I studied so many things, but never quite figured out what I wanted to do. It was only in 2005 when I decided to study a Bcomm in Business Management. I also enrolled in culinary school.
Are you happy with the choices you made following high school and why/ why not?
Lorna Maseko: I’ve been happy with my career choices so far… although I think from a business perspective I wish I was a lot further than I currently I am… But I’m at it and I won’t stop…
Any advice you would give this year’s grade 11’s and matrics on their after-high-school plans?
Lorna Maseko: You don’t need to have it all figured out now. The best thing you can do is discover what your passions are and learn how to make money from the things you love.
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Amanda Black, Lorna Maseko and more added to DStv Delicious Festival line-up
An array of stars like Amanda Black and Lorna Maseko have been added to the sixth DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival which will take place on Heritage weekend on 22 and 23 September 2018.
Other celebs set to headline the two-day fest at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand, which will also feature previously announced act Erykah Badu (performing on Sunday, 23 September) and multi-instrumentalist Jordan Rakei, who recently wowed local fans when he played his first-ever South African gig at The Cape Town Jazz Festival in 2018.
Rising youthful voice, Amanda Black will join a league of leading women on the Womandla set, on Saturday, 22 September. She will be part of a festive celebration of the power of women in music and heritage alongside the ever-elegant singer-songwriter, Lira whilst the cultural force of song, Simphiwe Dana will lend her magic to the main stage as well.
Liz Ogumbo, the Kenyan born singer-songwriter who is making her name as a fashion model and producer is billed to perform on Sunday, 23 September with hits like Maro Pamore and Whatchyu Know About Her? Inspired by a wide-range of music including jazz, soul, and even hip-hop, Ogumbo plans to leave behind a beautiful impression on anyone who will be listening to her music. The globe-trotting renaissance DJ, Miss Ducasse, whose love for house helped establish Durban’s deep house music scene before taking to the world, will be bringing her old school house music tunes to the stage. She will be opening both event days at the Vodacom Dance Arena hosted by Oskido and Kaya FM, ensuring that the entire event embodies endless euphoria.
Opening the main stage is the fast climbing afro-soul star, Zethe who’ll bring the magic on Sunday 23 September, sharing the stage with Erykah Badu who’ll close the Main Stage and festival. The KZN born talent has a background in Afro-Soul and Jazz, and having studied Jazz at the University of KZN.
Sun-El Musician, the award-winning producer behind the infectious hit, Akanamali, is one of the newly confirmed list of performers too at the festival. Both he and the Congolese-born multi award winning and platinum selling 2015 breakout singer-songwriter and producer, Tresor will give us a performance of a lifetime as they do a collaborative set on the festival’s Main Stage.
These two powerful artists, known for their unique sounds and catchy melodies, will work together to curate a set exclusively for DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival which will leave fans and patrons ready to groove the day away as they warm up the stage for Erykah Badu’s performance.