Award-winning South African singer and TV personality Loyiso Bala called it a quit after serving for 5 years at Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).

The gospel star joined the faith & family television network back in 2016 as a host of TBN Meets With Loyiso Bala on TBN Africa on DSTV.

Three years down the line, the star was promoted as the channel director of TBN Africa. In a Instagram post, the star revealed his accomplishment over his time at the broadcasting channel. He said he managed to open 2 extra channels as director and also contributed massively to the growth of viewership on the channel.

“April officially marked the end of a magnificent 5 years at TBN Africa. I would like to express my thanks for all the support and opportunities of growth the organization has given me during this time. Being part of TBN Africa’s success and seeing it grow into a key market leader in Christian Media is something I feel very proud and honored to have been a part of.


“During this time, I have had the opportunity to increase viewership, maximize advertising by over 400%, initiate a successful VOD agreement, launch an additional 2 channels and initiate and lead the organization’s digital and brand strategy.”

Loyiso revealed his next plan and that is to exploit new opportunities.

“It’s been a pleasure working at TBN Africa and with great people, in particular Karin Van Niekerk who became the backbone for these achievements, Byron Heath who is the most talented Creative Director that I’ve ever worked with, and Darius Koekemoer who was very instrumental in inducting me to the workings of the broadcasting industry.

“I am excited about the next chapter in my career and exploring new opportunities in the Business Development, Consultancy, Digital Transformation, and Education industries. God Bless you all!”

Many of his followers and family took to his comment section to thank him for his service and wish him well in his future endeavors.



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