‘Its an honour to be featured on BBC news’

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Nyasha Kada, Entertainment Reporter

South Africa based  music promoter and businessman Tapfuma “T Mula” Nzara says he feels blessed and honoured to have been featured in an interview by BBC World News.

Mula was featured in an exclusive interview to talk about his luxury car business and how business has been going during the ongoing lockdown caused by the covid-19 pandemic.

The interview premiered on BBC World News last Saturday at 4:30pm and was repeated on Sunday and Monday.

The last repeat edition will screen today at 10.30am.

T Mula who also happens to be an artiste is the boss of popular Mula VIP luxury car rentals in Johannesburg that has been running for the last six years.

Mula has mixed and mingled with some of the rich and famous in South Africa and the continent who hire out top range vehicles.

Top African artistes also frequent his business premises to hire luxury vehicles for their music videos.

Over the years Mula has earned himself a name but still dreams to grow bigger in his business.

“It’s very humbling and inspiring for me to have been featured y BBC News.

“It gives validation to the authenticity of my hustle.

“I have been putting in a lot of work and overcoming all the obstacles in my way to achieve my dream of being a successful entrepreneur.

“Being featured on BBC feels like receiving an award. It is motivating,” said T Mula.

He added:

“I know we are living in very difficult times for any one in business but there is no need to lose hope.

“We have come to a time we’re we need to adjust, adopt and adapt new business models.”