Felicia Mabuza-Suttle shared who was behind her show’s soundtrack. Image via Twitter @childrenspligh1

Iconic talk show host Felicia takes a trip down memory lane [watch]

Iconic South African- born presenter and TV host Felicia Mabuza indulged in nostalgic reminiscences of the past on her timelines.


Felicia Mabuza-Suttle shared who was behind her show’s soundtrack. Image via Twitter @childrenspligh1

On Monday, 11 September presenter and talk-show host Felicia Mabuza-Suttle was nostalgic and took a trip down memory lane — she posted an old video on her timeliness and wondered whether it triggered any of her social media followers’ memories.


In the early 90s, Iconic South African-born TV host Felicia Mabuza-Suttle hosted her very own TV show. In 1995, the talk show was named Top Level and was later changed to The Felicia Show, Briefly reported. The stunning presenter went on to rebrand the show again and changed it one last time to Felicia.

Although the show was doing well, Mabuza-Suttle reportedly received some criticism with several viewers accusing her of wanting to be like the famous American talk show host, Oprah Winfrey.

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Although she was born and raised in Sophiatown township in Johannesburg, Felicia (73) managed to break down barriers over the years, and become a national icon after influencing numerous South Africans with her talk show. On her timelines, she decided to take a trip down memory lane as she reminisced about the olden days, recalling the duo that composed the soundtrack of her iconic talk show.

“Who remembers this signal tune of the #FeliciaShow? It was composed by #LindelaniMkhize and @JoyousSA rocked it!👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 Memories, that I’m sharing with the young ones,” she boasted.

Felicia Mabuza-Suttle had her own talk show in South Africa. Image via Twitter (screenshot) @ feliciamabuza

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In the early 2000s, Felicia Mabuza-Suttle relocated to the United States. According to the Felicia Inc. website, she decided to host another talk show there, this time, she named it Conversations with Felicia. The show is said to only air in the United States, United Kingdom, and the Caribbean.

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“I always say, ‘My body is in America, but my heart is in South Africa.’ There is no place like home — Mzansi is in my DNA — the warmth of our people, the beauty of our country, and the sound of our musical harmony. I get excited just hearing a South African song on the radio or at a restaurant in the US,” Mail & Guardian quoted her as saying at one point.

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