TRANSIT.TV is a channel that reaches 13 million people monthly. The videos and other content sourced from Litshani will aim to keep all the people that are exposed to the TRANSIT.TV channel entertained on a daily basis.

Since 2015, Litshani has been doing work with broadcast and print media. He landed a deal with Vodacom and MTN – two of South Africa’s biggest mobile networks. He was the first comedian to have a voice only caller tune and the first comedian to collaborate with TRANSIT.TV.

"This partnership with TRANSIT.TV is huge for me because it expands my brand and also works as a medium that reaches my supporters nationally. It also exposes me to people that have probably never heard of me but will appreciate my comedy. Comedy has become a central part of my life, and I love sharing it with the masses," says Litshani.

With 10 years of broadcasting relevant content, TRANSIT.TV has grown to have a monthly audience of 13 million in major train stations, bus ranks, taxi ranks, as well as taxis, nationally. TRANSIT.TV broadcasts in Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Free State, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Eastern Cape, and the Western Cape.

"We are very excited to have Khathu on board as part of our TRANSIT.TV content offering. Comedy is something that our audience appreciates, and we felt that Khathu’s relatable yet entertaining approach to everyday situations was a great fit for our platform. We look forward to growing this partnership as both DJ Khathu and Transit.TV continue to evolve and entertain," says Nicole Myburgh, marketing manager at TRANSIT.TV.

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