Felicia Mabuza-Suttle is a South African television show hostess and business visionary. In the TV demonstrate Great South Africans, she was casted a ballot as the 70th most prominent South African ever in a casual open survey.
Mabuza-Suttle was conceived in Sophiatown, a dark neighborhood in Johannesburg, South Africa, amid the politically-sanctioned racial segregation period. Her granddad, Ben Mabuza, raised her and was a noteworthy motivation for her later achievement. In the interim, her dad, who claimed one of the principal driving schools in the country, gave an enduring pay to the family. Amid her youth she ended up intrigued by move, which turned into a long lasting interest.
During the 70s, an expansive number of dark South Africans went abroad to concentrate to sidestep the politically-sanctioned racial segregation routine. Mabuza-Suttle was among them, learning at Marquette University in the United States. During the 80s, she turned into the main individual from her family to accomplish an advanced education when she earned a BA in Journalism, trailed by a MA in Mass Communication.
And in addition considering, Mabuza-Suttle additionally composed for the World Newspaper, where she met unmistakable enemy of politically-sanctioned racial segregation activists, including Steve Biko, the pioneer of the Black Consciousness Movement. This would prompt her ending up politically included when she came back to South Africa.
Mabuza-Suttle returned for a brief timeframe to South Africa in 1982 to work for Radio Bophutatswana, where she was censured for being politically off base.
In 1990, Mabuza-Suttle returned for all time to South Africa, tolerating a situation at the South African Airways. In 1992, she started her TV profession subsequent to being offered a vocation as an anchor person at the South African Broadcasting Corporation. Television shows were a genuinely new idea in South Africa at the time, and her show quickly ended up fruitful. Initially known as Top Level, its name was changed to The Felicia Show in 1995, and was again renamed just Felicia in 2000 (going with a move to ETV, the biggest South African English-dialect channel). The show concentrated for the most part on social themes, yet in addition wandered into diversion.
In any case, in the midst of reactions that her show was excessively like The Oprah Winfrey Show, Felicia shut down in 2004. Mabuza-Suttle moved her show to the United States, where it was communicated as Conversations with Felicia on The Africa Channel. Despite everything it concentrated for the most part on South African identities.
Moved by her prosperity on TV, Mabuza-Suttle established a few business adventures, including the Felicia brand of attire and adornments, Pamodzi Investments, FMS Productions, and Back of the Moon, an eatery. She has been engaged with generous exercises, including giving a part of her eyewear benefits to an enemy of medication and hostile to wrongdoing effort.
Be that as it may, in 2012, she exchanged Back of the Moon for different reasons, including monetary and lawful challenges, and conflicts with her colleague and landowner.
Mabuza-Suttle wedded Earl Suttle in 1976. She lives in Johannesburg, while Earl Suttle lives in Atlanta, Georgia. They have two kids, Lindiwe and Zanele.