PO Box rebrands to Bus Stop TV

HARARE - Popular comedy group PO Box has re branded to Bus Stop TV.

PO Box TV, a comedy skit production that has left Zimbabweans from all walks of life rolling with laughter and gained celebrity status overnight was initially started by Rolland Lunga (Boss Kedha),

Admire Kuzhangaira (Bhutisi) and Luckie Aaroni.

But due to misunderstandings the trio split with Lunga and Bhutisi launching PO Box Reloaded sometime last year.

This then left Aaroni to engage new faces for PO Box who comprise Prosper Ngomashi (Comic Pastor), Sharon Chideu (Maggie) and Samantha Kureya (Gonyeti).

They have however, decided to rebrand to avoid “confusion.”

“Our clients and our audience have been affected by this, in our bid to end the confusion we have decided to re brand, dropping the title PO Box to Bus Stop TV.

“We chose Bus Stop TV among many other names because a bus stop is one place in our communities which brings people from all walks of life together, affording them a chance to interact and talk about topical issues,” said Aaroni.

They will also be introducing an animated version of Bus Stop TV.

“This re branding process is part of our growth as a comic start-up and production house. As part of our growth, strategic partnerships have been made to produce more exciting projects.

“It is from these partnerships that an animation version of Bus Stop TV will be unveiled to our audience. As a production house we have decided to set the yardstick further by partnering with budding filmmakers to produce short films which will feature at least one of the Bus Stop TV faces,” he said.

It is not only about comedy, their work touches on current affairs in a humorous way.

Be it political, social issues, PO Box TV has managed to deliver daily doses of laughter through their Facebook Pages and sharing of videos via WhatsApp.

 

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