Gospel Gold VS IT’S GOSPEL TIME
These music shows will lift up the viewers’ spirits this Easter
IT’S Easter time and many gospel music fans will be glued to their favourite gospel television show. Among the popular ones are Gospel Gold and It’s Gospel Time. The two shows have a different offering, but are both spiritually uplifting.
ABOUT THE SHOWS
Gospel Gold is now presented by a KwaZuluNatal-born beauty Sthembile Mhlongo as well as actor and presenter Thabiso Mokhethi on SABC1.
While It’s Gospel Time, presented by gospel singer Rebecca Malope on SABC2.
Gospel Gold is a premier gospel music show watched by millions of South Africans.
The show features videos and live performances from gospel music singers and celebrates the biggest-selling musical genre in South Africa. It introduces viewers to exciting new sounds.
It’s Gospel Time is hosted in front of a live studio audience which features gospel music videos, profiles of artists and groups, gospel music news and discussions on related topics.
HOW THE SHOWS DIFFER
It’s Gospel Time is a weekly gospel music show which is a celebration of local gospel stars and touts itself as a platform to launch new unsigned gospel talent on national television. The show also has a resident band. Gospel artists are invited to showcase their albums and the show aims to uplift the nation through involving people to help each other.
Gospel Gold is different in that although a gospel artist is given a platform to perform, there is no audience in the studio.
The show also visits different churches across the country and showcases how they praise and worship in their services. It also speaks to leaders of churches about how they run their churches. You can catch Gospel Gold on Sunday at 9am on SABC1 and It’s Gospel Time on Sunday at 9pm on SABC2.
IT ALSO SPEAKS TO LEADERS OF CHURCHES
Sthembile Mhlongo, who co-presents Gospel Gold with Thabiso Mokhethi, and Rebecca Malope, who presents It’s Gospel Time, keep fans in high spirits with their gospel music shows