A renowned Master of Ceremonies, Nimrod Nkosi was fondly known as the “Lotto Man”, having endeared himself to South Africans for over 14 years.
Apart from becoming the face of the brand, his hands-on involvement also included Script Writing, Audience Motivation and the Performance itself. And it is these skills which he also brings to Corporate and Private events.
His experience and execution of Television and Corporate in-house Game Shows and Team-Building exercises has earned him the title of ‘The Ultimate Games’ Master’ with most of his bookings being repeats due to popular demand.
His impeccable, scandal-free reputation makes his a safe bet to enhance your brand or event.
Nimrod Nkosi’s appeal stretches across South Africa’s diverse palette and his involvement is never less than totally professional – with ‘so much fun thrown in”.to all demographics and is an absolute professional.
Although not a comedian by definition, Nimrod always adds tasteful and high energy comedic aspects to any event.
Being fluent in English, Xhosa, isiZulu, siSwati, Venda, Sesotho makes him a great asset when considering the wide-first language realities of an audience. Our experience with Nimrod over the years has turned up the following regular adjectives in feedback from the clients he has delighted: Charismatic/Well Spoken/ Professional / Loyal / Passionate / Punctual / Ability to deliver & Multi-task / Goal Driven and Humble
He presented Jam Alley for 8 years and The National Lottery Draws & Game Shows for 14.
He has collected two Avanti Awards as ‘Best Television Presenter’.
Currently, he presents ‘Utatakho’ on DSTV Channel 161 each Tuesday from 8 – 8.30pm)
When booked for Corporate events, his remarkable skills include : Team Building Programmes, Skills Development and Transfer, Corporate Media Training, Presentation Skills and Outdoor Activations from Concept to Execution
Some of Nimrod’s repeat Corporate Clients include: WESBANK, THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM; ABSA; MASSMART, MONDI, ABSA, SHOPRITE CHECKERS, MURRAY & ROBERTS, FORD and STANDARD BANK