ZOLA HAS A DREAM ...

ZOLA Hashatsi, the presenter of the youth game show Crazed Out, has a world to conquer. Confident and energetic, he says he will make history.

ZOLA Hashatsi, the presenter of the youth game show Crazed Out, has a world to conquer. Confident and energetic, he says he will make history.

"I want to be the youngest talk-show host in the country, and I want to have a huge studio and audience. My show would be about paying people's bills, removing RDP houses and building better homes for people.

"I would also like to help pay university tuition. I would be South Africa's Oprah."

Hashatsi's television journey began in 2006 when he hosted the live cellphone download show Icrew. In 2007 the young star moved to e.tv to present kids show CrazE,Frenzy, Shizniz and Crazed Out.

Hashatsi, 21, who has a BA degree in speech and drama from the Market Theatre Laboratory, has acted in God In Pieces and The Clowns and Choice, a play he wrote and directed. But between all this, he can still take a break to enjoy a few biscuits.

He is no stranger to the first pack he tries. "Bakers Tennis Biscuits are always crispy and fresh. I like the crackling sound they make. These biscuits with custard are the future."

Pick n Pay's Coconut T biscuits have a tough act to follow. "They are messy. They leave traces on your cheeks, lips and hands so you can't steal them and eat them secretly."

He then tries Tea Lovers biscuits. These he also finds messy. "They taste like they were baked by someone's aunt," he says. "That's fine, I just didn't expect it from biscuits bought from a store."

The last pack is Baumann's Match biscuits. "They taste unique. They are quite strong and hard in a good way. And they have a beautiful design."

Hashatsi wastes no time in deciding which pack of biscuits wins - the Bakers Tennis Biscuits. - Keitumetse Segoai

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