The show, presented by actor and singer Bonginkosi “Zola” Dlamini, used to attract lots of viewers.
Zola said he recently was approached to get the show back on air.
“It’s all still in the pipeline. We are still negotiating and I will see if I agree with their terms,” he said.
Zola would not reveal which stations he is negotiating with.
“I can’t say much at the moment as nothing has been finalised.”
Throughout the show, Zola was seen going all out to reach out and help the less fortunate.
After seeing the growing poverty in Africa, Zola extended his show to other parts of Africa, calling it Zola 7 in Africa.
He said his effort to reach out to the needy started way before the show and continued even after the show was called off air.
“Zola 7 is me not the show. I was raised with the idea that I needed to always help those less fortunate than myself,” he said.
His manager Unathi Memela said Zola was working on a campaign to get kids to stay in school.
“The campaign was inspired by a track he did with his producer Mash, titled These fools, which dealt with peer pressure among pupils. The message is don’t bow down to peer pressure,” said Unathi.
Zola said he would be soon releasing his seventh album titled Intathakusa/Ingobamakhosi. “My album has 17 hit songs. Expect to be blown away. It’s a special album since it’s number seven,” he said.