On July 24, 2014 a tour of the Ogden Temple was provided for the Ukhozi FM Group and the Representative of KZN Premiere's office.
After a week of excitement and exposure to the many Church sites, venues and events, the Ukhozi FM and KZN touring group ended their tour of Salt Lake City as guests of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with the most sacred and important visit of all - inside a Mormon Temple.
The Ukhozi FM and KZN group learn about the western pioneer heritage of the United States by donning cowboy hats, yodeling and riding horses.
To experience the Pioneer Day spirit, the Ukhozi FM and KZN group was invited to Elder and Sister Cook’s Utah ranch in Liberty, Ogden Valley. Elder Cook is currently the Southeast Africa Area President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He and his wife spend one month each year back at their ranch in the United States. See Video!
Day two of their tour brings the special honor of singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Today in Salt Lake City, Ukhozi FM presenters, Ukhozi FM Radio Station Manager and the representative from the KZN Premiers office, Mr Mchunu, were invited as a unique special privilege to sing with the Tabernacle choir at their Sunday rehearsal before their weekly TV broadcast. See Video Inside-
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