Knowledge without wisdom is like water in the sand

-Guinean Proverb

 Dorcas Utkovic is the Producer and Host of OATV  “I believe that Media is a powerful tool and when used responsibly,  It can change people's perceptions of others” -Dorcas Utkovic  She was born in South Africa, migrated to Melbourne, Australia 10 years ago where she now lives with her two gorgeous children (8 & 4) and supportive husband in a South African - Croatian - Australian household.  Her interest in Film/TV has seen her fulfill an array of roles including but not limited to Production Assistant, Production Researcher, Art Department personnel, Head of Department (Costume Dept.) and Actor.  She also worked on the set of one of Australia’s biggest exports, channel 11’s   Neighbours   for 7 years in the costume and digital department(s).  For her work as Founder/Producer and Presenter of OZ AFRICAN TV, Dorcas was recognised with a Media Award by Victorian Multicultural Commission at the 2017 Multicultural Awards Of Excellence. Alongside 3 SBS reporters, she was highly commended for “outstanding reporting on issues of importance to diverse communities and reporting which contributes to Victoria’s cross cultural understanding” (VMC).  A dynamic doer in the community, Dorcas is Coordinator for the vibrant annual  event  One Beat - One Love   ,  which forms part of VMC's Cultural Diversity Week and current Coordinator for the   Nelson Mandela Day Celebrations .    Connect with Dorcas on Instagram     @soulsista_says                     

Dorcas Utkovic is the Producer and Host of OATV

“I believe that Media is a powerful tool and when used responsibly,

It can change people's perceptions of others” -Dorcas Utkovic

She was born in South Africa, migrated to Melbourne, Australia 10 years ago where she now lives with her two gorgeous children (8 & 4) and supportive husband in a South African - Croatian - Australian household.

Her interest in Film/TV has seen her fulfill an array of roles including but not limited to Production Assistant, Production Researcher, Art Department personnel, Head of Department (Costume Dept.) and Actor.

She also worked on the set of one of Australia’s biggest exports, channel 11’s Neighbours for 7 years in the costume and digital department(s).

For her work as Founder/Producer and Presenter of OZ AFRICAN TV, Dorcas was recognised with a Media Award by Victorian Multicultural Commission at the 2017 Multicultural Awards Of Excellence. Alongside 3 SBS reporters, she was highly commended for “outstanding reporting on issues of importance to diverse communities and reporting which contributes to Victoria’s cross cultural understanding” (VMC).

A dynamic doer in the community, Dorcas is Coordinator for the vibrant annual event One Beat - One Love, which forms part of VMC's Cultural Diversity Week and current Coordinator for the Nelson Mandela Day Celebrations.

Connect with Dorcas on Instagram

@soulsista_says

 

 

 

 

 Chef Stolley  Chef Stolley is the Head Chef at Polēpolē. His love affair with food began at the tender age of 13. Get ready to enjoy some of his favorite and even personal dishes that are inspired by his Mauritian heritage and love of travel.     Connect with Chef Stolley  Instagram  @chef_stolley

Chef Stolley

Chef Stolley is the Head Chef at Polēpolē. His love affair with food began at the tender age of 13. Get ready to enjoy some of his favorite and even personal dishes that are inspired by his Mauritian heritage and love of travel.

 

Connect with Chef Stolley

Instagram @chef_stolley

about us

OZ AFRICAN TV is a lifestyle show about Africans in Australia. It links birth, interest and heritage highlighting positive stories with focus on socio economic contribution and the affirmative impact this has on the community.

Host Dorcas Utkovic introduces the viewers to artists, community workers, creatives, entrepreneurs, professionals and more in a colourful and informative fashion. 


Vision
To reflect our current society through positive narrative.

Mission
To create and aggregate content that shows a new perspective about Australia’s multicultural society.

Purpose
To Inspire for change that matter

Creative Pillars

Create
We aim to create groundbreaking content which highlights stories that stem from a positive perspective.

Inspire
To inspire this and future generations to speak their truth and be active contributors of Australian history.

Reflect
To show how the power of reflection in other people’s stories can changes not only a narrative but perception about people.

Promote
To promote cohesion, pride, multiculturalism and similarities.