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Ukhozi FM Presenter Explains Why She Was Taken Off Air.

ZAMA Mseleku says she is still part of Khozi FM even though she no longer has a specific program ALTHOUGH her name did not appear during the transformation of Ukhozi FM, Zama Mseleku says she is still part of the radio. Zama won the Ukhozi FM competition, called Winnie Mahlangu.

  1 month ago ago
Ukhozi FM Presenter Explains Why She Was Taken Off Air.

ENTERTAINMENT

RIP| Another death struck in the entertainment industry

28 January 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe The entertainment industry is engulfed by the dark cloud of death since the year started as we continue losing celebrities. Already this month, we have lost the veteran actor, Patrick Shai who passed away last week Saturday after he committed suicide and yesterday, on Thursday, we lost the veteran broadcaster, former Ukhozi FM presenter, Winnie Mahlangu who was the first black female in the SABC radio which was known as Radio Bantu.

  4 months ago ago
RIP| Another death struck in the entertainment industry

ENTERTAINMENT

RIP Legendary: Historic Mzansi Celebrity Had Died.

Rest In Peace: Winnie Mahlangu has sadly passed away. A radio personality who became the very first woman the SABC employed permanent as a broadcaster has died. Winnie Mahlangu died Thursday morning in private hospital in Pretoria. She was 87. Her death bought lots of tears in many people's her family also confirmed the news of her death after being sick for some time now.

  4 months ago ago
RIP Legendary: Historic Mzansi Celebrity Had Died.

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RIP LEGEND: Historic Mzansi celebrity has died

Rest In Peace: Winnie Mahlangu has sadly passed away. A radio personality who became the very first woman the SABC employed permanent as a broadcaster has died. Winnie Mahlangu died this morning in hospital in Pretoria. She was 87. The radio personality, Winnie Busisiwe Mahlangu, made history when she became the first Black woman to be employed permanently by the SABC for Radio Bantu in 1962.

  4 months ago ago
RIP LEGEND: Historic Mzansi celebrity has died

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REVEALED|Here is what led to the passing of former radio presenter

By Nhlanhla Maseko It is a bad month for the entertainment industry as it is continued to be hit by deaths of both those who play and played a huge role in it. The mentioned industry specifically the radio side of the industry has lost yet another one who contributed to the industry.

  4 months ago ago
REVEALED|Here is what led to the passing of former radio presenter

ENTERTAINMENT

RIP| Former Ukhozi FM veteran presenter DIES

28 January 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe The dark cloud has hung in the media industry as the radio fraternity has lost the legendary and veteran presenter who made history of being the first black female to become a presenter at the SABC radio. The news of the passing of this veteran, Winnie Mahlangu, were confirmed by the SABC in a statement.

  4 months ago ago
RIP| Former Ukhozi FM veteran presenter DIES

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Meet Ukhozi FM First Winner Of Winnie Mahlangu's Competition Zama Mseleku

Meet Ukhozi FM First Winner Of Winnie Mahlangu's Competition Zama Mseleku . Today's we brings you the energetic lady behind the mic at Ukhozi FM which is a division of the SABC . Zama Mseleku was born and bred in Portshepstone KwaZulu Natal in the South Coast . She's not really new to the broadcasting industry as she have worked with a community radio station based in Portshepstone called Radio Sunny South 97.0FM where she was doing late night shows according to her exclusive interview with Ukhozi FM she said she was working at night because during the she had a paying job and at night she pushes her passion .

  1 year ago ago
Meet Ukhozi FM First Winner Of Winnie Mahlangu's Competition Zama Mseleku

ENTERTAINMENT

RIP Winnie Mahlangu: Tribute to SABC’s first African woman broadcaster

Winnie Mahlangu, a long-time Ukhozi FM radio host, died on Thursday, January 27, at the age of 88. People who worked for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) said that the historic figure died. Mahlangu was the first black woman to work at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) in 1962, making her the first person to work there.

  4 months ago ago
RIP Winnie Mahlangu: Tribute to SABC’s first African woman broadcaster

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Ukhozi FM Presenter Search Competition Making A Comeback

'Winnie Mahlangu female Presenter Search', a competition that gives upcoming presenters an opportunity to learn more about this career field on Ukhozi FM. This competition was named after Winnie Mahlangu who was the first black female radio presenter to be hired by the SABC in 1962, and she has also worked for Radio Bantu which is now known as Ukhozi FM.

  11 months ago ago
Ukhozi FM Presenter Search Competition Making A Comeback

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Ukhozi FM mourns the departure of veteran broadcaster, Winnie Mahlangu

The powerful people and legends in South Africa are slowly but surely leaving one by one. Another veteran radio broadcaster who played an important role in empowering females in the radio industry has left to be with God. The radio industry mourns the sudden departure of a veteran broadcaster, Winnie Mahlangu.

  4 months ago ago
Ukhozi FM mourns the departure of veteran broadcaster, Winnie Mahlangu

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This Is When The Winner Of Ukhozi FM Female Talent Search Zama Mseleku Would Start Presenting

Zama Mseleku who was chosen as the winner on Ukhozi FM talent search competition has not yet started presenting on this station. The winner of Winnie Mahlangu Talent search Zama Mseleku won in August this year and she would only go live on air from next year. These news were confirmed by current SABC spokesperson Mmoni Seapolelo. Mmoni stated that Zama is being trained and that she would be heard in different shows on the station when she fully understands everything about radio. Her name would be officially

  1 year ago ago
This Is When The Winner Of Ukhozi FM Female Talent Search Zama Mseleku Would Start Presenting

SOCIETY

The greatest tree has fallen-RIP Winnie Mahlangu

Winnie Mahlangu was the first black women to join SABC. During those years,it was not pretty accepted to see a woman being in a position of being a radio presenter because apartheid was very high.Winnie Mahlangu's bravery is recommended, she worked at the station as a radio presenter for 30 full years.

  4 months ago ago
The greatest tree has fallen-RIP Winnie Mahlangu

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Zama Mseleku: Was the finals of the Eagle FM competition!

A YOUNG woman from KwaNyuswa, Port Shepstone, Zama Mseleku, couldn't believe she was making it to the finals of the Khozi FM Next Winnie Mahlangu Search Competition on Friday. She also said he did not expect the appointment because he did not have a demo, which forced him to use the phone at the last minute. “I was not watching because I knew there were enough thousands of people looking for this opportunity. “The only way I could get involved was at the last minute. I have no demo and I am not prepared.

  1 year ago ago
Zama Mseleku: Was the finals of the Eagle FM competition!