SA judge Randall Abrahams (Source Instagram)"/>Randall Abrahams is making a lot of money since he left Idols SA. The famous judge left Idols SA because the show's producers decided to bring in new judges. He hasn't been seen since he left Idols SA, and we've all been wondering where he is.
Randall Abrahams seems to have heard that he is going to be the new CEO. He has been put in charge of Primedia Broadcasting as its CEO. Surely, he's putting the bag down. Premedia owns a number of big stations, including radio stations 947 and 702 in Gauteng. It also owns EWN outlets across the country and KFM and Cape Talk in Western Cape.
Idols SA judge Randall Abrahams (Source Instagram)
It looks like he will have to take on two CEO jobs at the same time. Randall is the owner of one of South Africa's largest PR consulting firms. Total Exposure PR Firm is in charge of a number of big companies. It combines the looks of companies like South Africa Got Talent.
Former Idols SA judge Randall Abrahams joins Primedia as CEO, net worth stuns Mzansi
Randall has been a game-changer of radio stations in Mzansi
In the background of the YFM on-air gig, he is thrust into the spotlight. But he could see himself getting a promotion to station manager in the mix of things. Years later, he was put in charge of the National Association of Broadcasters.
He was once asked if he would like to be a judge on World Idol, which is interesting. During his time as General Manager, SABC stations were changed in a big way. This is one of the highlights of his long and successful career. From 2003 to 2006, Randall Abrahams was in charge of Metro FM, 5FM, and Good Hope FM. He has been living the dream ever since.
Somizi with Unathi Nkayi and Randall Abrahams: Image Credit. Instagram/Radall Abrahams
The media star, who is 52 years old, was born in Cape Town on July 26. But the fact that he is 52 years old is a shock. There's no doubt that he looks younger than his age. But because of his age, his net worth has been brought into the equation. Before, he was said to have a net worth of about R270 million, according to rumors. His new CEO job pays him R1,000, which puts him over the R300 million mark.
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