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Ukhozi FM: Former Brodcaster Passed Away

The radio business has experienced one more blow as the veteran radio moderator has died on Thursday.

The news were affirmed by the SABC and Ukhozi FM on their web-based media that the veteran has passed on.

She impacted the world forever as she turned into the primary lady to be a moderator on Ukhozi FM which was then known as Radio Bantu before it changed to Radio Zulu as of not long ago when it is called Ukhozi FM.

The veteran telecaster, Winnie Mahlungu died at 88 years old as she was a unimaginable industry pioneer.

She was notable as Mafungwase as she joined the public telecaster in 1962 as the main person of color telecaster when the station was called Radio Bantu.

Mahlangu was notable for her warm personality,her huge effect on train stations, and her commitment to the strengthening of female partners in the business. She resigned from the SABC in 1993.

The representative of the SABC, Gugu Ntuli said in an assertion: The South African Telecom Partnership ( SABC) might want to stretch out our most unimaginable sympathies to Winnie Mahlungu's family, companions and supporters. To pay tribute to her to keep on being involved past her residency at SABC, Ukhozi FM sent off the Winnie Mahlangu Female Moderator search as a component of the 2020 Ladies' month commemoration which opened ways to numerous female who are keen on joining Ukhozi FM. Mahlungu additionally got a request for silver Ikhamanga from the President for her job in expanding the quantity of audience members for previous radio Zulu, which is the country's biggest radio broadcast.


Individuals took to the remarks segment to wish her a finding happiness in the hereafter.

Different superstars and radio characters likewise remarked and said their expressions of sympathies to the family.

Till today, Mam Mahlungu is as yet respected for her job in radio and for being courageous to join the male ruled industry at that point.

May her spirit find happiness in the hereafter.

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Mahlangu SABC South African Telecom Partnership Ukhozi FM Winnie Mahlungu


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