'Lies were spread': News anchor Ayanda-Allie Paine reveals why she has resigned yet again

'Lies were spread': News anchor Ayanda-Allie Paine reveals why she has resigned yet again

Popular news anchor Ayanda-Allie Paine has inspired thousands after revealing how she has bounced back despite numerous resignations.

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Ayanda posted a 10-tweet thread on Twitter after graduating with a BA in Community Development, her second degree, on 3 April.

She confirmed that she has indeed resigned from eNCA, adding that her wish to bring more positivity into news influenced her decision. Briefly.co.za compiles her tweets below.

Ayanda said she was pursuing her purpose:

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She affirmed that she never left any of her positions on bad terms with her employers:

Her main reason for her several resignations was a desire to change the news narrative. Ayanda also cited "lies" and "hurtful things" about her:

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Despite these challenges, she remained focused. She started an NGO and her media company now employs four people:

However, Ayanda did not reveal where she is headed to now:

Thousands of her followers and other Twitter users liked and retweeted her tweets, with many congratulating and wishing her well.

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