In an exciting development for the South African music industry, the South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) has just appointed a new Vice Chairperson, Relebogile Mabotja.
The multi-talented broadcast and radio personality will chair SAMRO in an acting capacity until a permanent chairperson is appointed.
Mabotja is the youngest board member of SAMRO to date.
Mabotja expressed her pride at being given the opportunity to shine in this important new position, Briefly.co.za gathered.
She said the organisation is one she holds close to her heart, adding that it is one of the greatest honours in her life.
Understanding the gravity of her position, Mabotja gushed that she is proud of what the appointment means for black women and the youth in this country.
She added that was excited to meet her team at SAMRO and hopes to take the organisation to the next level.
Many South Africans recognise Mabotja's soothing and powerful voice from her morning show on 702 FM.
She is the ideal candidate for her new role as vice chairperson, as she can boast an extensive and impressive career in the industry.
Mabotja is also a singer, composer, and producer. Additionally, she works as a broadcaster, actress, and television presenter.
She has composed memorable soundtracks for Afro Cafe and has been the musical director for many beloved South African television shows.
South Africans eagerly congratulated the young leader, hopeful that she would contribute to developing the music industry for the better.
Mabotja was praised not only for her beauty, but also for her brains. Social media users shared her excitement, saying that she was perfect for the position.
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