Penny Lebyane graces the cover of True Love magazine for 5th time

Penny Lebyane graces the cover of True Love magazine for 5th time

Media personality and broadcaster, Penny Lebyane, has graced the cover of True Love magazine once again.

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Mzansi broadcaster, Penny Lebyane, has been working the entertainment field for more than 20 years, and through the years has successfully solidified herself as one of the country’s most-loved and respected entertainers.

Penny has successfully dabbled between radio and presenting and has achieved many firsts for Mzansi stars and that has put her into a league of her own.

The media personality recently bagged her fifth True Love cover. Yes, that’s right folks, she’s been on the cover of True Love magazine a whopping five times already.

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According to ZAlebs, the Moja Love presenter is not only one of the biggest celebs in Mzansi, but she is also not afraid speak her mind.

A couple of months ago, she sounded off on Arthur Mofokate after he was accused of allegedly hitting his ex-girlfriend. Penny accused him of grooming.

We can call Arthur, he can take us through what happened, that’s all good and well. But for me, Arthur is like a big bus or poster that we constantly look at, meanwhile behind the bus and behind the poster, there’s a politician a station manager, a program manager, a woman producer, an agent, a spokesperson… somebody, who is an enabler in the big cult, whatever thing you want to call this thing where women and young men are exploited sexually for favours on sets, in newsrooms, in radio stations in marketing departments,” said Penny in her Twitter rant.

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Meanwhile, two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the South African radio industry has come under scrutiny the last few weeks after DJ Fresh was suspended for using foul language.

Most recently, Phat Joe was pulled off the air for comments he made, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.

More and more people are speaking out about what happens behind the scenes, and it's not a pretty picture.

Penny Lebyane has fiercely spoken up about the 'brutality' in black radio and the effect it has on people's mental health.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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