Media Personality Pabi Moloi Bags New Hosting Gig for Current Affairs

Media Personality Pabi Moloi Bags New Hosting Gig for Current Affairs

- Mzansi media personality Pabi Moloi has bagged herself a brand new hosting gig on etv

- Pabi is going to be on The Morning Show, a programme about news, current affairs and lifestyle

- Fans are excited to see what Pabi is going to be bringing to the table next in her impressive media career

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Pabi Moloi is expanding her brand even further. The radio and television host is set to be heading a new gig in The Morning Show on etv. She's been in the business for a long time now, but she's not showing any signs of backing down.

Sis is still booked and busy. Pabi took to Twitter to let Mzansi know that she's going to be on The Morning Show. The star is excited for her return to the small screen.

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“I am so excited to be joining @etv The Morning Show. News, lifestyle, people and informative content loading. It’s gonna be magnificent” she said.

Fans were happy for Pabi and the lovely news she shared. She's an incredibly hard worker and fans commended her for bagging a new gig in her career.

Media personality Pabi Moloi bags new hosting gig for current affairs

Pabi Moloi is going to be hosting 'The Morning Show' on etv, her return to the small screen. Image: @pabimoloi
Source: Instagram

Apart from television, Pabi also works in radio. She started her television presenting career when she was 11 and has hosted a variety of shows on South African television.

She's currently on Power FM where she continues to unpack issues that are relevant to the public. Not only that, but she's got a great sense of style too.

Congratulations to Pabi for reaching greater heights in her career. Mzansi is excited to see what the television presenter will be bringing to the table next.

In other Mzansi television news, reported that Lunga Shabalala bagged a new acting role in the Legacy telenovela. Mzansi actor and model Lunga Shabalala has shown over the years that he's a good performer on screen.

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The hunk has been added to the cast of Legacy, which airs on M-Net at 7pm from Monday to Thursday. Lunga made his claim to fame in acting when he starred in The River. After his character Lindani died he had to move on to something else, which is Legacy.

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