- Popular radio and television personality Anele Mdoda has extended her contract with Primedia Broadcasting
- The who is currently on a two-month break, reportedly signed a five-year contract with the company
- Social media users are over the moon that they will still get to have their fav breakfast show presenter for a long time
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Anele Mdoda may be globetrotting with her son Alakhe, but she is still making strides back home. The seasoned radio and television personality recently signed a groundbreaking five-year contract with Primedia Broadcasting, owners of 947 FM.
The Celebrity Game Night presenter's contract comes on the heels of her 20th anniversary in the showbiz industry.
According to EWN, Mdoda announced in April that she would be taking a two-month hiatus from her show Anele and the Breakfast Club to travel worldwide and learn new things about radio and broadcasting.
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Mdoda who has been with the station for more than 14 years will be back on air on 1 July, The South African reports. Meanwhile, 947 listeners have flocked to social media to congratulate their fav on her milestone. Many said the Breakfast Club has not been the same without the star.
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“The baddest in the game! Funny, charismatic, informative, well-spoken, tact (keeping numbers up in a white denominated industry as a black person and still attracting new black markets), I like Anele.”
“She’s currently one of the best radio broadcasters. I’m glad Primedia recognized her craft, she thoroughly deserves this deal.”
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In more news about stars winning, Briefly News previously reported that Ncuti Gatwa has been cast to star as the 14th Time Lord on the popular British science-fiction show Dr Who. The 29-year-old star becomes the first person of colour to take on the lead role in the show.
Gatwa, who rose to prominence for starring in the popular Netflix sitcom Sex Education, takes over the reins from previous lead doctor Jodie Whittaker. She was the first woman to be cast in the role, according to KNKX.
The publication further reports that the Rwandan born star, who is the 14th actor to be cast in the role, is also amongst the youngest doctors ever cast into the role.
Source: Briefly News