- Former Idols SA judge Randall Abrahams net worth has reportedly increased after he bagged a CEO position at Primedia Broadcasting
- The media guru, who owns Total Exposure PR Firm, is now worth an estimated R300 million following his exit from the singing competition
- Reports suggest that his net worth was estimated at R270 million before he joined Primedia group where he began working on Tuesday, 24 May
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Former Idols SA judge Randall Abrahams now has an estimated net worth of R300 million. The media guru net worth was reportedly around R270 million before he became the CEO of Primedia Broadcasting.
Abrahams assumed his new role on Tuesday, 24 May. He took over from Geraint Crwys-Williams, said Primedia group's chief executive Jonathan Procter in a statement.
According to IOL, Primedia owns radio stations such as Cape Talk, 947, Talk Radio 702 and Eyewitness News.
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Savanna News reports that the 52-year-old owns Total Exposure PR Firm. It is one of the biggest PR consulting companies in Mzansi. The publication reports that his new CEO gig has thrust him into the R300 million mark when it comes to his estimated net worth.
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Abrahams shared that he's pleased to return to the swiftly evolving broadcast landscape after his recent exit from Idols SA.
Idols SA judge Somizi addresses his beef with Unathi
Somizi is giving viewers of his reality show the content they signed up for. First, the larger than life media personality gave his side of the story on the nasty divorce with his estranged husband, Mohale Motaung.
In the second episode of Living The Dream With Somizi, the star touched on why he and former BFF Unathi Nkayi are no longer friends. According to ZAlebs, SomG addressed the matter while having a candid conversation with his friend Vusi Nova.
Somizi shared that what happened between him and Unathi is now water under the bridge, and he hopes that their paths will never meet again.
Source: Briefly News