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Mentee Mabutho moves from Radio to national TV anchor

October 6, 2008 posted in SjCOOP 1 comment >>
e.tv launches Zulu and Sotho news bulletins in prime time

South Africa’s e.tv has launched Zulu and Sotho eNews bulletins at 6pm with SjCOOP Mentee Mabutho Ngcobo as anchor for the Zulu segment. The move is a key transition for Mabutho who started his journalism career in community radio in KwaZulu-Natal and went on to work for media giants Amarc Africa radio, Cape Talk and Kaya fm. The bulletins will be broadcast Mondays to Fridays and will include national, international, business, sports, human interest stories and weather.

Ngcobo is also an award-winning journalist. He won the National Vodacom Journalist of the year award for the best radio feature in 2003 and again in 2007. Viewers are now able to put a face to the authoritative voice of broadcast journalist, Ngcobo, who has been in the broadcasting industry for the past seven years.

 
eNews 6PM anchors, Segametsi Moiloa and Mabutho Ngcobo.

Bronwyn Keene-Young, e.tv's chief operating officer says, “Over the past nine years eNews has established itself as the most authoritative source of television news in South Africa. The 7pm bulletin is the most-watched English news in the country. The launch of the Zulu and Sotho bulletins at 6pm, builds on the success of the eNews brand and provides Zulu- and Sotho-speaking South Africans the opportunity to watch eNews in their home languages.”

Ngcobo co-anchor, Segametsi Moiloa, is no stranger to TV having gained valuable experience on e.tv's breakfast show, Sunrise. Segmetsi was born and raised in the small mining town of Welkom in the Northern Free State. After completing high school, she studied towards a diploma in Public Relations.

Her career in broadcasting began in 2003, when she worked as a producer for a current affairs radio show. An avid lover of travelling and watching documentaries, Segametsi also has a blinding passion for our continent because of its culture and beautiful landscapes.

eNews 6PM is anchored in Sotho by Segametsi Moiloa, who viewers will recognise from Sunrise and Mabutho Ngcobo, anchor the Zulu segment.




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posted on February 11, 2009 by  Anonymous
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