RIP| Former Ukhozi FM veteran presenter DIES

RIP| Former Ukhozi FM veteran presenter DIES

 Former Ukhozi FM veteran presenter DIES
Former Ukhozi FM veteran presenter DIES

The dark pall has hung in the media assiduity as the radio fraternity has lost the fabulous and expert presenter who made history of being the first black lady to come a presenter at the SABC radio.

The news of the end of this stager, Winnie Mahlangu, were verified by the SABC in a statement.
The stager Ukhozi FM presenter passed away on Thursday, the 27th January at the age of 88.

In a statement released by the SABC, they stated how Ukhozi FM chose to recognize her while she was still alive with the action crusade that was formed in 2020.
This is what the statement said In her honour and for a continued involvement beyond her term at the SABC, Ukhozi FM launched the Winnie Mahlangu Female Presenter Search as part of Women’s month commemorations in 2020.

This periodic competition has begun to disinter new womanish radio gift and is set to open more doors to numerous other inspiring womanish radio broadcasters.
The SABC revealed that Mahlangu failed in sanitarium after she was admitted lately.
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In a statement they transferred on Thursday evening, they expressed their condolences to the family.
“The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) would like to express its sincere condolences to the family, musketeers and followers ofMs. Winnie Mahlangu. May her soul rest in peace, read the statement.

Winnie came the first black womanish radio presenter which was called Radio Bantu in 1962 and was famed for her warm demeanour and part in womanish commission.
After Mahlangu retired on radio in 1993, she entered her tableware Order of Ikhamanga from the administration to admit her benefactions made in the trades.

In 2020 at the launch of the Winnie Mahlangu Female Presenter Search, Ukhozi FM operation paid her a visit at her home and gave her an honourary award.
Paeans started pouring in for her.

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