Anele Mdoda, the award-winning radio personality, has been praised for being a force to be reckoned with in the broadcast industry.
Mdoda wowed everyone in a gold glittering outfit as she mingled with the entertainment elite among the throng of guests at the Grammys.
Due to her and her team’s ability to handle engaging topics, “Anele and the Club on 947” has grown to become one of the biggest radio shows in South Africa.
In a tweet echoed by most of her followers, Siv Ngesi lauded her as a world-class presenter.
“It must be said @Anele is world class at her job! #thatsall,” he said on X.
Ngesi has been consistent in showering her with love and love. “Some world-class radio from @Anele and her team! Always a Favourite when I am in the city that doesn’t work.”
As evidence that the exceptional performance of the award-winning radio host cannot be overlooked, radio 947 in 2022 successfully drew up a five-year contract extension for Mdoda.
This year commemorates more than two decades since Mdoda made her radio debut, and she continues to advance in her career as people express their admiration.
Mdoda broadcasts one of the most sought-after breakfast shows, “Anele and the Club on 947” on 947FM from 6am to 9am, Monday through to Friday.
Asked about the reasons behind her decision to remain part of the 947 family, she said: “I love my audience and Primedia is the coolest place for an entertainer like myself to call home. I also cherish the fact that I am also making a difference.”
She uses her platform to tackle different subjects such as the tragic death of a Laerskool Queenswood learner Latoya Temilton, who drowned during a school excursion. The Gauteng Department of Education has since appointed a law firm to investigate and provide a detailed forensic report into the circumstances that led to the death of the learner.