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Five Minutes With Expresso’s Thabiso Makhubela

Expresso’s Thabiso Makhubela

Earlier this month, the fourth season of Presenter Search on 3 saw six brand new faces joining the SABC 3 family.

ALSO READ: Five New Faces Join The SABC 3 Family As PRESENTER SEARCH On 3 Comes To An End

While initially looking for three new presenters to join the SABC 3 stable, judges Patience Stevens, DJ Fresh, Sbusiso Kumalo and Jeannie D were impressed by the overwhelming amount of talent and have decided to open up the industry even further by welcoming Harmony Katulondi, Ryle De Morny, Fezile Mkhize,Palesa Tembe, and Thabiso Makhubela to the SABC 3 family with Mosa Kaiser grabbing a role as Expresso’s new field presenter.

Joining the Expresso family is brand strategist Thabiso Makhubela. Since his first audition, Thabiso easily cemented himself as a frontrunner in the competition. The new Expresso presenter gained a massive support system on social media during the season and overcame obstacles to win over the judges in what has been described as the show’s most impressive season to date.

Get to know Thabiso better with this short Q&A:

What has been the highlight of your time on Presenter Search on 3? 

The highlight of my time with Presenter Search on 3 has to be the two takeovers we did of the Expresso morning show and Top Billing. Those moments were so surreal because in those times, I actually lived out a dream.

What has been the biggest lesson this experience has taught you?

The single biggest lesson this experience has taught me is to take a chance on myself. Many people often have dreams and interests they would like to pursue but hold themselves back. Each week, I saw myself take a chance. I wasn’t always in a comfortable space but I got in there and gave it the best I could.  

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Bonang Matheba will no longer host the International Women in Media Conference

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Media personality and businesswoman, Bonang Matheba, has withdrawn from the International Women in Media Conference.

ALSO READ: Bonang Matheba To Host The International Woman In Media Conference 2018

This comes after American actress Taraji P. Henson claimed that she has not been booked for the conference. Taraji P. Henson, took to Twitter and denied being booked for the event as advertised.

“False! I will not be there. NEVER HEARD OF THIS EVENT AND WAS NEVER INVITED. PLEASE REMOVE MY NAME FROM THIS EVENT BECAUSE IT IS FALSE,” Taraji tweeted.

Matheba has released an official statement on the matter. The full statement is available on her official website bonangmatheba.com.

“Bonang Matheba will not be participating in the International Women In Media Conference which is slated to take place on September 5 in Johannesburg. This comes after it was revealed today at a press briefing that one of the announced keynote speakers, Ms Taraji P. Henson, is no longer participating.

Ms Matheba had been booked to host both the media event and the conference and had been attracted by the event’s apparent women’s empowerment principles. But as there has been no official feedback or clarity from the organisers following today’s allegations, Ms Matheba will not be participating.

For all direct questions on the event, please contact the event organizers: 21stCentury Group.”

According to several reports, organisers of the event, 21st Century Group, had announced that Taraji P. Henson, Ashanti and Halle Berry would be attending the conference. The conference will also feature local influential women such as Amanda du Pont and Connie Ferguson.

Image Courtesy: instagram.com/bonang_m

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