Anele Mdoda Biography
Anele Mdoda was born on 19th May 1984 in Mthatha, Eastern Cape in South Africa. She is a South African radio DJ best known for her on-air partnership with Grant Nash.
Anele Mdoda Career
She began her career as a DJ at the University of Pretoria in 2004, where she was studying politics and international relations. There she met Nash and the pair discovered an on-air chemistry.
In 2007 she was hired by Jo’burg radio station Highveld FM. Needing a co-host, she suggested Nash as her partner and the pair hosted a successful weekday evening show for a year.
In March 2008 the pair were poached by national broadcaster 5FM. She was rated as “the hottest thing on local radio” by South African radio legend Alex Jay in a September 2008 interview.
From 2009 to 2010 she co hosted (with Rob van Vuuren) the SABC2 reality competition SA’s Got Talent, based on the British “Got Talent” format.
In 2012 she was a judge of the Miss South Africa pageant. In the same year she was announced as one of the three judges for the Mzansi Magic reality competition Clash of the Choirs South Africa, which aired in 2013.
In 2013 she was the host of the M-Net docu-reality series Dream School SA; and in 2014 was once again a judge for Miss South Africa.
In 2013 she began co-presenting the SABC3 talk show Tongue in Cheek. In 2016 she began hosting the SABC3 daytime talk show Real Talk.
- She won the MTN Radio Award for best Daytime show in 2012
Anele Mdoda Age
She was born on 19th May 1984.
Anele Mdoda Boyfriend – Anele Mdoda Baby
She was dating Thandile and together they got a son but they later separated. She gave birth to her son Alakhe-Ilizwe on 10th August 2015.
Anele Mdoda’s Baby Father
In an interview, Anele Mdoda was also asked about her baby daddy, Thandile, who she revealed is a “great guy” before adding that she is on speaking terms with all of her exes.
Anele Mdoda Husband
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Anele Mdoda Sister – Anele Mdoda Siblings
Unathi Mdoda – the eldest sister
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Real Talk Host Anele Mdoda Interview with The Republic Mail
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Anele Mdoda: “I was actually terrified of auditions but I believe within the first few ten seconds in an audition they can quickly tell if you are a good fit or not.”
Andile: A 70 year old mentor once told me that in life you must “make contacts to make contracts” How important is it to have contacts in the media industry to succeed?
Anele Mdoda: “I am actually bad at capitalizing contacts because I believe if you work hard and have the right personality things will eventually come your way.”
Andile: You have a bubbly personality of cause people would contact you but how can the ordinary person get in the media industry without having access and contacts?
Anele Mdoda: “I use an example of Gareth Cliff and Rina Broomberg founders of Cliff Central who took long to get funding yet somehow believed in the concept of Cliff Central, so if you work hard somehow things will fall in place.”
Andile: Thanks Anele.
Anele: “No problem Andile.”
Anele Mdoda Real Talk Video