Azania Mosaka Biography
Azania Mosaka was born on 18th April 1977 in Pimville Soweto in South Africa. She is a television presenter, radio host and MC.She is popularly known for hosting the Metro FM drivetime show Route 326 and later the 9am-noon show Total Bliss.
In 2004 and 2010 she was a judge on the third and fourth seasons (respectively) of the reality competition Popstars
Azania Mosaka Education Background
She attended Wits University where she studied Bachelors Degree in Commerce.
She later attended Vega School of Brand Communication.
Azania Mosaka Career
She started her career in 1996 when she co hosted The Joint, a youth talk show, which aired on CCV.
She later moved to London where she lived and worked for three years. After her return from London she became the presenter at SABC where she presented Bassiq which was a music show.
In 2003 she was a host of Backstage Live which aired on e.tv, a live daily programme where she interviewed the soapie’s stars.
She later moved to Metro FM as a producer for Glen Lewis’ show The Ride.She later moved to presenting Midnight Oasis.
She earned the attention of her bosses who gave her first the drive time show and then the breakfast show,The Sound of Breakfast. After that she was promoted to host Total Bliss.
In 2012 she appeared in her own food lifestyle series Cooking with Azania which aired on SABC3.
Azania Mosaka Age
She was born on 18th April 1977 in Pimville Soweto in South Africa.
Azania Mosaka Divorce
She was married to DJ Azania Ndoro who is a supersport Rugby presenter who they later parted ways.
Azania Mosaka Daughter
Azania Mosaka’s daughter is Shamiso. In october 2017, Shamiso was accused of being involved in a prostitution ring. According to a Twitter user, Shamiso was booked to entertain the Migos guys during their South African stay, a claim Shamiso vehemently denied.
The Azania Mosaka Show
Azania Mosaka brings her style and charm to early afternoons. The Azania Mosaka Show deals mainly with contemporary lifestyle issues.
Azania also has a unique way of tackling burning issues such as university protests and has brought her own take to the ongoing discussions about higher education transformation.
Some of the features on her show include the Masterclass feature, which in line with our stated intention of opening minds, is a class given by an expert in a particular field to enlighten listeners about topics such as mastering mathematics, unpacking The Bible, a closer look at world football governing body FIFA.
1. Health Benefits of Apples
2. Health Benefits of Bananas
3. Health Benefits of Honey
4. Health Benefits of Ginger
5. Health Benefits of Garlic
6. Health Benefits of Lemon
7. Health Benefits of Pumpkin
8. Health Benefits of Watermelons
1. 25 Sexual Questions to Ask A Girl
2. 45 Things a Girl Wants But Wont Ask For
3. 10 Things You’re Doing that are Killing Your Kidneys
4. 25 Really Romantic Ideas to Make Your Lover Melt!
5. 60 Really Sweet Things To Say To A Girl
6. 19 Things Women in Relationships Must Not Do
7. 20 Things Women Should Never, Ever, Do
8. Top 20 Things Men Should Never, Ever, Do
Azania Mosaka Latest News: Azania Mosaka sitting in for Anele on SABC3’s Real Talk
Azania Mosaka will be sitting in for Anele Mdoda on SABC3’s talk show Real Talk with Anele for the rest of the month until 30 April 2018 as Anele goes on holiday.
Azania will be doing 12 episodes of the talk show starting on Tuesday 17 April at 18:00.
Azania will be on the couch at the Steyn City studio in Fourways, Johannesburg until Thursday 26 April, with a pre-recorded episode with Anele that will be played out on Friday 27 April 2018.
Anele will be back in studio for a live show of Real Talk with Anele on Monday 30 April 2018.
SABC3 says Anele will be taking time out from all her television, radio and MC’ing commitments “to get some much needed rest and time away from the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg with her family”.
Mdoda and Real Talk became embroiled in controversy in January this year when the show was plunged into scandal after revelations that the then minister of social development Bathabile Dlamini, paid thousands of rands for a 2-hour softball interview.