Every television host has their own era, some of you might remember the eccentric and divinely talented, Vinolia ”V- Mash” Mashego, the legendary Felicia Mabuza and the charming Dosto Noge.
These are just some of the few legendary television presenters who slayed the small screens with their presenting flair and will most likely be used as a benchmark when it comes to commendable presenting skills.
It is almost a given that an end of a particular era births another.
During the mid 2000’s, South African viewers were introduced to a figure that redefined the tide of future television presenting – The Noeleen Maholwana Sangqu era.
The former talk show host set the bar so high that the new generation is still yearning to catch a glimpse of her flexing those impeccable presenting muscles on our television screens.
The end of SABC 3’s flagship talk show, Real Talk on 3 spawned a yearning for Noeleen’s presence in the world of television. Her legacy serves as a lighthouse for the future generations of television presenters in South Africa.
Below are just some of the recent comments from tweeps who seemingly deem Noeleen‘s skills as relevant today as they were when she retired from television.
Noeleen has inspired an array of industry mates including renowned television and radio broadcaster, Anele Mdoda.