Sunday World (South Africa)

Miss P lands plum job at radio station


- NGWAKO MALATJI Nal ibali, Dikita TeenZone

PHALAPHALA FM presenter Pandelani Miss P” Mulaudzi is fast becoming the face of the station.

Mulaudzi (21) has landed a plum job as the presenter of the station’s new flagship showbiz show which airs on Fridays and Saturdays between 11 and 11.30pm.

This made her the first and only presenter to work on the station’s three different popular shows in a week.

The purring sex kitten plays different roles in education drama

which airs for half an hour from Monday to Wednesday at 11am.

She also presents a teen programme called , which is broadcast between 2pm and 3pm on Thursdays.

Her achievemen­ts earned her a nomination in the Best Presenter of the Year category of the inaugural SA Awards billed for Hatfield Arena in Pretoria on December 5.

Despite her achievemen­ts, the sultry Thohoyando­u-born lass, who cut her teeth as a radio presenter at the University of Venda’s campus station when she was just eight, remains humble and refuses to let fame get to her head.

I have achieved what I have achieved because of the support I got from my colleagues and my boss. Fame is nothing without humility and if you let it get to your head you will crash and burn,” she says.

When she is not behind the mic, Mulaudzi works as a voice-over artist.

I consider myself as an innovative, talented, free spirited, discipline­d and hard working person who is forever ready to learn. Prosperity is what reigns every day across my mind,” she says.

The media studies graduate is pitted against popular Thobela FM DJ Skhumbuzo Mbatha through their weekend shows.

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