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Meet The Team
Mokgadi Itsweng has worked in the food industry for more than 14yrs. She owned and ran a catering company; Hotpots catering (1997-2000) She acquired further culinary training in New York City.
My love affair with food began on the day I was born. (Mokgadi Itsweng)
Born and bred in Pretoria, Eugene has advanced in the world of local comedy and can now be found performing all over the country. His growing ethnic fan base has been accredited to his multilingual delivery and his understanding of cultures and being able to engage them all on a humorous level.
I’ve been trying to get rid of Trevor… mara that guy sticks around! (Eugene Khoza)
Dr. Mhinga is a healthcare practitioner, specialising as a General Practitioner. He is a Council member on the governing body of the world-class University of Limpopo in South Africa. He is also active in his medical practices in Soweto and Bryanston.
He’s an outstanding physician. He’s an attentive father to our four sons (Yvonne Chaka Chaka)
Tony Trollip has been in the ICT sector for just over 20 years with exposure to various technologies and their myriad of variances. His understanding of technology ensures that he has an in depth knowledge of many technologies as they are used and or applied.
“To be a successful independent in the ICT sector, you need to make peace with the ideas;
a) There is always something new.
b) There is always a different way of applying technology.
c) As soon as you think that you have seen everything, you have not.
I think to a degree I have made peace with the above and by doing so, I am open to all things new and especially the possibilities.” (Tony Trollip)
Monday: 180 Forecast with the Sunday Papers Review with Moipone Malefane.
Tuesday: 180 Gadgetech with Tony Trollip 8:20 am (Talking new technologies, gadgets and offering tech solutions).
Thursday: Health 180 with Dr. Tiny Mhinga.
Friday: Eddie G’s mix from 7:05 am. 180 Weekly wrap up with Eugene Khoza from 8:00 – 9:00 am.
News According to Kuli
180 Battle of the sexes
180 The traffic song
About Bob Mabena & Kuli Roberts
Q & A:
Name: Bob Mabena.
Date of Birth: 26-07-1969.
Education: Very Educated.
Family: Lots of Kids.
First Job: Radio Presenter.
Favourite Movie: Serendipty.
Favourite Book: The Difference Maker.
What are you currently reading? The Difference Maker.
Best book you’ve read? Bible.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years time? Kicking more butt on radio.
What advice would you give school leavers/graduates? Enjoy it on my behalf – Never got to study as much as I would have liked.
Do you have a role model – If so, who? Jesus – He knew and understood His calling.
Where is your favourite holiday spot? Mozambique.
Person you would most like to meet? Suge Knight (He needs to tell me why!)
What car do you drive? Audi
What is the quality you like most about yourself? Patience
Ever been left speechless on the air? Yes – when Chris Hani died
Who is the one person you would love to interview, but haven’t yet had the pleasure? Barack Obama
Started at Radio Bop – Presented Afternoon and Breakfast shows. Also presented a Music Video show on Bop TV.
Joined Metro FM and presented Morning and Afternoon Drives. Presented a few shows on SABC TV.
Joined Primedia at Highveld Stereo. Became Music Manager of 94.7 and then a short stint as PD and GM.
Moved to Kaya for Breakfast show and then became PD and a short stint as GM. Marketing and Sales.
Moved back to Primedia at Group Sales in BD.
Joined SABC as Director Strategy – Commercial Services (Radio & TV).
Did two years Group N racing for Nissan.
Moved back home to Kaya, presenting 180with Bob 6am – 9am weekdays Released 5 music CDs and won 1 South african Music Award, won 1 Best Radio Presenter Award, 1 Best TV Presenter Award.