Zanele Potelwa has announced that from Friday she will be joining the Roger Goode Show at the station as the new traffic reader!ABC’s 5FM award-winning radio presenter
In her operation taking up space, Zanele Potelwa said that she is excited and looking forward to being part of the breakfast show at 5FM.
“I’m so excited to share with you that as of tomorrow, I will be joining the Roger Goode Show on @5FM 6-9AM I’ll be the new traffic reader & I’m so looking forward to being part of the breakfast 5FM fam. As always, Thank You Jesus,” wrote Zanele Potelwa.
Zanele Potelwa joined 5FM in April 2019.
According to the Daily Dispatch, Zanele Potelwa joined 5FM as one of the weekdays show presenters. Which was another pivotal moment in her career after she won (2019) the Bright Star Award at the coveted Liberty Radio Awards – an award that recognizes her potential in the radio broadcasting industry.
“5FM approached me a month ago and asked me to do the 1am to 4am show, Monday to Friday. They knew me from the work I did with the station as a volunteer as well as my work with the drive show at Tuks FM,” the former Hudson Park High School pupil said, as quoted by the publication.
Zanele Potelwa told Daily Dispatch that one of the big reasons she decided to take the opportunity at 5FM is that the station ran a presenter search where they selected young radio enthusiasts as contributors on her show.
“These presenters will keep us up to date with the happenings of the country. That really excited me because it is a pioneering idea; something new and fresh,” Zanele Potelwa said – Daily Dispatch.
She previously said that the experience she had genuinely gave herself to something that she loves and something that she has a vision for.
“My first official radio job was with Gauteng-based station 947. I was doing groundwork with activations for different shows at the station. I worked seven days a week,” Zanele Potwela told the publication.
The paper reported Zanele Potelwa as saying that she hopes the opportunity offered by 5Fm will inspire other young girls and guys to know that it is possible.
“I always speak of my belief in God and that God can make all things happen. All the support I have received from people back home and even on social media has been so encouraging,” Zanele Potelwa told the publication.
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