702's Relebogile Mabotja speaks to labour expert about employees’ rights when taking a day off to recover from everyday stress.
Relebogile Mabotja is a presenter on 702 every weekday morning. She has extensive experience in the media industry as an actress, singer, writer, composer, producer and TV and radio host.
She started in TV on youth show CrazE in 2004 and has had roles in SA’s biggest soapie, Generations, and Rhythm City, as well as hosted Gospel Grooves and the first two seasons of Dance your Butt Off. She has also acted in feature films and theatre productions for local and international audiences.
Her musical talents extend from composing the theme tunes to shows including Afro Café, to being the musical director on a number of TV shows including eTV’s I Love South Africa. She has won numerous awards for her work and was recently appointed the youngest boardmember ever of SAMRO, the South African Music Rights Organisation.
Even broader than her talents is her interest in what’s happening around her, and Relebogile has been honing her craft on a talk radio platform since 2012 when she joined 702.
Follow Relebogile on Twitter @RelebogileM.
The producer for Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja is Clive Moagi. Email email@example.com
Relebogile Mabotja and the Spar Truck of Love visited the Tshepong Center for the disabled to deliver some necessities.
The camp is a platform for a boy child to address various challenges that result in these boys becoming abusive toward women.
Social Justice Coalition activists will picket Green Point headquarters to highlight crime-ridden areas in need of cop stations.
Award winning producer Helene Spring chats to Relebogile Mabotja about the new movie, perfect for holiday viewing.
The social activist and former nurse is a community HIV/AIDS educator sharing her personal story to motivate others.
People can realise their dreams by writing it down, American comedian, actor and author tells 702's Relebogile Mabotja.
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