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Azania Mosaka is a presenter on 702 each weekday.
Azania, who hails from Pimville in Soweto, completed a BCom degree at Wits University. In addition to being a South African radio host, she is also a television presenter and MC with over a decade of broadcast experience.
Her radio career started when she joined Metro FM as a producer for Glen Lewis' show The Ride. From there she moved on to presenting Midnight Oasis before earning herself her first the drive time slot – Route 326– and then the breakfast slot – The Sound of Breakfast.
This was followed by a move to the 09h00 – 12h00 slot, hosting Total Bliss. She moved to 702 from Power FM where she hosted Power Lunch.
She has also presented a number of TV shows and performed a few stints as a judge on the third (2004) and fourth (2010) seasons of the reality competition Popstars. Viewers may also recognise her from the recent Cooking with Azania, on SABC3. Outside of her media work, Azania owns and runs a Miss Salon London boutique grooming salon in Parkhurst.
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