Aubrey Masango (born in 1973 in Mamelodi, Pretoria) is a South African presenter, MC, facilitator, speaker and voice-over artist. He has been a host on ‘Talk at Nine’, a popular late-night show.
He is currently a presenter at the Late Night Talk show on radio 702. The media personality was also a co-host for the DSTV Newzroom Afrika.
Aubrey has over ten years of experience in his media career. The ‘outspoken and opinionated’ host covers content relating to democracy to current affairs in the country.
He has captured the hearts of several audiences in the country with his deep level talk.
|Date of birth||1973|
|Place of birth||Mamelodi, east of Pretoria|
|Education||University of Pretoria|
His date of birth is in 1973, and the place of birth is in Mamelodi, east of Pretoria. Aubrey Masango is 47 years old.
He was educated at St Johns College in Johannesburg, later Aubrey attended the University of Pretoria.
After schooling, he ventured into business in SA’s corporate sector. He occupied the position of the Director of the board of a national record management company.
Aubrey occupied the position of a director for seven (7) years.
Aubrey runs the ‘Aubrey Masango show‘, it airs everyday. It has its focus on matters surrounding health, politics, science, wealth, tax, corruption, and the environment.
He is one of the radio presenters on radio 702 including Bongani Bingwa, Nonn Botha, the late Xolani Gwala, and Joanne Joseph, among others.
Aubrey runs ‘702 Live’, he talks about stories of the day in full details.
He uses the opportunity the platform creates to make his opinion known. The show allows listeners to contribute by interacting and sharing their point of view.
The presenter replaced the previous host, Karima Brown, who was fired for violating the country’s electoral code.