Thabiso Tema biography, age, profile, education & wife

Thabiso TT Tema (born in Atteridgeville) is a sports commentator, radio personality, and editor. The renowned personality boasts of two (2) decades in broadcast media.

He has worked for SA FM, BBC Radio, Classic FM, Radio 2000, Metro FM, Power FM, and eNCA.

Profile

Thabiso Tema biography
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NameThabiso TT Tema
GenderMale
NationalitySouth Africa
ProfessionSports commentator, radio personality, and editor
MotherDr. Botlhale Tema
Place of birthAtteridgeville

Education

He had both his primary school and high school education in Mmabatho High School in Mafikeng 

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Mother

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His mother is Dr. Botlhale Tema, a scientist, author, educator, consultant, and entrepreneur.

Wife

Thabiso is married and the couple met during his wife’s workdays at RSG radio, an Afrikaans radio station. The marriage is blessed with two (2) daughters.

Career

Thabiso began a career in radio broadcasting at SAfm in 1997, he was a sports presenter.

Two (2) years later, in 1999, he became a soccer commentator on television. Later, he became a presenter, scriptwriter, and voice artist.

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Thabiso became a sports anchor and producer in Metro FM in 2004. Four (4) years later, in 2008, he joined eNCA as a sports anchor.

The following year, in January 2009, landed a job as a presenter and commentator on the SuperSport channel. Thabiso then joined Radio 2000.

He was also among the team that assisted with the launch of Power FM in 2013. It is the first black-owned radio station in South Africa. 

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Thabiso became the editor of Destiny Man magazine after he was appointed to the position in 2016.

Recognitions

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Thabiso was in the team that launched South Africa’s first black-owned radio station eNCA.

He was also in the team that launched PowerFM, South Africa’s first black-owned talk radio station. 

He took home the SAB Journalist of the Year Award (2017 & 2018).

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