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Mpho Moroaswi

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A producer must never behave like a celebrity. Most celebrities avoid being in public places while good content is amongst the same public they are broadcasting for.”Said Mpho Moroaswi. Born and bred in Mashite village of Ga-Mphahlele, Mpho Moroaswi (34) always wanted to choose between working on media and being a recording artist. In 1996 after passing matric (Grade 12) at Bahlaloga Secondary School in Lonsdale, he entered various radio drama auditions on Thobela FM without success until a breakthrough when given a chance in a radio single drama in September 1997.Mpho says being an actor on radio taught him to use words powerfully to deliver a message. 

Since then Mpho has performed in more than twenty radio dramas on Thobela FM where he has displayed his comedian skills. Mpho Moroaswi became the first producer for Thobela FM’s afternoon drive show since SABC decided to have both a presenter and a producer on a show. 

Having worked as a producer for the afternoon drive show, he produced almost all the top presenters of the radio station on the drive show. Recently Mpho is the man behind the production of Madibogo a Gauta, which is Thobela F.M’s weekend drive show on Saturdays and Sundays at 11h00 – 13h00. Mpho believes that all people are born with success hidden somewhere in them but it is their duties to find themselves through introspection. Some of Mpho‘s Memorable achievements is when he shot a successful Television advert in 2010, to promote the World Cup for the intellectually impaired people which was broadcast in all the SABC TV channels. What the listeners might not know about Mpho is his undying love for videography and photography. 

He spends most of his weekends shooting videos and pictures for clients at parties and weddings. "At every wedding I learn something from the speeches of powerful ordinary people. This is one secret of being a successful radio personality; take time to listen to ordinary people's voices in the villages” ends Mpho.
Responding to the question of successful production without running out of ideas, Mpho says” A producer must never behave like a celebrity. Most celebrities avoid being in public places while good content is amongst the same public they are broadcasting for.”Said Mpho Moroaswi who is always spotted in public places like taxi ranks and city streets mingling with ordinary people he claims to be broadcasting for.

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