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Randall after leaving [[Good Hope FM]], he left [[Cape Town]] for [[Johannesburg]] and helped establish the youth radio station [[YFM]], taking up the position of Station Manager, he left the station in 2002.
 
Randall after leaving [[Good Hope FM]], he left [[Cape Town]] for [[Johannesburg]] and helped establish the youth radio station [[YFM]], taking up the position of Station Manager, he left the station in 2002.
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==References==
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#[https://www.iol.co.za/entertainment/tv/local/randall-abrahams-talks-about-15-years-of-idols-sa-32658646 ''iol'', Randall Abrahams talks about 15 years of 'Idols SA', 13 September 2019]
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#[https://www.tvsa.co.za/actors/viewactor.aspx?actorid=744 ''TVSA'', Randall Abrahams, 13 September 2019]
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#[http://www.702.co.za/articles/358896/randall-abrahams-the-strict-judge-on-idols-sa-shares-secrets-about-his-money ''702'', I love the people. They might not love me – Randall Abrahams (SA Idols judge), 13 September 2019]
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#[https://www.channel24.co.za/Music/News/idols-judge-randall-abrahams-to-leave-universal-20160303-2 ''channel24'', TIdols judge Randall Abrahams to leave Universal Music, 13 September 2019]

Latest revision as of 13:24, 13 September 2019

Randall Abrahams
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Born Randall Abrahams
(1969-07-26) July 26, 1969 (age 50)
Cape Town, Western Cape
South Africa
Education Harold Cressy High School
Alma mater University of Cape Town
Occupation
  • Radio presenter
  • TV personality
  • Journalist
  • Businessman
Years active 1992 - to date
Known for Idols SA

Randall Abrahams (born 26 July 1969) is a South African radio host, television personality, consultant, journalist and businessman. He is best known as a judge on M-Net's reality singing competition Idols SA alongside Unathi and Somizi Mhlongo. He's been a judge on the show since February 2002. In 1992 joined Good Hope FM as a programming assistant, and went on to be station manager, he left the radio station in 1997.

Randall after leaving Good Hope FM, he left Cape Town for Johannesburg and helped establish the youth radio station YFM, taking up the position of Station Manager, he left the station in 2002.

References

  1. iol, Randall Abrahams talks about 15 years of 'Idols SA', 13 September 2019
  2. TVSA, Randall Abrahams, 13 September 2019
  3. 702, I love the people. They might not love me – Randall Abrahams (SA Idols judge), 13 September 2019
  4. channel24, TIdols judge Randall Abrahams to leave Universal Music, 13 September 2019