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'''Thomas Mlambo''' is a South African sportscaster, television and radio personality. He previously worked for [[SuperSport]] before moving to [[SABC Sport]] where he hosted [[Soccerzone]] as main anchor alongside [[Minnie Dlamini]] and [[Siphiwe Mkhonza]]. He later hosted [[Sport @ 10]]. Unlike [[Soccerzone]] which focused on football, particularly the [[Premier Soccer League]], [[Sport @ 10]] covered more more sports. Thomas Mlambo also hosted [[Metro FM]]'s daily sports show, the [[The Ultimate Sport Show]].
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'''Thomas Mlambo''' is a South African sportscaster, television and radio personality. He previously worked for [[SuperSport]] before moving to [[SABC Sport]] where he hosts [[Soccerzone]] as main anchor. He later hosted [[Sport @ 10]]. Unlike [[Soccerzone]] which focuses on football, particularly the [[Premier Soccer League]], [[Sport @ 10]] covered more sports and celebrity interviews. Thomas Mlambo also hosted [[Metro FM]]'s daily sports show, the [[The Ultimate Sport Show]].
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==References==
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#[https://www.timeslive.co.za/sport/soccer/2019-07-16-thomas-mlambo-apologises-for-tweeting-image-of-marc-batchelors-dead-body/ ''Times LIVE'', Thomas Mlambo apologises for tweeting image of Marc Batchelor's dead body, 11 October 2019]
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#[https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/sundayworld/news/2018-06-11-thomas-mlambo-walks-outas-robert-marawa-walks-in/ ''Sowetan LIVE/ Sunday World'', Thomas Mlambo walks out as Robert Marawa walks in, 11 October 2019]

Latest revision as of 11:44, 11 October 2019

Thomas Mlambo
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Born Thomas Mlambo
Alma mater Rand Afrikaans University
Occupation Sports Anchor
Years active 1997 - to date

Thomas Mlambo is a South African sportscaster, television and radio personality. He previously worked for SuperSport before moving to SABC Sport where he hosts Soccerzone as main anchor. He later hosted Sport @ 10. Unlike Soccerzone which focuses on football, particularly the Premier Soccer League, Sport @ 10 covered more sports and celebrity interviews. Thomas Mlambo also hosted Metro FM's daily sports show, the The Ultimate Sport Show.

References

  1. Times LIVE, Thomas Mlambo apologises for tweeting image of Marc Batchelor's dead body, 11 October 2019
  2. Sowetan LIVE/ Sunday World, Thomas Mlambo walks out as Robert Marawa walks in, 11 October 2019