Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Siki Mgabadeli also gone from eNCA as the latest high-profile talent exiting the TV news channel.
Siki Mgabadeli is the next high-profile talent exiting the rebranded eNCA (DStv 403) with her last appearance on the TV news channel coming on Tuesday 1 August a day after Justice Malala left following the final episode and cancellation of The Justice Factor on Monday
Siki Mgabadeli that started with Moneyline four years ago on eNCA was moved to the new late night News Hour at 22:00 on the rebranded eNCA the past two weeks but is the next gonner in the ongoing and growing flood of exits in 2018 from eNCA that the eMedia Investment's channel doesn't want to talk about or respond to.
eNCA and e.tv defections have continued unabated in 2018, including senior reporter Karyn Maughan, political analyst Angelo Fick, anchors Marc Chase, Joanne Joseph and Ayanda-Allie Paine, eNCA's former head of current affairs, Debbie Meyers, and Phathiswa Magopeni who was eNCA's business and economics editor and head of terrestrial news services at eNCA.
"Today marks my final broadcast on eNCA. It's been an incredible four years. I am especially proud of the 485 episodes of Moneyline and my superstar team. We did things I had only dreamt of doing. Thank you to these great journalists and producers. And thank you for watching,"said Siki Mgabadeli in a statement.
Mapi Mhlangu, eNCA editor-in-chief and managing director, said "we thank Siki for her contribution to the channel. She helped build a solid economic platform on eNCA and her accomplished and authoritative approach made her a nightly news favourite".