how old is lerato kganyago

Lerato Kganyago is a South African media personality, businesswoman, and philanthropist who was born on the 24th of July in 1985. That makes her 34 years old currently. Kganyago was born in Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa. After high school, she studied public relations and marketing at the Boston Media House.

Kganyago began her career in the South African entertainment industry as a presenter on the SABC1 music show Selimathunzi. She has since gone on to host a number of other shows including The Link, Zoned, and The Podium. Kganyago has also served as a judge on the SABC1 music competition SA’s Got Talent.

In addition to her work on television, Kganyago has also established herself as a successful businesswoman. In 2015, she launched her own production company called LKG Productions. The company has produced a number of successful shows including The Road and Kwa MaMkhize.

Kganyago is also heavily involved in philanthropy. She is a ambassador for the Nelson Mandela Foundation and a patron of the St. Anne’s Diocesan College in Durban.

Lerato Kganyago is a talented and successful South African media personality, businesswoman, and philanthropist. At just 34 years old, she has already accomplished a great deal and is sure to achieve even more in the years to come.

Lerato Kganyago is a South African television presenter, actress, model and radio personality. She was born on the 24th of July, 1983, making her 36 years old. Kganyago began her career as a model, before moving into television presenting and acting. She has appeared in a number of local television shows and films, including the popular soap opera Generations. Kganyago has also presented a number of shows on SABC, the South African national broadcaster. In recent years, she has become one of the most popular radio personalities in South Africa, hosting her own show on Metro FM.

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