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Cape Town – South African herald Leslie MacKenzie died. He was 80.
Mackenzie died Friday afternoon at his home in Sea Point. During his brilliant car & # 39; EASURES he worked for 10 radio stations; including Radio Suid-Afrika, before he moved on to the RSG, Springbok Radio, where he finished as the Chief of General Services Air Force, Good Hope FM, Jacaranda FM, Algoa FM and Fine Music Radio (FMR), where he was one of founders.
Veteran car began broadcasting & # 39; a career with the SABC in 1959 in Sea Point in his office. From there he went to Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia) in 1968, where he finished as the head of the Rhodesian Broadcasting Corporation (RBC) of commercial radio and the division of television before returning to South Africa in 1982, where he joined the racer Radio and became the leader a radio station, until it closed in 1985.
After working Afrikaans SABC radio career and Jacaranda FM, he returned to Cape Town, where he was the producer and host of the afternoon call to Talkabout radio show in South Africa, before he moved on SAFM.
He was also a founding member of the Fine Music Radio (FMR) station in Cape Town, where he was also the lead and became manager in 1997, after which he retired from FMROV after ten years in 2007.
On Saturday, his Herman Lategan is a Facebook friend Leslie said McKenzie «started a lot of young people car & # 39; EASURES".
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