Thomas Msengana

Thomas Msengana has spent more than 21 years in the industry. Infiltrating hearts, homes, institutions and businesses with his wit, challenging nature and genuine love for South Africa.

His evolution in broadcasting has been a marvel to witness. From cutting his teeth at Good Hope FM alongside such greats as Randall Abrahams and Mark Gillman – in the late 90’s, to being one of the first and most durable voices of YFM (alongside other great icons like DJ Fresh and Oskido. This this powerhouse has already enjoyed milestones many dream of experiencing.

Thomas moved from his hometown of Cape Town in 1997 and immediately landed jobs at both yFM and Woza Weekend and these were just the start.

From speaking to the youth of Gauteng to host the biggest breakfast show on Metro FM.

He left the regional youth station in 2006 to join the ranks of Glen Lewis and Bob Mabena at the national adult station, Metro  FM. There he would host the midday show for just a year before moving to THE prime slot  – the breakfast show which was him home for three years.

Then followed a weekend slot on 5FM before moving to Kaya FM.

Thomas is the only South African to have hosted radio shows on all top three commercial radio station’s owned by the SABC and Kaya FM. He is now heard daily on Metro FM.

With his passion for golf growing year by year, he has contributed to the philanthropic work of the Gary Player Invitational since 2009. He has hosted and played at many major annual tournaments including the Telkom/Super Sport Shootout, The Sunshine Tour Media Challenge, the Laureus Awards Golf Day and the Vodacom Origins Tour, to name but a few.

He has collaborated with global companies hosting fans/winners at global events as he LOVES being an ambassador for greatness.

In 1998 he represented Coca-­‐Cola at the Soccer World Cup in France. Six years later he represented South Africa for the United Nations at the Millennium Goals annual Conference. Then in 2008 he represented Unilever
for Axe deodorant in Ibiza and the same year found him in France with Martel Cognac.

In 2011, he represented Vodacom at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.