Four things we love about Leanne Manas

Four things we love about Leanne Manas

The incredible Leanne Manas will be a keynote speaker at ECR Women's Business Webinar. Let's look at four things that make her one of SA's favourite media personalities.

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Leanne Manas is one of South Africa's most renowned on-screen talents, a businesswoman, and a 46664 ambassador. 

She has won countless awards, thanks to her incredible work ethic.  

Let’s looks at four things we love the most about Leanne Manas. 

Charismatic Personality

Manas is a three-time winner of You Magazine’s 'Best Overall TV Presenter'.

She has been the host of SABC 2’s 'Morning Live' for over a decade. Throughout her career, she has interviewed high-profile people such as Nelson Mandela, Oprah Winfrey, Celine Dion, and John Legend.

It is her charismatic personality that has had many South Africans glued to the breakfast show every morning for almost two decades.

READ: Leanne Manas makes a difference beyond the television studio 

Charity Work

Manas was chosen by former President Nelson Mandela to be an ambassador for 46664

On Mandela Day 2015, Manas summited Africa’s highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro, to raise funds to buy sanitary towels for girls in rural areas.

Manas is also a United Nations Refugee (UNHCR) Goodwill Ambassador. 


Manas runs several businesses. She is a sought-after Master of Ceremonies, does public speaking, corporate training, motivational talks, and she also used to own a retail store. 

She has also partnered with a local production company to release the book and DVD, 'The Antenatal Guide', which has done very well.

Family Orientated

Manas is married to Marc Menelaou. The two have been married since 2005. They are blessed with two children - Alexandro and Gabriella.

Manas prides herself as a mother. She says despite all the work she has done; her favourite is being a mother.

Join Manas at the East Coast Radio Women’s Business Webinar, which takes place on 26 August 2020 from 10:00 -12:00. Tickets cost just R150. Click here to purchase your ticket. 

READ: Leanne Manas on fighting the abuse of women and children

Main Image Courtesy of Leanne Manas/Facebook

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