Sally Burdett is a South African journalist, Radio and TV Presenter, Anchor, Manager, Producer, Writer and Editor of Fair Lady magazine and is best known to TV audiences for her news anchoring on both SABC and eNCA.
Who is Sally Burdett Husband?
The man after this gifted South African journalist’s heart is yet to be known. She has kept her personal life so private that not even a hint as regards to who she is dating or married to have escaped into the curious ears of the public. As at the meantime, there is no information to be shared as regards to who Sally Burdett is married to.
What Does Sally Burdett Enjoy About Johannesburg?
She was more determined to love Johannesburg. Her neighbours were nice to her which resulted in the loss of negativity for the place. She loves the cosmopolitan lifestyle, energy, passionate people, and the street café culture of Johannesburg. As regards to what she enjoys doing at Johannesburg when she is not on set, she replied that “I go to the Emmarentia Rose Garden with friends and enjoy the gardens. Jo’burg has great shops and I enjoy the hustle and bustle of the shopping malls. There are wonderful restaurants and I love the street café culture that has sprung up in Jo’burg over the last five to six.
What Has Sally Burdett Career Life Been Like?
Even though she was born in England, she has lived in South Africa since the age of 3. Apparently, she moved to Johannesburg after completing a drama and journalism degree at Rhodes University in 1988 in Grahamstown and lived there for 13 years.
After graduating, she began working at SABC as a radio and television news journalist and anchor from March 1989 to February 2003. Since then, she has worked at various organizations including, media24 and ETV.
At eNCA, Burdett began working in October 2013 and has held different positions including, news anchor, national news editor, and story development editor.
Sally was once noted to have said that “My ongoing love of words – which began when I learnt to read – has carried me through many career experiences. Moving into print in 2002, after 14 years presenting radio and television news programmes at the SABC, was a fresh challenge. After working with the spoken word for so long it was a wonderful experience to write for such a prestigious magazine.
It’s also great to have a job where reading magazines and newspapers is part of your job description – research, you know! My love of reading has given me so much: a great career, but also on a more personal level, it’s my special treat, my escape from a stressful day and a great way to spend a peaceful hour or two.”