Vuyo Mvoko has made his name written in gold in the field of Journalism in South Africa. Vuyo Mvoko has worked in different South Africa media firm. Vuyo Mvoko is political editor currently working with ENCA. Vuyo Mvoko  formerly worked with SABC, during his stay at SABC he worked as a group editor. On this post we are going to give a brief information about Vuyo Mvoko, one of the top South African journalist.

Vuyo Mvoko Profile

Name  Vuyo Mvoko
Age  35 – 45 Years
Country  South Africa
Career  Journalist
Marital Status  Married
Wife  Sino Mvoko
Birth Date  February 21

Who Is Vuyo Mvoko

Vuyo Mvoko is a specialist TV anchor/presenter (ENCA News), Forbes Africa magazine’s Associate Editor, and is also chairperson of community TV station BAY TV. Vuyo Mvoko is currently working as a specialist reporter for eNCA. Vuyo Mvoko formerly worked with SABC and later left to join eNCA.

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SABC Suspends Vuyo Mvoko

On September 14 2016, Vuyo Mvoko, South Africa’s senior political journalists and anchors, Vuyo Mvoko, during his stay with SABC got suspended . He was suspended by the public broadcaster after he penned an article for The Star criticizing censorship and the culture of bullying that he believes is prevalent at the South African Broadcasting Cooperation (SABC).

Vuyo Mvoko Marriage (Wife)

Vuyo Mvoko is happily married. Vuyo Mvoko got married to the love of his life Sina Mvoko on June 8 20198. In attendance to their traditional and white wedding ceremony were friends and Family. It was a glamorous event.

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Vuyo Mvoko Mugged On Camera

On March 11 2015, Journalist Vuyo Mvoko  was mugged on camera by two men as he waited to go on air.

Footage shows two men accosting Vuyo Mvoko  who was outside a Johannesburg hospital to report on the arrival of Zambia’s president for medical tests.

Mr Mvoko later said one of the muggers threatened him with a gun when he did not want to give up his mobile phone.

The robbers appear unconcerned by the presence of the camera.