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PHOTOS: 5 Beautiful TV Anchors That Made Kenya Men Glued On The Screens in The 80',90 And 2000's

It doesn't matter if you were born in the 80s, 90s or even past the Millenium 2000, because you will agree that TV was one of the most valued items in most Kenyan homes. Most people used to be glued to their TV screens not because of the many good programmes but because of some beautiful anchors.

Do you remember some of the beautiful female anchors that made many men to be glued on their screens?

Here is a list of some of them;

1.Catherine Kasavuli

Veteran TV siren Catherine Kasavuli is known to all Kenyans, having graced the small screens for over three decades from her 80s days at the Voice of Kenya (VOK), now KBC, to the 2000s at Citizen TV. Other than her prowess on the job, she is known for her ageless beauty.


2.Kathleen Openda

Kathleen was one of the founding staff members of Kenya Television Network (KTN), Kenya’s first private TV station. She was a popular broadcast personality, journalist, editor and anchor. Openda launched the Breakfast Show and Third Opinion, two high impact interactive shows.

3. Winnie Mukami


She gained fame in 2003 when NTV was launched after she became a news anchor in the station. However, she had started her career journey at KBC as a TV and radio current affairs presenter and producer two years before.

4. Beatrice Marshall

The news anchor worked at KTN for eight years, and also hosted a show, Agenda 5 and Diplomatic Perspective while at the same time working as the Deputy Managing Editor at the station. She had joined KTN after working for Kenya's national broadcaster, KBC in the '90s.

5.Regina Re

If you grew up in the late 80s all the way to 90s then you must know and love Regine Re. She was a news anchor and the host of the popular Omo Pick a Box Show.

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Catherine Kasavuli Citizen TV. KBC Kenya Millenium 2000

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