Meet Gerry Rantseli Elsdon
Gerry Elsdon is most famously known for her role as a presenter on M-Net and judge on the first Big Brother Africa reality show.
Gerry Elsdon is most famously known for her role as a presenter on M-Net and judge on the first Big Brother Africa reality show. However, she is also actively working with organisations both at home and overseas to change the plight of our children, people living with tuberculosis and health and wellness. In addition to Gerry’s role as a TV personality, she is an international humanitarian, activist and outspoken voice on issues of women’s empowerment, community regeneration, wellbeing and its impact on women and children in Africa. Tough Gerry is a TV personality we have not seen much of her on our TV screens in the past years. She is a national TB Ambassador and made her biggest television impressions as the co-host of
South Africa’s first Big Brother reality series and as a continuity presenter for M-Net. In previous years Gerry had returned to our screens as a host and executive producer with South Africa’s satellite news network, ANN7, but left to set a new career course. She has undertaken international speaking engagements at the invitation of the UN, UNAID, UNCTAD, The World Health Organisation and the IFRC on behalf of the South African people and Global Communities. She speaks openly about the issues that plague our communities and addresses the humanitarian challenges that we must overcome head-on. She delivers her ambitions with a motivational and inspirational voice of someone who is unafraid to work toward positive change.
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