Peter Ndoro is a Zimbabwean born media personality based in South Africa. Ndoro is known for being a news anchor on the SABC daily news programme "Prime Time News".
Peter Ndoro was married to Azania Mosaka, between 2005 and 2011 before they divorced.
Ndoro has a daughter named Shamiso Mosaka.
Ndoro resigned on his last day of articles that would have seen him becoming an accountant. With the prompting of a friend, decided to audition for a job on ZBC Radio One in Zimbabwe. Ndoro stayed at ZBC for six months and then moved to South Africa to further his career in broadcasting. He got a voice-over position with M-Net, and soon afterwards his face was on television screens. He worked for Radio Highveld and SAFM.
Ramaphosa Death Blunder
In February 2018, Ndoro mistakenly said that Cyril Ramaphosa had died. Ndoro was speaking about the late Zimbabwean opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, but made an error and said Ramaphosa’s name instead. Ndoro took a break from presenting the evening news with immediate effect. He told management that he was fatigued and they’ve agreed on an indefinite break. In January 2018, Ndoro made a similar error when he announced that Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi had died instead of former homeland leader Kgosi Lucas Mangope.
Apart from being a master of ceremonies and television personality, Ndoro has his own production company.
- Peter Ndoro, Brainstorm, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: April 1, 2021
- Ndoro to take a break from news presenting, SABC News, Published: February 16, 2018, Retrieved: April 1, 2021
- Lizeka Tandwa, 'Fatigued' Peter Ndoro takes a break after Ramaphosa death blunder, News24, Published: February 16, 2018, Retrieved: April 1, 2021
- Ndoro has not been fired: SABC, SABC News, Published: February 18, 2018, Retrieved: April 1, 2021