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Ruda Landman coming back to our TV screens this Sunday

Ruda Landman decided to leave Carte Blanche – after co-hosting the show for nearly 19 years - back in 2007.

(Also read our article: What in the World Happened To ... Ruda Landman)

She will soon be back on our screens in a new series on kykNET and kykNET & Kie, called “VeranderDinge”.

The series will make its debut this Sunday evening (19 July) at 6pm and will be co-presented by Kim Cloete.

The show will see the hosts chatting to both famous and ordinary people who have changed courses in their lives.

The title says it all. Its called 'VeranderDinge' - meaning 'change things'. The conversations are about people's life-changing moments. We've spoken with all kinds of people who have shared their histories and journey's.

Ruda Landman, television personality

Ruda has been busy with freelance work since her departure from Carte Blanche.

She also founded a non-profit organization for students, and young people, who cannot afford fees for studies after high school.

Listen to the full conversation, with John Webb standing in, on Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:


This article first appeared on 702 : Ruda Landman coming back to our TV screens this Sunday


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