Jenny moves from the light and fun, to the more serious, tackling emotionally sensitive topics, presenting face to face interviews with a range of thinkers, leaders and celebrities, and opens lines on topical current affairs issues.
Jenny Crwys-Williams is one of the finest, best read, most entertaining and sauciest talk-show hosts in the country to date!
But Jenny's skills are not restricted to the studio! A stage presenter of note Jenny has become a much sought after MC and compère at a vast cross-section of functions – an area in which she excels!
Nominated by Primedia, Talk Radio 702 presenter, Jenny Crwys-Williams was the winner in the Women in Energy - Community Category.
The ETA Awards aim to reward the proven application of sound energy efficiency principles, which reduce energy use, ensure cost reductions and have positive environmental benefits.
Jenny Crwys-Williams was responsible for instigating the Big-Switch Off campaign, which encouraged businesses and residents to switch off non-essential lighting and appliances for one hour in a symbolic gesture of the need to save energy.
During the winter of 2007, she used her afternoon radio show on Talk Radio 702 to tirelessly promote energy efficiency – both to help avoid unnecessary power cuts and to relieve the pressure we put on the environment.
One of the successes her campaign achieved was that Crwys-Williams made a demonstrable impact; visually, Sandton went dark for an hour, Eskom also measured a 5MW drop-off during the switch-off.
Jenny Crwys-Williams began her journalism career in the United Kingdom. She was deputy editor of Cambridge, Huntingdon and Peterborough Life and freelanced for the likes of The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and The Field. In 1976, she returned to South Africa as women's editor of the Natal Mercury, a position she held for six years. In 1984, Jenny was appointed Johannesburg bureau chief of Cosmopolitan, resigning after nine months to launch and edit Excellence magazine for the Sun International Group.
She was founding editor for Changes, Choices and the Argus Group's Sunday Star magazine. As a freelancer, she edited Excellence, as well as contributed to Style and other South African publications.
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