The new Afrikaan translator is getting a job as a contributor to MTV News.
The show will be airing on Tuesday nights from 9 to 11 p.m. on MTV News and MTV2.
It is a position that is currently held by a native English speaker who was previously an editor and reporter for MTV News, but who is now doing his own show.
According to a statement by the organization, “The MTV News team has known for some time that she has an incredible talent and will help us grow our audience in a way that has never been done before.
We are incredibly excited to welcome her on board as a contributing writer for the program.
She is a great addition to the team.”
According to MTV, the show will have a focus on music, news and culture, and will be produced by the MTV News creative team.
The new Afrikan translator, who has yet to be named, will be a part of MTV News’ growing team of Afrikaanse reporters.
The position will require her to cover topics such as Afrikans, the news and entertainment industry, and news in general.
She has worked in music journalism for MTV for the past six years, and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
MTV said the job is currently filled by a former editor, and that she will continue to contribute to the MTV news program.
MTV News said in a statement: The MTV team has been working with our new AfriKann translator for the last 6 years, which is why we have named her our new contributing writer.
We believe she will bring a great knowledge of the Afrikaand community, music and culture to our news team, and help us continue to deliver high-quality content to our audiences.
She will contribute to our coverage of the news in a variety of areas including the music industry, politics, pop culture, sports, and food.
Afrikaans is a language spoken by over 100 million people in the Afrikas countries borders.
In South Africa, it is the second most spoken language in the country after English.