Born and raised in Cape Town, Danine Naidoo stacks a few titles under her belt. TV presenter, fashion stylist, publicist and emcee. After completing her qualification in PR at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, she gained agency experience in the field, including work at: Marcus Brewster Publicity, Globecreative and Sentient Communications. Accounts worked on include: Heat magazine, Zoo Weekly/Weekliks, La Mer, Virgin Mobile's Maroon 5 and One Republic concert, Paul Smith South Africa, Mosaic Farm and FHM. Danine then bid PR agency life goodbye to pursue freelance publicity and ticked off another dream on her list, by taking a course in fashion styling with Pippa Lynch Fashion Stylists. Freelance PR clients included: Grammy nominated singer Cofield Mundi, Diletto online gourmet store and Dummett Co. Fashion styling opportunities picked up pace, and Danine found herself working with some of Cape Town's finest photographers, modeling agencies, print publications and TV shows including: Muse Management, Ice Model Management, Vivian de Waal Photography, Mark le Grange Photography, Tim Hulme Photography, Seagram Pearce Photography, True Love magazine, Weigh Less magazine and Hectic NineT9 SABC2. After assisting with a number of styling inserts and live fashion segments on Hectic NineT9, a serious twist of fate fell on Danine's path.She was asked to audition for a spot as an anchor TV presenter on the show, and...The rest is history as they say. Danine went on to present for the daily youth show for just over 2 years (2010 to 2012) and also represented the show as publicist. She has since left to pursue a number of other dreams she aspires to. Surprisingly, just when she thought LIVE TV would leave her for a while, another opportunity came along immediately to guest and insert present for Expresso SABC 3. Danine was also contracted for PR/publicity at Artscape Theatre and Maynardville open air theatre. Productions worked on include: Songs Of Migration with Bra Hugh Masekela and Sibongile Khumalo, Kingdom of Earth, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Cardenio and Kwela Bafana.