Denvor Phokaners is a South African entrepreneur and SAFTA nominated TV presenter best known as the host of both the SABC 2 lifestyle and travelogue programme Mooiloop! and DSTV Food Network’s cooking competition, “Chopped South Africa”.
He has also featured in the SABC 2 weekly soapie 7de Laan as Detective Heinrich Albertyn. In 2014 he appeared in the ETV’s daily drama “Rhythm City” as Bobby and acted as Gershwin D Fortune in the SABC2 comedy series Colour TV and also presented SABC2's variety show The Singing Buffalo in 2001.
He has taken part in a few South African musical productions of which the notable one has been playing Horace in the Charles Dickens adapted play “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” and Joseph in the musical “The Dreamer”.
As a singer songwriter he released two music albums, wrote a song for an American animation move entitled “Lion of Judah” and co-wrote a chart topping song, “Time Bomb”, with his project band called Superneon. The song went to No. 3 on Algoa FM and No. 4 on OFM.
In 2010 Denvor was chosen to be a business mentor and judge in the award winning SABC1 reality competition Rize Mzansi, which pitted 12 entrepreneurial companies against each other for the chance to win R1-million in business capital.
He has worked in front as well as behind the camera spending some time as a videographer, in his production company called SlowTrain Productions, specialising in corporate and event videos.
Denvor also recorded FW De Klerk's 70th birthday party as former president De Klerk's private videographer.
Denvor Phokaners is married to Michelle and together they have two children, Sarah-Mae and Daniel. They live in Johannesburg, South Africa.