Titus is one of few female journalists in South Africa who follow the sports beat specializing in football, tracking the Premier Soccer League as well as the National First Division. She beams live into millions of viewers homes across TV channels interviewing coaches, players and various VIP’s from the soccer fraternity on the latest news hot off the pitch.
She is also the host of a magazine show on SABC called The TKO – she’s the first female boxing anchor on this platform and chats all things TKO to the boxing community within South Africa.
She’s passionate about having the female voice in sport heard and hosts an online show on Kwese-ESPN that’s fun, informative and raises the voice of the women in sport across Pan Africa. Her voice can be heard on Radio 2000 as she talks all that is sport on ‘The Touchline’ with Romy Titus which infuses sport and lifestyle in a well packaged 3 hour show which serves up something for every sports fan over the weekend.
Her career spans more than 17 years and she has had the opportunity to work at every broadcasting house in the country. Her news background has abled her to touch down at any location and report on news as it breaks, be it current affairs or sport.
She transforms from a live studio environment to an outside broadcast seamlessly making live television look stress-free, earning an award for her work in 2008 by the South African Broadcasting Corporation.
Titus’ credibility as a Journalist has not gone unnoticed making her the media mo-girl that many companies sought after as MC and key note speaker, whether they have a sporty fun day, an elegant gala dinner to gracefully host or in need of a media expert to train their staff.
When Titus not behind the mic, she advocates for children’s rights through her organization called ‘Babies Behind Bars’ which has earned her a Mandela Washington Fellowship initiated by former US President Barack Obama, a community hero award by beauty house Elizabeth Arden, 100 Young Leaders by Independent Newspapers a Ubuntu Award recipient as well as a Paul Harris Fellowship awarded by Rotary South Africa.