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Born and raised in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Pamela Buckle aka Little MMI (Little Miss Mission Impossible) is South Africa’s most enthusiastic travel presenter and personality across various channels. Travels and unique experiences like exploring volcanoes, climbing South Africa’s highest mountains and flying helicopters all form part of her world.
Pam studied BA Marketing Communications and BA Audio Visual at University of Johannesburg for 3 years and then completed a radio presenting course at On Cue Communication. Since then she has been a radio presenter for many years and recently co- hosted and presented the news and traffic for the Afternoon Drive on Mix 93.8FM with Al your Pal between 3pm-6pm. For over 3 years, Pamela hosted and presented a weekly travel radio show with Tony Blewitt in the mornings called “Out on Air” which had listeners gaining loads of what to do and where to go tips in South Africa.
Pamela is a sought after voice over artist having completed voice over’s, corporate radio ads and videos, for top corporate clients across various radio stations nationwide.
Pamela has been a travel reporter for 11 years, writing for various popular travel magazines including “Intrepid Explorer” as well as a regular contributor for Nightjar Travel. She has featured in numerous trend magazines and has a highly successful online blog whereby she features articles sharing her personal travel experiences in South Africa on her website http://www.littlemmi.com which attracts an extensive monthly audience.
Pam is an energized and successful Emcee, having been a Master of Ceremonies for various events in which she has left the audience entertained, inspired, encouraged and motivated.
Pamela is passionate about travel and embraces life with enthusiasm and laughter! Through years of experience in the South African tourism industry, she became focused on providing individuals with tips on time and budget friendly travel and experiences. It was through this that “Travelwrx” was initiated, a travel budgeting info source that was soft launched with the Microsoft “Plus More Summer” campaign as well as Premier Hotels. The full portal is set to be launched, presenting Travelwrx as a travel hub inspiring both travel and adventure seekers!
Pam also recently launched “Outdoor Talks”, a morning that inspires and provides quality, and budget friendly travel ideas in a forum for like minded travellers to share their own personal recommendations.
Pam was chosen as one of Kulula airlines most Unique South Africans to join the Most South African Flight Ever. Pamela is always looking for new adventures and just recently set off to attempt climbing the 9 Highest Peaks in the 9 provinces of South Africa.
Having a marketing and interactive strategic background both work and study, Pam’s career hit a turning point in 2004 when she started exploring Social Media. Since then Pam has always been on trend with social media having also studied Social Media through Get Smarter and the University of Cape Town, achieving a distinction and top in her class as an exemplary student.
Pamela supports various charities and initiatives that speak to her heart including Meals on Wheels Community Services, a non-profit organization providing cooked meals to the poorest of the poor, vulnerable persons and the elderly & providing community support, infrastructures, and services to those in need. Another charity that Pam has volunteered for years is Faces of Hope Foundation which provides financial assistance and support for individuals suffering with various cancers. Pam also completed Warrior Races and braved the Everest Day and a Half challenge for the Sunflower Fund, demonstrating the lengths she would go to help charities.
In a nutshell, Pamela Buckle is an outdoor, dynamic and enthusiastic individual, inspiring both adventure seekers and ‘stuck at home’ individuals to step out of their comfort zones.
Pamela was born to entertain and at heart she is a proud ambassador for South Africa!
“Rather dream than to not dream at all!”