Somizi booted from DJ Fresh’s show in Metro FM reshuffle

Somizi booted from DJ Fresh’s show in Metro FM reshuffle

- Metro FM has made some massive changes in a recent reshuffle

- Among the names added to the station are analyst Ayabonga Cawe, Relebogile Mabotja, Moshe Ndiki and Andile Ncube

- One of the biggest changes is the move that Somizi will be making, from DJ Fresh’s #FreshBreakfast to #TheBridge

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Popular SA radio station, Metro FM, has announced that their line-up will be changing, with new presenters featuring on the new schedule and veteran DJs moving shows.

The radio station will be adding Ayabonga Cawe, Relebogile Mabotja, Moshe Ndiki and Andile Ncube to their already impressive list of hosts.

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According to the Sowetan LIVE, Flamboyant Mzansi celebrity, Somizi Mhlongo, will be leaving the #FreshBreakfast with radio veteran, DJ Fresh, and will be taking up position on #TheBridge show. found out that the #FreshBreakfast will be welcoming award-winning actress, presenter, singer and radio host, Relebogile Mabotja, from the start of May.

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Relebogile recently quit her position at radio station 702.

"She will add her voice to the freshest breakfast team on radio with her smart thinking, wittiness and ability to have diverse views and in-depth knowledge of current affairs content as well her relatability and appeal," Metro FM gushed.

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In a statement, Metro FM explained that other changes will take effect from 1 April and expressed their excitement at the new schedule.

"The station has built on to the successes of the station’s currently strong line-up. Metro FM is proud to announce its 2019/20 line-up, as it aims to continue raising the industry bar. The station will effect slight changes to its line-up on 1 April 2019, in line with continuous delivery to its mandate and business strategy."

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