Kaya FM temporarily closes as employee tests positive for Covid-19

Kaya FM temporarily closes as employee tests positive for Covid-19

- Kaya FM has temporarily closed shop after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19

- The radio station issued a press statement to explain why they were closing and that all employees had been alerted

- According to the statement, the station will continue broadcasting all their shows remotely

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It seems even radio stations are not safe from the wrath of the novel coronavirus. The filming of various TV shows has been halted due to cast members testing positive for the virus. Kaya FM has also joined the growing list of places temporarily closed because of the pandemic.

In a press statement, the broadcaster said that the 97 employees have been informed and they are awaiting test results. The building used by Kaya FM will be temporarily closed while it undergoes cleaning and sanitising.

Kaya FM temporarily closes as staff tests positive for Covid-19

A Kaya FM staff member tested positive for Covid-19 and the station has been shut down
Source: UGC

Systems have been put in place to ensure that the show goes on. The station will broadcast remotely until further notice.

Kaya FM MD Greg Maloka said:

"The Kaya FM family is our number one priority; we will get through this together as a company and as a society at large"

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi Mhlongo's bosom buddy Thato Mbha, better known as TT, has tested positive for Covid-19 . TT, who also stars in Somizi's reality TV show, took to social media on Wednesday to let his friends and fans know that he has contracted the viirus. TT, who asked Mzansi peeps to take the virus seriously, said he started his 14-day isolation programme last week Friday.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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