South Africa says thank you to Wilson Nkosi for 34 years of service

South Africa says thank you to Wilson Nkosi for 34 years of service

- South Africa thanks Wilson B Nkosi for his service as he celebrates 34 years at Metro FM

- Social media users have flooded the internet with posts, thanking the DJ for doing such a great job

- He always dreamed of becoming a DJ while growing up in Swaziland and in 1986 his dream came true when he auditioned for a job at Metro FM

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Legendary radio presenter Wilson B Nkosi is being celebrated for 34 years of service. He has been a constant voice on South Africa's radio waves for an entire generation.

He has been with us through good times and bad. His career spanning major changes in South Africa's political and economic climate.

South Africans took to social media to pay homage to the great man who has been the voice of Metro FM so so many years.

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Wilson was born in the quiet town of Piet Retief and later moved to Swaziland where he grew up with the dream of one day becoming a radio DJ.

When he completed his studies he was told by the SABC that a new radio station would be launching called Radio Metropolitan, which would later be called Metro FM.

South Africa says thank you to Wilson Nkosi for 34 years of service
Wilson Nkosi and Metro FM celebrate 34 years of being on the air. Photo credit: Facebook/Metro FM
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He auditioned for the job as radio and DJ and become one of Metro FM's first DJ's proving that sometimes, dreams do come true.

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"We [the continent] are not only rich in culture but in minerals as well, Nigeria produced more than 1.9 million barrels of oil per day in 2014 and ranked as the 11th largest oil producer in the world."

In other news, Television personality and radio host Pearl Modiadie just gave birth to her tiny blessing and has been truly overwhelmed by love and support. Pearl has been touched by the kindness she and her family have received.

Parenting is not easy. It truly takes a village to raise children and the support from loved ones means more than anyone knows. Having people stand by your side as a parent and love your children almost as much as you do, is invaluable. learnt that Pearl’s heart has been overflowing with gratitude since she gave birth to her tiny blessing. The support she has received has been a true blessing.

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