Just hours after Unathi Msengana announced her departure from Metro FM, the radio station has confirmed that they have now bagged DJ Fresh as their new member.
There's been so much re-shuffling in South Africa whether it be political or media related and we just can't seem to keep up.
Unathi Msengana has left Metro FM, Zama left 94.7 and now DJ Fresh has left Metro FM's sister site, 5FM and has made the urban radio station as his home.
“Look, I know a lot of people might wonder what my show will sound like now with a big move from 5FM to Metro FM – but I am confident that we are going to keep doing what we do best, which is make GREAT RADIO!” commented, DJ Fresh in a recent statement.
Since the announcement, the public has had a mixed reactions with regards to Fresh's new radio home.
The DJ's return to what some term as "black radio" has clearly restored people's confidence in the radio station.
METRO FM we are not done.... WELCOME HOME #DJFRESH— IG: IamJoesnack (@iam_JOESNACK) March 31, 2017
#DjFresh Welcome back to black radio. Waking up to you again will be awesome.— Royal Coach (@QueenNandi1) March 31, 2017
Another reason to listen to metro station #djfresh— THABO (@ThaboMasterP) March 31, 2017
This week has been filled with a lot of radio announcements, the other being, Tbo Touch's official launch of his digital radio station - Touch HD which poached the likes of Glen Lewis from Metro FM and Tim Modise from Power FM.
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