Gabz FM reveals new line up

Gabz FM staff during fresh look line up launch.PIC.KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Gabz FM staff during fresh look line up launch.PIC.KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Local private radio station, Gabz FM has launched a fresh look line up.

Although there are few new faces, the management has decided to switch the presenters around as the station strives to reach more audience.

The new line up which they say has been two years in the making was launched by the programmes manager Siamisang Moalafhi. Briefing members of the media at the station purple offices this morning, Moalafhi said: “We have been cooking up this magic that you see here today for almost two years now. It has been two years without refreshing the line-up. We are committed to expanding our reach and engaging more audiences.”

One of the most notable changes in the line up is the Breakfast Show which now will be called, Breakfast In High Definition (HD), which will see the dynamic Duo of radio veterans Kgosi ‘Dollar Mac’ Kgosidintsi and Setho Mongatane co-anchoring the show, flanked by news bae, Rorisang Mogojwe and Tshepo ‘Slow’ Sekgororoane.

After Breakfast in HD, the voice of Gaone Khumomatlhare will take over the Gabz FM dial with a show called Mid-Morning Delight.

The line up re-introduces radio talent, like songtress Samantha Mogwe and Swift Mpololoka forming the duo on a luchtime drive show dubbed ‘Midday Fix Reloaded’ and Carlos Makgato for an evening slot in a show called “Purple Nights.”

The weekend line up comes with few changes maintaining Phlyhoney , Joe, Teekay and introduce new kid on the block Bame Boitshoko.

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