Kaya FM Unveils Dynamic Shows and New On-Air Presenters
MEDIA RELEASE- 31 August 2016
KAYA FM UNVEILS DYNAMIC SHOWS AND NEW ON AIR PRESENTERS
Johannesburg – Kaya FM 95.9 Home of the Afropolitan is pleased to announce some dynamic changes in its on air content this September with a robust line up of accomplished personalities including; Tebogo “Proverb” Thekiso, Bridget Masinga, Thomas Msengana, and Kojo Baffoe. The changes are part of the station’s continued focus in creating engaging content that appeals to the ever evolving Afropolitan demographic.
On weekends, the “Kaya FM Top 40” which airs every Saturday between 10h00 and 14h00, will be hosted by Proverb who has built his on air profile at Kaya FM with guest appearances across various daytime shows. The show will take a different approach to the traditional countdowns exploring, unearthing and capturing musical narratives influenced by Proverbs experience and insight in music.
On weekdays, the evening 21h00 to 23h00 slot gets a meticulous makeover with an arts and culture show that showcases the modern creative world. Seasoned presenter Bridget Masinga will be anchor presenter every Monday to Wednesday and as well as Sundays between 22h00 to 24h00. Bridget Masinga has always been one to challenge her own comfort and broaden her horizons. She started her career as a Miss South Africa contestant before moving to television and radio. As part of aligning its focus in classical and contemporary African art and design, the “Karibu” show which similarly aims to reconnect Africans with their history whilst reflecting on successes and challenges hosted by Mike Siluma will move from its Sunday slot 22h00-24h00 to Thursdays between 21h00-23h00.
The “Epic Rhythm” mix show airing Friday’s 19h00-22h00 and Saturday 18h00-22h00 has evolved to a sophisticated musical experience providing unique mix of sounds for the Afropolitan moving into the weekend. Thomas Msengana will host the “Epic Rhythm” show from the 9th of September with content crafted for an audience enjoying their prime. As an accomplished radio host Thomas, established his radio prowess with young Afropolitans through the epic “Harambe” show with Bad Boy T, Lee and Sanza on Y FM.
Thabo “T-Bose” Mokwele the host of Best T in the City will add the new “Touch of Soul” Sunday music show from 14h00 to- 18h00 to his on air portfolio. The show will be a presentation of Soul, Lounge, Gospel classic RnB and contemporary songs from the continent of Africa and the world.
In addition, entrepreneur, writer, facilitator, content architect, former Destiny Man magazine editor and speaker Kojo Baffoe will be hosting a new in depth talk show due to broadcast from October 2016.
Kaya FM celebrates 19 years in broadcasting since its inception on the 1 August 1997. The leading South African radio station has evolved over the years from a mainly jazz station to a multi-platform, multi-content platform that speaks to a distinct Afropolitan audience.
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