Munghana Lonene FM is pleased to announce its new line-up with a few cosmetic changes to enhance its effectiveness from Monday, 4 May 2020.
Polokwane – Munghana Lonene FM is pleased to announce its new line-up with a few cosmetic changes to enhance its effectiveness from Monday, 4 May 2020.
Veteran Broadcaster, Eric “Khel-Khel” Makelani swaps places with Risimati “N’wana n’wa Gee” Kwinika. Khel-Khel as he is affectionately known to the station listeners’ will now present the
22h00-01h00 show Gongomela from Mondays to Thursdays. The show has been extended with an hour to accommodate social talk-backs which Khel-Khel is known to handle with poise. N’wana n’wa Gee joins the daytime team at 13h30 – 15h00 presenting Dzumba na Mina. Fridays see a resurgence of the house music show Ta Duma which will be hosted by Rooitjie Rikhotso from 22h00 to 01h00.
In an attempt to remain relevant to our audiences and appeal to the younger market, the station is set to introduce a new vibrant presenter, Mathilda Chauke on Weekends from 09h00 to
12h00 who will bring a new flavor to the Top 30 Chart Show on Saturdays as well as the Live and Unplugged show Lathela on Sundays. Khel-Khel comes back to the airwaves with the station’s Xitsonga Top 10 Saturday evenings from 18h00 to 19h00. Weekend evenings 19h00 to 22h00
will now be in the capable hands of the 2018 Radio Award winning Thembzana Reloaded with a new music and talent show Mantshwani on Saturdays and a Live Gospel fiesta Empfuxelelweni on Sundays. Thembzana Reloaded replaces DJ Soulcrusher who will join the production team
for weekdays 22h00 to 01h00. Xitsonga Hip Hop pioneer Mchangani completes the station line
up with the presentation of Emanembenembeni ya Hip Hop on Saturdays and on Sunday, he
treat his audiences to a new student orientated show Campus Connection.
The rest of the Line-up remains unchanged.
“The small changes to line-up and minor content realignment will reflect the station’s strategy
of attracting audiences who were not necessarily following Munghana Lonene FM, it will also
serve the Vatsonga na Machangani nation, speak to younger listeners, whilst retaining our
programming content that will resonate with loyal listeners” said Tebogo Magubane, Munghana Lonene FM’s Programmes Manager.