YFM to lose 9 DJs from their station this month


YFM to lose 9 DJs from their station this month

YFM to lose 9 DJs from their station this month

Joburg’s youth radio station, YFM will be losing 9 presenters from their station this month and it is really a sad news.

Losing 9 on-air hosts in a space of 1 month is not what many of their fans are expecting.

The news was made known through Twitter by YFM in a statement which reads: “The day time line-up will say farewell to DJ Sabby and Altovise Lawrence of the Best Drive, host of Anathi’s Nights On Y, Anathi Seyisi and traffic presenter for Y Mornings, Jess B.”

“Da Kruk, Lebza Da Villan, Mellotik and DJ Zero will be leaving the mis DJ slot, YTKO. The weekend line-up will see a change as The Rodeo’s Scoop Makhathii moves on from YFM.”

Well, it looks like it’s their time as Two presenters that have been with the station for 10years were announced to be exiting the show on Monday and Tuesday namely; DJ Sabby and DJ Da Kruk.

Then another shocking 7 more were announced to be leaving afterwards, namely; Lebza Da Villain, Anathi  Seyisi, Altovise Lawrence, Jess B, Scoop Makhathini and DJ Zero.

The stations MD, Haseena Cassiim also went ahead to praise the on-air hosts for a good job well done during their years in the company.

He said: “it has been an honour working with these talented personalities. I’d like to thank them for their commitment to YFM and wish them well in their respective career paths.”

See tweet below:


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