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Chillin’ out Friday 25 November 2022

Chillin' out Fri 25 November 2022
Mdu Tha Party (L) Thabo Mhapha

All change at Yarona
The party is over at Yarona FM for Mdu Tha Party, who will be leaving the youthful radio station at the start of next month. After almost a decade with Yarona, the ‘Cool and the Gang’ presenter will take charge of the drive time show for the last time on Friday 9 December.

Mdu’s fans need not worry though; his voice will still be heard on radio as he is taking up a role with RB2 instead.

Joining Mdu through the Yarona exit door is Thabo Mhapha, a bubbly breakfast show presenter. Shaya wishes both men well in their future endeavours.

Beautiful buns in th...

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