Kaya FM reinstate Thomas Msengana to host new show with Skhumba
15 April 2021 - 13:12
Kaya FM brings back Thomas Msengana to host new show with Skhumba who’s been receiving criticism
Kaya FM announced that they would be bringing back Thomas Msengana to their station to host their new show alongside Skhumba Hlophe.
What to expect from the Thomas Msengana and Skhumba show?
The news was announced on the Kaya FM website, confirming the rumours.
The breakfast show, titled Thomas and Skhumba in the Morning, is scheduled to begin from the 3rd of May 2021, having Msengana as the host while the entertaining Skhumba as the co-host.
Msengana was more than happy to return to the station he once worked for, and he’s confident in making sure the show becomes a success.
“It feels fantastic to be coming back to the Kaya family. There’s something new in the Kaya energy, and I’m so excited about being part of this unique listening experience. And working with Skhumba is a highlight in my radio career. Love you Kaya 959.” stated Msengana.
Msengana decided to make this move after he departed from his show on Metro FM alongside Pearl Modiadie, with that show only running for a few months.
Skhumba, who has been entertaining many for seven years on the station, is also looking forward to this new adventure of his.
“I’ve been with Kaya for 7 years Now… feels awesome to be doing the morning Show… looking forward to it.” said Skhumba.
The breakfast show will start airing from the 3rd of May 2021 from 06:00 until 09:00 on Kaya FM.
Many listeners upset by Skhumba inclusion
Although many believe Skhumba is an entertaining character to listen to, many feel the opposite way about his style of presenting.
According to social media, many people just don’t find Skhumba funny at all but instead, find him to be rather corny.
Another issue that they have, is Skhumba’s ‘Kasi’ lingo that many don’t seem to understand leading to many refusing to listen to the station.
However, some Skhumba fans came out to protect their DJ by showing praise towards Skhumba and appreciating his growth in the radio industry.