DIARY: 02 November with Sindi Mqutheni

DIARY: 02 November with Sindi Mqutheni

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It’s a mid-week Friday! All up and ready to have another great show!

Azizzar gets the show on the road with a prayer and she follows with the morning’s first news bulletin followed by sports headlines by our sports anchor, Benjamin.

Tol Ass Mo’s music triple play kicks off the show with selections from Cassper Nyovest, Mr. Fill Up Anything, to the Kings Of The Weekend, Sphectacula and DJ Naves with their brand new hit called I Do and obviously Mo had to choose one of his songs to include on the triple play called Shugadibang!

On the papers this morning, we look at our usual Sowetan, The Times and the Business Day. The big question there was if this is the end for President Jacob Zuma?!

Talking about the President, we had a promo of the Arch Bishop of Radio this morning taken from yesterday’s show when he was struggling a bit with saying Gareth Bail’s monthly salary. The funniest radio promo I’ve heard in a while.

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Banging hits coming in from Durban’s Finest, DJ Tira and DJ Sox called Umsindo, making noise on the airwaves alongside DJ Sbu featuring Zahara with their hit song Ndingubani coming from the song requests.

Still on the song requests, we have jams like Zola – Lomhlaba and also rocking Rouge featuring NoMoozlie with Mbongo Zaka!

We run a poll on social media and open the lines for comments. Would you want your Child or Partner to take a lie detector test when you suspect something wrong?

Honestly, I don’t know if I’ll handle all the truth, maybe some truth would be nice, but like they say, sometimes the truth hurts.

We get onto our #EWCW interview with the Soweto, Pimville born Sindi Mqutheni. She is a vibrant lady with a big smile and a lovely personality. She’s very friendly and outspoken. She’s also a singer but currently not doing any shows because time doesn’t allow at the moment. She’s very inspirational and she’s a very open person and speaks her mind.

Before she wraps up the interview, she shares her singing talent with our very own Azizzar joining her with her angelic voice.

The African triple play by Maggz gets the last hour of the show rolling with a beautiful variety of African artists.

The Arch Bishop of Radio, DJ Sbu, speaks to Vanessa Marawa on the line for her new television venture. It’s a game show called Spell Bound, a spelling competition, which starts airing on the 20th of November 2016.

The Wednesday edition of the #DJSbuBreakfast is done and dusted! Check you out on throw back Thursday!