Nelisiwe Sibiya at Gagasi FMNelisiwe Sibiya replaces Penny Ntuli at Gagasi FM-Image Source@X

Renowned actress and vocalist Nelisiwe Sibiya has recently joined the team at Gagasi FM amidst a series of changes in the station’s on-air lineup. The announcement came during a special event at Black Bistro Lounge in Durban, which the radio station hosted.

Sibiya, known for her role in Durban Gen and her musical endeavours, expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to work with Gagasi FM. Describing it as an “amazing brand,” she highlighted her prior experience in radio during her teenage years, particularly at EKfm, a community station in Tsakane.

Nelisiwe Sibiya’s New Show and Collaboration

She will be co-hosting Shutdown Yomhlaba alongside Siphesihle “DJ Sphe Live” Shabalala every Sunday from 6 pm to 10 pm. Speaking of her collaboration with DJ Sphe Live, Sibiya expressed excitement and referred to him as a mentor figure, emphasizing her eagerness to learn and grow in her new role.

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Nelisiwe Sibiya joins Gagasi
Nelisiwe Sibiya joins Gagasi FM-Image Source@X

Return of Kings of the Weekend

In another significant move, DJ Naves and Sphe “Sphectacula” Ngwenya, also known as the Kings of the Weekend, are making a comeback to Gagasi FM. They will be hosting the Fast Lane alongside Thandi “Zisto” Mhlongo on weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm. This return follows their departure from Metro FM.

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Previous Departures and Controversies

Notably, Naves and Ngwenya’s return marks a shift from their abrupt departure from Gagasi FM to Metro FM in 2019. Their exit was surrounded by speculation, with reports suggesting SABC’s involvement in their move.

Prior to these recent developments, Gagasi FM faced scrutiny after presenter Penny Ntuli disclosed her resignation due to inadequate remuneration. Her departure, alongside other notable exits like Khaya Dladla and Hope Mbhele, raised questions about the station’s environment and management.

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