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Thursday, 28 March 2024 20:56

DJ Sbu returns to radio with breakfast show after almost a decade.

By Lehlohonolo Lehana.

Sibusiso Leope, affectionately known as "Dj Sbu" has been unveiled as the host of the new breakfast show on Radio 2000 after almost a decade away from wireless.

Dj Sbu's appointment to the prime time slot promises that South Africa's mornings will never be the same again, as he ushers in a new breakfast show together with the current team of Nathi Ndamase as co-presenter and Lelo Mzaca as the sports anchor.

Additionally, Radio 2000 also announced that award winning producer, artist, DJ and hitmaker Tlou Cleopas Monyepao aka 'DJ Cleo' will be joining the station.

The winner of several music awards – DJ Cleo with his wealth of musical knowledge will host a brand-new dance show 'The Eskhaleni Party' Fridays, 10pm to 12am

The rest of weekday daytime lineup remains unchanged with the vibrant Ntombi Phiri on Better Together between 9am and 12pm, David Mashabela returns with another season of The Royal Playground, from 12pm to 3pm; while Paul Mnisi drives you home together with his team Isaac Gampu and Lonwabo Nkohla on sports duty on The Drive Connection, between 3pm and 6pm.

The station bids farewell to radio legend Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba aka Glen Lewis, whose journey with Radio 2000 comes to an end after hosting the breakfast show in the past year and afternoon drive show in the 2022-23 lineup. 

Glen Lewis will be unveiled as part of the new line-up at the popular Gauteng regional and commercial radio station, Kaya FM, next month.

He cut his teeth in the radio industry when he joined Radio Thohoyandou in the 1980s before going to Radio Bop and Metro FM, where he became a household name.