The suspicions that Ukhozi FM Presenter Khathide Tshathugodo Ngobe's shows would be lessened are getting stronger.
Khathide was suspended mid last month for writing on Khuzani's page that Shwi Nomntekhala's song Ngafa was supposed to win crossover song of the year in 2005 , but Ukhozi FM officials decided that Malaika's song 2bob should take the number one spot.
At the beginning of the month, SABC spokesperson Mmoni Seapolelo released a statement stating that Tshatha would not be on air until March. Tshatha hosts Isidlo Sasek'seni from Monday to Friday and S'giya Ngengoma on Saturday.
Different sources from Isolezwe revealed that Tshatha's shows would be lessened when he returns. Reports say Tshatha would be given one or two shows to host plus he won't be doing the breakfast show.
Another source stated that Tshatha would be hosting a night show and S'giya Ngengoma. It has been revealed that he won't be getting a salary as he didn't work. At the end of January he received a salary for the month of December and he's expected to earn half for the month of January.
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