One of the radio stations owned by the South African Broadcasting Cooperative (SABC), Phalaphala FM, was forced to make significant adjustments to their programming after receiving feedback from listeners who were dissatisfied.
The departure of Vele Manenje was announced today on the Morning live program by the program director of the station. Manenje left her position at the station just a few days after beginning work there.
There have been rumors circulating that Phalaphala FM has decided to not renew Vele Manenje's contract. As host of the Breakfast Show, Vele Manenje was only employed for a total of eight days.
It is stated that the management of Phalaphala FM received a large number of complaints from its listeners who were unhappy with Vele's performance behind the microphone.
"Mxm is not interested in listening to Neh radio... After she arrived, I stopped listening to Phalaphala FM because I was embarrassed on her behalf and it was making me feel much worse."
Source: https://t.co/HUUUPW PDXs
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