According to recent reports, Radio Phalaphala FM in Limpopo has reportedly terminated their newest staff after receiving many complaints from listeners. Vele Manenje, who is originally from the Venda region, was terminated from her job just eight days after she began working there.
The management has also disclosed that Vele, who was hosting the morning breakfast program, was not providing the listeners with the content that they desired. Her methods of presentation did not cater to the preferences of the audience.
Presented below are various reactions to the story.
@Thackzo: If you're referring to phalaphala, then you're fibbing because I'm aware of it. That can in no way be the explanation. We have voiced our concerns numerous times on these issues, but to no avail
@Collen: I think it was unfair of the Managers to fire Manenje after only 8 days, but I have faith that she would bounce back stronger than before because the most of us famous people have been in a scenario quite similar to hers.
@Zee: Why did they offer her the show that airs before breakfast? They ought to have started her off on some sort of late-night show that nobody watches or listens to. They wouldn't have been able to find fault with anything, and Vele would still be employed.Source: https://twitter.com/MusaKhawula/status/1526169060681166848?t=r0yajXYXCbnro16Utcp70g&s=19
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