“Our new line-up offers some of the hottest and best young DJs in the game today says YFM programming manager, Tumelo Diaho-Monaheng.
The station also announced that they adding a new music mix format called YTKO that “promises to deliver a lively party atmosphere, turning any dull weekday at the office, into a weekend session at the club.
When Musa Mthombeni (27) was a presenter on Yo TV, he was one of the most-loved presenters on the teen television show.
After he left Yo TV, he went to pursue other things in the entertainment industry while studying to become a doctor.
So the presenting job just came along because I loved TV,” he says.
Musa, who grew up in the Vaal, south of Joburg, with both parents says his mother, a teacher who wanted what was best for her kids, home-schooled him during his preschool days and because he was always at home, he watched a lot of TV. “I developed a desire to be on shows such as Yo TV,” he says.
It was one of the highlights of my life,” he recalls, adding that his dream of wanting to become a doctor was also growing.
MEET DR MTHOMBENI Musa says while he was a presenter, it wasn’t really hard for him to manage working on TV and school.
“I have always wanted to become a doctor from a very young age.
Music will always be YFMs core offering and we continuously strive for new ways to deliver the best music to the youth,” says Diaho-Monaheng.
Off the playlist is long-serving DJ, Dineo Ranaka, who leaves the station in 2012.
I took some loan and they also had some money that they had stashed somewhere, but most of the money was popped out by me."The doctor said he would freely spoil himself with any car of his choice now that his parents have a home of their dream.
Mthombeni, who also hails from the Vaal, surprised his fans earlier this year when he posted a picture of his graduation as a doctor.