Lesedi FM to broad­cast from Le­sotho

Lesotho Times - - Weekender - Mo­halenyane Phakela

POP­U­LAR South African ra­dio sta­tion Lesedi FM will to­day be­gin live broad­casts from Ma­hobong in Leribe un­til Sun­day.

The South African Broad­cast­ing Cor­po­ra­tion ra­dio sta­tion made known its in­ten­tions of broad­cast­ing in Leribe through ra­dio ad­verts and posts on its so­cial me­dia pages since last month.

To­day’s broad­cast will kick-off with the nu­tri­tional pro­gramme Math­e­malodi, which will run on week­days from 9am till mid­day. It will be hosted by Tholoana Mo­let­sane.

To­mor­row, the sta­tion will be­gin broad­cast­ing at 7am with the twohour Ha re Ye morn­ing drive show pre­sented by vet­eran ra­dio an­chor Chomane Chomane. In the af­ter­noon, the pop­u­lar duo of Ba2­cada and Twasa will be on air with their youth pro­gramme, Rea Kubeletsa from 3 to 6pm.

It would be fol­lowed by a Warm Up party at Ozone Club in Hlotse which will last till the early hours of Satur­day morn­ing.

The guests will in­clude the Rea Kubeletsa pre­sen­ters and their col­league DJ Lovers who will be sup­ported by lo­cal acts such as Har­ris T and DJ Tseko.

The Ke Ya Le Wena show to be pre­sented by Nkun­yana Nkun­yana and Liemiso Molefe will be the only live show on Satur­day. It will air from mid­day to 3pm in Ma­hobong.

The cur­tain comes down on Sun­day with ser­mons from Thuso Mo­taung whose pro­gramme, Makhu­long a Matala is pop­u­lar for its hard-hit­ting and in­struc­tive bi­ble mes­sages.

It will be broad­cast live from 9am till mid­day.

In an in­ter­view with the Week­ender, Leribe District Ad­min­is­tra­tor, Mokha­belane Mo­ra­hanye said Lesedi FM’S broad­cast would ben­e­fit the district.

“This will be the first time we are hav­ing an event of this kind and I be­lieve it will be a great hon­our for the peo­ple of Leribe who will be able to see their favourite pre­sen­ters live as well as in­ter­act with them,” Mr Mo­ra­hanye said.

“The Leribe Busi­ness Fo­rum has also ap­proached our of­fice to in­quire about the op­por­tu­ni­ties they could ben­e­fit from in­clud­ing the sale of var­i­ous goods and food.”

Lesedi FM’S cov­er­age ex­tends through­out Le­sotho and it en­joys huge lis­ten­er­ship par­tic­u­larly in the north­ern re­gion.

Lesedi FM pop­u­lar duo of Ba2­cada and Twasa.

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