Jenny Crwys-Williams is leaving talk radio 702

By Drum Digital
09 October 2014

Jenny Crwys-Williams has announced that after 22 years with 702, she would be leaving her afternoon show.

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She joined 702 in 1992.

“Jenny has been part of the 702 family for two decades and has been a versatile broadcaster, able to handle any story but with an unparalleled flair for lifestyle content – a sphere in which she has become an authority,” said 702 station manager, Pheladi Gwangwa.

“We will miss her passion for arts, culture and the promotion of amazing places and we are delighted that we are able to continue to call on her for coverage of these elements on the station,” said Gwangwa.

Sam Cowen will be taking over the afternoon show. Sam started her broadcast career at 702 but has spent the last 18 years with sister station, 947 on the breakfast show.

Source:  www.702.co.za

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