‘We’ll transform, not just inform’

2016-02-10 06:00
ON THE MOVE: Puseletso “Zoroman” Dlamini (left) and Kgethisi “Dashino” Masiteng, presenters of the morning drive show on Qwaqwa Radio, promise a hit of a show in 2016.

ON THE MOVE: Puseletso “Zoroman” Dlamini (left) and Kgethisi “Dashino” Masiteng, presenters of the morning drive show on Qwaqwa Radio, promise a hit of a show in 2016.

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QWAQWA. – The veteran Qwaqwa Radio presenters Kgethisi “Dashino” Masiteng and Puseletso “Zoroman” Dlamini are still going strong as they rock the air waves.

With their ten years’ experience behind the microphone, the two presenters of the crazy morning drive show, Setsing sa Bohle, promise to transform the show and give it even more.

The duo have always strived to keep their supporters across the Thabo Mofutsanyana district glued to the radio with their show, which is aired from 07:00 until 09:00.

The relationship between the two is amazing and they have been working together for the past three years.

Masiteng explained that his 12 years of radio experience in presenting various shows, including midnight shows, had groomed him into what he was.

He added that he would not have been able to handle the pressure that came with a breakfast show if he had not received a chance to work on other shows.

“This show is very close to my heart. I am always striving to give the best to the listeners every time I am behind the microphone. I always ask strength from God to lead me,” Masiteng said.

“If we get it wrong, then the rest of the shows are hampered. The morning drive show is the station’s backbone and it gives an introduction of what will be happening throughout the day.”

On the other hand co-host Dlamini, who is also the show’s producer, said he always worked his socks off to bring new things to the show.

He said doing this was important in accommoda-ting new listenership, but that they also had to make sure that they did not lose their loyal fans.

“Our show is different from other morning drive shows. We accommodate everyone. We know that it is part of our job to keep people updated with the latest developments from across the world,” Dlamini said.

Dlamini said he believed in listener interaction on the show.

Dlamini, who is also a sports show host, started at the local station as a journalist in 2005 before he was promoted to the current affairs producer in 2008.

Setsing sa Bohle consists of regular health, labour, transport, weather, sports, traffic and NGO slots.

“We are also going to focus on transforming the lives of our listeners – no longer simply focusing on educating, entertaining and only informing them,” Dlamini said.

This show is very close to my heart. I am always striving to give the best to the listeners every time I am behind the microphone. I ­always ask strength from God to lead me.
– Kgethisi Masiteng

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