Hot 91.9FM announces provisional lineup changes during 21 day lockdown

Jeremy Mansfield (Photo: Supplied)
Jeremy Mansfield (Photo: Supplied)

Radio station Hot 91.9FM has announced a provisional lineup change while South Africa is  under lockdown for 21 days due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

In a statement released to the press, the station assured listeners that they would be on "24 hours a day, to lift audience spirits throughout this difficult period in our nation's history". 

SEE LINEUP CHANGE BELOW:

Jeremy Mansfield and his Mansfield in the Morning team will broadcast live from 07:00 to 10:00 "from their sanitized studio (sic)". 

Mark Pilgrim will be on air between 10:00 and 13:00, broadcasting from his home. 

Bunny Majaja will follow from 13:00 until 15:00, and thereafter the Big Joburg Drive team will take over from the station's second studio. 

Hot 91.9FM managing director, Lloyd Madurai says music will continue around the clock to keep listeners entertained. 

"Hot 91.9FM is here for our community and will continue to entertain our listeners throughout this uncertain period. In addition, we will have an open line of communication for anyone who needs questions answered, require updates or would like to talk to someone through our various channels, we will provide this essential service to our listeners and broader community [sic]."

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