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Kaya 959's managing director Sibongile Mtyali discusses challenges facing her station and the industry at large. Photo: Supplied
Kaya 959's managing director Sibongile Mtyali discusses challenges facing her station and the industry at large. Photo: Supplied

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There’s drama, drama and more drama at Kaya FM as the board of the commercial radio station has allegedly fired station manager Sibongile Mtyali for her alleged refusal to axe newly appointed sports presenter Mpho Maboi following her altercation with Kaya Drive presenter Sizwe Dhlomo.

This came after Dhlomo complained about her allegedly continually arriving late for their show. Mtyali has also been accused of favouritism and being a bully by some staff members at the popular Johannesburg-based station.

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