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The new voices of weekday mornings  comedian Skhumba Hlophe and veteran broadcaster Thomas Msengana are looking to shake things up at Kaya FM and help the station become more accessible. Photo Supplied
The new voices of weekday mornings comedian Skhumba Hlophe and veteran broadcaster Thomas Msengana are looking to shake things up at Kaya FM and help the station become more accessible. Photo Supplied

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Six people are seated at a round table inside the Kaya FM headquarters in Rosebank, Johannesburg. The dynamic among the managers and the talent is easily spotted.

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