Tbo Touch returns to Metro FM

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After his departure from his drive-time show Touch Down 326, Molefe revealed that he had been paid R2.4 million for hosting it.        Photo: Lucky Nxumalo
After his departure from his drive-time show Touch Down 326, Molefe revealed that he had been paid R2.4 million for hosting it. Photo: Lucky Nxumalo

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Guess who is back? Famous broadcaster Thabo “Tbo Touch” Molefe is set to return to Metro FM after leaving the station six years ago.

City Press understands that Molefe, who left Metro FM following an alleged fallout with the SABC because it reportedly refused to make a public statement about the reasons for his suspension from the station, will move back to the public broadcaster’s studios in Auckland Park on April 1.

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