TrendingSA reboot: Nina, Kuli and Musa have no hard feelings after being axed

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Nina Hastie. Picture: Supplied
Nina Hastie. Picture: Supplied

News broke on Sunday that comedian and broadcast personality Nina Hastie, along with her fellow hosts, had not been invited to be part of the TrendingSA reboot on SABC3.

READ: New faces at TrendingSA

Hastie formed part of the happy-go-lucky panel that also featured journalist and firebrand Kuli Roberts, doctor and media personality Musa Mthombeni as well as the always bubbly and poised radio DJ Pabi Moloi.

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