XOLA DLWATI TAKES OVER SUNDAY MIDDAYS TUNES

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Xola Dlwati will host Spade of Hearts on Kaya 959.
Xola Dlwati will host Spade of Hearts on Kaya 959.

Radio host, Xola Dlwati will be taking over Brenda Sisane’s time slot on Kaya 959.

Brenda hosted The Art of Sunday every Sunday from 12pm to 3pm. She left the station two weeks go.

Xola has been announced as the replacement for the time slot and he’ll host a new show called Spade of Hearts.

Kaya announced the news of Xola’s new show on Wednesday, 12 January via a press release.

Xola who is a trained engineer from the Wits Radio Academy joined Kaya 959 in November 2021, filling in one of the developmental slots from 2am to 5am, Monday to Friday.

Managing Director, Sibongile Mtyali, said Xola will take listeners down memory lane.

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“We’re very excited to have Xola on board to host this brand-new spectacular soulful show that will focus on romantic, tender and sweet music for those times when the heart wants what the heart wants. Sundays are an easy and perfect day to relax, reconnect and rekindle your love and this show provides a perfect platform and mood for those who just love falling in loveEvery Sunday, our listeners will be taken down memory lane of their love stories and will be reminded how beautiful love can really be,” she said.

Xola also said he is grateful to the bosses at Kaya for giving him this opportunity.

“Expressing his excitement, Xola said “I am truly humbled and grateful to the bosses at Kaya 959 for trusting me with this new show. I am beyond thrilled and cannot wait to connect with our amazing listeners through a great soulful playlist. I look forward to great on-air moments and to just having fun, a great way to start my new year,” said Xola.

Xola will continue to host his weekly show Monday to Friday from 2am to 5am.

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