Good Friday

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±14 min episodes every 2 days  | 
There’s Friday and then there’s Good Friday, the show that turns morning radio upside down. The hosts, Skhumba and Ndumiso tend to look at the funnier side of politics and life. This is a feel-good show on a Friday between 6 and 9am that sets the tone for a great weekend ahead.

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Skhumba Comedy Hour

Joburg water to be switched off for 54 hours from Monday next week (Johannesburg will shut off its water supply for more than two days from Monday June 24, the city said on Tuesday. “Rand Water, which is our main bulk water supplier, is planning a major shutdown that will affect all our reservoirs and towers in terms of water supply for 54 hours from June 24.)
FNB will take back 'free money' paid into customers' bank accounts (FNB confirmed on Wednesday morning that it would be reversing transactions which resulted in money being mistakenly paid into some customers' accounts. "We can confirm that the issue of incorrect balances on some of our customers' transactional accounts has been resolved. The incorrect balances were due to delayed debit card transactions for purchases. "Sincere apologies to impacted customers for the inconvenience caused," the bank said. This after many took to social media on Tuesday evening saying they had received "blessings" from FNB.)
'Abusive' wife sets husband's car alight outside police station
(A 47-year-old woman appeared in court on Tuesday after she allegedly set her husband's car alight outside the Boksburg North police station at the weekend. Police spokesperson Const Justice Ramaube said the husband went to the police station on Sunday to seek help, saying he had been abused by his wife.)
Vryburg teacher dancing with pupils to DJ Cleo's 'Goodbye' is everything
(A video of a teacher dancing with his pupils has gone viral, as South Africans show love to the man and children. Ammiel Smith is a teacher at Laerskool Vryburg who often busts out moves with his pupils. A video shared on the school's Facebook page had more than 600,000 views at the time of publishing this article. The pupils and teacher are dancing to a remix of DJ Cleo's Goodbye, with Smith saying that dance is a positive way to get children to enjoy themselves.)
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Skhumba Comedy Hour

Mshoza: Don't text me if your bank account has less than a million
(A video of Mshoza warning potential suitors not to bother texting her if they have less than a million in their accounts has gone viral. Mshoza posted the video on Twitter asking men to "check" themselves before they thought about proposing love or a relationship to her. She explained that her naked body alone was worth a cool half a million and, therefore, anybody who asked her out needed to know that she was expecting to be treated like the expensive queen she is.)
Emtee speaks out on 'leaving' Ambitiouz and having no car or home (Rapper Emtee has spoken out for the first time about his financial woes, which has left him without a home or car. He told TshisaLIVE that he's doing what he can to survive. The star also revealed that his wife and kids have moved in with his in-laws while he tries to find a new place for them, and to negotiate an exit from his record label Ambitiouz Entertainment. Emtee first hinted at leaving the label last week when he took to Twitter to share the hashtag #FreeEmtee and listed some of his frustrations with the label, including being told who he could and couldn't work with.)
Mobi Dixon: Priority should be giving Nichume a dignified send-off
(Musician and businessman Mobi Dixon has responded to social media claims that he mistreated and failed to pay royalties to his artist Nichume Siwundla. The Bhutiza hitmaker was found at a friend’s home last Thursday following an apparent suicide. She was signed to Mobi Dixon's record label, Top Chap Media. Just hours before her memorial was held in Johannesburg on Wednesday, controversial Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux claimed that Mobi had pleaded with the musician to quit her job to focus on music and promised her a stable monthly salary, but allegedly failed to pay her the full amount after the first month.)
Mbeki’s birthday dinner only R7,500 a ticket
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Skhumba Comedy Hour

South Africans go in after hearing that petrol attendant won't get cash directly, despite him 'requesting' it
(South Africans have expressed their anger over the news that the money gathered for petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele would not be paid directly to him, even though the viral campaign where funds have been allocated insists that he requested it manage the cash. Mbele gained overnight fame after a post about his kindness went viral.)
Forest High stabbing suspect remains in custody for now
(A 19-year-old accused of the fatal stabbing of fellow Forest High School pupil Daniel Bakwela and injuring two others will remain in police custody until Monday. He appeared at the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday. The soft-spoken pupil brought an application for bail through an affidavit read by his attorney, Mudi Mavhengani. He said his application was urgent because he was a grade 11 student in the middle of his mid-year examinations.)
Situation calm in Westbury following gang fight in court corridors (The situation remained calm in Westbury, Johannesburg, on Thursday morning, following a fight at the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday between two rival gang members. Following the fight, Johannesburg MMC for public safety Michael Sun said his department had received reports of a looming gang war in Westbury.)
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Blom Blom with Mthokozisi Khathi aka DJ Tira

DJ, entrepreneur and producer known for launching the careers of artists including DJ Fisherman, DJ C'ndo and Big Nuz through his music label Afrotainment.

DJ Tira relocated to Durban from Hlabisa in 1995 to study Human Resources at the University of Natal; while studying he developed an interest in DJ’ing and bought his first vinyl in 1996 and learned how to deejay using vinyls; from there his passion for DJ’ing grew and soon he was playing at varsity parties, weddings, private parties and popular nightclubs.

DJ Tira was also part of the team that formed M1 Entertainment, the pioneering entertainment company that really marked the beginning of exclusive parties aimed at the affluent black market in Durban. After completing his Human Resources degree he then pursued postgraduate studies in Public Relations but later decided to focus his energies on DJ’ing and events management.

In 2000 & 2001 DJ Tira won the prestigious Smirnoff SA DJ Knockout competition and as part of him winning he got to rock the crowds in IBIZA two years in a row.
DJ Tira released his first CD Real Makoya a house compilation with the late DJ Khabzela, a project that was initiated by Glen Lewis.

DJ Tira is the sole owner of Afrotainment Project Management cc, with a division Afrotainment Music that release music by Durbans Finest, DJ Tira, DJ Cndo, Big NUZ and AfroSoul.

In 2005 DJ Tira formed the group Tzozo En Professor together with Kalawa Jazzmee. He was featured on production of their first album that saw the born of Durban kwaito music. He was featured on the track Woze Durban that soon became Durban’s national anthem.

In 2005 Tira teamed up with Sox to form Durbans Finest. Together they released 3 compilations. Vol1 and Vol2 of Durbans Finest won 2004 and 2005 Metro FM Best Compilation Awards respectively.

In 2007 DJ Tira opened Afrotainment studios and produced his first artist DJ Cndo her debut album sold more than 20 000.
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Skhumba Comedy Hour

Jub Jub is 'fixing our country' with Uyajola
(Can we please shut down the country for the day so we can deal with the stress and chest pains that hit Mzansi on Sunday night when Moja Love's new reality show, Uyajola, premiered. The show, based on the US hit show Cheaters, is hosted by muso Jub Jub Maarohanye. The show didn't disappoint, as it unearthed the dark secrets of people apparently cheating on their baes.)
Black Coffee pokes fun at Papa Penny's 'Malema diss track' (DJ Black Coffee has weighed in on the beef between EFF leader Julius Malema and veteran muso Penny Penny, after the Shangaan Disco king seemingly made a "diss track" aimed at the politician. Black Coffee poked fun at the whole situation, asking tweleb Taka Tina if he'd like to make a diss track of his own as he's always taking shots at the superstar DJ. Papa Penny shut down the internet over the weekend when a video of him in studio working on the track went viral. In it, Papa Penny can be heard addressing a "Salema", labelling him an "ugly boy" and "stupid boy", and warning him to not get too familiar with him.)
'I'm still traumatised by defeat to TS Galaxy‚' says Chiefs boss Kaizer Motaung
(Kaizer Chiefs boss Kaizer Motaung has admitted that his club's embarrassing defeat to lower tier side TS Galaxy in the final of the Nedbank Cup in Durban two weeks ago ranks as the lowest point of his career as chairman of the ailing team. The shock 1-0 defeat to Galaxy condemned the massively popular but limping Naturena-based side to a deflating trophy drought that dates back four years. Motaung revealed that he is yet to recover from the humiliation of losing a major cup final to a lower tier club they were heavily favoured to brush aside.)
'No blue lights. I'm staying away from blue,' says Patricia de Lille
(GOOD leader Patricia de Lille said on Thursday, with a chuckle, that there would be no blue-light brigades whisking her around as the country's new minister of public works and infrastructure.
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