The Programmes Manager at SABC Limpopo Radio Station Munghana Lonene FM, Tebogo Magubane has resigned. The station held a farewell for Maguba on Friday. The 41-year-old has also been part of the Xitsonga station for the past 15 years.
He also said his goodbyes through his various social media platforms on Friday.
Magubane spent many years working at TUT Top Stereo 93.6 (Now Tshwane FM) before moving to Munghana Lonene FM in 2008. He started as a presenter before climbing the ladder to the Programmes manager post.
Amongst others, he has been a producer for various shows including the flagship breakfast show, Phaphama and also the Top 30.
TEBOGO MAGUBANE BIDS FAREWELL TO MUNGHANA LONENE FM LISTENERS
“Dear cherished listeners of Munghana Lonene FM,
On the 30th of June 2023, I will be stepping down from my role as Programme Manager, marking the end of an unforgettable chapter in my life.
I bid farewell to this remarkable radio station that has been my home for the past 15 incredible years.
The radio waves beckoned me to explore new horizons, and I eagerly accepted the challenge. From presenter, I evolved into the role of producer for various shows including the flagship breakfast show, Phaphama and the Top 30 working diligently behind the scenes.
Driven by a thirst for knowledge and growth, I then embraced a specialized role as the producer for imaging. It was here that I discovered the transformative power of sound, crafting the distinct identity of Munghana Lonene FM through captivating jingles, promos, and creative audio elements.
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Throughout this incredible journey, what has truly left an indelible mark on my heart is the unwavering support and loyalty of our listeners. You have been the driving force behind our success, the reason we tirelessly strived to deliver exceptional content day after day. Your calls, messages, and unwavering presence have inspired us to push boundaries and redefine what it means to be a public-oriented radio station.
Although I am stepping away from my role as Programme Manager, I want you to know that Munghana Lonene FM will continue to thrive and evolve.
This station is an ever-present beacon, reflecting the pulse of our nation, and it will continue to do so with a team of talented individuals who are committed to its vision and mission.
Thank you once again for being an integral part of my life and for allowing me to be a part of yours. It has been an honour, a privilege, and a joy. May our paths cross again in the tapestry of life and may the melodies of Munghana Lonene FM continue to resonate in your hearts forever.
Tebogo Jacko Magubane