SAD: Another Legendary Radio Dj Dies..#RIPRoyRoy. MLFM or Munghana Lonene FM is a well-known radio broadcaster which is under SABC, the South African public radio network. It broadcasts in Xitsonga, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It was first established as Radio Gaza in 1965.
“Hi timbilu leti tshovekeke himi tivisa ku hundza emisaveni ka khale ka muhaxi, Roy Roy Ngobeni.
Etlela hiku rhula Msa ka Xikhumba, n’wa mapfuxa taku tala.”
MLFM or Munghana Lonene FM is a radio broadcaster that belongs to SABC, the national public radio network. It has been broadcasting in Tsonga, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, since it was established in 1965.
Rou Roy was a veteran broadcaster on a Mghana lonene _ Tsonga language radio station, passed away on Tuesday.
The radio station released a statement which translates: With broken hearts, we regret informing you about the passing of one of our radio broadcaster Roy Roy Ngobeni. REST IN PEACE.
The SABC extended its condolences to Roy Roy’s family following his death, saying the renowned Munghana Lonene FM Dj had served the SABC with great passion.
Hi timbilu leti tshovekeke himi tivisa ku hundza emisaveni ka khale ka muhaxi, Roy Roy Ngobeni.
— Munghana Lonene FM (@Munghana) January 19, 2021
As part of celebrating Munghana Lonene’s 56 years on air in February 2021, the station will feature broadcasts including Roy Roy’s programmes, “which will still prove appealing to listeners”.
During his tenure at Munghana Lonene FM, the SABC said listeners all over South Africa and Internationally grew very fond of him when he presented a programme.
“Roy Roy will be remembered for the remarkable legacy that he left in the broadcasting industry and MLFM in particular. His great contribution to radio which has stood the test of years, serves as a great inspiration which broadcasters will continue to draw from,” said the broadcaster.
See How Mzansi Reacted To The News Of His Passing:
#RiPRoyRoy I grew up listening to him, my dad will always switch from 702 to 103.2 when he was on… RIP LEGEND. Etlelani hiku Rhula Tatana
— BetweenYou&I (@BetweenyouI) January 19, 2021