Experienced radio personality and DJ, Ayanda “MVP” Mdluli, has returned to where she started her radio career, youth radio station Y.
Mdluli left youth radio in 2016.
Mdluli will resume the afternoon drive show, homerun, which will air from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The 31-year-old hosted her last show on 947 on Friday.
According to the Y, Mdluli will start the show on May 3.
“Ayanda’s return to the station is a real moment of closure. In recent years, she has perfected her broadcast, her personal brand has steadily grown stronger, and she remains the true embodiment of youth culture.
“We are confident that our audience will be just as thrilled with his return as we are,” said Phindi Ziqubu, Chief Content Officer of Y.
Mdluli said it was about time people knew what she was really made of.
She said, “I am beyond thrilled to be back on Y. This new show gives me the platform to continue to be purposeful and intentional with my love for music, both on the radio and on the turntables.
“I’ve been working on an opportunity like this and the time has finally come for me to host Drive on Y.”
— Thando Thabethe (@Thando_Thabethe) April 22, 2022
We say goodbye to the leader @AyandaMVP at his last show! Which song with the word “goodbye” do you think is the most appropriate? Chris Brown – Never A Good Time (To Say Goodbye) Selected By @Thando_Thabethe or @alexcaige selection: Sam Smith: too good at goodbyes
— #947DriveWithThando (@947DriveThando) April 22, 2022
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