DJ Sbu has announced that he’s officially back on the radio🤩. See how much he is earning

DJ Sbu’s triumphant return to the airwaves has sparked a wave of excitement and congratulations across Mzansi. After years of building his businesses and podcast, the MoFaya founder is set to grace the radio once again, this time as the host of a breakfast show on Radio 2000.

Sharing the news on his Instagram page, DJ Sbu expressed gratitude to his supporters and the unseen forces that made his return possible. Reflecting on his journey, he thanked those who stood by him throughout the years and acknowledged the responsibility of filling “very big shoes” in his new role. With humility and grace, he vowed to make his listeners proud and honor the legacy of his predecessors.

The announcement of DJ Sbu’s new show elicited an outpouring of support from fans and colleagues alike. Fellow DJ Zakes Bantwini hailed Sbu as “Mntanedlozi, son of the ancestors,” while Oscar Mbo extended his congratulations and welcomed him back with open arms. Mzansi activist Yaya Mavundla, DJ Shimza, singer/actress Simz Ngema, and others joined in, expressing their joy and excitement for Sbu’s return to the airwaves.

Amidst the celebration, DJ Sbu’s comeback serves as a testament to resilience and perseverance, inspiring many who have followed his journey. As he prepares to take on his new role, the nation eagerly anticipates tuning in to his show and witnessing the magic he brings to the radio once again.

Some even allege that DJ Sbu could be earning over a hundred thousand rands per month with his return to radio, considering his stature and influence in the entertainment and business sectors. This speculation underscores the anticipation surrounding his comeback to mainstream radio and the potential financial rewards associated with his new role on Radio 2000.

While concrete details of his compensation package remain undisclosed, the prospect of significant earnings has only fueled further excitement among fans and followers of his career.

In a separate development, the news of actress Nelisiwe Sibiya landing her first radio gig with Gagasi FM also garnered positive reactions online, highlighting the diversity and talent within South Africa’s media industry.

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