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Thomas "Bad Boy T" Msengana, pictured, has snatched the coveted breakfast slot at Metro FM from rumoured contender Justice "Just Ice" Ramohlola.
The former Yfm DJ will take over from Azania Ndoro, who will move on to host the 9am to noon show.
The new line-up sees Bad Boy T's partner, Unathi Nkayi, joining Glen Lewis as copresenter of the afternoon-drive show between 3pm and 6pm on weekdays.
DJ-cum-socialite, Penny Lebyane, who has proved to have a long radio life, has landed the noon to 3pm weekday slot. Previously, Lebyane had been relegated to a weekend slot.
Kgomotso Moeketsi and Adil More have also landed slots.
Moeketsi, popularly known as "KG", takes over the Sunday evening programme between 6pm and 9pm.
Completing the weekday line-up is Sakina Kamwendo, who will host the station's flagship talkshow, Metro FM Talk, on Mondays and Tuesdays between 7pm and 9pm.
Chriselda Kananda will host the show on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Kicking off the weekends, DJ Nutty will ignite Friday evenings from 8pm to 1am.
On Saturday, Adil More will invigorate the popular Metro FM Top 40 chart show between 10am and 2pm with local and international hits.
Veteran DJ Segale Aldrin Mogotsi takes over Saturday afternoons from 2pm to 6pm with a lifestyle show.
Metro FM's station manager, Matona Ntshona, said the station was were thrilled with the new line-up of DJs.
"I think that we have created a listening experience that is global in its outlook but defiantly African."