Africa and Azania on Weekend Breakfast: What can we expect?

This weekend will be the first time that two seasoned radio broadcasters, Azania Mosaka and Africa Melane, join forces hosting what they describe as an "edgy and fresh" Weekend Breakfast on 702 and Cape Talk.

Africa and Azania have a jam packed lineup that has a little something for everyone.

Saturday regular Jeff Ayliffe remains on board to inform us about popular outdoor events while Mr Active Daid Katz discusses more on mass participation sports like jogging, cycling, swimming...

Something to look out for from Feburary will be a Saturday morning book feature with Jenny Crwys-Williams.

Sunday staple Tim Neary remains with his Nature Diary dealing with conservation/ wildlife issues, as does popular Financial Fitness Coach Paul Roelofse.

702Landers will be glad to learn that popular afternoon contributor Sean Brokensha, The Music Guru, returns to the airwaves on Sunday mornings with an abbreviated version of his informative themed playlists.

_There's lots to listen out for! _But what the duo is most excited about is delving into the hottest events in Cape Town and Joburg over the weekend.

Azania has promised to introduce Africa to some of the best dining spots that Johannesburg has to offer, while Africa has extended an invitation to one of his buzzing dinner parties.

We'll be sure to tag along, and give you a sneak peek into some of the duo's escapades across Cape Town and Joburg as they discover the best that each city has to offer.

Join Africa Melane and Azania Mosaka on Weekend Breakfast each Saturday and Sunday between 6 and 10am.

Follow @radio702 and @capetalk to get updates on what is happening when but you also get to follow @Azania and @AfricaMelane for updates between shows!


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