Star FM continues to lead by example as the leading radio station in Zimbabwe. From Sunday to Wednesday the station’s popular ‘326 Express’ duo of Phatisani Sibanda and Kudzai Violet Gwara, who is known as KVG, will broadcast live from the UK. Live broadcasts will be coming from Dunstable, Luton, London and Reading and the duo left with country the station’s crew yesterday.In an interview before their departure the two were exited to go and meet the station’s fans in the Diaspora.
Sibanda said they were looking forward to the event that is set to give the station another milestone achievement.
“This is another exiting show as we take radio to the world and we are promising all listeners the best and exciting slots,” he said.
He added that it will be an exciting moment as their popular ‘263 Express’ interacts with fans in the UK and gives listeners an international feel of their presentation.
“This is a clear indication that Star FM is determined to reach to everyone in every part of the World,” he said.
Zimpapers public relations and corporate affairs manager Beatrice Tonhodzayi said the company is fully behind the tour that is set to take radio to the world.
“As Zimpapers we are proud and excited that Star FM continues to make waves, scaling new heights. The tour marks the beginning of our new theme “Taking Radio to the World,” she said.
She said it was encouraging that Star FM becomes the first radio station to reach out to the people in the Diaspora.
“Star FM has shown innovation, thanks to sponsors who have come aboard for the tour and this clearly indicates how are they keen be associated with the best radio station in the land.
“This is a month of fireworks as we celebrate our fourth anniversary and we just say more partners and advertisers should come on board.”
Star FM has so far been on top of its game and has bagged several awards. The station’s local initiative themed ‘Taking Radio to the People’ has been outstanding as various programmes have been broadcast from various parts of the country. It is now time for Star FM to conquer the world.