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Adriaan Roets
1 minute read
12 Dec 2014
4:10 pm

Malema wishes Jenny Chwrys-Williams well (audio)

Adriaan Roets

Carpets at the 702 Studios might needs a good rinse after legendary radio personality Jenny Crwys-Williams stepped after 22 years.

FILE PICTURE: Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema. Picture: Michel Bega

Tears from her producers, and co-hosts were aplenty during her last broadcast today between 1pm and 3pm.

Her last broadcast started with EFF’s Julius Malema saying: “Many of the presenters can learn a lot of things from you. The last time I was there I really enjoyed the interview and I wish you all the very best in the future.”

Listen to Julius Malema’s well-wishes for Chwrys-Willams here:

Her career has been noted as always having flair of fabulous intertwined with actuality.

From January her timeslot will be taken over from Sam Cowen, in a similar styled show.

Crwys-Williams said she’s going to continue to be involved with arts, and will maintain her presence as a lifestyle-guru.

She also hinted that she would continue with high-profile interviews she has become famous for, but for now the queen of talk has left the 702 building.


Read more: Endings and beginnings for Crwys-Williams and Cowen