On May 6, students at Fourways High School were treated to a visit from a local community radio station to kick off the weekend.

Thuthula Mateza and Amarachi Ekeke appreciate the grooves played. Photo: Khomotso Makgabutlane

The morning consisted of several on-air interviews with Greg and Lucky, the duo from Star91.9 FM’s breakfast show. They spoke with manager Andrew Holliday about the recently concluded Fourways vs. Bryanston high school derby day and the End GBV campaign they collaborated on.

Tshireletso Madonda and Heinz Klingenberg on the Star91.9FM radio show at Fourways High School. Photo: Khomotso Makgabutlane

Grade 8 students were able to take part in a general knowledge quiz with their principal while enjoying a mix of melodies. Head Boy Siya Phakathi and Sindisiwe Madonda were also interviewed by the breakfast hosts.

Greg Aldridge chats with Fourways High School Principal Andrew Holliday at school. Photo: Khomotso Makgabutlane

Four-way review journalist Khomotso Makgabutlane was at school to capture the fun of the morning.

Andrew Holliday, principal of Fourways High School, on the air. Photo: Khomotso Makgabutlane
Bandleader Cindy Brown instructs her group of learners before the battle cries begin. Photo: Khomotso Makgabutlane
Drummer Hannah Dobson prepares for battle cries at Fourways High School. Photo: Khomotso Makgabutlane

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