Pearl Modiadie, Radio and TV presenter and her co-host Thomas Msengana are leaving Metro FM. The pair is included to the number of radio presenters who have hanged their headphones this month. Pearl revealed her exit from Metro FM on Twitter. She said Wednesday will be her last broadcast.

They hosts a lunchtime show “Lunch with Thomas & Pearl” on weekdays from 12:00 to 15:00 on Metro FM.

Pearl received best wishes from her fans with her future endeavors, Clement tweeted: “The reason I listened to #LTP it was because of you Weary face tired face midday show will never be the same without you Pearl, all the best on your new journey and of course congratulations on your Greener pastures somewhereFireConfetti ball even though your voice will always be missed on Metro”

“Oh sis Pearly, what a lifetime we’ve had together. Blessings for the future. Love you. Since the Craz-E days, we have supported you. Here here,” wrote Realeboha.

Pearl began her professional radio career at YFM. Six years ago, she joined Metro FM as a host of a 3 pm slot with Amon Mokoena and Mpho Letsholonyane. Last year Metro FM revealed its new lineup with Pearl lined-up for the 12-3 pm slot with Thomas Msengana.

Having began her career as a teenager, Pearl has smitten the hearts of many South Africans and her career has grown immensely. She has presented some of Mzansi’s hit shows like Raw Silk, Zaziwa, field presenter for Expresso and she has also hosted multiple awards ceremonies in SA.

Luthando ‘Lootlove’ Shosha is another personality who revealed her exit from Metro FM this month as it was done on her social media account.

She wrote: “The last year of my life has bought immense change and also made me incredibly fearless… with that said, I’m hanging up my headphones for now until it makes sense for me to glide on the airwaves again… In order to grow, you have to let go.”

Radio personalities Rob Forbes and DJ Fikile “Fix” Moeti have also revealed that they will be resigning from SABC’s 5FM this month. Saying his goodbyes to his listeners, Forbes also revealed that he is retiring from radio after 12 years of service.

“There is also no ’next radio show’ plan. I have no new show lined up somewhere else. That was never my goal,……so this radio my retirement too for now, “ he wrote

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