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Out with the old, in with the new- iconic ‘Morning Cup of Java’ hangs up mic

Out with the old, in with the new- iconic ‘Morning Cup of Java’ hangs up mic

The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) radio programme, ‘Morning Cup of Java’, has come to an end after informing, educating and entertaining the nation for over 30 years on National FM, the broadcaster said in a statement this week.

According to the national broadcaster, the new programme,‘The Breakfast Express’ will be hosted by Paul the Prince.

“This live infotainment programme keeps the nation updated with information that’s relevant and features segments including New Era news headlines, the daily Windhoek traffic report, Namibian and African history, economic indicators, the weather report, motivator of the day, News headlines on the hour every hour, general knowledge questions, humour and upbeat music including the Golden Oldies, Local and latest track,” they added.

The Breakfast Express show caters to audience aged 30+, particularly early morning road users and listeners can tune into the national radio station on 96.2 FM in Windhoek and surrounding areas.


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