Biography of Glenn Lewis: Age, Albums, Songs & Latest News

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Glenn Lewis: Biography of Glenn Lewis, Age, Albums, Songs & Latest News

Glen Lewis whose birth name is Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba is a South African radio personality, DJ and record producer. He is popularly known for hosting Metro FM drivetime show.

Glenn Lewis

Glenn Lewis Songs

  • Don’t You Forget It
  • Fall Again
  • Can’t Say Love
  • It’s Not Fair
  • Something To See
  • Back for More
  • Beautiful Eyes
  • Time Soon Come
  • I Wanna Go Deep
  • Your Song
  • What’s Come Over Me?
  • This Love
  • Simple Things
  • Don’t You Forget It
  • Lonely
  • One More Day
  • Dream
  • Is It True
  • Never Too Late
  • Take Me
  • Sorry
  • Take You High
  • It’s Not Fair
  • Ugly Face
  • Random Thoughts
  • Up & Down
  • Can’t Say Love
  • All My Love (duet with Melanie Fiona)
  • Searching For That One
  • Closer
  • Make Luv
  • What A Fool Believes
  • All I See Is You
  • Living A Dream
  • Better With Time

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Glen Lewis News

Radio 2000 ‘suspends’ and then recalls host Glen Lewis

Source: Sowetanlive.co.za

Popular radio and house music DJ Glen Lewis was allegedly suspended by Radio 2000 on Wednesday last week.

The Glenzito Superdrive host, whose real name is Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba, got the boot allegedly for playing music from his memory stick, disregarding the radio station’s play-list policy.

Sunday World can also reveal that the former Metro FM and Touch HD presenter was reported to the SABC internal audit alongside general manager for radio Leuba Ramakgolo for investigations.

It is understood that Glen Lewis, who joined the station in April, went to Ramakgolo for intervention after he received an e-mail from the station’s programmes manager Christopher Choane asking him to provide reasons why he should not be suspended for his conduct.

Senior SABC officials, including those attached to an internal audit, revealed that Glen Lewis ignored the e-mail and asked Ramakgolo to stop Choane from suspending him. “Leuba then told Choane not to charge him but he didn’t listen and felt undermined instead,” said one official.

These details were also confirmed by an SABC executive who said Choane, without a warning, went ahead and suspended Glen Lewis, much to the anger of Ramakgolo.

“Leuba sent him another e-mail asking him to rescind the suspension. But Chris realised that Leuba was interfering in the process and opted to report him and Glen Lewis to internal audit for investigations,” said the executive.

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