'Just as I ended my rugby career‚ I knew when it was time to go and informed my bosses' John Robbie is to retire from 702 at the end of this year‚ after three decades at the station.“John has been a part of the fabric of the station since 1986 and has guided audiences through some of the most tumultuous stories and changes in our recent history‚” said Primedia Broadcasting CEO Terry Volkwyn on Thursday.“He’s gathered legions of fans‚ gotten into plenty of trouble and done an extensive amount of good for listeners and communities around Gauteng. He has become a part of hundreds of thousands of Gautengers’ daily lives and we are all going to miss him.”Robbie said: “Just as I ended my rugby career‚ I knew when it was time to go and informed my bosses. Thirty years at 702 has been a blast. I am proud of my contribution and proud of the station. It is one of the most transformed businesses in SA and has a massive role to play going forward.“In 30 years‚ many on the morning show‚ I was n...

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