[LISTEN] Zizi Kodwa and Stephen Grootes share a touching moment on air

During an in interview, 702s Stephen Grootes and ANC's Zizi Kodwa shared a wonderful moment when they acknowledged each other's contribution to their careers.

Grootes and Kodwa have known each other a long time and have interacted professionally many times.

Grootes thanked Kodwa for his accessibility and willingness to help.

Kodwa in return thanked Grootes for making him a "better person".

Listen to the exchange below:

The moment sparked this Tweet from journalist Karyn Maughan:


This article first appeared on 702 : [LISTEN] Zizi Kodwa and Stephen Grootes share a touching moment on air


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