Unathi Nkayi fires back at troll. Images via Instagram @unathi.co.

‘Ready for war’: Unathi films documentary on Kaya FM legal battle

‘I am fortified’: Unathi Nkayi says powerful and wealthy people have backed her up as she films a documentary about her Kaya 959 legal battle.


Unathi Nkayi fires back at troll. Images via Instagram @unathi.co.

South African media personality Unathi Nkayi just revealed that she is planning on doing a documentary about her legal battle with Kaya 959. Taking to social media, the radio and TV presenter shared that all questions around the famous case will be answered in the documentary.

In 2021 Unathi was fired from the radio station following a verbal altercation with former fellow host Sizwe Dhlomo who she accused of verbal abuse and unprofessional conduct.

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Two years ago, South Africans were left with their jaws on the floor after Unathi Nkayi accused her fellow radio host Sizwe Dhlomo of verbally abusing her in the Kaya FM studios.

Recordings from the studio later revealed that Sizwe Dhlomo had in fact not sworn at Unathi like she claimed to HR he did.

Unathi was subsequently sacked and has since decided to sue the station for contractual damages amounting to R1.3m.

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Unathi Nkayi reportedly filed a lawsuit against Kaya FM. Image via Twitter @AdvoBarryRoux

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Many social media users have shown a keen interest in the case and have wondered whether or not Unathi has any ground to stand on.

Answering the unanswered questions?

Unathi has since headed online to share that all of the unanswered questions will be answered in a mind-blowing documentary which she has already started shooting.

She also added that she has been saving money for the last 18 months and has some powerful people behind her financially as she prepares for her court battle.

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“Through our production company, we’ve started shooting my documentary, and I promise I will tell you everything at the end of the case. I’ll share all documents and you’ll finally get both sides of the story,” she said in a video shared on Instagram.

“I have some very powerful and wealthy people who have backed me up to say they are not going to allow me to see this through alone, so finances are not going to be an issue. Psychologically I am fortified as well. The worst has happened.”

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