Following a shooting incident in which Di Stefano’s bodyguard wounded a radio Pingvin staff member, virtually all the staff went on strike and then quit the station. Station owner Giovanni Di Stefano, a controversial businessman, accused them of laziness and embezzlement but he wants them back On Wednesday 27 April, a young man by the […]

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