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Carfax re-opens its doors

Posted by radio On June - 6 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

The legendary Carfax in Newtown is re-opening its doors for one of many events for 2014. Being one of Johannesburg’s most famous venues, these walls have seen some of the best national and international DJ’s, bands and promoters do their thing for over more than 10 years. This iconic production, festival and arts venue will be officially opening its doors again on the 21st of June due to a high demand from partygoers and promoters.



The Dirty Rotten Tequila Festival is the first of its kind to hit Joburg. Serving a massive variety of the best tequila, 5 different craft beers as well as SA’s top bands and DJs. This one night only festival is sure to inject some heat into this winter solstice evening, so bring you’re a-Game and order a taxi because things are about to get dirty!


Outside Stage:

Shadow Club

The Velves

Tidal Waves

Naming James

Black Cat Bones

The Cable Stealing Gypsies

Inside Floor:

DJ Hawkward



Mr Green & Ella G

More to be announced…

Pre-Sale Tickets are available online from for R100-00

DATE: 21 June 2014
TIME: 14h00 to 04h00 the next morning
ACTIVATIONS: A small scale market featuring craft beer stands, tequila tail stalls and flash pizza’s.
TICKETS: R100 gets you in from Nutickets (booking fees included) R120 at the door.

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Khuli Chana, Sarkodie make MAMA roster

Posted by radio On June - 4 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Legendary stand-up comic, film and television sensation Marlon Wayans is to host MAMA 2014, which broadcasts live from the ICC, Durban at 21:00 CAT on Saturday, 7 June. The show will be amplified on radio by media partners Gagasi FM, Yfm and Capricorn FM.


Nominees from the length and breadth of sub-Saharan Africa are represented in the nominations for this year’s music categories, including 2Face, AKA, Amani, Amr Singh, Anselmo Ralph, Arielle T, Beatenberg, Big Nuz, Burna Boy.

Others also include Chidinma, Clarence Peters, Danny K, Davido, Diamond, DJ Buckz, DJ Clock, DJ C’ndo, DJ Ganyani, DJ Kent, The Arrows, Donald, Don Jazzy, Dr Malinga, Dr Sid, Efya, Espoir 2000, Fally Ipupa, FB, Ferre Gola, Flavour, Fuse ODG, Gangs of Ballet, Goldfish, Heavy K, Ice Prince, JD, KCEE, Khuli Chana, Kyle Lewis, LCNVL, Lizha James, Mafikizolo, Matthew Mole, May D, Mi Casa, Michael Lowman, Nakhane Toure, Nelson Freitas, Olamide, Oskido, P-Square, Professor, The Parlotones, Phyno, Radio and Weasel, R2bees, Sarkodie, Sauti Sol, Shortstraw, Stanley Enow, Tiwa Savage, Toofan, Uhuru, Wizkid, Youssoupha, Yuri Da Cunha and Zakes Bantwini.

In this year’s newly introduced lifestyle award categories, Chimamanda Adichie, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Trevor Noah, Lupita Nyong’o and Yaya Toure are nominated as Personality of the Year. Clarence Peters, Leti Arts, Rasty and Anisa Mpungwe are nominated in Transform Today by Absolut.

With hundreds of thousands of votes already cast, public voting for 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards continues online until midnight on 4 June 2014. The winners of the MTV Base Leadership Award and Best Video are chosen exclusively by MTV Base. Voting for Song of the Year continues up until the show on 7 June.

Tickets for the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal are on sale, on 0861 915 8000 and at Computicket retail outlets.

MTV Base has revealed the final additions to the red hot line-up for the MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA) 2014. Sauti Sol, Sarkodie, The Arrows, Khuli Chana and Dr Sid round out the star-studded roster of performers, which includes previously announced performers French MontanaMiguelTrey Songz, Uhuru, Davido, Mafikizolo, Oskido, Professor, Tiwa Savage, Flavour,Diamond, Wizkid, Phyno and Yuri da Cunha.

The 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards is a stunning pan-African celebration of music, youth culture and lifestyle, brought to you by KwaZulu-Natal Province and supported by Absolut and the City of Durban. South Africa Tourism is also a key partner to the awards.

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MDDA-Sanlam celebrate the best in Journalism

Posted by radio On May - 22 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Sanlam and the Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA) have announced the finalists for the 2013 MDDA-Sanlam Local Media Awards following the conclusion of judging for both broadcast and print sections of the competition.

A total of 89 finalists have been selected from the 750 entries received for the 2013 Awards, with 64 for print and 24 in the broadcast section.

The finalists announced today exclude the following:

  • The winner of the Rantho-Letsebe Award for Radio conferred in honour of Tshepo Rantho and Harry Mtshana Letsebe. Rantho and Letsebe were two of the pioneers of community media who, among other outstanding contributions, were at the forefront of the initial process leading to the Community Media 2000 Conference in 1995 and played a role in the development of the MDDA Act of 2002 and the MDDA Regulations;
  • The winner of the Alet Roux Medal which is awarded to the most promising newcomer in the print section; and
  • Entrants who receive special commendations from the judges in recognition of their efforts but do not win an award in their categories.

The winners will be announced at a gala event to present the Awards on Friday, May 23 at Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre in Boksburg.

Says Sanlam’s Head of Group Communications, Mr Ainsley Moos: “Sanlam and the MDDA congratulate the finalists and express our gratitude to all the journalists and media organisations that support these awards by entering for the various categories.


We recognise that the healthy competition and the success of the Awards are sustained by the enthusiastic participation and commitment to the Awards by the community media across South Africa. In return, we remain committed to providing the resources and the platform for these important Awards.”

Acknowledging the judges, the CEO of the MDDA, Mr Lumko Mtimde says: “We have secured a great team of experienced individuals for the two panels of judges and we are also grateful to them for the sterling job they continue to do to ensure that there is rigorous and fair adjudication of the entries.


These two teams give selflessly of their time and expertise and we acknowledge the very important role they play in maintaining the integrity of the Awards and providing feedback that is so critical for the advancement of community media in our country.”

Mtimde and Moos said they looked forward to presenting the winners and the two sponsors, Sanlam and the MDDA were currently busy preparing for a significant celebration of the best in community journalism on May 23.

The finalists are

  AWARD Finalists


Hard News:  
  Desireé Rorke (TygerBurger)
  Zita Goldswain (Witbank News)
  Anoeschka von Meck (Knysna-Plett Herald)


Investigative Reporting:  
  Zita Goldswain (Witbank News)
  Tereasa Ferrari (Lowvelder/Laevelder)
  Susanna Oosthuizen(Lowvelder/Laevelder)


Human Interest  
  Michelle Linnert (TygerBurger)
  André Bakkes (TygerBurger)
  Carl Collison (The Capetowner)


  Peter Martin (Go! & Express)
  Quintin van Jaarsveld (South Coast Fever and Upper Coast Fever)
  Ettienne van Rensburg (Vaalweekblad)


  Avuyile Mgxitana-Diko (Grocott’s Mail)
  Norman McFarlane (Bolander)
  Desiree Erasmus (South Coast Fever)


News Daleen Naudé (Middelburg Observer)
  Adele Louw (Carletonville Herald)
  Michelle Linnert (TygerBurger)
General Interest  
  Claudine Senekal (Ladysmith Herald)
  Evan Naudé (Weslander)


  Mario van de Wall (Potchefstroom Herald)
  Angelo Kalmeyer (Cape Community Newspapers)
  Sifiso Mathebula (Echo and Ridge Times)



Features and Portraits  
  Lynda Greyling (Maluti News)
  Angelo Kalmeyer (Cape Community Newspapers)
  Herman Steyn (Die Pos/The Post)


Press Photographer of the Year  
  Herman Steyn (Die Pos/The Post)
  Carina Roux (TygerBurger)
  Lazarus Dithagiso (Sedibeng Ster)


Journalist of the Year  
  Zita Goldswain (Witbank News)
  Daleen Naudé (Middelburg Observer)
  Gerhard Rheeder (Middelburg Observer)




Community/Grassroots Media:  
  Upstart – Youth Development Project
  Greater Alex Today
  North West on Sunday


Small Independent emerging newspapers (2-5 years):  
  Eastern Times inc Northern Times
  Metro News


Small Independent established newspapers (5 years+):  
  Witzenberg Herald


Corporate-owned Free Sheets  
  Port Elizabeth Express Indaba
  The Walmer Sun
  Corridor Gazette




Corporate-owned Paid papers


  Worcester Standard
  Paarl Post


  Ikamva Lase Gcuwa 
  Greater Alex Today
  iDike-lethu News


Small Independent Emerging Newspapers (2-5 years)
  Eastern Times inc Northern Times


Small Independent Established Newspapers

(5 years+)

  Grocott’s Mail
  Limpopo Mirror
  Franschhoek Tatler


Corporate-owned Free Sheets  
  TygerBurger (Bellville)
  TygerBurger (Tableview)
Hultzer Trophy Mpumalanga News
  Polokwane Observer
  The Rep
Cronwright Trophy
  District Mail
  Paarl Post



Best Community Radio Radio Riverside
Namaqualand FM (NFM)
Excellence in Investigative Journalism (Radio) Vaaltar FM (Moalosi Lepoletse)
Radio Khwezi (Nothile Zwane)
Excellence in Indigenous Languages


Radio Khwezi (Saziso Dlamini)
Radio Riverside (Thabang Pusoyabone)
Excellence in In-depth Coverage and Current Affairs (Radio) Radio Riverside (Thabang Pusoyabone)
Radio Islam (Yusuf Moosagie)
Best Educational Magazine Show (Radio) Alex FM (Kabelo Kehalotse)
TUT FM (Mokgethi Mokoena)
Best Indigenous Music Programme (Radio) Alex FM (Andries Mashaba)
Vaaltar FM (David Mmokwa)
Radio Khwezi (Saziso Dlamini)


Best Business Show (Radio) Chai FM (Avi Kaye)
Alex FM (Kabelo Kehalotse)
Best Drama (Radio) Radio Riverside (Thabang Pusoyabone)
Radio Khwezi (Makhosi Maphumulo)
Best Educational Magazine Show (TV) The Media Workshop (Marius Roodt)
Cape TV (Ek Sê programme)
Best Sport Magazine Show (Radio and TV) Bay FM (Luvuyo Star Nyembezi)
Alex FM (Timothy Mulovhedzi)
Best Children’s Programme (Radio and TV) Alex FM (Michael Shabangu)
Radio Khwezi (Makhosi Maphumulo)
Radio Khwezi (Makhosi Maphumulo)



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Heart of Africa’s beat at Bassline

Posted by radio On May - 20 - 2014 Comments Off on Heart of Africa’s beat at Bassline

The annual and much anticipated Bassline Africa Day Concert will take place this year on Saturday May 24th at The Bassline, Newtown. Bassline Africa Day Concert traditionally features top South African acts performing alongside some of the continent’s hottest new talent.




Whilst the Bassline Africa Day Concert celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, The Bassline itself is celebrating its 20th anniversary, making it one of the longest running live music venues in South Africa. The Bassline Africa Day Concert is always a highlight of the year, and 2014 will be no exception.




The venue has recently “refreshed” its sound equipment and decor, and will be re-launching this in combination with the Bassline Africa Day Concert this year.


With support once again from IFAS (Institut Francais), this year’s Bassline Africa Day Concert line-up is reflection of the diverse and contemporary sounds currently rocking the continent. From the African folk of Vusi Mahlasela and the Ethiopian Jazz of Akale Wube, to the cutting-edge hip-hop of Tumi, Reason and French based rapper Smarty, this year’s concert showcases the heartbeats of Africa.



Vusi Mahlasela (Folk, South Africa)

The Voice” of South Africa needs no introduction, this multiple award-winning artist continues to wow audiences at home and across the globe.


Smarty (Hip Hop, France/Burkina Faso)

A virtuoso in the manipulation of words and sentences, Smarty combines modern rhythms with traditional instruments and brings a fresh look to everyday life.


Akalé Wubé (Jazz, France/Ethiopia)

Akale Wube is a Parisian band devoted to the grooves of 60s and 70s Ethiopian music. Since 2009 they have re-invigorated the musical goldmine of Swingin’ Addis.


Tumi (Hip Hop, South Africa)

Always a favourite, Tumi brings his versatile and innovative jazz rap to The Bassline stage once more.


Reason (Hip Hop, South Africa)

One of hip-hop’s hottest stars at the moment – Reason is both popularly and critically acclaimed – a rare feat and well deserved by this cutting edge artist.


Admiral & Jah Seed (Ragga, South Africa)

Individually well known and loved, Admiral & Jah Seed have been performing together since 1997- their dancehall and ragga sounds are a Bassline staple.


8 Bars Short (Afro Folk, South Africa)

These new faces on the scene create music from the heart for the heart infused with indigenous folk – a visibly courageous attempt to find steady ground within the indigenous folk genre.


Yugen Blakrok (Rap, South Africa)

One of the newest faces on the scene, up and coming and cutting edge rapper Yugen Blakrok’s debut album “Return of the Astro-Goth” is making waves all over SA and beyond.


Tickets for this event can be purchased from Computicket from Friday May 2nd for R150.00 and at the door for R170.00


Doors open at 9pm

The Bassline

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6th annual PHOTO & FILM EXPO at The Coca-Cola Dome

Posted by radio On May - 20 - 2014 Comments Off on 6th annual PHOTO & FILM EXPO at The Coca-Cola Dome


Africa’s leading photographic event – PHOTO & FILM EXPO – has matured into a fixed highlight in the diary of anybody interested in photography or the latest technology advancements as far as imaging, printing and associated industries go. With more exhibitors in attendance than ever before, and a range of products never before seen in Africa.

The widest range of gear from the obvious cameras and lenses right through to cellphones, safari trips, courses, bags, tripods, lighting and many of the most unique accessories not available in stores.

Photo & Film



Return visitors will know that the presentations and live demonstrations are a highlight of the event. With talks on everything from learning to use your camera through to photographing babies or animals, or using studio lighting – the expo offers the ultimate in interactive learning. Keen to do more in depth training, there will be an optional advanced workshops being offered this year.



The expo offers the widest variety and best pricing – get to try the items hands on and compare the full ranges while getting advice from your peers.



The 2013 event saw in excess of a Million Rand worth of prizes being given away to attendees of the show, just ensure you get there and visit all the stands to make sure you participate in the numerous contests. At PHOTO & FILM EXPO everyone is a winner.



Photography is such a broad industry, with filmmaking (or moving pictures) taking only one of the numerous specialist segments. Then there’s wedding photography, studio photography, aviation photography, wildlife photography, maternity and newborn photography and much, much more.

While it would be impossible to cover every aspect of the industry, at every event, the workshops are set up to cater to amateurs and professionals where possible.


Tickets available from Buy online and save!


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The funky Brit invasion and delicious eats

Posted by radio On May - 19 - 2014 Comments Off on The funky Brit invasion and delicious eats


The Delicious Festival is set to be a jamboree of great eats and cold-beating music. The same folks that brought us the nimble-footed Jamiroquai last year, are upping the ante through an invitation of UK’s funk&acid Jazz elite – Soul 2 Soul, Incognito and The Brand New Heavies. Taking place on the 31st May, the Saturday afternoon is tipped to be a family oriented joy ride of fun and good vibes.




According to Lloyd Cornwall, Director of VWV Massive, responsible for producing the lifestyle festival “this year’s festival aims to put both food and music on the same level. The event will live up to a chic standard that celebrates good taste” . Cornwall futher says, “the greatest success we’ve achieved thus far is to be uncompromising and being true to ourselves in organising the event.”


A smorgasbord of gourmet delights – including cooking demonstrations, pop-up restaurants and an artisan food market – awaits Joburg residents at this family-friendly outdoor lifestyle event, presented in association with Castle Milk Stout, Nedbank, Whirlpool, Mitsubishi Motors and Kaya FM.


Plus, for the first time, the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival plays proud host to the MasterChef South Africa Kitchen, in association with Woolworths. This will form the perfect appetiser to the third season of this popular reality cooking series, to be broadcast on M-Net later in the year. The 100 seater pop up restaurant will be headed up by chef Benny Masekwameng and a number of our favourite past contestants including Kamini Pather. The menu will comprise a number of our favourite dishes from past series and a three course meal will cost R550 per person.



Gates open at 11am. General admission for the DStv Delicious Festival is R450, Delicious Lounge pass tickets: R850 – Includes Tented lounge, viewing deck of main stage, private cash bar, golden circle entrance, secure parking and VIP bathrooms. DStv Delicious Luxury Lounge hospitality packages are available at R2900 each. R100 for under-12s; free entrance for children under three. Visit or phone 0861 915 8000 to book.




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Walter Sisulu celebrated through Jazz

Posted by radio On May - 15 - 2014 Comments Off on Walter Sisulu celebrated through Jazz

Walter Sisulu possessed something much more valuable, the understanding of the importance of education. As he once said,“There is a place in the world for those who understand that the responsibility of education goes far beyond personal success and individual aspirations. It is a higher purpose, a calling to improve the world around you, to give back from whence you got and to be part of something bigger than yourself.”


On 18th May 2014, a celebration of the late Walter Sisulu’s birthday will ensue. The Walter Sisulu Jazz Concert promises to be a spectacular gathering of committed patrons and it is a brainchild of the Walter Sisulu University’s very own internationally recognized music icons and honorary graduates; Jonas Gwangwa,Caiphus Semenya, Letta Mbulu, and a loyal friend of the brand, Simphiwe Dana. They will perform live at a one-night-only exclusive musical splendour at the Lyric Theatre, Gold Reef City.

This event will be honoured by the presence of the Sisulu Family, key political figures, captains of the business fraternity, prominent scholars and fellow compatriots. This also serves as an introduction to the Walter Sisulu Legacy Fund, the fundraising initiative and home of great possibilities for the university and the Eastern Cape Province.

The WSU Foundation is hosting this event as a means to celebrate 102 Years of Walter Sisulu Legacy and 20 Years of Democracy through introducing, the Walter Sisulu Legacy Fund, a fundraising initiative and home of great possibilities for the university, the Eastern Cape Province and the country at large.

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Radio 2000’s 20 years of freedom and Mother’s Day celebrations – Review

Posted by radio On May - 14 - 2014 Comments Off on Radio 2000’s 20 years of freedom and Mother’s Day celebrations – Review

In celebration of 20 years of freedom and Mother’s Day, Radio 2000 and its jocks co-hosted a number of kids on 10-11 May 2014. The shows highlighted the importance of literacy, sport, music, 20 years of freedom, social media and also gave away beauty spa hampers to 27 mothers in celebration of Mother’s Day.

A young urchin in Lungelo Molaba was one of the kids that the station co-hosted with Talk Queen, Thami Ngubeni on Sunday 11 May between 9am-12pm. The young Molaba plays cricket for the Franklin D Roosevelt Primary School under-9 team. In November 2013, he was awarded with the Achieving Player Award. He is also shortlisted to play for the Junior Gauteng Cricket Championships in June 2014. He spends his free time making portraits and artistic wall pictures. He was also hosted on the YO-TV Big Breakfast Show on Saturday 10 May between 6.30-7.30am where he was interviewed about his role at Radio 2000.

Radio 2000 will execute on the ground activations with YO-TV through station events such as, Sweat It On Radio 2000, a concept that plans to shift the mind-set of people that gym is a chore and bring the fun-filled family environment to the word “gym”. It will remove the gym from an enclosed and rigid environment to the outdoors creating a social, light-hearted gym environment.

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Delicious acts of Acid Jazz

Posted by radio On May - 13 - 2014 Comments Off on Delicious acts of Acid Jazz

Three British music acts – jazz-funk pioneers the Brand New Heavies, club favourites Soul II Soul and acid jazz outfit Incognito – will headline this year’s DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival, taking place at Emmarentia Dam on 31 May.

Soul 2 soul

Last year’s inaugural Delicious festival was such a success that this family lifestyle event is back with a delectable bang in 2014.

The DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival, presented in association with Castle Milk Stout, Whirlpool, Mitsubishi Motors and Kaya FM, will again lay on a lavish feast of entertainment and culinary fare, this time in the picturesque setting of the Johannesburg Botanical Gardens.


A blistering line-up of local and international music acts, further details of which will be announced soon, will provide the aural backdrop for a lazy, languid Saturday afternoon of family and foodie-friendly fun and good vibes.

In addition to shopping for gourmet goodies at the artisan food market, visitors can dine in style at one of the pop-up restaurants manned by South African and overseas celebrity chefs, who will be whipping up their signature dishes on site.



When they aren’t busy having a ball in the park-like surrounds of Emmarentia, children will be kept entertained in the kids’ area hosted by DStv, which will include attractions featuring Nickelodeon and Boomerang characters.

And for those who wish to treat themselves to a more exclusive festival experience, the VIP area will play host to a premium bar and a viewing deck over the main stage.


This chilled-out open-air festival attracted some 20 000 visitors to its inaugural event last October, with the combination of scrumptious food and superb music proving a sure-fire winner with the crowds.

The 2014 DStv Delicious Festival promises an even broader kaleidoscope of flavours and experiences, catering for dyed-in-the-wool gastronomes, ordinary food fanatics and those who enjoy savouring A-grade live music.

VWV Massive is once again producing and promoting this high-end lifestyle festival. “The VWV group have been responsible for some of the biggest events in SA, most notably the FIFA 2010 World Cup opening ceremony, so you can rest assured that the price you pay to attend this world-class event will be worth every cent,” says Lloyd Cornwall, Director of VWV Massive.

Brand New Heavies

General admission for the DStv Delicious Festival is R450, but a limited number of early-bird tickets are available from Computicket at R350 (R100 for under-12s; free entrance for children under three).

Visit or phone 0861 915 8000 to book.

A restricted number of VIP tickets are available at R850 a piece.

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DJs ‘do great things’ at Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon

Posted by radio On May - 9 - 2014 Comments Off on DJs ‘do great things’ at Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon

As part of Old Mutual’s “Do Great Things” campaign, six radio DJs from radio stations across South Africa were commissioned by Ultimate Media to set goals for themselves by taking part in the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon. Listeners on the various stations were able to follow the DJ’s through their preparation and training and be a part of chasing their dreams.



The world’s most beautiful marathon, the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, took place on 19 April 2014 with over 28 000 runners taking part this year.

Leading radio specialist agency, Ultimate Media, were called on board to put together a radio campaign that positioned Old Mutual to help listeners achieve their dreams and goals.


For Old Mutual, the title sponsor, this event is the perfect vehicle to educate consumers on the importance of setting goals whether financially or personally and putting a plan in place to achieve them.

The DJ’s included: Ryan O’Connor (KFM), Redi Thlabi (702), Janina Oberholzer (Jacaranda FM), Aden Thomas (Heart 104.9), Damon Beard (East Coast Radio) and Mosibodi Whitehead (Kaya FM).


The authenticity and enthusiasm that the DJs gave to this campaign was incredible. Some of them had never run a half marathon before and were incredibly driven to achieve their goals. We are very proud to have been a part of making their dreams come true,” said Karen Thomas, Marketing Executive at Old Mutual.


Old Mutual came to us looking for a way to engage with consumers about setting goals and achieving dreams. These six DJs were up for the challenge and really invested time and effort into the campaign while Old Mutual’s solutions resonated with listeners who were challenged to set financial and personal goals and chase their own dreams.”” said John Walls, director at Ultimate Media.

As part of the larger campaign, Primedia Broadcasting created “Old Mutual Live”, a digital pop-up radio station produced specifically for the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon. A live streaming radio station that offered a mix of talk radio and music and covered content such as nutrition, health benefits, race preparation and training music.


Comments from the DJs on the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon:


This one goes down as one of the most memorable experiences of my life”.

Damon Beard – East Coast Radio


Taking part in the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon has been such a rush and I would encourage every person I know to try it at least once. If you succeed or fail, you will come out a better person in the end”.

Janina Oberholzer – Jacaranda FM


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