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To make your weekend feel “easy like Sunday morning” Radio 2000 will be re-shuffling its Sunday mid-morning show effective Sunday, 2 July 2017. The Jukebox (Sundays, 9am – midday) with Shawny B will move to Sunday evenings, 9pm to midnight and Tsheko 9212 (“nine-to-twelve”) will be moving to the Sunday mid-morning timeslot.

Dubbed Shonisani by his listeners, Shawny B has grown in popularity as the main host of the Top 30 Countdown on Saturdays from midday – 3pm. Tsheko Mosito is a young and vibrant women and her new Sunday morning show promises to be inspiring as well as musically entertaining for chilled Sunday mornings.

 

Tsheko Mosito comments on her Sunday morning show, “Sunday mid-morning radio is a special time. It is an awesome opportunity for me start the day with my listener. The conversations will be uplifting and the music, fresh and spirited! I look forward to the listener music selections in our golden hour from 10am to 11am.”

Shawny B adds: The Jukebox is a music driven show filled with intimate radio conversations in between songs that you loved and may have forgotten about. Plainly put, your Sunday night radio will not be the same, so get ready for a musical journey with me.”

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SABC commemorates June 16

Posted by radio On June - 13 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

SABC will commemorate the 41th anniversary of the Soweto Uprising now known as June 16, National Youth Day. The uprisings tragically ended with hundreds of young people killed by the apartheid government when they protested against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction.

In commemoration of Youth month, SABC 1, Mzansi’s leading youth TV channel, is excited to announce an amazing opportunity for Mzansi’s aspiring youth.

 

The channel will host a symposium for aspiring youth to provide them a platform to discuss their issues ‘head on’ and come up with solutions on how to improve the lives of the youth in Mzansi.

 

SABC 1’s Youth Day symposium themed, Own Your Space, is looking for 25 young people between the ages of 16 and 20 to win a chance to be part of an interactive audience on the set of youth talk show, Daily Thetha. The event will take place on Friday, 16 June 2017 at Shine Studios in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. A number of Mzansi’s leading trailblazers in different fields from broadcasting to business will be in attendance to inspire and encourage them to aim for the sky and fulfil their dreams. The winner will also get a chance to bring a friend as their partner to the symposium.

 

SABC 1’s Youth Month Symposium Competition is now open for entry on the official SABC 1 website at www.sabc1.co.za and will close on Thursday 15 June 2017.

 

Winners will be notified telephonically.  While 5FM is giving their youthful listeners an opportunity to live their radio dream and live loud with their favourite station. On 16 June, eight youthful South Africans will have a chance to take over the 5FM airwaves between 6am – 6pm alongside 5FM DJs.

Kicking off with The Roger Goode Show at 06:00, followed by HammanTime at 09:00, The Forbes & Fix Show at 12:00 and ending with The Thabooty Drive at 15:00, 5FM will have two people join the teams on each show.

 

The station invites youth, who will be known as the 5 Squad, between the ages of 15-20 to send an entertaining voice demo or voice note of no more than 3 minutes (and no bigger than 6MB) to liveloud@5fm.co.za . The entry should include a short motivation as to why they should be a 5FM DJ for a day.

 

Entrants will need to be based in Johannesburg or Cape Town or able to get to the respective studio after school or campus on Thursday, 15 June as well as on 16 June for the show they will be chosen to participate in.

More details are available at 5FM.co.za.

 

Other SABC National Youth Month, 2017 Events include:

 

  • RSG: The station will commemorate Youth Month through various programming themes.

– 13 June – International Albinism Awareness Day; awareness – 360 Disability

  • 16 June – Youth Day Celebrations (Promo)                                                               
  • Radio 2000: Radio 2000 will post short personalised message videos of younger presenters namely Lelo and Tsheko on the station YouTube channel.  Radio 2000 will also post a banner on the website that encourages listeners to SMS the names of music that makes them remember their youth, in so doing the listeners can own the station’s playlist.  The station aims to trend the hash tag #Youth2000 on Youth Day.  The station will cover the Youth Day speech by the President on Friday 16 June.

 

  • SAfm: On the 15th of June the station will cover the SAfm Youth Month Dialogue at Tshing Community Hall in Ventersdorp.  The panellists will include; Member of the Young patriots, Prof Vuyisa Mazwi-Tanga, Mr Thulani Tshefuta and Prof Somadoda Fikeni.

 

  • MLFM: The station is planning a Youth Day activation at Malamulele Crossing on Friday 16 June.  The stations morning drive show will broadcast LIVE from the venue followed by artists performances and speeches from Local CPF, Councilors, District Circuit Manager.  Five schools from around Malamulele have been invited to be part of this initiative where they will perform plays related to youth issues.  The station will feature the soapie crew (Mina Hi Mina) as part of the entertainment.  An ex offender will deliver a motivational speech to the scholars about the effects of living a life of crime and the difficulty of spending one’s youth days behind bars.

 

On the same day the afternoon drive show will broadcast from the Department of Correctional

Services.  Young offenders will motivate young audiences to stay away from living a life of crime.

 

SABC is committed to inform, educate and celebrate the country’s youth. The SABC remembers June 16th, as it looks towards a better future for all.

 

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Youth to take over Algoa Airwaves

Posted by radio On June - 9 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Grade eleven learners in and around Port Elizabeth and East London have responded in their droves to be a part of the Algoa FM Youth Day Crew on Friday the 16th of June.

“After an exciting audition process, the group of youths who will take charge of our radio station have been selected and we’re proud to be in a position to offer them this wonderful opportunity,” says Programme Manager, Baydu Adams.

 

Algoa FM’s presenters, news readers, digital team, production engineers and music compiler, will be stripped of their duties on the day, to allow the youth the opportunity to show off their individual talents.

 

The strengths and interests of each learner has been taken into consideration to best allocate an individual set of responsibilities to them. They will now go through a rigorous training process.

 

This is the fourth consecutive takeover by a Youth Day Crew at Algoa FM.

 

Tune in on Friday, June 16th, to find out what really interests the youth of Algoa Country.

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Heart FM will once again take the microphone to the heart of Western Cape communities for the 16DaysForYouth initiative from 1 June 2017. The radio station will undertake youth focussed projects across the length and breadth of the province by broadcasting in its mobile studio for the first 16 days of June 2017.  The initiative identifies projects in communities whereby the teams are able to bring people together to effect change. Last year the journey encountered Magda Meyer in Paarl from Magda’s Soup Kitchen – The soup kitchen fed 2500 mouths per month and through HeartFM and it’s partners Magda is now able to feed more than 20 000 per month. This is effecting change in our communities

This year the journey kicks off in Hawston and will travel on to Grabouw, Kenilworth, Heideveld, Robertson, Worcester, Tulbagh, Malmesbury, Constantia, Mitchell’s Plain, Saldanha, Paternoster, Langebaan, Atlantis & Klipheuwel. The focus for the 16 Days for Youth this year will be more than just fixing, painting and lending a helping hand in the various towns. Many of the locations identified this year have been investigated and a more global stance will be taken. The aim is therefore to add emphasis on the challenges and sociology of each town while physically making a difference through our hands-on projects.

 

Heart FM MD Renee Redelinghuys says: “This is a very special project for everyone at Heart FM. We get to go into our communities, meet them, listen to them and most importantly give them the opportunity to tell their stories.  As the biggest commercial radio station in the Western Cape it is our duty to give the youth in these communities a voice. The journey allows us to highlight the challenges, big and small, that our communities face on a daily basis and how you and I can help.  Our listeners have big hearts and we know they will once again show how much they care. We can’t wait to hit the road.”

 

Heart FM program manager Denver Apollus says: “We will put our best forward once again and make a difference through sharing resources and providing a team effort. We will sacrifice 16days of our time to understand and live the lives of those less fortunate. While we are using the station as a platform to raise awareness, the campaign is about telling the stories of others and how they engage in projects that make a difference. Heart FM may have started this initiative but we’d like for our listeners and the rest of the country to adopt it and carry it on. Let’s enable #16DaysForYouth and end it by celebrating Youth Day on the 16th June.”

 

To find out how to get involved and how to join the journey, members of the public are urged to email youth@heartfm.co.za.

 

 

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OFM, the sound of your life in Central South Africa, has secured the services of two top celebs to present one of its most popular special projects – Celeb Radio. Sassy Toks en Tjops presenter Janina Oberholzer and sultry songstress Nianell and will warm the airwaves in Central South Africa from 5-9 June, and 12-5 June respectively.

 

Celeb Radio gives well-known and well-loved South African celebrities the opportunity to host their own unique radio show for a whole week. Celebrities are assisted and supported by OFM presenters.

 

Says OFM General Manager, Nick Efstathiou: “Celeb Radio is one of our most successful projects and we look forward to hosting some of South Africa’s most popular presenters in studio every year. This year, we are thrilled to welcome Janina and Nianell to Central South Africa. Every year, Celeb Radio produces unique and exciting content. I am sure this year will be no different. Listeners can look forward to some great laughs and interviews, brought to you by two extremely well-liked celebrities.”

 

Janina Oberholzer, who will be on air from 5-9 June, is no stranger to radio. Her career started in 2006 at campus radio station Tuks FM, after which she moved to Jacaranda FM in 2008, first as traffic compiler for the Just Plain Breakfast and later as sports presenter on the Martin Bester Drive team. In Central South Africa, she is probably best known as co-presenter on Toks and Tjops with rugby heavyweights Toks van der Linde and Breyten Paulse.

 

Nianell, who will host Celeb Radio from 12-15 June, is a platinum-selling musician and great friend of OFM. Her songs are not only played on South Africa radio stations, but also internationally. She quickly became a household name after the success of her debut album ‘Who painted the moon?’ She is also a SAMA winner and certainly one of the busiest singer-songwriters in South Africa.

 

For more information about Celeb Radio, go to www.ofm.co.za or tune in to OFM, the sound of your life.

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Stoan Seate joins Power FM

Posted by radio On May - 26 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Popular South African musician and television presenter, Stoan Seate joins POWER 98.7 as presenter of music show, POWER Fix which airs every Sunday from midday to 3pm. Having worked for Motsweding FM, Seate is no stranger to radio. However he is undoubtedly best known for his time with popular music group Bongo Muffin, which he formed in 1996 with his friends. Following the group’s success and release of five albums, Seate next established himself as an actor and television presenter currently presenting the SAFTA winning live music show, Afro Café.

“I’m looking forward to joining the POWER movement and connecting with South Africans through music and the issues that affect us in our daily lives. I resonate with what the brand stands for and looking forward to getting behind the microphone once again” says Seate.

 

MSG Afrika’s Head of Programming, Bob Mabena is equally enthusiastic about Stoan joining the POWER team. “Because we do talk so well and our listeners agree, we had to take our music and lifestyle daypart just as seriously. Who better to slot in there that a grounded African young man who has cemented his rightful place firmly in the hearts and minds of progressive South Africans. Stoan is a natural fit for POWER” concludes Mabena.

 

POWER Fix with Stoan Seate will broadcast LIVE from the POWER 98.7 Mall of Africa studios every Sunday at12h00 from 4 June 2017.

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SABC to partner with SAMA 23

Posted by radio On May - 25 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is proud to be a media partner of the 23rd edition of the South African Music Awards (SAMA), which will take place on Saturday, 27 May 2017 at Sun City in the North West Province. This partnership has been has been in existence for 22 years. The event will be broadcast on SABC1 at 20:00.  Live Amp, SABC1’s premiere music show which broadcast each Friday night, will also be doing a live broadcast on Friday, 26 May 2017 on SABC1 at 19:30,

 

The SAMA’s celebrate and honour artists who have made an impact in different music genres, ranging from Pop and Hip Hop to Gospel and Afrikaans music. As South Africa’s only public service broadcaster, with 5 TV channels and 19 radio stations, the SABC has always provided a platform for South African music to thrive. It continues to expose audiences to new music and age-old classics comparable to the best music in the world.

 

The hosts for the SAMA’s 23 are Metro FM’s morning breakfast co-host, Somizi Mhlongo and well known comedian and host of SABC2’s “Red Cake”, Tumi Morake. Mhlongo is a much-loved theatre and television veteran as well as a singer. He returns to the hosting duties that he so ably delivered on last year, when he co-hosted with actress, radio and television host, Thando Thabethe. Morake is the reigning queen of South African comedy. She is a respected television host and a pioneer in her field.

 

The South African Music Awards (SAMAs) are the Recording Industry of South Africa‘s music industry awards, established in 1995. The winners receive a gold-plated statuette called a SAMA. The ceremony features live performances as once-off collaborations by a selection of nominees. The SAMAs are considered the South African equivalent of the American Grammy Awards: “Our team is hard at work putting together a ceremony befitting the stature of the SAMA awards. We have every faith in Somizi and Tumi that they will add that extra zing to the proceedings and leave us entertained.” Said The Recording Industry Of South Africa (RISA)CEO, Mr. Nhlanhla Sibisi

 

 

SABC Spokesperson, Mr. Kaizer Kganyago says: “The SABC has always been a strong advocate of South African music and has a long relationship with both RISA and the South African Music Awards. We are very proud to be the broadcast and media partner of SAMA’s23 this year. The event not only helps us deliver on our public service mandate but also provides entertainment to our audiences. Given the reach of the SABC, and its dominance of the media landscape, we have to use our resources to educate, inform and entertain. Our involvement with the South African Music Awards pledges our commitment to the support, promotion and celebration of incredibly talented artists.”

 

 

Be sure to follow all the SAMA’s build up and broadcast on social media through the hashtag #SAMA23 as well as the following Twitter and Instagram handles and hashtags: @Official_SABC1, Live Amp – @liveamp, Selimathunzi – @Selimathunzi, Umhlobo Wenene FM – #UWFMSAMA23, Metro FM – #METROFMSAMA and #AbsoluteHipHop, Radio 2000 -#SAMA23, Ukhozi FM – #UkhoziAtSAMA23, Motsweding FM – #KonkaSAMA23.

 

Coverage of anything SAMA’s related can also be found on the following TV and radio stations:

TV

SABC1 Live Amp to broadcast live at 19:30 from the Valley of the Waves, Sun City on Friday, 26 May 2017.  Performances by SAMA nominees: Kwesta and Amanda Blackhows Hosts: Warras and Lerato Kganyago.

Selimathunzi will do the red carpet interviews on Saturday, 27 May 2017 hosted by Vazi from Selimathunzi and Khanyi Mbau.

 

RADIO

Umhlobo Wenene:

DJ to present Best African Adult contemporary – Radio village  27th  18:00-20:00

 

Metro FM:  

Loot Luv to present Best hip Hop – Backstage 26th, 20:00-22:00

Radio Village 27th -18:00-22:00

 

Radio 2000:

Ernest Pillay to present Best Adult contemporary – Red Carpet (crossings) 27th May

 

Ukhozi FM:

DJ to present Best Kwaito – Goodie Bag 26th – 20:00-23:00

Goodie Bag room 27th – 12:00-15:00

Radio Village – 18:00-22:00

 

Motsweding FM: 

DJ to present best dance – Goodie Bag room 26th – 15:00-18:00

Goodie Bag room 27th – 09:00-12:00

Radio Village 27th – 18:00-22:00

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How to submit music for Ukhozi FM airplay

Posted by radio On May - 25 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

All submission material is to be forwarded via HARDCOPY to the stations library department ( Sabc-100 K.E. MASINGA ROAD, please attention your sample to: Library ). you can use one of the following options to submit
– Drop your track off at: Ukhozi FM, SABC Durban,100 KE Masinga Road, Durban, 4001
– Or Post your track to: Ukhozi FM-Music For Airplay, P.O. Box 1588, Durban, 4000.

 

Once you’ve submitted, please allow a period of 7-14 days. This is to log an artist onto the library system and have a shelf number. Music is then forwarded to the music committee, where a decision will be made as to whether or not the submitted will be added to the Ukhozi FM playlist.

 

 

Due to the high volume of music submissions and Ukhozi FM’s selection process, we cannot contact all the artists with feedback. If you have not heard from Ukhozi FM after six weeks, please consider your submission unsuccessful.

 

 

Standard requirements:

– Hard copy submission (we do not take digital submissions at the moment)

– Mp3 format and radio friendly/radio edit

– Submitted material to be of proper sound(mastered)

– Submission to fall within radio sound(genre/sound etc)

 

Hard Copy requirements:

-CD cover is necessary

– Listing of artist / title track / song duration /must be SAMRO registered / publisher / composers and cd number
DIGITAL SUBMITION WILL BE LAUNCHED SOON

 

 

DJ MIXES 

Make a 30min Mix.
Write up a track listing.
Upload track to www.sendspace.com  or www.yousendit.com  or any other file sharing service.
E-mail link and track listing plus a bio and contact details to the presenter of that particular show

 

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Africa Day marks the day when the Organisation of Africa Unity was formed and 30 of 32 African leaders signed a founding charter in Addis Ababa on 25 May 1963. The Africa Day celebration acknowledges the progress that we as Africans have made.  On this day there is an opportunity for South Africans to reconnect and recommit themselves to develop a better Africa and a better world.

As part of Radio 2000’s monthly mandate themes, we will again celebrate this Africa Day (25th May) in a unique and memorable way by hosting several African Embassies and High Commissioners at the SABC Head office in Auckland Park, Johannesburg between 09h00- 15h00.  Dignitaries from 10 African countries are expected to fill the Radio Park foyer, for a day of cultural celebrations that will include showcasing their culture through exhibiting their food, music, fashion and culture at large.  By honouring this important day the station aims to educate and inform listeners about the history of African culture and civilisation and share all the great African cultural practices that shape the continent. The station hopes to encourage social cohesion amongst all Africans on the day.

 

Radio 2000’s Station Manager Puleng Thulo comments, “South is part of Africa and it is important for us to stay close to one another and support our African brothers and sisters on the continent, to build a better Africa for future generations.  On Africa day we celebrate the best in music, food, fashion and culture from each of these amazing countries. It is important that we tell the African story correctly and we promote and share what makes us proud to be African and most importantly preserve our rich African heritage.”

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Darren Simpson joins KFM

Posted by radio On May - 21 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

KFM has surprised followers with a major line up remix, including the big news that Darren Simpson will be joining the Cape station from 3 July.

Darren is one of South Africa’s most prominent commercial broadcasters, having hosted 947’s Breakfast Xpress for 7 years, and featuring on the breakfast show for 7 years before that.

 

Despite his young age, Darren has already been in the industry for 24 years as he started working at Capital Radio when he was only 16, and went on to broadcast in the United Kingdom for three years and Australia for a year. He’s won numerous awards including multiple nods for ‘Best local radio personality’ in the Best of Joburg Awards.

 

Darren achieved national fame through his notorious “Whackhead” pranks, which hit record sales year after year and have totalled over half a million units sold. The prank also featured on KFM breakfast so there is an existing connection between Darren and the Western Cape audience. The success of his pranks, plus his TV work and stand-up comedy have made him a household name in South African entertainment.

 

In April 2017 he moved to the afternoon drive slot on 947 for lifestyle reasons, and in another lifestyle motivated move, he will be fulfilling a long-term goal of relocating his young family to the fair Cape.

 

From July, Darren will take over the KFM breakfast show between 6am and 9am, bringing his brand of fun, funny, relatable radio to listeners across the Cape – and yes, there will be a daily prank!

 

This is a dream come true for me and my family. To do the breakfast show on KFM in Africa’s most beautiful city, is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I am incredibly excited,”

Darren Simpson

 

Joburgers will still get their fix as the two stations are both in the Primedia Broadcasting stable, and Darren will remain on Xpress Drive on 947, which he will broadcast from the Cape Town studios, from 4pm to 7pm.

 

Darren has earned his reputation as a heavyweight in the South African radio industry and we are thrilled to be able to share his radio magic with audiences in both of our broadcast regions

 

Primedia Broadcasting CEO, Omar Essack

 

 

The move will see current breakfast host, Ryan O’Connor moving into the weekday work slot, from 10am to 1pm.

The weekday work slot has been a major focus area for KFM as it offers the station a chance to connect with audiences in the busy part of their day whether they are in their cars, offices, homes, or wherever they are going about their business.

 

Ryan is at the top of his game, having recently won the Best Breakfast Presenter title at the 2017 Liberty Radio Awards, becoming the only presenter to win this award twice. A born and bred Capetonian, he’s got an innate understanding of what makes this region tick.

 

Ryan has a fantastic connection with listeners. We believe that he’s going to turn this show into ‘can’t-miss-it’ radio and are thrilled to have such a dynamic broadcaster steering us through this new chapter as we shake up daytime radio.

 

CEO Primedia Broadcasting Western Cape, Trish Taylor

Ryan will be followed by Sechaba G on early afternoons, 1pm to 4pm, a time channel which suits her easygoing style.

 

The afternoon drive will be taken over by pint-sized dynamite: Carl Wastie, whose energy will drive listeners through their homeward commute. Carl joined KFM in mid-2016 and his infectious enthusiasm quickly made him a hit with listeners. Wastie will also host a regional chart show on Saturdays.

 

The station says goodbye to Rob Vember, who has hosted the afternoon drive since 2014 as well as the Coca-Cola Top40SA.

We thank Rob for his contribution to the station, and wish him the very best for the next part of his journey.

CEO Primedia Broadcasting Western Cape, Trish Taylor

 

These are bold moves and with this line up, KFM will become a bold voice in the Cape media landscape

Primedia Broadcasting CEO, Omar Essack

 

Details of the supporting casts of the shows as well as formats and features will be finalised and announced in due course.

We are currently speaking to Deon, Liezel and Jeremy about new opportunities in the business.

 

THE WEEKDAY LINE UP FROM 3 JULY 2017 WILL BE:

06h00 to 09h00: Darren Simpson

09h00 to 10h00: What’s Up @ Work

10h00 to 13h00: Ryan O’Connor

13h00 to 16h00: Sechaba G

16h00 to 19h00: Carl Wastie

19h00 to 22h00: Brandon Leigh

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Radio 2000 reshuffles the Sunday mid-morning show.

To make your weekend feel “easy like Sunday morning” Radio 2000 will be re-shuffling its Sunday mid-morning show effective Sunday, 2 […]

SABC commemorates June 16

SABC will commemorate the 41th anniversary of the Soweto Uprising now known as June 16, National Youth Day. The uprisings […]

Youth to take over Algoa Airwaves

Grade eleven learners in and around Port Elizabeth and East London have responded in their droves to be a part […]

Heart FM shuts down broadcast studio for 16 days 

Heart FM will once again take the microphone to the heart of Western Cape communities for the 16DaysForYouth initiative from 1 June 2017. […]


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