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As Youth Month kicks off, Heart FM will be paying homage to the youth of the Western Cape with its 16 Days For Youth initiative to uplift and lend a hand in communities where help is most needed. The initiative started in 2016 undertaking youth focussed projects cross province, taking the microphone to the heart of communities, giving them a voice and making a difference while doing so.

 

Come June the 1st, Heart FM will once again close the doors of its Greenpoint on air studio and swop it for its mobile outside broadcast vehicle, travelling the length and breadth of the province. The radio stations entire line up will take to the road to bring change. This year a greater focus will be placed on feeding as many people as possible, in the light of the recent cost of living increases and food scarcity in many of the towns.

 

 

The journey this year kicks off in Kraaifontein and will see teams travel to Lavender Hill, Bridgetown, Paternoster, Langebaan, Mooreesburg, Darling, Montana, Maitland, Kleinmond, Hermanus, Greyton, Genadendal and Bishop Lavis. Projects will include and are not limited to feeding, clothing, fixing, painting and construction. The initiative will also revisit some of its inaugural projects to report on progress and expansion.

 

 

While the project has only been running for the two years, there has been many a success story along the way. In 2016 the team met Tannie Magda, a community worker in the Paarl area who clothed and fed the community with limited resources. With the help of the #16DaysForYouth team and sponsors coming on board, Tannie Magda who in 2016 fed just over 2000 people on a monthly basis, is now feeding more than 26 000 people per month in her community.

 

 

Managing Director for Heart FM Renee Redelinghuys says nothing is more important than empowering communities. “We’ve seen the impact made in the communities over the last two years and that these projects are not just once-off. Our 16 Days for Youth teams have been carrying out monthly visits to our beneficiaries and have reported on the progress and support received since our initial visits. It is heartening to know that we inspired this change and it is making a difference in the lives of those who need it. We look forward to touching the lives of those we meet on our next journey.”

 

 

Programme Manager for Heart FM Denver Apollus echoes her sentiments: “16 Days For Youth is an initiative that is based on telling the stories of the communities in the Western Cape. The ethos of the initiative is not to gain or garner exposure or to brag about the good things done in the communities by a radio station.  Rather that there is a need out in these communities and we have a microphone that has access to numbers and an audience that can be mobilised,  thus we are able to tell their stories and effect the difference and make a change.”

 

 

Members of the public will once again be able to get involved on the 16 Days For Youth journey. The route, beneficiaries and wish lists will be published on www.16daysforyouth.com . Listeners will also be able to pledge their support for the campaign. 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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RSG wins again at Afrikaans media awards

Posted by radio On May - 20 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS

Last Friday, the annual ATKV (Afrikaanse Taal en Kultuur Vereniging) media awards were presented at the stylish Katy’s Palace Bar in Kramerville, Sandton. These awards recognise journalists, producers, presenters and actors to commemorate and celebrate the responsible work they do in informing, educating and entertaining South Africans.

 

RSG presenters and programme makers have won in the following categories within the Listen (Radio) Section:

  1. Best insert in a journal program: Johan van Lill for his insert on ‘Oude Libertas 40 jaar’ in RSG’s arts program
  2. Best presenter or interviewer of a news- or actuality program: Phil Loots for his program Fiks vir die lewe
  3. Best insert in a news- or actuality program: Izak du Plessis for his insert on ‘Paternoster vissers’ in Monitor
  4. Best journal program: Ilze Salzwedel for her program Skrywers en Boeke
  5. Best news- or actuality program: Melissa Tighy for ‘Landwye betogings teen Zuma’ in Spektrum
  6. Best documentary or program series: Jamaine Krige for Na die brande on RSG
  7. Best text for a radio drama or –theatre: Marion Erskine for Akwarius on RSG
  8. Best producer of a radio drama or –theatre: Bettie Kemp for Akwarius on RSG

There were also award sections for print media (read) and TV (watch).  Digital forms part of each section.

Congratulations to RSG and all the award winners – truly inspiring and very proud of the talent at the SABC’s Afrikaans radio station!

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 Heart FM makes a change to its mid-morning show that’s certain to be well received. The station is moving one of Cape Town’s most well-liked presenters, Irma G, into the 9 am to 12 noon show. Irma is no stranger to radio and the station believes she’ll bring her passion and flair for music alive in this time slot. The workplace soundtrack now changes a gear and picks up the pace with Irma G in the driving seat.

 

Head of Programming, Denver Apollus says “ Irma G is a household name in the radio game, and I’m confident she’ll bring a fresh new approach to the 6 to 6 line-up. She’s one of the most versatile radio presenters in the industry and I’m so happy she’ll now have her own daytime slot.”

 

“I fell in love with radio many years ago, and have loved entertaining and talking to people from all walks of life! I am honoured to have had a career that’s  spanned over 22 years – and this opportunity to host the 9 to 12 space excites me! I’m looking forward to sharing my love for music, which is pure; music drives me beyond bad moods and exhaustion, it fuels me! And I hope to bring that drive and passion and share it in my 9 to 12 show.” Says Irma G.

 

 

Some of the other voices who feature on the station are the likes of the experienced producers – Grant Jansen and Duncan Patrick – and new recruit, Kelly Pearce.

 

Pearce is one of a few new radio voices to have been recruited by Heart FM recently – and Apollus says this fresh talent will be given their own space to develop as well.

Mon to Fri

04:00 – 06:00      Kabelo Shomang

Fri & Sat

04:00 – 06:00      Lesley Piet

Apollus also mentions a few other changes will be  implemented in the coming weeks.

Heart FM enjoys a dominant position in the radio landscape in the Western Cape, and a refreshed, well-timed  talent line up should see the station retain that mass appeal.

 

 

Heart FM Managing Director Renee Redelinghuys says “Irma has always been a loyal and committed presenter, and affording her this opportunity makes sense. She has the potential to elevate the show and bring a uniqueness for this time of the day”

 

 

The Mon to Fri Line-Up 

06:00 – 09:00      Heart Breakfast with Aden Thomas, Tapfuma Makina, Julian Naidoo, Deon Bing, Darren Green & Jenny Morris

09:00 – 12:00      Irma G

12:00 – 15:00      Clarence Ford

15:00 – 18:00      #Drive326 with Suga, Jeremy Harris & Jodee Butler

18:00 – 22:00      In the mix with Diggy Bongz

22:00 – 01:00      JP Carelse

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SAfm announces new line-up

Posted by radio On April - 11 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS
SAfm remains a radio station with the largest footprint in South Africa, and it is important to refresh, strengthen and rotate talent to ensure maximum output. The station believes its existing talent and with the augmentation of new personalities, it will remain relevant and ultimately deliver on audience numbers.
The new line-up presents much needed rotation of talent within, and we are excited to announce Stephen Grootes, Ernest Pillay, and Thabiso Mosia as new presenters joining the SAfm Family!
 
 
From Monday, the 09th of April 2018, listeners can look forward to the #SAfmSunrise with Stephen Grootes from 06:00-09:00 weekdays. The show promises to be hard-hitting, informative, and will ease audiences into the day ahead.  Following that is no stranger to the station Bongi Gwala, on The Talking Point from 09:00 – 12:00 with in depth discussions on days topical issues. Criselda Dudumashe brings her well rounded approach to daytime radio between 13:00 – 15:00 weekdays.
 
Ernest Pillay joins the SAfm family to present the afternoon show from 15:00 – 18:00. He brings to the show his wealth of experience as a seasoned presenter spanning over 25 years.
 
SAfm Market Update with Money web provides in-depth analysis on the business and topical economic news between 18:00 – 19:00. Thabiso Mosia kicks in from 19:00 – 20:00 with key sports matters of the day. Ashraf Garda will then unpack socio- political matters on Monday to Thursday from 20:00 – 22:00.
 
SAfm weekends will never be the same, now with more music and less talk presented by seasoned broadcasters such as Michelle Constant, Shado Twala, Rowena Baird and Ricky Stevens to list a few.
 
The station recognises the holistic pivotal role played by news and current affairs. The current affairs programmes will be presented by Tsepiso Makwetla delivering the morning instalment between 05h00 and 06h00 weekdays whilst  Sakina Kamwendo continues with in-depth discussions and breaking stories midday from 12h00-13h00. Elvis Presslin will present the weekend slots between 06h00-07h00.
 
“We invite South Africa to tune in on the 9th of April 2018 and enjoy what SAfm has to offer.  We wish all our  presenters the best and have no doubt that they will make a meaningful contribution to ensure that SAfm dominates the airwaves as a national talk radio station in South Africa”, Peter Mashamba, Acting Station Manager.
 
 
Below is the SAfm New On-Air Schedule
 
Monday – Friday
Time channel
Presenter
00:00-03:00
Stephen Kirker
03:00-05:00
Khanyi Magubane
05:00-06:00
Tsepiso Makwetla
06:00- 09:00
Stephen Grootes
Brad Brown (Sport)
09:00- 12:00
Bongi Gwala
12:00- 13:00
Sakina Kamwendo
13:00 – 15:00
Criselda Dudumashe
15:00 – 18:00
Ernest Pillay
Thabiso Mosia (Sport)
18:00- 19:00
Monday – Thursday
Moneyweb
19:00 – 20:00
Monday – Thursday
18:00 – 19:00 (Fridays)
Thabiso Mosia
20:00 – 22:00
Monday – Thursday
Ashraf Garda
22:00 – 00:00
Monday – Thursday
Naledi Moleo
19:00 – 21:00
Fridays
Lizette Khan
21:00 – 00:00
Fridays
Jon Gericke
Saturdays
Time channel
Presenter
00:00 – 03:00
Mandla Shongwe
03:00 – 06:00
Sidwell Mhlongo
06:00 – 07:00
Elvis Presslin
07:00 – 10:00
Michelle Constant
10:00- 13:00
Shado Twala
13:00 – 16:00
Rowena Baird
16:00 – 19:00
Ricky Stevens
19:00 – 21:00
Lizette Khan
21:00 – 00:00
Jon Gericke
 
Sundays
Time channel
Presenter
00:00 – 03:00
Mandla Shongwe
03:00 – 05:00
Sidwell Mhlongo
05:00 – 06:00
The Church Service
06:00 – 07:00
Elvis Presslin
07:00 – 10:00
Michelle Constant
10:00 – 13:00
Shado Twala
13:00- 16:00
Rowena Baird
16:00- 19:00
Ricky Stevens
19:00 – 20:00
Naye Lupondwana
20:00 – 21:00
Documentaries & Drama
21:00 – 00:00
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Which is the most loved Radio Station in South Africa in 2018? All will be revealed on Saturday 14 April at the Liberty Radio Awards held at the Sandton Convention Centre.

Voting has closed for the 2018 MyStation category, where listeners had a chance to vote for their favourite station. There are 2 sections to the MyStation award; firstly, the station that garnered the most votes; and secondly, the station with the most loyal and committed listeners.

 

 

The former is the station that generates the most votes from their audience, and the latter is a measure of the ratio of votes the station generates divided by the station’s RAM listenership figures – that is the station that generates the most votes based on the size of their audience.

 

“In generating votes for the MyStation award, some stations have run highly innovative campaigns,” says Lance Rothschild, CEO of the Liberty Radio Awards. “The MyStation award gives insight into the level of engagement stations have with their listeners and demonstrates the commitment listeners have to their chosen station brand.”
Through casting their vote, listeners also stand a chance of winning a R 40 000 cash prize and a VIP experience for them and a partner to the 2018 Liberty Radio Awards. In excess of 120 000 votes were cast.

 

Killy Bacela, Divisional Director of Group Brand & Marketing at Liberty says: “The MyStation award is a testimony to the stations that raise the bar and create excellent radio that inspires and motivates their listeners to take the time to vote in this particular category. These stations understand the value of determination and unwavering focus required for the successful delivery of real, credible and meaningful content to an appreciative audience.”

 

The finalists in the MyStation categories are: (in alphabetical order)

 

 

MOST VOTES   

  • Hot 91.9
  • Kaya FM
  • Metro FM
  • Mix 93.8
  • Pretoria FM
  • Radio Khwezi
  • Zibonele FM

 

MOST LOYAL LISTENERS

  • Alex FM
  • Hot 91.9
  • LM Radio
  • Mix 93.8
  • Radio Khwezi
  • Radio Pretoria
  • Rise FM

 

 

The Liberty Radio Awards takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday 14th April.

 

More details about the Liberty Radio Awards as well as the terms and conditions for the My Station competition may be found at www.libertyradioawards.co.za

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YFM, was introduced 20 years ago into the South African media landscape as the official platform for the voice of youth in Gauteng. The platform has always been synonymous with trendsetting in urban youth culture, developing and nurturing talent that have become icons in the eyes of young people and beyond.

 

 

YFM recognises that in the last two decades, the South African landscape has drastically changed and with it, the media landscape and youth culture have evolved. Being a station that caters for the young at heart, YFM understands that the market needs to be catered to in a new dynamic way and we are evolving to serve that purpose.

Young people in the country are now experiencing different challenges from 20 years ago. They are finding it difficult to be heard as individuals, to define who they are, to fully believe in their abilities and reach their full potential.

Remembering that the youth of the country have changed the past to define the present, YFM believes that young people remain the key to defining the future.

 

“Our listeners need to believe that they can change their immediate circumstances, their perceptions of themselves and revel in their ability to stand out. They are more powerful than they know and YFM fully understands this”, says newly appointed Managing Director, Haseena Cassim.

 

This belief is what has led to the station’s vision and mantra for the year to BElieve in YOUrself – #BEYOU.

In executing our belief and vision for YFM and young people, YFM’s Programming Manager, Tumelo Diaho-Monaheng has lined up the personalities that will represent, lead and entertain our audience, while continuing to break new music.

 

Following the reshuffle in October 2017, Y Mornings will continue to be hosted by the ever-entertaining DJ Ankletap from 05:00 to 09:00;

 

The passionate Khutso Theledi will follow breakfast from 09:00 to 12:00 with Krunch ‘till Lunch;

Lunch will be served from 12:00 to 15:00 weekdays by the talented and energetic Nia Brown on the Nia Brown Shakedown;

DJ Sabby takes you home with The Best Drive from 15:00 to 19:00, with YTKO being extended for an extra 20 minutes from 18:00;

YFM is excited to welcome a new breed of dynamism in the form of Cape Town born Carissa Cupido, who will host Run This Town from 19:00 -22:00 Monday to Thursday;

 

The slot that excites the station the most, is the introduction of Y Talks hosted by award winning Debater, Oliver Dickson, on Tuesday nights from 22:00 to 24:00. Y Talks is the official platform that gives the “Voice to Young People”, which will address all topical discussions relevant to the audience.

 

 

 

“The refreshed line-up, launching on 3 April 2018, is a representation of the leading, inspiring and relevant voices of young people in the country. The content will be curated by young people who share the same environments as the audience they engage with.” says Diaho-Monaheng. Our invitation to the audience is “come to us as you are, we are in the same headspace as you. There is no judgement; this is the only place that you will totally be free to express yourself. Believe in yourself. Be you!” he adds.

 

 

Lastly, the station bids farewell to Smash Afrika, Melo Maoka and DJ @Large. The Station wishes them well on their future ventures.

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5FM Line-up changes announced

Posted by radio On March - 28 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS

5FM has announced that new talent will join the 5FM family in April. The station will be on-boarding on-air presenter Smash Afrika, who will be taking over 5FM Nights from 19:00 – 22:00 Monday – Thursday.

 

Smash, who hails from Bloemfontein and started his career on campus radio, has a youthful energy and is a real livewire who makes radio that’s unapologetically loud, fun and memorable.

“Talk about a dream come true! I have always wanted to work at 5FM and finally it’s happening,” Smash says, “Words can’t begin to describe the emotions, but I will express them on every show once I get started,” he adds.

 

Smash Afrika regards himself as the perfect 5FM fit with his live loud attitude and will be joined by well-known producer, Given Baloyi.  Baloyi says it is Smash’s unique personality and world view that will make the show stand out and grab the attention of 5FM’s community.  “The show will have an eccentric and whimsical feel. We want to create a show where they get to let their guard down and tap into their inner child,” he says.

5FM Station Manager, Justine Cullinan, says this dynamite partnership is undeniably a creative pairing with the perfect fit for brand 5FM.  “5FM has the most diversely represented and dynamic collection of on-air and producer family members,” she says, “With these two new talents we are only taking that positioning further.  We are looking forward to delivering a high intensity weeknight show to the 5FM community.”

 

5FM is equally excited to announce that acclaimed and revered Ultimix resident Ryan the DJ has been offered his own show on the station, taking over the Saturday night 19:00 – 22:00 Weekender5 show from 5FM’s pH who will sadly be leaving the station to focus on his very busy DJ and production work.

Ryan is certainly no stranger to the 5FM community. He was crowned the winner of the 5FM Ultimix DJ competition in 2012 which landed him a regular resident feature on the station as well as on their event line-ups.  Ryan, is one of South Africa’s foremost mix masters and recently represented the country at the Red Bull 3Style World Finals in Poland, where he was placed in the top 6.

 

“I’ve always held the 5FM Saturday night slot in high regard.  I grew up listening to Derek the Bandit and Roger Goode’s Saturday Surgery – they were iconic shows. I would listen to them religiously and so to have the opportunity to host my own show on a Saturday night on 5FM is an absolute honour and dream come true for me,” says Ryan. “I’m really excited for the journey ahead as well as being able to share good music and connect with my fans and listeners across South Africa,” he adds.

 

5FM’s Bosslady, Justine Cullinan, says that Ryan the DJ will deliver the perfect party soundtrack for a Saturday night.  “His skill in music selection is incomparable and I know that his show will be carefully curated with mix music from the best in the world,” she says, “As one of our Weekender5 he will add immense value to 5FM’s specialist music fame and will continue the station’s legacy in delivering to the 5FM community the best mixologists and deck wreckers the country has to offer.”

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Following the announcement of the finalists in the various categories of the 2018 Liberty Radio Awards, the finalists for the coveted Station of the Year title have now been selected and the final adjudication to determine the Station of the Year is now in progress. In addition, the inductees for the Bright Star and Hall of Fame have also been announced.

 

“The announcement of the category finalists has met with a fantastically positive response,” says Lance Rothschild, CEO of the Liberty Radio Awards. “The adjudication panel who select the winning stations of the year are going to have their work cut out for them, particularly considering the overall standard of the entries for this year’s awards. It will be very exciting to see who the panel determines as the station that continues to raise the bar in terms of compelling content quality. After all, the Station of the Year title gives the winning station- and all who work there- bragging rights for the next year.”

 

 

Killy Bacela, Divisional Director of Group Brand & Marketing at Liberty, says: “The Station of the Year is indeed the Grand Prix of the Liberty Radio Awards and we look forward to revealing the winning station and celebrating with the industry on 14 April. Acknowledging excellence and recognising the commitment it takes to not only be the best, but to create a legacy for the future is one of the core values of Liberty. We congratulate the finalists, who can be secure in the knowledge that they are being recognised for their dedication and their passion for storytelling and entertainment.”

 

 

The Station of the Year Finalists are:

 CAMPUS

MFM 92.6

PUKFM 93.6

TUKSFM 107.2

UCT FM

VOWFM

 

 

 

COMMUNITY

ALEX FM

GROOT FM 90.5

HOT 91.9

MIX 93.8FM

RADIO ISLAM

RADIO PULPIT

 

 

 

 

COMMERCIAL

ALGOA FM

EAST COAST RADIO

JACARANDA FM

KAYA FM

METRO FM

OFM

POWER 98.7

 

 

The Bright Star Award goes to candidates 35 years or younger – either on-air, or behind-the-scenes, who is making his/her mark in the industry. The award is aimed at recognising a person who has an intrinsic understanding and love for radio, respects its past and also has great ideas for its future.

 

 

This year, the Liberty  Radio Awards Bright Stars are:

 

 

 

AGANANG FM

 

 

 

 

 

Nthabiseng Motlhodi

ECR Jason Mc Call
ECR Simon Carter
GAGASI FM Langalethu Cele
KFM Carl Wastie
MAGIC 828 AM Byron MacDonald
OFM Lerato Lelia
TRU FM Simamkele Mguga
TUKS FM Quintus Potgieter
TUKS FM Layla Welch
UMHLOBO WENENE FM Zukiswa Mqumbisa

 

 

The Liberty Radio Awards takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday 14th April. More details about the Liberty Radio Awards may be found at www.libertyradioawards.co.za

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Liberty Radio Awards Finalists announced

Posted by radio On March - 20 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS

The adjudication process for the 2018 Liberty Radio Awards has been concluded. The adjudication panel has sorted through the entries, allocated scores that have been further verified by Mazars, a Chartered Accounting firm, and the finalists for the various categories have been decided.

“The total audio of the entries, if played continuously, would amount to more than one week of non-stop listening,” says Lance Rothschild, CEO of the Liberty Radio Awards. “We are really grateful to the panel of adjudicators who gave their time and expertise freely towards this process of determining who is making the best radio in South Africa. I am confident that the results emanating from the adjudication process will show that the best of the entries rose to the top in each of the categories. It is my fervent hope that these awards continue to motivate and inspire the radio industry to continue raising the bar, setting ever higher standards that will keep listeners fulfilled through compelling programming. This in turn will secure the future of radio as a vital source of entertainment, education and information for years to come.”

 

 

Amongst the very positive feedback from members of the panel, was the following:

“Thanks for the opportunity. Judging Liberty Radio awards is a great honour, knowing the fact that these awards are well-recognised throughout the country.”

“We wish to congratulate all the category finalists.” says Rothschild. “Achieving finalist status earmarks you amongst the best-of-the-best. We’re grateful to all those who submitted entries into this year’s program and we encourage those who didn’t make it to finalist status to strive to raise the standard of radio to ensure a bright future for the industry.”

 

Killy Bacela, Divisional Director of Group Brand & Marketing at Liberty, says: “We congratulate the finalists and look forward to celebrating those who strive to make compelling radio; those who keep knowledge at close reach and those who continue to elevate the standards on what real, credible news and stories should be. Through our commitment to the Liberty Radio Awards, we hope to meaningfully contribute to the progression of the industry by applauding and rewarding those who continue to raise the bar through storytelling and entertainment.”

Congratulations to all the finalists, the winners will be announced and celebrated at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday 14th April.

Here is a comprehensive list of the finalists in order of category, and sorted in alphabetical order by station name:

Finalists

 

Afternoon Drive Presenter

Afternoon Drive Presenter – Campus

Station Presenter
Puk FM 93.6 Niel Koegelenberg
Tshwane FM Katlego Monama
Tuks FM 107.2 Sila Odhuno
UCT Radio Naushaad Maharaj
Voice of Wits DJ Keyez

Afternoon Drive Presenter – Community

Station Presenter
Hot 91.9 Simon Parkinson
Link FM Gary Gerber
Mkhondo Community Radio Blessing Mhlope
Pretoria FM Sarina Frauenstein
Radio Pulpit Johann Els

Afternoon Drive Presenter – Commercial

Station Presenter
East Coast Radio Bongani Mtolo
Gagasi FM Sphesihle (SPHectacula) Ngwenya
KFM 94.5 Carl Wastie
OFM Darren Scott
Power 98.7 Thabo Mdluli

 

Afternoon Drive Show

Afternoon Drive Show – Campus

Station Title
Puk FM 93.6 PUKFM Drive
Tuks FM 107.2 The Drive Way
UCT Radio The Society
UJFM The UJFM Drive
Voice of Wits The Lift Club

Afternoon Drive Show – Community

Station Title
Hot 91.9 The Big Joburg Drive
Link FM Buffalo Toyota Afternoon Drive
Radio Helderberg 93.6FM The Homerun/Hol Huistoe
Radio Pulpit Spektrum
Radio Pulpit Something Els

Afternoon Drive Show – Commercial

Station Title
Cape Talk Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
East Coast Radio East Coast Drive with Bongani and Mags
Gagasi FM The Kings Drive
Metro FM The Drive
OFM Just Plain Drive with Darren Scott on OFM

 

Breakfast Presenter

Breakfast Presenter – Campus

Station Presenter
Tshwane FM Lerato Maila
Tuks FM 107.2 Nicholas Lawrence
Tuks FM 107.2 Nathi Dlamini
UCT Radio Sole Moerane
UJFM Nick Explicit

Breakfast Presenter – Community

Station Presenter
Hot 91.9 Sasha Martinengo
Mix 93.8 Tony Blewitt
Radio Cape Pulpit Brad Kirsten
Radio Islam Sulaimaan Ravat
Radio Today Tom London

Breakfast Presenter – Commercial

STATION PRESENTER
Algoa FM Daron Mann
Cape Talk Kieno Kammies
East Coast Radio Darren Maule
Jacaranda FM Martin Bester and Tumi Morake
Kaya FM David O’Sullivan
Radio 2000 Just Ice Ramohlola
Thobela FM Sebasa Mogale

 

Breakfast Show

Breakfast Show – Campus

Station Title
Kovsie FM Breakfast Run
Puk FM 93.6 Big Bang Breakfast
Rhodes Music Radio Wake Up Call
Tuks FM 107.2 The Wake-Up
UJFM UJFM Breakfast

Breakfast Show – Community

Station Title
East Rand Stereo 93.9 FM Mars Music Morning Drive
Emalahleni FM The Urban Rush
Hot 91.9 Joburg’s Hottest Breakfast Show
Nqubeko Community Radio Hlalanathi Breakfast Show
Radio Pulpit Daybreak
Radio Today Tom London Breakfast

Breakfast Show – Commercial

Station Title
Algoa FM The Daron Mann Breakfast
Jacaranda FM Breakfast with Martin Bester and Tumi Morake
Kaya FM Breakfast with David
KFM 94.5 KFM Mornings with Darren, Sherlin and Sibs
Magic 828 AM Magic Breakfast
Vuma FM Good to Go Morning Drive

 

Business and Finance Show

Business and Finance Show

Station Presenter Title
702 and Cape Talk Bruce Whitfield The Money Show
Kaya FM Gugulethu Cele Kaya Bizz
Kaya FM Thuli Magubane My Money and Me with Thuli Magubane
Mix 93.8 FM Tumisang Ndlovu Money Talk with Tumisang Ndlovu
Power 98.7 Ayabanga Cawe Power Hour
Voice of Wits Mudiwa Gavaza and Onke Seremo The Business Buzz

 

Community Project

Community Project – Campus, Community Combined

Station Title
Hot 91.9 Hot Cares
Impact Radio 103 FM My World Needs You
Mix 93.8 FM One Wingz of Change
Pretoria FM Oggendkuier
Pulpit Media Group Bags of Hope

Community Project – Commercial

Station Title
947 Lydia’s Matric Dance
Algoa FM Big Walk for Cancer
Algoa FM Youth Run the Station
East Coast Radio East Coast Breakfast
Jacaranda FM Good Morning Angels

 

Content Producer

Content Producer – Campus Community Combined

Station Producer Show Title
Alex FM Juju Senyatsi The Real Deal
Alex FM Moribego Madubanya The Kingsway
Hot 91.9 William Scott Joburgs Hottest Breakfast
Hot 91.9 John Walland Hot Sport
Radio Pulpit Steven Botes Something Els
Voice of Wits DJ Keyez The Lift Club

Content Producer – Commercial

Station Producer Show Title
Cape Talk Elliott Sylvester Weekend Breakfast with Africa Melane
Gagasi FM Mfundo Mabaso Indaba
Gagasi FM Sbongiseni “Keys” Mkhize The Kings Drive
Power 98.7 Bongekile Skosana Power Perspective
Umhlobo Wenene FM Nomond Vakalisa Lelika Yehova Ihlbathi
Umhlobo Wenene FM Elvis Mali Usagoduka Na?

 

Daytime Show

Daytime Show – Campus

Station Title
MFM 92.6 Lunch on MFM
MFM 92.6 AM2PM
Puk FM 93.6 PukFM Lunch
Puk FM 93.6 International Top 40
UJFM Ego Trip

Daytime Show – Community

Station Title
Aganang FM Itsoseng
Alex FM The Real Deal
Alex FM Midday Cruise
Groot FM 90.5 #SuanEnSoAan
Groot FM 90.5 Kom ons praat daaroor
Hot 91.9 Mark Pilgrim Show
Radio Cape Pulpit Leefstyl

Daytime Show – Commercial

Station Title
Algoa FM The Algoa FM Top 30
Cape Talk The Pippa Hudson Show
SAFM Intune
SAFM SAFM Overnight
Vuma 103 FM Till Noon

 

Documentary

Documentary

Station Title
East Coast Radio #Get Real – With Vanessa Goosen
Kaya FM Marikana – 5 Years on
Power 98.7 A Different Country
RSG Monitor – Vroue Tronk
TruFM Music in the time of struggle

 

Drama Programme

Drama Programme

Station Title
Motsweding FM (Creatrix) Bua Le Mmino – Makarapa City
Munghana Lonene FM Mina hi Mina
Radio Islam Heartbreak
TruFM Uhambo Lwethu
Ukhozi FM (Creatrix) Ndiza Nathi – Absaville
Umhlobo Wenene FM Ithini Na Lento?

 

Field News Reporter

Field News Reporter

 

Station Reporter
702 and 947 Mia Lindeque
Kaya FM Tunicia Phillips
Kaya FM Nompumelelo Ngubeni
Power 98.7 Tshegohaco Moagi
Rise FM Zandile Ngubeni
Voice of Wits Amogelang Maledu

 

Internet/Online Radio Show


Internet/Online Radio Show

 

Station Presenter Show Title
Gay SA Radio Marinette Coertzen Rainbow Talk
Pulpit Media Group Vicus Kruger, Marius de Randt and Ryno Turketti I AM YOUTH
The Eye John Savage and Catherine Greffell The Eye Presents …
TransAfricaRadio.Net Shaun Lukhele Kizosada
TransAfricaRadio.Net Keabetswe Ncube Utopia

 

Multi-Channel Promotion


Multi-Channel Promotion

 

Station Title
Algoa FM Youth Day
Algoa FM Finders Keepers
Jacaranda FM Singing Billboard
Kaya FM The Jazzuary Masterclass
OFM Kom Ons Fees
Pulpit Media Group Bags of Hope

 

Music Show


Music Show – Campus

Station Title
MFM 92.6 World Wide Top 40
MFM 92.6 MFM Top 40
Puk FM RooiwynSondag
Tshwane FM The Night Pulse
Tuks FM 107.2 The SA Music Show
UCT Radio Top 30 Hitlist

Music Show – Community

Station Title
Groot FM 90.5 Gister se Grotes
Hot 91.9 Club Classics with Lloyd
Hot 91.9 The Sound of SA
Hot 91.9 The Classic Countdown
Khwezi FM Classic Music
Radio Khwezi Night Time Crew
Zibonele FM Uhadi Lwakho

Music Show – Commercial

 

Station Title
Heart FM HEART Top 40
Jacaranda FM The Chamberlains Top 20
Kaya FM The World Show
Metro FM Absolute Hip Hop
Vuma 103 FM Sunday Gospel Show
YFM #ThePlayersClub

 

News and Actuality Show


News and Actuality Show – Campus, Community Combined

Station Title
Groot FM 90.5 Kom ons praat daaroor
Kangala Community Radio 13h00 – 14h00
Radio Islam Sabahuul Muslim
Radio Islam The Daily Round Up
Radio Today Tom London Breakfast

News and Actuality Show – Commercial

Station Title
Kaya FM The Law Report
Kaya FM Today with John Perlman
Power 98.7 Power Update
Rise FM #RiseFMIn60Minutes
SAFM Media@SAfm
Smile 90.4 FM The Honest Truth on Smile 90.4 FM
TruFM Incoko

 

News Bulletin Reader


News Bulletin Reader – Campus

Station News Reader
Cut FM Elizabeth Moleboheng
MFM 92.6 Monique de Villiers
Tshwane FM Lerato Maile
Tuks FM 107.2 Marelize Wolmarans
Tuks FM 107.2 Dimpho Lekgeu
UCT Radio Naushaad Maharaj
UJFM Bolele Polisa

News Bulletin Reader – Community

Station Presenter
Hot 91.9 Kwanele Kunene
Hot 91.9 Gladys Sithole
Kumkani FM Lihle Dlova
Kumkani FM Vuyolwethu Ngcofe
Mix 93.8 FM Helen Desbois
Pretoria FM Pienaar Lochner
Radio Islam Mohammed Ameen Dabhella

News Bulletin Reader – Commercial

 

Station Presenter
702 Tara Penny
702 Aurelie Kalenga
Kaya FM Nompumelelo Ngubeni
Power 98.7 Mpho Sithole
Rise FM Zingisa Chirwa

 

Night Time Show


Night Time Show – Campus

Station Title
MFM 92.6 The Hitlist
Puk FM 93.6 RooiwynSondag
Tuks FM 107.2 The News Platform
UCT Radio Reserve Sound
Voice of Wits Love Shack
Voice of Wits Breaking Ground

Night time show – Community

Station Title
Hot 91.9 FM Late Night with Treasure
Kingfisher FM Masabelane with Tasco
Radio Alansaar Medical Files
Radio Khwezi Sakha Isizwe
Radio Pulpit Intimate Moment
ZIibonele FM Ingcambu Zevangeli

Night Time Show – Commercial

Station Title
Jacaranda FM The House Party with DJ Jazzy D
Kaya FM The Law Report
Loyus FM The Night Café Radio Show
OFM A Touch of Thabang
Power 98.7 Power Perspective

 

Podcast


Podcast

 

East Coast Radio #GetReal – With Vanessa Goosen
Gagasi FM The Kings Drive – Proposal
Power 98.7 Ahmed Kathrada
Quintessential SA Quintessential Engineering
Wits Journalism/SAFM Alibi

 

Promotions Stunt/Event


Promotions Stunt/Event – Campus, Community Combined

Station Title
Groot FM 90.5 #JouMenseMyMense
Inanda FM Inanda FM
Puk FM 93.6 Can you Woman?
Pulpit Media Group Bags of Hope
Tygerberg 104 FM #Vreesloos2017

Promotions Stunt/Event – Commercial

 

Station Title
Algoa FM Algoa FM BIig Walk For Cancer
Algoa FM Finders Keepers
East Coast Radio East Coast Breakfast Water Well
Jacaranda FM Jacaranda Bilboard
OFM The Big Breakfast with Martin van der Merwe

 

Radio Innovation


Radio Innovation

 

Algoa FM Finders Keepers
Jacaranda FM Billboard
Power 98.7 Power 98.7 #POWERWoman
Smile 90.4 FM Amplifying the Good News in the Mother City
The Eye The World’s First Portable Radio Station in a Case
Tuks FM 107.2 1072 Countdown

 

Sports Presenter


Sports Presenter

 

Ligwalagwala FM Senzo’S
OFM Darren Scott
Phalaphala FM Thina “Chittagong” Ramantswana
Power 98.7 Thabiso Mosia
Umhlobo Wenene FM Sthembiso Stherra Ngqezana

 

Sports Show


Sports Show – Campus, Community Combined

Station Title
Groot FM 90.5 #SlatDieSport
Hot 91.9 Hot Sport with John Walland
MFM 92.6 Half Time
MFM 92.6 Halftime
Puk FM 93.6 Pukfm Sport

Sports Show – Commercial

 

Station Title
Heart FM Feinberg on Football
Ligwalagwala FM Inkundzi Tsematfolweni and Lasuka Lahala
Metro FM The Ultimate Sports Show
OFM Extra Time with Darren Scott
Power 98.7 Power Sports Extra

 

Station Imaging


Station Imaging – Campus, Community Combined

Station
Groot FM 90.5
Hot 91.9
Puk FM 93.6
Radio Islam
Tuks FM 107.2

Station Imaging – Commercial

 

Station
Jacaranda FM
East Coast Radio
Capricorn FM
OFM
KFM 94.5
Power 98.7
947

 

Traffic Presenter


Traffic Presenter

 

Station Presenter
702 Aki Anastassiou
Kaya FM Mvangeli Nzuza
KFM 95.4 Zoe Brown
Metro FM Rob Byrne
Phalaphala FM Rendy S
Power 98.7 Lebohang Phokela
Power 98.7 Jadene Tager

 

Weekend Radio Show


Weekend Radio Show – Campus

Station Title
Puk FM 93.6 International Top 40
Puk FM 93.6 Rooiwyn Sondag
Puk FM 93.6 The Ultimate Turnup
Tuks FM 107.2 Retro Riffs
UCT Radio Top30 Hitlist
Voice of Wits Kwaitokooler box

Weekend Radio Show – Community

Station Title
Hot 91.9 The Tony Murrell Show
Hot 91.9 The Mark Pilgrim Show
Hot 91.9 Classic Countdown
PE FM 87.6 The Breakfast Hub
Radio Helderberg Laid Back Sunday

Weekend Radio Show – Commercial

Station Title
Metro FM Sunday Soul Therapy
Munghana Lonene Switshongo – Top 30
OFM Saturday Express with WR van der Merwe
OFM The Absolute 80’s Radio Show
OFM The Saturday Sport Show

 

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Tracey Lange leaves her Heart behind

Posted by radio On March - 15 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS

The 9-12 show on Heart FM will become a lot less boisterous and bubbly on Friday this week, as host Tracey Lange presents her last show on the station. Tracey, who joined the station three years ago, will be hanging up her headphones and heading straight to set. Over the last few years the radio personality has become more in demand in the TV world and this will be a strong focus for her brand over the next while.

Tracey is currently the co-host of the M-Net’s live reality show Dancing with The Stars SA and presents a lifestyle show on KykNET – BRAVO! which she has been doing for the past few years. She also has a few other projects in the pipeline.

 

Tracey says she will miss the listeners the most. “Being a part of the Heart FM family has been everything I’d hoped it would be and allowed me to do what I’d set out to do when I decided to pursue a career in broadcasting – giving people the platform to share their stories. Fortunately this won’t end, with the start of another new TV show that will be announced in the next few weeks. I will miss the listeners endlessly and all the fun I had with them on air daily. I will cherish my three years with the listeners forever.”

 

Heart FM’s Head of Programming Denver Apollus says Tracey’s absence will be felt. “Tracey is an industry professional and her contribution to the mid-morning space has seen the show grow in numbers. We will miss her bubbly personality and energy she brings to the show.”

Managing Director for the station Renee Redelinghuys echoes Apollus’ sentiments. “Tracey has an infectious energy to which people are naturally drawn. Her laughter and banter with the boys in the morning, especially the high pithed “Hi” which has become synonymous before her show will be missed. Even the flou-jokes which she introduced. Tracey is a true professional in every sense of the word and there is no doubt that her star will only shine brighter from here. We thank Tracey for her contribution to the station and the Heart FM family as a whole.”

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