5FM is a South African FM radio station that follows a Top 40 music format and is owned by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), South Africa's public broadcaster. Formerly known as "Radio 5", the station developed from a commercial station, LM Radio, which had been operating from Lourenço Marques (now Maputo) in neighbouring Mozambique. Radio 5 first went on the air on October 13, 1975 after Mozambique gained its independence. The station began broadcasting in the medium wave band from transmitters at Welgedacht, Maraisburg, Pietersburg, Durban, Bloemfontein, Brackenfell, Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown. The name indicated it was the SABC's fifth national radio channel at that time, after Radio Suid-Afrika, Radio South Africa, Springbok Radio and Radio Bantu. Re-branded "5FM" in 1992, it has as its current logo a red "5" and superscripted "FM" within a circle and the words "The Power of" inscribed along the upper periphery of the circle. Music is the heart of 5FM's format, supported by news, sports and traffic catering to a wide range of tastes for a youthful market.
Radiokansel is amptelik terug op die Wes-Kaapse luggolwe op 729AM saai uit onder die naam Kaapse Kansel! Hierdie keer om te bly! Alle dank en eer gaan aan ons Hemelse Vader vir hierdie fenomenale wonderwerk!" So sê 'n oorstelpte Dr Roelf Petersen, Besturende Direkteur van Radiokansel. Op 18 Julie 2012, terwyl die ganse wêreld Mandela-dag gevier het, ontvang Radiokansel een van hulle grootste geskenke in ses jaar. Een waarvoor duisende gebede van hoop en uitkoms opgegaan het. Radiokansel is sedert 2006 gewikkel in 'n stryd om 'n uitsaailisensie van OKOSA te verkry vir die 729AM-sender in die Wes-Kaap. Dit het 'n hooggeregshofsaak tot gevolg gehad, waartydens daar in die regsproses groot deurbrake gemaak is in terme van die herkategorisering van mediumgolffrekwensies, tot voordeel van alle gemeenskapstasies in Suid-Afrika. "Dit is nie net 'n deurbraak nie - dis 'n wonderwerk! Radiokansel is verheug dat ons ook in hierdie verband 'n bydrae kon lewer tot die groter uitsaaigemeenskap", vertel Dr Petersen.
90.6 FM Stereo is a community-based radio station based in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. It broadcasts on 90.6 FM in the Vaal Triangle. Based in the Vaal Triangle (South Africa),broadcasting from Vanderbijlpark,in English.Afrikaans.Sesotho. Music is Adult cont,with specialised programs featuring other styles of music.
CCFM (Cape Community FM) is a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week community radio station serving the people of Cape Town, South Africa. As a non-profit radio station, CCFM broadcasts a mix of contemporary Christian music, combined with talk, views and interviews, and up-to-the-minute news, weather, and traffic information. Its slogan is “Changing lives for good.” CCFM started as Radio Fish Hoek in 1993. The station was founded by the Fish Hoek Baptist Church. It currently broadcasts in Cape Town, False Bay, Stellenbosch, Goodwood, Fish Hoek, Simon’s Town, and Atlantis on 96.7 & 107.5 FM. English is its primary language, but airs some Xhosa & Afrikaans as well. CCFM styles itself as a family radio station, boasting about 152,000 listeners as of October 2014. About 10% are younger than 25, a quarter of listeners are 25-34, a third 35-49, and 30% are 50 or older. The sex of the audience breaks 48% male, 52% female. CCFM produces a television show advertising CCFM's best content, from gospel music to celebrity interviews on DStv Channel 263. It also shows CCFM Sing For The King, a local gospel singing competition.
East Coast Radio, also known as ECR, is a KwaZulu-Natal commercial radio station with an audience of approximately 1.5 million. It is one of the largest regional radio stations in South Africa. The station can also be heard online via its website and on channel 26 via Digital Worldspace Radio. It broadcasts from Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal East Coast Radio started as Radio Port Natal, broadcasting from the SABC studios in Old Fort Road, Durban on 1 May 1967. When the station upgraded its technology to include stereo broadcasts, it was rebranded to RPN Stereo. It was sold to the Kagiso Media Group on 1 July 1994. ECR is also a leading host in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, planning and putting on great events, such as The Toy Story charity drive, The Big Walk, and even Durban Day. ECR dominates in the affluent LSM 6-10 urban group in KwaZulu-Natal with an operating profit margin of 50.8% in 2006. East Coast Radio is a sister station to Jacaranda FM based in Pretoria.
iKwekwezi FM (previously Radio Ndebele) is a South African national radio station based in Pretoria in the Gauteng. The program format was to educate, inform and entertain with the aim to promoting isiNdebele language to a written language. The staff all studied isiZulu at school because isiNdebele was then not offered at schools. The radio station participated in language development through its program format and participated in the then isiNdebele Language Board by designating a representative to attend all language sittings. isiNdebele language was first introduced in schools at Sub Standard A (Grade 1) in 1985. The first authors were Language Board members, inclusive of station representatives; viz. Batjeleni Skosana and Peter Mahlangu. The station logo was then "Sikhuluma Isikhethu" meaning: "We Speak Our Language".
Inanda 88.4 is a community South African radio station situated in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal, which broadcasts in English and Zulu to most of the KwaZulu Natal, province (South Africa). As of November 2010, The station boasts an audience of more than 102,000, a significant number for a KZN radio station. Its targets are as follows: Primary Target Market: Although a family broadcaster, the primary market is “The Productive Adult@ 18-50 year old Durbanite. Aspirant, Politically conscious and development oriented (18-35 Aspirant, Young Black and Driven) Secondary Market: 4-17 Old Youth.
Jacaranda FM, previously known as Jacaranda 94.2, is a South African radio station, broadcasting in English , with a footprint that covers Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and the North West Province and boasts a listening audience of 2 million people a week and a digital community of more than 1,1 million people a month. The station's format is mainstream with programming constructed around a playlist of hit music from the 1980s, 1990s and now. According to the latest official numbers from the South African Advertising Research Foundation released in 2014, Jacaranda FM used to be the no. 1 station among Afrikaans home language consumers in Gauteng province, and one of the top 10 stations in the country. Jacaranda FM operates a regional transmitter split service from a studio in Mbombela. It can be heard in most of the Capricorn, Bushveld and Lowveld regions of the Limpopo Province as well as in the Mpumalanga Lowveld, notably Mbombela and the Kruger National Park. Split broadcasts occur each weekday from 12:00-16:00 and on Saturdays from 10:00-14:00. Morning and afternoon drive time newscasts are also fed to the regional audience.
REACHING OUT & TOUCHING LIVES 24 hours a day - that's what we like to do sharing the message of Jesus and playing the best in Christian contemporary Music Midcities 107.4FM is a dynamic lifestyle station that appeals to a motivated South African Audience living in the following areas of Gauteng: Sandton, Bryanston, Rivonia, Fourways, Midrand, Woodmead, Kyalami, Paulshof, Sunninghill, Lonehill Douglasdale, Olivedale, North Riding, Carlswald, Waterfall, Crowthorn, Belair, Cresta, Randburg, Greenside
Munghana Lonene FM is an SABC (South African Broadcasting Cooperation) radio station broadcasting in Tsonga language in South Africa. In Tsonga, "Munghana Lonene" means "a true friend." Munghana Lonene FM is geared to listeners who understand Xitsonga. Munghana Lonene FM is branded as an "infotainment" radio station with a 50% split of music and talk. It offers an environment interactive with its listeners, providing a mixture of news, music, current affairs, talk shows, education, sport, weather and traffic. The music repertoire consists of Jazz, R&B, Kwaito, House, Gospel music and African music. Munghana Lonene FM's broadcast areas includes Gauteng, Limpopo, eastern Mpumalanga and Mozambique
If you are looking for a station with fresh and on the pulse content, then PEFM87.6 is the radio station for you. PEFM87.6 believes that the person who knows best about your product is you, and our approach to advertising ensures that we are as passionate about your product as you are. We aspire to Honour God, to know him and to make him known in the City. We are more than just a radio we are a family.
Radio 786 is a community talk radio station broadcasting on 100.4FM to the Greater Cape Town Metropole Area in the Western Cape and globally via online streaming . It was launched in September 1995 at the Vygieskraal Stadium in Rylands Estate, South Africa with over 30 000 listeners and supporters in attendance. The station's motto is inform, educate, uplift. This is reflected in its broad range of programming which discusses news and current affairs, social issues and lighter subjects of public interest. The station's morning drivetime show is particularly acclaimed for its discussion of topical matters with high-profile members of parliament, politicians and newsmakers. Radio 786 is a Standing Committee of the Islamic Unity Convention, with independent editorial and financial policies. On 1 December 2016 it launched its new digital Broadcasting Centre which incorporates three distinct areas of broadcasting to suit the station's programming portfolio. The studio is also designed for television and video. Radio 786 competes on a regional, national and international level.
A group of prominent businessmen set out to establish The Al Ansaar Foundation in 1994 in the hope of uplifting and improving the community. While there were already other organisations in existence, these visionaries understood that it was their duty to address issues which they felt had been neglected. Therefore, The Al Ansaar Foundation was established to form an infrastructure to restore values and practices among South Africans and ultimately to reach communities. As a result, society will be more enlightened, educated and informed, thus empowering people to become active members of their respective communities.
Radio Helderberg Is a community radio station situated in the Helderberg basin area of the Western Cape, South Africa. They broadcast on FM at a frequency of 93.6. The Radio station is the only one located in Somerset West. Radio Helderberg 93.6 FM is 'n gemeenskap radiostasie en dek 'n groot deel van die Weskaap insluitend die Suidelike voorstede, Somerset Wes, Strand, Gordon's Baai, Sir Lowry's Pass, Nomzamo Lwandle en Macassar met gedeeltes van die Noordelike voorstede. Die Overberg met Grabouw, Villiersdorp, Caledon, Hermanus, Gansbaai, Struisbaai en Bredasdorp is ook ingesluit.
Radio Overberg ~ Op jou Frekwensie ♪ ♪ ♪ Radio Overberg is DIE radiostasie vir die Overberg en saai tans uit in Bredasdorp, Elim, Napier, Struisbaai, Waenhuiskrans, Riviersonderend en bereik ook dele van Caledon en Swellendam. Radio overberg behou die reg voor om enige "post" te verwyder van ons blad af.
Radio Sonder Grense (RSG), i.e. Radio Without Borders, is an Afrikaans-language radio service run by the South African Broadcasting Corporation for the whole of South Africa. Since Afrikaans is one of South Africa's 11 official languages, the SABC is required to carry an Afrikaans-language service on both radio and television. RSG is the radio part of this Afrikaans-language service. RSG broadcasts mostly on FM utilizing transmitters owned and operated by Sentech, the former signal distribution division of the SABC. RSG was launched as the SABC's "B" service in 1937 - one year after the inception of the Corporation and its "A" service (English) in 1936. It was known as the "Afrikaanse Diens van die SAUK" (Afrikaans Service of the SABC) for many years until the Corporation restructured its entire radio portfolio in 1986 and it became known as "Radio Suid-Afrika". In the early 1990s it changed its name to "Afrikaans Stereo" and then took on its slogan "Radio Sonder Grense" as name after the 1996 SABC Radio restructure during which each one of the language services dropped the name of the actual language out of the station names. Radio Sonder Grense broadcasts at 3320, 7285 and 9650 kHz in the shortwave bands (via Sentech).