Tune in with Wayne, Lee and Charlie T weekdays for the Algoa FM Breakfast Show. Expect thought provoking interviews, heartfelt stories that impact Algoa Country positively and laughter that will set your day off right.
English South AfricaDaily News · Music InterviewsAuthored by Wayne Hart, Lee Duru, Charlie T
We've pulled out the big guns to give you some motivation to get signed up for the Algoa FM Big Walk for Cancer presented by Isuzu Motors South Africa! Tom flew down from Johannesburg to join the team LIVE in studio.
Rory Steyn has led a colorful life but now spends his days raising money for good through the epic African Icons Invitational NPC. The event is about to take to the streets of Algoa Country. Find out how you can support this worthy cause.
Isuzu's Corporate and Public Affairs Department Executive, Lebogang Makoloi, joined the team following the launch last week of the 25th edition of the Big Walk For Cancer. Entries are open Algoa Country!
Marketing and Communications Manager ,Luvuyo Bangazi, joined the Breakfast Team to mark the MBDA's 20th anniversary. Their programme of events across the city will showcase the impressive impact their organization has had in regenerating urban spaces across the metro – an investment of over R1 billion over two decades.
NMB Executive Mayor Gary van Niekerk addresses your service delivery queries and extends an invitation to all residents to join in the 'One People One Vision' initiative, a righteous uprising of prayer and fasting for healing across our metro.
Gift of the Givers founder and CEO Dr Imtiaz Sooliman is in Nelson Mandela Bay for the handover of 1000 wheelchairs to residents of Nelson Mandela Bay. He made time to join the team in studio for an update that included a report on their final attempt to have South…
Reaching 100 years as a learning institution is no mean feat - Outeniqua High Principal Vorster, and the coordinator of the school's new multi-purpose centre, fill us in on the many festivities planned in celebration.
The Executive Mayor of NMB, Gary van Niekerk, reflects on 33 days in the hot seat.
1 – 20
Agree to storing cookies on your device.