Breakfast with Wayne, Lee and Charlie T

ALGOA FM  |  Podcast , ±7 min episodes every 3 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
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.

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JUN

iHUB to host Digital Youth Festival

The Nelson Mandela Bay iHub, an ICT NGO based at Kwantu Towers, is hosting a digital Youth Festival on the 24th and 25th of June with the aim of bringing awareness to opportunities within the ICT sector, particularly to the disadvantaged and unemployed youth.
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JUN

Newly apppointed Chamber CEO hits the ground running

Former Isuzu Motors SA corporate affairs, business strategy, and legal executive, Denise van Huyssteen, is the Bay's newly appointed Business Chamber CEO. Tackling a city in crisis will not be an easy task, Huyssteen joined breakfast to talk through some of her plans for our beleaguered metro.
18
MAY

Themba Maseko - the man who risked it all for kin and country

Maseko should be hailed as a hero in South Africa - the only man brave enough to blow the whistle on the most powerful man in the country - Jacob Zuma. His book 'For My Country' is a rare inside view of what it took to expose government corruption and survive the ensuing personal persecution.

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