2 EPISODES | EAST COAST RADIO | Podcast, ±1 min episode every 1 hour
Catch the latest traffic report with ECR's Traffic Team: weekdays from 05:30 to 18:00. Sindi Myeza handles the morning drive slot, with updates every 15 minutes. Then from 09:30 until 15:30, Jayshree Parasuaramen has updates hourly. From 16:00 until 18:00 there are updates every 15 minutes.
21 EPISODES | LOTUS FM | Podcast, ±14 min episode every day
The Marigold Circle residents are still running their Community Crime Watch when they get a chance to go on a dream cruise. They are very excited to take a break from crime and stress and offload all their worries. But, will crime follow them onto the ship? The results are riveting and hilarious.
12 EPISODES | SABC EDUCATION | Podcast, ±1 min episode every 1 hours
The campaign will be an extension of the SABC Education Pay-Off Line: “Enriching minds. Enriching lives”. Head of Education, Danie Swart, said “The Key to Success campaign aims to solidify SABC Education’s identity as the leader in providing educational TV (SABC 1, 2 and 3), radio, web and new media content, that not only informs but entertains as well”. SABC Education’s content, gathered from a wide range of educational subjects, contributes to a rich cultural shared South African identity. The campaign will enhance the current SABC Education offering to its target audience and deliver on its promise of great compelling educational programmes for diverse audiences in South Africa and the rest of Africa. SABC Education’s programming and services reach most South Africans and is recognised nationally and internationally for setting standards in educational broadcasting. (Can we name some awards that we may have won in this regard? Skeem Saam, 100% Youth and Each one Teach One have won awards. ) Some programmes are controversial, some not, but all programmes are of excellent quality and meet the diverse needs of audiences ranging from small children to adults. ‘The Key to Success’ is brought to you by SABC Education, in partnership with the Departments of Basic Education and Higher Education and Training.
53 EPISODES | LOTUS FM | Podcast, ±5 min episode every 3 days
The Afternoon Take Over is a fun and refreshing drive show, featuring the perfect combinations of talk, music, entertainment, sport bulletins and traffic updates to make your journey home more enjoyable.
The Expensive Breakfast — Glen Lewis and Nina Hastie
15 EPISODES | TOUCH HD | Podcast, ±27 min episode every 1 week, 4 days
18 min 28 Nov The Expensive Breakfast - Nkateko Maluleke - (Entertainment Lawyer) - Fifi Cooper Saga
The formidable duo of Glen Lewis and Nina Hastie serve you a continental feast on South Africa’s hottest breakfast show. Glen, with decades of experience and a golden ear for music, teams up with the ever so witty, Golden Horn Award nominee Nina in this explosion of culture, insight and musical experience that represents the iconic sound of the future.
97 EPISODES | JACARANDA FM | Podcast, ±2 min episode every 2 days
What happens when you put an outspoken, opinionated, radical and slightly crazy individual in studio and give them freedom of speech? The Kriya Gangiah Show...
The Lunch Break — Shirdika Pillai
1 EPISODES | LOTUS FM | Podcast
Lunch time show keeping you entertained
The Workzone with Mack Rapapali — Mack Rapapali
6 EPISODES | JACARANDA FM | Podcast, ±1 min episode every 1 week, 4 days
Mack studied at Welkom Gymnasium and has been an artist, MC, voice over artist, radio presenter and was a key player in the Cape Town entertainment and clubbing scene, having DJ'ed and MC'ed at many major events and parties. "I'm a fan of Rugby... A proud Blue Bulls supporter. I love exploring new things, depending what sparks my interests, I'm down for a blast! I'm down to earth and open minded - I love to hear other peoples opinions. I love swimming and also a fan of deep sea diving.
16 EPISODES | RADIO KC | Podcast, ±11 min episode every 8 weeks, 5 days
The best of Radio KC Interviews - Onse Mense a story told by our local community about where they grew up and everything it took for them to be where they are today.
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