Kaya FM

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KAYA FM reflects the lives of the predominantly black, urban listener between the ages of 25 – 49 living in Gauteng. The station broadcasts both music and talk. KAYA FM 95.9 broadcasts in English on the FM frequency signal 95 (Dot) 9, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The current listenership stands at 515 000 per average day and 897 000 per average 7 days. The music format offers a diverse and soulful mix of adult contemporary music to smoother sounds like R&B, World Music and Soul and Jazz. KAYA FM 95.9 is a rich mix of music, news, sport and topic-driven features. The core Kaya listener is Afropolitan: a mature, sophisticated, socially conscious individual rooted in heritage. The Afropolitan is a progressive thought-leader who is self-determining, discerning, well-informed and a player in the global environment.

Uncaptured

164 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±17 min episode every day
Uncaptured is a fresh and cheeky show with an unorthodox and unapologetic point of view on politics, life, love and everything in between. Uncaptured aims at getting listeners involved in thought-provoking opinion pieces and discussions on pertinent issues.

The Best T in the City

145 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±27 min episode every 2 days
An audio magazine with the aim of being a one-stop interactive, informative, inspiring educational and empowering show. Topics on the ‘The best T’ not only aim to inform and impress the listener but also to raise some form of awareness positive or negative.

Breakfast with David

860 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±9 min episode every 21 hours
Any morning that doesn’t include Breakfast with David means starting the day without the latest news analysis on the biggest political stories. Breakfast with David offers bite-sized commentary by well-informed analysts who provide insights for the discerning Afropolitan listener. The show is also interested in positive stories in our country; from education to community development.

Today with John Perlman

136 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±45 min episode every 2 days
The aim of the show is to provide the ultimate debate platform, raising current issues affecting the Gauteng province, but of national relevance. Topics are based on current affairs and politics with an aim to inform as well as to make a difference by rousing curiosity through debate and ultimately resulting in some form of action from the listener and guest. Today with John Perlman features current issues. It is thought-provoking, paradigm shifting but definitely not your ordinary talk show.

The B Side

66 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±16 min episode every 4 days
Coveted by audiophiles for its rareness, the B-Side of a single often became popular as well because sometimes a DJ preferred to play the B-side as opposed to its A-side. The B-Side with Bridget Masinga is about the unexpected in everything, from lifestyle, to the arts, to the personal. The show will explore unchartered territory when it comes to the Afropolitan’s relationship with themselves and those around them, while touching on book clubs, cooking, films and more.

Kaya Bizz

219 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±11 min episode every 2 days
At the helm of Gauteng’s biggest business radio show, Kaya Bizz, is Gugulethu who will be leading the conversation on what is next for the Afropolitan business landscape. The show presents local and international business news, entrepreneurship, corporate and investment banking. Since its inception in May 2006 Kaya Bizz has grown from a half-an-hour daily finance update to an hour show bringing compelling business news and market reviews to listeners.

Umoya: On African Spirituality

16 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±35 min episode every 6 days
With new episodes out every second Thursday, Umoya is a podcast that seeks to share the various modes and influences of spiritual practice in our lives and work. We want to understand how modern Africans are thinking about their sense of being and belong. Who are we? What makes us human? And to explore these questions within the realms of indigenous knowledge systems. Yintoni ubuNtu ngezintsuku? What is the role of love and spiritual identity in the aftermath of apartheid? While the conversations would encompass universal principles of spiritual practice, we are particularly interested in excavating the numinous values and practices of African Spirituality.

In Therapy

7 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±25 min episode every 4 weeks
Over the last few years, public reflections about mental health have become more prominent within the Black community. As a result, more and more people feel comfortable disclosing to their loved ones and even strangers on social media that they are in therapy. In this new podcast series hosted by Kaya FM’s executive producer, Ncebakazi Manzi, we get to understand what motivates people to seek help in the form of therapy, how they even find the right therapist for themselves and what benefits they reap from the process. IN THERAPY is a special 10 part series contributing to the conversations already happening about the pursuit of mental health.

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