Radio New Zealand became the latest broadcaster to threaten to leave Twitter, after the platform labelled the public broadcaster “government-funded”.
METRO FM has confirmed that it has parted ways with Breakfast show host DJ Mo Flava. Learn more about his last show at the station:
Unathi Nkayi and her co-host Justin Toerien announced they would not renew their contracts and continue with their’ All Star Drive’ show.
Thobela FM presenter Lenny T Legodi is back on the airwaves after listeners promised to boycott the station.
These celebrated radio veterans hung up their headphones to pursue other ventures. But where in the world are they?
The country’s biggest radio station. Ukhozi FM, has announced its much-anticipated line-up ahead of the new radio calendar.
Unathi Nkayi will co-host the drive-time show on Star FM with Justin Toerien. She says she is looking forward to a ‘fresh new format’.
Joburg’s Hot102.7 FM received in excess of R7 million in donations from the station’s loyal listeners in its annual Teddython charity drive to raise funds for Hot Cares.
After an entirely online existence, The Other Radio launched a physical studio space in Cape Town on Thursday, 16 September.
Msaki directs her attention towards local radio stations who cut her music short. She says radio compilers should always respect her music.
The Fired Squad: Musician DJ Sbu has proposed an idea to get Mzansi’s shunned radio DJs like Gareth Cliff, DJ Fresh and Robert Marawa back on the airwaves.
The young and funky Johannesburg-based STARFM has stepped onto the city’s radio scene today.
Actress, producer, TV and media personality Sophie Ndaba’s lifestyle show premiered on one of Africa’s oldest radio stations, Radio Bop, on Saturday 12 June.
Popular Johannesburg radio station Hot 91.9 FM has announced its hot new line-up as it bids farewell to Sam Cowen and welcomes Ursula Chikane.
Thando Thabethe will be hosting the popular afternoon drive show following the controversial departure of DJ Fresh and Euphonik.