These celebrated radio veterans hung up their headphones to pursue other ventures. But where in the world are they?
Samantha Lehoko, better known as Sammy Sosa, is back on the airwaves and will be joining Mix 93.8 FM in August.
The aim of the Redhill Arts Festival is to provide something for every family member to enjoy, including a farmer’s market & coffee shop.
DJ Speedsta penned an emotional message about his departure from Metro FM after five years at the SABC radio station
Radio listenership in South Africa is higher than the global average with more platforms available for people to connect with stations.
Heart FM listeners, Clarence Ford has left the building. And, rather unfortunately, he’s done so under an enormous cloud of darkness.
In a statement released by Kaya 959 on Wednesday 17 November, the radio station has revealed that they have parted ways with Unathi Nkayi following ‘certain incidents’ that resulted in a ‘breakdown of trust’.
702’s Azania Mosaka has resigned from the leading talk station. She is dropping the microphone to pursue a gardening NGO project in Soweto.
After an entirely online existence, The Other Radio launched a physical studio space in Cape Town on Thursday, 16 September.
Nampree, Ntsiki Mazwai, Penny Lebyane and more women speak out about the NPA’s decision to drop the crimen injuria case.
ICASA has resolved that the temporary radio frequency spectrum assigned to licensees will now have to be returned to the regulator.
The former Power FM’s breakfast host Bob Mabena passed away a year ago on Monday 10 August 2020 from a cardiac arrest.
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 TV personality Inno Matjiane says he’s quitting the reality show to focus on his acting, music, radio and beauty line.
After his parents lost their jobs, 11-year-old Marnus has been supporting his family by busking on the streets with his penny whistle.
Ukhozi FM has assured listeners nothing will stop the announcement of the winners of its popular Ingoma Ehlukanisa Unyaka campaign.
Award-winning broadcaster Iman Rappetti will replace the late Bob Mabena on the Power Breakfast show from Monday 24 August.
Mabena passed away at age 51 on Monday, 10 August 2020, after suffering from cardiac arrest
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more glowing obituary than this: Tributes have poured in for radio DJ Bob Mabena, who passed away on Monday.
Limpopo jazzman says the power of radio can never be underestimated when it comes to uniting people and making new friendships.
On 13 February 2020, World Radio Day will celebrate how radio broadcasting has promoted freedom of speech, cultural diversity and expression.
The veteran radio presenter died of natural causes on Thursday afternoon.
To radio fans, YFM presenter Candice Coulsen is the ultimate extrovert, outspoken, bubbly with a sparkling personality who makes up one half of the breakfast team. Their show can regularly be found in the top five trending hashtags on Twitter.