Cape Town, South Africa
The first muslim community radio station in South Africa to be granted a licence in 1995. We broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our vision is to the leading broadcasting authority in the Western Cape.
2 Queenspark Avenue, Salt River, 7924
+27 21 442 3500
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A widower with a quirky sense of humour, Azad proved himself to be a performer with more than a dash of adventure, as his love for his motorcycle shows.
Puts the focus mainly on VOC’s online listeners, half of whom are ex-pats, tackling a variety of issues they experience, which is as enlightening for local listeners.
Known for being very professional and fastidious about preparation for her show, she blew new life in to the kiddies program with her creative reading and impersonations.
Focuses on tracing the roots of the Cape Malay community’s connection with people in the Malaysian world. It looks at the culture and history ranging from the origins of the Cape Malay, language and traditional customs ranging from courting and...
It is an educational program which covers nature surrounding Cape Town, South African Marine life and creates conservation awareness. More than that, it allows Izwandy to share his first love, nature, with listeners.
She is the calm voice that takes 40 – 60 calls.
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The show include previews and reviews on mainstream matches in all sports codes, but it will in the main focus on club and school events few other media cover.
This includes co-ordinating Ramadan youth discussions like Tafakkur.
Her current affairs show in the morning focuses on the Muslim community's concerns. It also opens the airwaves to ordinary citizens who reveal their opinions.
Daily news bulletins which keep the community abreast of the current affairs that colour their world.
The show has now evolved into the entertainment show.