Kfm 94.5 is where the people of the Western Cape are at home with The Most Music to make you Feel Great.
Episodes in this series
Bring Back The Good Ol Days: Fresca, Creoles, Holey Moleys...09 January 2020 | 5 Minute Listen
The more things and times change, the more they stay the same. It might be 2020 and in a time where WOKE's the word but there are some old school comforts and memories we'd love to see in 2020, bar Loadshedding of course. Mitch and Zoe found out what you would want to bring back from the good ol days? The responses will hit your right in the childhood!
Januworry? For Who? This is how I make it through!08 January 2020 | 6 Minute Listen
Despite having on 31 days, January is well documented for feeling like it a full 3 months in length. After KeDezembaBoss and New Years, many wallets, fridges and petrol tanks are on an enforced "diet". Mitch and Zoe find out on how you get through Januworry.
A 'Random Act of Kindness' for African Tails27 November 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
As part of Dis-Chem Foundation's 'Random Act of Kindness' initiative, Tracey Lange visited African Tails along with Dis-Chem Foundation representative Sherry Saltzman. Founded in 2006, African Tails looks to curb the over-population and suffering of abused and neglected township dogs and cats. Funding these sterilisation campaigns is costly, with one dog - when factoring in transport, medical needs, kennels, collars, parasite control, disease management and the surgery - adds up to roughly R750 per dog. African Tails have sterilised about 2,500 dogs in 2019. To ease the financial burden, Sherry Saltzman, a Dis-Chem Foundation Representative pledged to assist African Tails with paying their vet bills for the year to the value of R120,000.
Charina Joubert on giving women the tools to #fightback26 November 2019 | 11 Minute Listen
Charina Joubert is a Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa Finalist 2019 and the proud recipient of the 1st Annual Cape Town Wow Women of Wonder Awards 2019. Charina started #FightBack as a response to a family tragedy where a loved one was sexually abused and raped by a family member. The initiative empowers women and children by providing self-defence classes to physically have the tools to protect themselves. Charina joined Tracey Lange for a discussion about gender-based violence and opened up about her family tragedy. Charina joined Tracey Lange for a discussion about gender-based violence, her #FightBack initiative and opened up about her family tragedy. Charina Joubert, Tracey Lange together with Dean Johnson are partnering on a self-defence class called #Fightback. This self-defence class will be taking place on the 30 November at the Castle of Good Hope from 10h00 to 12h00 and is free of charge.
Danny K and Kabelo speak diversity and inclusion30 October 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
Local musicians Danny K and Kabelo Mabalane have partnered up as speakers at Catalyst Africa - a conference offering people the opportunity to accelerate their knowledge about technology, creativity and mindset. Their keynote touches on human interactions we have or don't have. The presentation stems from their Diversity 101 project - a conversation that compels South Africans to engage in courageous dialogue, addressing diversity, inclusion, empathy, bias and so much more. "We could have been raised on different planets, in terms of the reality I experienced as a black boy growing up in the township and as a Jewish boy growing up in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg," says Kabelo. "It's about getting corporate South Africa, communities, schools, universities to start having an open and honest dialogue about what's keeping us apart as people and some of the problems that we need to take a serious look at," shares Danny K. Catalyst Africa, taking place from 30 - 31 October 2019 in Cape Town.
Organisation, Missing Children South Africa, needs your help!16 October 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
A child goes missing every 5 hours. Missing Children South Africa is the lifeline to many parents who've had to report their child or children missing. Ryan O Connor spoke to Bianca van Aswegen, about the organisation's plight to no only keep their doors open with much-needed funding but help families reunite with their children.