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Cycling for Charity campaign concludes

After eight long and grueling weeks of cycling between Claremont and Jubilee Square in Simons Town, Auric Auto sales executive, Shiraaz Mia, finally brought the curtain down on the inaugural Cycling for Charity campaign. Concluding a week earlier than initially forecasted, Mia and his team also managed to trump the[…]

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VOC launches 2015 stationery drive

Coming off a successful inaugural campaign last year, VOC has again launched its annual Stationery Drive initiative. The social outreach programme aims to assist parents who can barely afford to match the overwhelming price tags that accompany basic schooling necessities. Every year, the station appeals to the community to donate[…]

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SA huffath anxious ahead of results

The last day of the Abdul Aziz International Quran Memorisation Competition has arrived. With the last few contestants reciting in front of millions of spectators from around the globe, three South African students await the final announcement on this year’s winners. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is currently abuzz as[…]

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VOC 3rd biggest community radio station: SAARF

VOC has retained the third highest listenership amongst community radio stations in the Western Cape, according to the South African Audience Research Foundation (SAARF) latest Radio Audience Measurement Survey (RAMS) statistics for 2014. The station lagged behind Radio Tygerberg and Radio Zibonele in terms of listeners. The SAARF conducts regular[…]

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VOC Family Day postponed

In what was meant to be an exciting few days in the build up to the first VOC Family Day, the radio station has announced that the event has been postponed. VOC has been advised that unfavourable weather conditions may be a strong possibility this Saturday. With that in mind,[…]

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VOC Bursary project launched

After much public interest, VOC has officially opened the applications process for the 2014 Bursary Fund. Every year the station hands out up to R10 000 each to needy students, with the goal of helping them meet the often hefty tuition fees for tertiary institutions. 2014/2015 marks the 9th consecutive[…]

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‘White Tiger’ summits Lions Head 6 times

Armed with energy, enthusiasm, determination and a bit of athleticism – Muay Thai champion Irshaad Sayed managed to ascend Lions Head six times on Saturday in his charity race for Africa Muslim Agency’s (AMA) water well drive. At first it seemed like a daunting challenge for the martial arts champion,[…]

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VOC Family Day at Ratanga Junction

The Voice of the Cape will be hosting a Family Day at Ratanga Junction on Saturday the 15th November. Enjoy the thrills of more than 30 attractions including 23 rides. Relax in our tea garden with Live entertainment, a kiddies fancy dress party with loads of prizes, The Cook off[…]

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Muay Thai champ to summit Lions Head

In a bid to raise funds for the construction of boreholes and water wells in Africa, renowned former Muay Thai champion and current Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter, Irshaad ‘White Tiger’ Sayed, will attempt to scale Lions Head as many times as possible during a designated time period. Dubbed the[…]

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VOC hosts successful ‘sale-a-thon’

With less than two weeks to go before VOC’s much anticipated Family Day at the Ratanga Junction theme park, the station held an exciting live’ sale-a-thon’ on Monday evening to promote the once off event. The sale-a-thon saw two of VOC’s big heavyweights, Sports Hub presenter Irafaan Abrahams, and Morning[…]

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