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MAD campaign concludes

There was much hype at Ottery Hypermarket on Friday as VOC bid farewell to its annual Make A Difference (MAD) campaign. It was the grand finale to four weeks of heartfelt letters and emotional surprises on air, for the string of beneficiaries who formed part of the project this year.[…]

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Eid moon-sighting on Sunday

With Muslims in the final phase of Ramadan, VOC now prepares for the annual moon sighting on Sunday 27th July at Three Anchor Bay. VOC is the official broadcaster, after having received a special events license to broadcast from the iconic viewing point in Sea Point. Hundreds of Capetonians will[…]

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MAD enters final round

For its fourth giveaway this month, the Make A Difference (MAD) team headed to Pick ‘n Pay in Vangate Mall on Wednesday. People from the surrounding community flocked to the store as the VOC team hosted the live outside broadcast. VOC and Pick n Pay assisted another 50 less fortunate[…]

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AWS feeds over 2000

With the 15th edition of the Ahlan Wa Sahlan (AWS) outreach project having concluded this past week in Kalksteenfontein, the organisers behind the popular initiative have praised the community for the positive response shown at all four events throughout the past month. The primary objective of the initiative was to[…]

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VOC launches Gaza water project

The Voice of the Cape in conjunction with the Al Quds Foundation and the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) has launched the 2014 Gaza Water Project. The project was started three years ago with the intention of restoring and building wells in the area of Gaza. Previously, VOC and its listeners[…]

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Support final AWS on Sunday

After a phenomenal turnout over the past three Sundays, VOC rounds up its annual Ramadan Ahlan Wa Sahlan (AWS) outreach programme at Masjid Al Markaz in Kalksteenfontein on Sunday 20th July. AWS programme had its largest attendance of 700 people at last week’s outreach at Masjid ul Nasriellah in Belhar.[…]

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MAD support grows

The Make A Difference (MAD) Campaign with VOC and Pick ‘n Pay continued to brighten up the lives of the less fortunate as they ventured on through into the third week of the MAD campaign. On Wednesday, the MAD campaign set off to Liberty Promenade in Mitchell’s Plain, where more[…]

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Belhar AWS strongest yet

Organisers have hailed an almost 700 strong attendance at the penultimate edition of the 15th Ahlan Wa Sahlan (AWS) programme at Masjid ul Nasriellah in Belhar on Sunday. The event marked the biggest attendance for the programme this year, following decent turnouts in Macassar and Mitchells Plain. According to AWS[…]

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Farewell, Thabiet

The VOC family is mourning the lost one of its brightest personalities, colleague and friend Thabiet Slamang. Thabiet passed away during the early hours of Friday morning after a sudden illness. Thabiet joined VOC in September 2002, after a stint in night radio with the station’s Community Forum (CF). Thabiet[…]

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AWS heads to Belhar

Following a largely successful second week in Woodlands, organisers of the popular VOC Ahlan Wa Sahlan (AWS) programme have called for even greater support from the community, when the programme descends upon the Masjid ul Nasriellah in Belhar. The programme will see community members from the area join the VOC[…]

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