OUR PRESENTERS

Aneeqa du Plessis

How did you get your start in radio? I needed to complete a work integrated learning course for college and a lecturer sent through my details to bush radio and the? rest? is? history? What is your profession? When I’m feeling pretentious, I say journalist and when I feel humble,

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Ayesha Laatoe

What was your best on air moment? Coming in to studio one night to confront the person who “stalked” me. I handled it great! Where did you go to school/ study? I was at Talfalah Primary, Silverstream High and Rylands High Schools and then I studied Nursing Grassroots Education and

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Fasiegh Petersen

What brought you to the Voice Of the Cape? The program Tafakkur. What do you love most about radio? The intimacy that exists between the host and the listener. In five words, how would you sum up your show? Variety, spiritual, open, interactive and laid back. What drives you? A

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Goolam Fakier

How did you get your start in radio? In April 1997, my granny told me that the other radio station was looking for people. They didn’t. In fact, they were advertising job offers. As I left, the station manager called me and asked if I would be interested in joining

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Gouwa Solomon

How would you describe up your shows? Child care and Development is a family show, educating and informing all types of family units. Its mostly targeted to families with young children starting from the day the fetus is formed till they go to school. What inspires you to stay on

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Jasmina Petersen

How did you get your start in radio? Presenter search training workshop back in 2011 What is your profession? Content producer What is your past time? Online window shopping Most memorable moment while on air? Sang an Indian song in acapella on the Nazrana show. Which words or phrases do

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Muhamad Zain Majiet

How do you sum up your role at VOC? I wear two hats, one as a presenter and as a sales executive. So from the presenting side: I do various shows from the religious to light hearted shows. But I enjoy both, including doing outside broadcasts. What brought you to

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Muhammed Sheik

What brought you to the Voice Of the Cape? A random VOC call / presenter search. Being a public speaker for sometime and (an excessive speaker for most time) , I thought I’d give it a shot! What do you love most about radio? Creating a gallery of visuals for

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Rajie Devajee

How would you sum up your show? Showtime is entertaining and relaxing, offering exposure to new local talent while paying tribute to community icons and leaders. What else do you at VOC? I am also a member of the VOC Community Forum and assist with religious outside broadcasts. After so

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Riedwaan Ahmed

How do you sum up your role at VOC? I present the program called Education Indaba and partly produce my own programme. I occasionally stand in for other presenters as the need arise and I am a proud volunteer at VOC. What brought you to the VOC? I was introduced

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Shafick Sedick

What brought you to the VOC? I thought that it would be an interesting field to pursue considering the fact that I was a spokesperson for many different organisations. How would you sum up your show? The outside broadcasts that I have done have brought me in contact with many

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Shafiq Morton

What brought you to the Voice of the Cape? I was asked by the first station manager, Anwar Ismail, to come on board as news editor, which I did in August 1995. By September we had a team up and running for station launch . Been around since, in various

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Shahieda Carlie Abrahams

What brought you to the Voice Of the Cape? I was approached by the MJC to be a part of “forming” the radio station before its inception. This was because of my background in radio broadcasting with the SABC. It was an honour and privilege for me to have been

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Shaykh Samih Jad

What brought you to the Voice Of the Cape? Reaching new Areas, improving myself, being captured by the Kindness of Cape Town’s people and being in Radio for the past 16 years means I must try the FM What do you love most about radio? The feeling that you can

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Taliep Samaai

What brought you to the VOC? My dad was an ardent listener of VOC and phone regular in to give naseegah,so I decided to carry on his legacy. How would you sum up your show? My show I’ve directed to young and not so young. I let my listeners participate

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Tauhierah Salie

How did you get your start in radio? I completed internship at Bush Radio to complete a college course at the end of 2017. The first time I was on air, I was instructed to read news headlines- four sentences which had my voice and hands shaking in tandem. After

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Yasierah Adonis

How did you get your start in radio? As a guest. The topic: Addressing barriers to learning and how parents can assist in the home environment. It was a series hosted by the then presenter Irfaan Abrahams. Subsequently, become a standard slot on the program. When Irfaan left, Riedwaan and

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Yusuf Fisher

Yusuf Fisher hosts Caravan into the Night Monday – Wednesdays from 9pm to Midnight and Golden Hour Saturdays from 1.30 – 3pm. What brought you to the VOC? On completion of “Presenter for Television” and “ Producer for Television” courses at Wits University (WITS TV), an acquaintance suggested that I

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