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Kfm 94.5 is where the people of the Western Cape are at home with The Most Music to make you Feel Great.

Mindful Meals doing their bit in providing food to local communities

16 September 2020 11:01 AM

Women Crush Wednesday is a focus on phenomenal women in our communities.

In this clip, Mid-Mornings host Tracey Lange chats to Kay Isaacs of Mindful Meals.

Mindful Meals have come up with an innovative product, that can feed 120 people for less than R4.00 per person. 

Learn more, here:

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Fuzzy's Koesisters wins World Koesister Day 2020 title

8 September 2020 11:53 AM

On Sunday 6 September 2020 Vannie Kaap and Kfm 94.5 held the second annual World Koesister Day challenge. 

The event saw 12 finalists vying for the title of best koeksister in Cape Town. 

Tracey Lange chats to the winner of the competition, Faieez Alexander of Fuzzy's Koesisters.

Fuzzy's Koesisters on Instagram:



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Health & educational interventions in under resourced areas

2 September 2020 12:47 PM

Women Crush Wednesday is a focus on phenomenal women in our communities.

In this clip, Mid-Mornings host Tracey Lange chats to SHAWCO Health president, Sana Salduker.

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World Koesister Day is coming

31 August 2020 9:44 AM

Vannie Kaap's Marc Jacobs joins Sunday Breakfast host Saskia Falken to chat #WorldKoesisterDay. 

This year with coronavirus restrictions, only 12 contestants will be pre-selected to present their koesister to our judging panel. 

To enter send a video to Vannie Kaap sharing the story behind your koesister. Send your entries to 060 464 2482 or

Entries close at 11pm on Thursday 3 September.

For more info, visit Vannie Kaap's social pages:

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Women Crush Wednesday with Dowwe Dolla

26 August 2020 6:34 PM

Women Crush Wednesday is a focus on phenomenal women in our communities.

In this clip, Mid-Mornings host Tracey Lange chats to Dowwe Dolla.

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Vicky Sampson, Like You've Never Seen Her Before

24 August 2020 9:20 AM

Sunday Breakfast host Saskia Falken chats to Vicky Sampson ahead of her live stream concert: Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before.

Vicky Sampson Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before, will be an evening celebrating Women's month, Vicky’s birthday, and over 35 years in the industry as a performer on local and internationally-recognized platforms.

Get your ticket on Quicket, HERE. 

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Lame/funny/bad poems for Bad Poetry Day

21 August 2020 7:43 AM

18 August is dedicated to bad poetry!

EB Inglis asked listeners to share their bad/lame/flou poems, just for laughs!

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Jawaahier Petersen debuts her first solo track, 'Promise Me'

20 August 2020 10:53 AM

"Promise Me" is an open letter to whoever fills the void of the mother if she was no longer there. 

Herewith the download links for the various platforms:

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Overcoming abuse to inspiring others through fitness

19 August 2020 10:58 AM

Women Crush Wednesday is a focus on phenomenal women in our communities.

In this clip, Mid-Mornings host Tracey Lange chats to Anisa Essop.

Anisa Essop shares her personal journey from being overweight and in an abusive
marriage, and finally having the courage to leave her husband. In doing so, she went from weighing 128kgs down to 72kgs – getting her life back together.

Anisa launched AnisaFitness, a health and wellness facility which aims to empower women using fitness skills as well as healthy eating programmes.

For more details about Anisa and her fitness skills, visit:

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A 'Random Act of Kindness' for Philisa Abafazi Bethu

13 August 2020 1:45 PM

In this clip, EB Inglis chats to Lucinda Evans of NGO Philisa Abafazi Bethu.


This Women’s Month, through the Dis-Chem Random Acts of Kindness movement, Kfm 94.5 together with The Dis-Chem Foundation are out to make a difference by helping those charities that help women by donating to initiatives that empower victims of GBV.

EB Inglis interviews Lucinda Evans of Philisa Abafazi Bethu (Xhosa for "Heal our Women"). She founded South African NGO in 2008 with the goal of helping women in need of support and shelter. 

We provide services to survivors of GBV, and we also do a child protection programme. - Lucinda Evans

According to recent findings from the SAPS, in South Africa, a woman is killed every 3 hours. In a recent speech by the President, described gender-based violence as our country’s second pandemic.

Dis-Chem Foundation representative Sherry Saltzman joined the call with Lucinda to share the good news.

Dis-Chem and the Dis-Chem Foundation feel very passionately and strongly about the work that you do and we would like to offer you R60,000 cash donation to be divided up through the year as well as a R5000 per month for the year store account. - Sherry Saltzman, Dischem Foundation Representative

Thank you once again to our friends from the Dis-Chem Foundation for helping us in fulfilling a Random Act of Kindness.


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