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Sport and Education: Top of the Algoa FM 'playlist' for 2013

Algoa FM is gearing up for a busy 2013 with sports and education on the top of the regional station's 'playlist'.
In the photo from top left is Wayne Hart presenter on the Fast Lane from 3-7pm and his co-host on the show Lauren Mungur, KayCee Rossouw presenting 10pm-2am show weekdays on the right and at the bottom left is Charlton Tobias, co-presenter on the Daron Mann Breakfast Show, trying on their old school uniforms for the Back to School Activation taking place on 16 January where the Algoa FM presenters hit the intersections to collect new or used uniforms for the underprivileged in the community. - Algoa FM
In the photo from top left is Wayne Hart presenter on the Fast Lane from 3-7pm and his co-host on the show Lauren Mungur, KayCee Rossouw presenting 10pm-2am show weekdays on the right and at the bottom left is Charlton Tobias, co-presenter on the Daron Mann Breakfast Show, trying on their old school uniforms for the Back to School Activation taking place on 16 January where the Algoa FM presenters hit the intersections to collect new or used uniforms for the underprivileged in the community.
Education is first priority.

On Wednesday, January 16, some of the Algoa FM presenters will dress up in their school gear and collect new or used uniforms for the underprivileged children in the community.

Algoa FM will also support the Discovery Surfers Challenge in East London, as well as the George Outeniqua Wheelchair Challenge (OCC) on 16 February. The OCC is the only event exclusively for persons with physical disabilities in South Africa.

From January 21-28 Algoa FM will run the Pick n Pay Heroes campaign, where learners have the opportunity to vote for their school hero who is contributing positively to the history of the school and is making a positive impact on their fellow learner's lives.

Algoa FM presenters and Pick n Pay representatives will visit each of the five winning schools to announce and award their school hero from 4-8 February.

Listeners can also catch Algoa FM at the Africa Open from Thursday 14 until Sunday 17 February whilst fans of Zwai Bala and Naz Holland can pack their picnic baskets and camping chairs and enjoy this live performance at another edition of Concert in the Park with the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra and Algoa FM taking place on 16 and 17 February.

"We are certainly looking forward to a busy and exciting 2013 and wish to thank all our listeners and client base for their continued and loyal support of the station and all our initiatives," says Mio Khondleka, Programme Manager of Algoa FM.

There is plenty more happening, and listeners are invited to stay tuned to Algoa FM for more details, and to visit the station's website on www.algoafm.co.za or Facebook page for more details.

    
 

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