OFM, the sound of your life in Central South Africa, is shaking off the winter chills and changing up the airwaves in spring!
From 3 September, OFM presents a new night-time offering. OFM Nights
will be hosted by popular presenter Enriko Klopper from 19h00 to 22h00. The new show will be more in line with OFM’s daytime offering, i.e. playing popular hits, South African and Afrikaans music and adding a pop of brand-new music. The new show will make for easy listening with plenty of old and new favourites for the listening pleasure of a much broader audience.
We’ll then turn things up a notch in A Touch of Thabang
, Mondays to Thursdays from 22h00 to 01h00 with award-winning presenter Thabang Moselane. This show will be aimed at the 15 to 24 market with music and content to match! South African music will be the focus between 22h00 and 23h00, giving our talented local artists exposure they so richly deserve.
Finally, Alucius Mocumi will make Central South Africa party the whole weekend long in The Boom Box
– Fridays from 22h00 to 01h00. In this show, the Global Top 30 Top 10 recap will take centre stage from 22h00 to 23h00, followed by the SuperMix and finally at 24h00 a mix with DJ Vinyl’s.
September is also More Music Month – with even more music and more ways to win on the Sound of Your Life. The OFM Cash Call is back on 31 August and 1 September, 14 and 15 September and 28 and 29 September. Plus, spot the same artist played back to back on No Repeat Work Day and you could win R2,000 daily! The No Repeat Workday will take place Monday to Friday between 06h00 and 22h00 during the weeks of 3rd and 17th September.
And finally, on Monday, 24 September, OFM will celebrate Heritage Day with a special line-up of South Africa’s Top 30 songs of all time. Featured artists will include Johnny Clegg, Koos Kombuis, Anton Goosen, Mandoza and many more.
Says OFM General Manager, Nick Efstathiou: “I think we’ve all had enough of winter and are looking forward to a new season – both on and off air! We are excited about our September on-air changes and I hope our listeners will enjoy all the opportunities to win some cash! We’re also looking forward to celebrating Heritage Day in proudly South African style, and hope our listeners will enjoy what we put together for them on the day.”
For more info on any of these features, go to www.ofm.co.za