Prince Lengoasa, South Africa’s own “Satchmo,” will be blowing his horn at the annual Port Elizabeth Concert in The Park being held in February.
Prince, as he is known, has performed as “Satchmo” with the National Symp
Bubbly Algoa FM senior account executive Lesley-Ann Fortuin has been recognised as one of the “Top 40 under 40” business achievers in the metro by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber.
“These promising young individuals represen
Algoa FM’s Border Drive team have helped spark a citizen revolt against the rubbish strewn on the streets by striking Buffalo City workers.
Concerned about the rubbish blowing around on the main access routes to the African Open Golf Champions
Pensioners in the Bethelsdorp Old Age Home in Port Elizabeth were treated to an early Valentine’s Day when Algoa FM husband and wife presenter team Mio and Queenie hosted a celebration.
Residents were given cards made by Grade 1 learners from
Algoa FM rocked the city of the Nelson Mandela Bay when they pulled off their first music festival this weekend featuring 7 of SA’s top national acts.
More than 5000 people danced the day away on Saturday 7 March at the Nelson Mandela
Algoa FM has invited non-profit organisations in the region to apply to be beneficiaries of the annual Algoa Cares Charity Golf Day.
This year it will be hosted on Thursday, 28 May.
“We are looking for those non-profit organisations
CHOC lodge underway with donation from the Big Walk
Plans to provide accommodation for the parents of children being treated for cancer in Port Elizabeth have been given a R125 000 boost by the Discovery Algoa FM Big Walk.
The funds were
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Algoa FM broadcasts from the Garden Route to the Wild Coast. The on-air product is lifestyle focused towards adults who enjoy good music and indulge in quality life experiences.
Additionally, the station provides global, national and local news as well as gossip, sport, local traffic and weather reports. We've been broadcasting in the Eastern Cape since 1 January 1986. In December 2011 our broadcast footprint included the Garden Route and later Knysna, George and Mossel Bay. Click here to see the Algoa FM Footprint.
Algoa FM together with OFM in the Free State and United Stations, a radio sales house, form part of the African Media Entertainment group (AME).
AME is a focused media group with clearly identified expansion objectives, and core interests in production, distribution and other commercial exploitation of all forms of content for media, communication and entertainment industries. Read More...
WHY ALGOA FM?
Algoa FM offers its loyal listeners music driven radio with news, weather, traffic and so much more. Talk is minimal and all promotional activities project aspirational lifestyle values. In order to best target our upwardly mobile audience, we provide familiar, well-loved music with a skilful blend of entertainment, news, weather and information that keeps our listeners tuned in longer. Read More...
Algoa Cares is our Corporate Social Investment programme. Algoa Cares was started in 1997 with the aim to support local non-profit organisations with their mission to help and empower those in need, especially the most vulnerable within our community. We use the power of radio to increase awareness, influence positive change and inspire the development of our broadcast area.
Algoa Cares has three focus areas namely: Health and Welfare. Education and Skills Development. and the Environment and Sustainability. The initiative highlights star projects that model sustainability.