CapeTalk festive season show schedule

Your favourite presenters may still be taking a break but everyone is due back next week. Here is when you will find your favourite presenter on air this week.

7 January - 13 January

Monday 7 January

6 am - 9 am - Kieno Kammies
9 am - 12 pm - Eusebius McKaiser
12 pm - 1pm - Africa Melane
1 pm - 3 pm - Pippa Hudson
3 pm - 6 pm - John Maytham
6 pm - 8 pm - Ray White
8 pm - 11 pm - Jeremy van Wyk

Tuesday 8 January

6 am - 9 am - Kieno Kammies
9 am - 12 pm - Eusebius McKaiser
12 pm - 1pm - Clement Manyathela
1 pm - 3 pm - Pippa Hudson
3 pm - 6 pm - John Maytham
6 pm - 8 pm - Ray White
8 pm - 11 pm - Jeremy van Wyk

Wednesday 9 January

6 am - 9 am - Kieno Kammies
9 am - 12 pm - Eusebius McKaiser
12 pm - 1pm - Clement Manyathela
1 pm - 3 pm - Pippa Hudson
3 pm - 6 pm - John Maytham
6 pm - 8 pm - Ray White
8 pm - 11 pm - Jeremy van Wyk

Thursday 10 January

6 am - 9 am - Kieno Kammies
9 am - 12 pm - Eusebius McKaiser
12 pm - 1pm - Clement Manyathela
1 pm - 3 pm - Pippa Hudson
3 pm - 6 pm - John Maytham
6 pm - 8 pm - Ray White
8 pm - 11 pm - Jeremy van Wyk

Friday 11 January

6 am - 9 am - Kieno Kammies
9 am - 12 pm - Eusebius McKaiser
12 pm - 1pm - Clement Manyathela
1 pm - 3 pm - Pippa Hudson
3 pm - 6 pm - John Maytham
6 pm - 8 pm - Ray White
8 pm - 11 pm - Jeremy van Wyk

Saturday 12 January

6 am - 10 am - Africa Melane
10 am - 8 pm - Solid Gold
8 pm - 12 am - The Magic Bus with Shiloh Noone

Sunday 13 January

6 am - 10 am - Africa Melane
10 am - 5 pm - Solid Gold
5 pm - 7 pm - Jazz with Gary van Dyk
7 pm - 9 pm - Marc Lewis
9 pm - 11 pm - Linzi Bourhill


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