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CapeTalk announces new daytime show with Refilwe Moloto

Cape Town’s premier and longest-running talk radio station, CapeTalk, has announced a strategic shift to its daytime line-up which will take effect during March 2019.

The modification of the line-up sees the twenty-one-year-old station welcome finance, business and lifestyle maven Refilwe Moloto. She will host a new mid-morning program called “Upfront with Refilwe Moloto”.

Listeners will know Moloto as a weekly finance and business contributor to the popular Afternoon Drive with John Maytham show in addition to her various stand-ins on other programs including Breakfast and The Money Show.

Upfront with Refilwe starts on Monday 11th March 2019 and will serve the CapeTalk audience in Cape Town; it will replace The Eusebius McKaisier show which has been simulcast with sister station 702. The Eusebius McKaiser show will continue broadcasting to its 702 audience in Johannesburg and beyond.

Research and a perpetual review of our offering have fuelled the decision to prioritise Cape Town-related news and issues during the mid-mornings. “Upfront with Refilwe” will provide Capetonians with a healthy mix of current affairs, lifestyle, fashion and business. International news and trends will feature too

Tessa van Staden, Programme manager - CapeTalk

Refilwe is well known to the CapeTalk audience. Her passion for the city and her broad interests will be reflected. The show will also hold true to the station’s commitment to making information accessible. Refilwe won’t shy away from talking tough. I want to thank Eusebius McKaiser for his dedication and commitment to having brave conversations that have challenged our audience

Tessa van Staden, Programme manager - CapeTalk

I am honoured to join the CapeTalk family in a permanent capacity. The station offers a world-class approach to broadcasting and when the opportunity came, to be involved on a more consistent basis, I could not resist. I look forward to creating meaningful conversations and forging a special relationship with our audience

Refilwe Moloto

In addition to discussing the news and information of the day. “Upfront with Refilwe” will engage high profile personalities about the lesser-known aspects of their lives, habits and major influences during the 3rd hour (11am) of the show called “Up Close & Personal”.

The station has also announced the expansion of the role of popular late-night host, Sara-Jayne King. This author and former journalist will be moving to weekends. From 16 March she will present a music show on Saturdays and Sundays, starting at 10am. Her brunch programme will follow the Weekend Breakfast show, hosted by talk radio veteran Africa Melane.

Join the Conversation – for the latest news and information visit the CapeTalk website

CapeTalk new daytime line-up to take effect from 11 March 2019:

Monday – Friday line-up: Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
04:00 — 06:00

Breakfast with Kieno Kammies
06:00 — 09:00

Upfront with Refilwe Moloto
09:00 — 12:00

The Xolani Gwala Show
12:00 — 13:00

Lunch with Pippa Hudson
13:00 — 15:00

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham Show
15:00 — 18:00

The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield
18:00 — 20:00

Tonight with Lester Kiewit (Mon– Thurs)
20:00 — 22:00

Late Nights with Aubrey Masango (simulcast) (Mon - Thurs)
22:00 — 01:00

The refreshed weekend line-up from 16th March 2019:

Saturday line-up: Weekend Breakfast with Africa
06:00 — 10:00

Solid Gold with Sara-Jayne King
10:00 — 14:00

Solid Gold Saturday
14:00 — 21:00

The Magic Bus
21:00 — 23:59

Sunday line-up: Weekend Breakfast with Africa
06:00 — 10:00

Solid Gold with Sara-Jayne King
10:00 — 14:00

Solid Gold Sunday
14:00 — 17:00

Jazz Sessions with Gary van Dyk
17:00 — 19:00

SportsTalk with Marc Lewis
19:00 — 21:00

Tonight with Lester Kiewit
21:00 — 23:00

Best of Talk
23:00 — 01:00


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