Community radio stations: Gauteng
Jozi FM (formerly known as Soweto Buwa Radio) is a local radio station that started in 1995 as Soweto Community Radio. Jozi FM attributes its success to the relationship it has with its audience. The radio station is a voice for the surrounding communities and focuses on delivering on the demands of its listeners.
Alex FM is one of the oldest community radio stations in Gauteng. It was established by the Alexandra Community Trust and first went on air on the 1st September 1994. Alex FM is a 24/7 radio station, broadcasting in the following languages English, IsiZulu, Sepedi, Setswana, Xitsonga, Venda, Sesotho and IsiXhosa.
UJFM 95.4 is a Community Radio Station, based at the University of Johannesburg, Bunting Road Campus.
With a youth based audience the station aims to provide listeners with the latest in news, fashion, sports, movies and video-games at 95.4 beats per minute
Voice of Wits is a campus radio station operated by students of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, at University Corner, just outside the Johannesburg CBD in Braamfontein.
VOW FM aims to provide quality broadcasting service that is relevant, pertinent, entertaining, informative and educational to the Wits University community.
Pheli FM is a Community Radio station based in Atteridgeville, Pretoria. The station aims to capture and keep the imagination of listeners in Atteridgeville and surrounding areas.
Community radio stations: KwaZulu Natal
Inanda FM is an aspirational community radio in the greater eThekwini region that various programme that link in the emerging black politically and socially aware middle class.
Tel: 031- 510- 9700
Based in the heart of Canelands in Verulam which is North of Durban, Good News Community Radio is a radio station strategically placed to serve the community. They are driven and enthused by their passion for sharing the Good News from above.
Community radio stations: Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Western Cape
Zwide based Nkqubela Community Radio Station. Nkqubela Radio broadcasts in Port Elizabeth as well as Uitenhage and has a mix of 70% talk and 30% music. The station deals with aspects such as labour; social issues; as well as cultural and religious values and beliefs. Nkqubela Radio broadcasts in Xhosa; Afrikaans; and English. KQFM 97.0
Community radio stations: Limpopo and Mpumalanga
The Sekhukhune Community Radio Station is a non-profit organization that broadcasts to the whole of the Sekhukhune District Municipality.
The radio station has a programming format of 60% talk and 40% music in the daily broadcast.
Phalaborwa Community Radio Station is based at Namakgale township, The broadcast languages are predominantly Xitsonga, Sotho and English. The station targets all age groups as its listenership. As Phalaborwa FM, they entertain, inform and educate towards development of the coverage areas.
Tel: 071 -090 -3957
Radio Turf is a community radio station situated within the University of Limpopo (Turfloop campus), Polokwane municipality in Limpopo province. The station broadcast 24 hours a day on the frequency, 103.8 FM to the Greater Mankweng, Boyne, Mamabolo, Mothapo, Mothiba, Dikgale and other tribal communities as well as Polokwane and some parts of Seshego.
Tel: 015 268 3155
Greater Lebowakgomo FM is a kasi driven local radio station covering Lepelle Nkumpi local municipality and surroundings areas.
GLFM broadcasts actuality programming to keep you informed on current affairs, sports news and entertainment.
Moutse Community Radio Station was formed by members of Rural Women “s Movement in South Africa in 1997. The Station has since transformed into a fully fledged community radio station.
The Vision of this radio is to attain a sustainable developmental and communication tool for the community of Moutse and surrounding areas, that is informed by its past and motivated by its future.
Emalahleni fm is community radio station that aims to deliver a professional, community- centered and financially sustainable broadcasting service that informs, educates and entertains the community.
Bushbuckridge Community Radio broadcasts from Bushbuckridge, 20km north of Nelspruit, to listeners aged 18 to 35. Programming is multilingual, including Sesotho, Siswati, Tsonga and English, with a mix of 55% music and 45% talk.
Greater Middelburg FM is a community radio station serving the Greater Middelburg area.
Their objective is to develop and explore the media talent of young people from Middelburg and surrounding areas.