Get to know your favourite Kfm personalities better with these profiles from CapeTalk's 'On the Couch' with Pippa Hudson.
Our sister station interviewed five presenters to find out more about their road to the radio industry, their motivations and plans for the future.
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A host of the weekday midday to 3pm show, EB Inglis hails from Belhar and was inspired to do radioby 90s coming-of-age drama, 'Pump Up the Volume'.
One half of The Flash Drive duo, Carl Wastie shares that his work ethic stems from working six jobs in his gap year!
Did you know that Kfm Mornings' Darren Simpson was only 16-years-old when he hosted his first radio show - he still holds the record of being the youngest full-time employed commercial radio DJ in South Africa,
Kfm Mornings' Sherlin Barends describes herself as incredibly shy, she shares that she fell in love with radio while working at Stellenbosch University's campus radio station.
Fresh out of matric, the ever-optimistic Tracey Lange first job was working at a law firm as a receptionist. In her spare time, she would work at the local radio station in Somerset West.