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About KayCee Rossouw
KayCee Rossouw
“The highlight of my career occurs each time I have the privilege to switch on that mic”

KayCee Rossouw is as at ease behind the mic as he is behind the decks; KayCee is one of two Algoa FM presenters who are also “live” club DJs who have mixed alongside some of the best jocks in South Africa. He is an all-round DJ with an enthusiastic, confident, and real on-air persona. Off-air, he is as fun-loving and generous with strangers in need as he is a committed husband, kind father and caring friend.

KayCee is real home grown PE boy from the Northern Areas of Port Elizabeth with his feet firmly grounded. He was born to emcee, DJ and connect people as he comes alive to himself and his followers whenever he switches on the mic.

KayCee brings a new and different profile to the 7-10pm show, whilst maintaining the popular features our listeners loved. He continues to present the highly successful record race and music quiz feature while he introduces the Movers and Shakers to our broadcast area including local musos, VIP guests and entrepreneurs who are making waves and going places. He winds down your weekday evening on a perfect note as he opens the lines for an hour of special dedications.

 

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The Basic Education Department has raised the bar for Grade 7, 8 and 9 pupils for 2014. Pupils will now have to obtain 50 percent in their home language and 40 percent for their first additional language. They will be required to pass eight out of nine subjects in order to proceed to the next grade.
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