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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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19:56 (GMT+2), Mon, Monday, July 28, 2014
Johannesburg - The rand firmed against the dollar on Monday after Numsa said its over 200 000 striking members had accepted a wage offer to end a four-week stoppage in the metals sector. Following the announcement, the local unit strengthened by 0.33%, trading at R10.5450 against the greenback by 17:35. The rand had slipped by over half a percent from its New York close to R10.5720, its weakest level since last Wednesday, before N... read more
21:23 (GMT+2), Thu, Thursday, July 24, 2014
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19:44 (GMT+2), Tue, Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Paris - A European bat type can use the scatter patterns of sunlight to programme its internal compass for hunting after dark - the first mammal known to do so, researchers said on Tuesday. The only flying mammals, bats use echolocation, a form of sonar, to find their way around, but this onl... read more
20:09 (GMT+2), Mon, Monday, July 21, 2014
Paris - Five Paris hotels on Monday launched a scheme allowing guests to "pay what you want" in an experiment that may be extended if successful. The three- and four-star hotels taking part in the scheme are located in the city's 9th and 11th districts - a little away from the city's tourist centres. The owners are bullish about the prospects and confident that clients will not abuse the scheme. Tourists often complain a... read more
21:47 (GMT+2), Wed, Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Kim Kardashian will earn around $85 million after lending her name to the new iPhone app video game 'Kim Kardashian: Hollywood'. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star will earn the staggering sum - which totals more than all her other ventures in the last year combined - from the new game simply because it uses her name, reports TMZ. The app, entitled Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, sees players design their own celebrity and interact with the 33... read more
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