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06
DEC

Blom Blom with Comedian Isaac Gampu

Isaac Gampu is a well-known stand-up comedian who has shared the stage with some big names. He headlined the Blacks Only Comedy Show that was held at the Sandton Convention Centre alongside Marc Lottering. The event was hosted by David Kau.

It all began on air with Y-FM in which the comedian was an undisputed comedy champ for a year and was automatically the co-host on Light it Up with Chubster on Saturday and Sunday nights from 9 to midnight. Comedy came to him in a dare, and it began in a club gig in Vosloorus at Spiros Café. It was a five minute debut that resulted in him being an anchor of Thursday shows. This led him to meet experienced comedians and being Vosloo’s comedy export to clubs like Caprivi Tembisa, Djembe in Meropa Polokwane, Ragging Bull and Cofi. In Witbank he did Cappello and a regular favourite at Cappello Mbombela. Talamanca in East London, Carnival in Brakpan with Jon Vlismas and Mark Banks, Set and Mi Bar in Rosebank, Europa in Pretoria, The Ozone in Soweto, Silver Lakes in Springs and a number of club gigs, which polished and shaped this Ekurhuleni specifically Vosloorican Comedian.

Headlining The Blacks Only Comedy Show was like a milestone for Isaac, as he had his Blacks debut a year prior at the Emperors Palace, which followed another show at Carnival City in October 2012. That was his third one within a year.

Isaac is a multilingual favourite, especially on the coast for doing multiple shows with the 99% Zulu Comedy Shows. He also sold out at the Lyrical Theatre in Feb 2013. Isaac’s first paying opening was in Durban in November 2012. It was an excellent debut that resulted in several media reviews.

Some very big achievements include being on Gospel Time, one of the Big 5 TV shows in South Africa, with other comedians, as well as hosted DR Rebecca Malope’s birthday as the Master of Ceremonies.
Kaya FM
05
DEC

#GoodFridaysAwards

What award do you think you deserve this year ? An Award for the one thing you think you excelled at... Doesn't matter how bad society think it is
Kaya FM
29
NOV

Blom Blom with Mbusi Sokhela A.k.A DJ SOX

Blom Blom with Mbusi Sokhela A.k.A DJ SOX

SAMA & METRO FM Award winner. Channel O awards nominee and Member of the Durban's Finest duo with fellow KZN stalwart, DJ Tira.

DJ Sox started organising parties at an early age in high school, that’s where he developed interest in DJ’ing and organising parties. After high school he moved to study Business Management at ML Sultan Technikon and started playing at all Technikon parties. In 1998 while studying he started his entertainment company called Dope Jam Entertainment that focused on throwing massive parties around the city. One of these was the annual Underground Party that till today attracts big crowds. His company then got recognition from other institutions and grew to be a major player in the industry.

DJ Sox started playing in nightclubs at age 18 and that was due to his successful house parties that got him attention from Clubs and other promoters. He made his name bigger & bigger playing in various clubs & parties around the country and abroad with big name DJs. He is now a partner of Signature Events Events, an events management company responsible for numerous events around KZN; This Company is one of the biggest events companies in KZN servicing clients like SAFA, MTN, and numerous Government departments throughout the province.

He says: "Even though I won't touch on this particular aspect too much, I'll share that as I was growing up as a musician, like most musicians, I got trapped into a life of drugs and stuff like that. I over-partied a little bit, neglected the work a little bit and it went on for six/seven years."

He said he managed to turn his life around.

"At a later stage I decided to take back control and change my life. I went to rehab and decided to restart. It was at that point that I decided that I needed to lead a more stable life."
Kaya FM
28
NOV

#KuloDezemba

Today we talking about Dezemba.
- #KuloDezemba: This Sunday, December officially starts… We know there’s always something in the air eSouth Africa that makes people behave otherwise in December
- Question is, What are you personally doing differently this December?
- Uyeka uk’phuza every day? Maybe spend more time with the family? Uyalahleka since naye bekalahleka last year? Wenzani nje
Kaya FM
08
NOV

Blom Blom with Kgomotso Matsunyane

One of her first jobs was at Kaya FM in 1998 as producer of the station's breakfast show. Went on to host it (Years later though – Good Morning Gauteng)

Her favourite building... The Carlton Centre, for sentimental reasons. Her mom used to take her to Wimpy at the Panorama as a special treat.

She think politics... Should not be left up to politicians. When they're good they're great, but when they're bad they stink.

The house she grew up in... 2044 Zone 9 Meadowlands and 1515 Dube in Soweto. They looked so huge before, but now they look tiny.

Her first primary school... Was Emelang Lower Primary School in Zone 9.

Parents... Divorced when I was four and I lived with my mom who, in true darkie fashion, is my hero and I put her on a pedestal. My father died in 1997, but I loved him best for not ever being pretentious. When his peers were into jazz, he was rocking to Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

You may not know it, but she’s not good at... Cooking. In fact it would be fair to say that I'm pretty useless in the kitchen. I can chop, but I can't cook to save my life.

What she doesn't like about herself... I have a lousy temper, eish...

Her nightmare... Being trapped on an island with religious zealots.

Happiest day of my life... When I graduated from university. I had made my first real dream come true and my mother came to my graduation in the US (Carleton College, Minnesota).

Book that changed her... The biography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley.

What keeps her awake at night... My bloody insomnia. Does anyone have a non-medical (or alcoholic) cure?
Kaya FM

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