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YFM has the youngest commercial audience in South Africa. It's become known as the capital of youth culture. As the most influential proponents of local South African music, YFM is a 75% music, 25% talk station. The sound of the station is defined by a well-curated collection of the best local and international hits. YFM is a balanced platform supporting not only established artists but new, up and coming acts. YFM proudly supports the South African music industry, boasting over 50% in local content. With a multi-channel approach, the station has an audience of 2.5 million across, radio and digital platforms. If it's hot, you're most likely to hear it on the authority on all things trendy, YFM 99.2.
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Ford partners with YFM, donates R500,000 to Save the Children
  • Ford is donating R500,000 to Save the Children South Africa to assist its Covid-19 relief efforts, specifically addressing the rights, protection, health and wellbeing of vulnerable children
  • Collaboration with Gauteng youth radio station YFM encompasses an on-air and digital awareness campaign to promote Save the Children SA from 7 to 16 December 2020
  • Forms part of Ford's ongoing drive to empower and uplift communities - particularly those hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic 14 Dec 2020 Read more

  • YFM's Perspective On Y talks gun violenceYFM, Gauteng's biggest youth station, will be focusing on a discussion that has affected many South Africans, the effect gun violence has on our communities. 27 Nov 2020 Read more

    "Dance Culture": A YFM exclusive dance documentaryYFM, Joburg's biggest youth radio station, has produced a dance documentary highlighting the aspects of dance, told by industry greats including Bontle Modiselle-Moloi, Courtnae Paul, Thabo Treffers, CityBoys Pantsula and Shannon Kivido. 29 Sep 2020 Read more

    YFM launches topical talk show Perspective on Y
    • The show will focus on bringing about change and driving solutions through conversations.
    • The first and second episodes will unpack the triggers and trauma of rape through the stories of three incredible young women.
    • The first two shows will interrogate the idea that South Africans do not understand consent.
    • Perspective on Y will explore legal structures available for victims of rape, the criminal justice system's resources and shortcomings.
    • The conversation will end with a discussion on the way in which boy children are being raised.
     8 Jul 2020 Read more

    Women are in the driving seat as mix DJs on YFMYFM 99.2, Gauteng's biggest youth radio station, will introduce an all-female mix DJ show, The Mix Capital, on Saturdays 10pm - 2am starting 4 July 2020, hosted by Kea Zawadi. 3 Jul 2020 Read more

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