Popular Durban radio jock Fahim Jamadar has returned to the South African airwaves on the community station Radio Al-Ansaar. The former Lotus FM drive-time radio jock returns to the Muslim-based station in anticipation of connecting with his fanbase, drawing them into already growing listenership of Radio Al-Ansaar
Speaking to Indian Spice after his first-afternoon show, titled ‘The Afternoon Jam’, the veteran radio jock was humbled by the listenership response. “It was warming to return to the studio and connecting with my radio listeners once again.”
The Afternoon Jam radio drive show is aimed at appealing to a diversified audience drawing in new listeners to Radio Al-Ansaar. “Being back in the driving seat allows me to contribute to the Radio Al-Ansaar listenership during the pandemic through the drivetime show”, added Jamadar.
The Fahim Drive airs Monday to Friday from 4 PM to 6 PM, you can listen online to Al Ansaar radio on 90.4 MHz FM around Durban, South Africa.
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