Clarence Ford, a well-known radio broadcaster, will formally join CapeTalk in October. A number of line-up adjustments were made by the talk radio station before its 25th anniversary festivities on October 14.
CLARK FORD SIGNES UP FOR CAPETALK
In December 2021, Ford abruptly quit Heart FM, another radio station in Cape Town.
“I was mistaken to believe that I would get the chance to express my gratitude. Thank you for the adventure as well as the affection.
I’m outside and happy. I hope that I have helped create the sort of workplace that everyone deserves. Together, we created memories.
He said on Facebook, “Thank you for giving me a place in your life.
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Ford filled in for Lester Kiewet earlier this year from 9:00 to 12:00 on weekdays. The change will now be permanent.
Refilwe Moloto, who quits broadcasting to work as a content creator for other Primedia Broadcasting platforms, will be replaced on the morning show by Kiewet.
Ford has been working in radio for 32 years. His career began with Radio Namibia, and he then worked for Good Hope FM and Heart in Cape Town.
In an interview with CapeTalk, Ford stated, “I’m inspired by the challenge and hope I can continue the spirit of transformation and effect genuine change in the radio medium by presenting open talks that raise unpleasant themes that people remember long after the programme has concluded for the day.»Clarence Ford, a well-known radio broadcaster, will formally join CapeTalk«