The Waking Crew

Catch Jarret and Mossie for their early morning antics: 06:00 - 09:00

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The Coffee Break

Tashia will give you that morning buzz you need, from 09:00 - 12:00

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The Hard Drive

with Deon, for your lunch time entertainment 12:00 - 15:00

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The Headrush

End your busy day with the colorful Kirsty, 15:00 - 18:00

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Address: #28 and 30 Simpson Street, Windhoek West, Namibia
Tel: (061) 242350
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News Flash - Our News

Two Britons Being Questioned Over Tourists' Murders In Thailand

Two brothers from Britain are being questioned over the deaths of two British backpackers in Thailand as tests reveal more about how the victims died.  

Lesotho's Leaders Planning Early Election

Lesotho’s leaders are planning an early election in a bid to restore political order after an attempted coup and stalled peace talks. 

President Pohamba To Attend 2014 Climate Summit In New York

President Hifikepunye Pohamba is leaving for New York this weekend to attend the 2014 Climate Summit at the United Nations Headquarters.  Nampa reports, this was confirmed by State House on Monday.  


Cycle Classic 2014


World Rhino Day: 22nd September 2014

Save the Rhino Trust Namibia will be joining others all around the world to raise awareness and voices against rhino poaching and the illegal trade in rhino horn. Now you would be asking yourself, how can I be part of this awareness campaign? Wherever you are… YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE


Walk 4 Wishes

Join is for the Walk 4 Wishes fun day to raise money for Immanuel (18 years), Wendy (7 months) and Admire (3 years) for their surgical and future costs. Bring along your children, dogs (on a leash)and friends to SKW on the 27th of September 2014 at 7h30 (late registration: 6h30).

Let's make a wish come true.


News Flash - Entertainment News

Kanye West demands everyone to "Stand Up"

Kanye West refused to continue his show on Friday night in Sydney, Australia until the entire audience was standing and dancing in physical Yeezus worship. Unfortunately for Kanye's self-esteem, one of the audience members had a prosthetic leg and another used a wheelchair.


U2 give away new album for free

After playing at Apple's launch event on Tuesday the band reveals it is giving its new LP away to iTunes users.

Irish rockers U2 have pulled off one of the largest surprise album releases in history after making the announcement at Apple's unveiling event in California.

Following a performance in Cupertino, the band revealed that the 11 songs on Songs Of Innocence are now available for free on Apple's iTunes online store for half a billion users.


Kate and Prince William announce their second baby

The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second baby, Kensington Palace has announced.

Prince William and Kate said they were "very pleased to announce" that they are expecting their second child.

It comes a year and two months after she gave birth to Prince George at St Mary's Hospital in London.

The palace said the Queen and members of both William and Kate's families are "delighted" with the news.Sky's Royal Correspondent Paul Harrison says he has been told by Kensington Palace that the Duchess is not yet 12 weeks into her pregnancy.


Video of the Week

Week 38: Waking Crew does the ALS challenge


Food Lover's Blog - Updated every Wednesday

30 Minute Yummy Italian Penne Pasta


  • 500 g Penne Pasta
  • X 4 Chicken Fillet
  • X1 720ml Campagna Puttanesca Sauce
  • 40g of Fallini Parmasan (yummy 3 cheeses in one) Read more...

Radiowave's Monthly Newsletter

September 2014

Whether you are a 'Summer Time' person or a 'Winter Time' person makes no difference to us, all that matters is that you are a Radiowave Person and that you don't miss out on any of the things we're getting up to, here's our monthly newsletter with all the details.​

September 2014 Newsletter (click to download)

Charity of the month - 2014

September 2014: Namibia African Wild Dog Project

The Namibia African Wild Dog Project (NAWDP) was started in 2012 and is unique in that it brings together 3 major Organisations in the areas of conservation and research with project partners; Africat, Na‘ankuse and Namibia Nature Foundation.  It aims to secure viable and ecologically functional African wild dog populations within all major habitats of their historic range as valuable components of development in Namibia.  At present the African Wild Dog is one of the continent’s most endangered predators.  Namibia’s free-ranging population is estimated at worryingly low levels of between 300 to 600 animals, most of which occur outside protected areas.​