Algoa FM

Port Elizabeth Branch
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
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by CoreneSteynberg
(21 May 17 @ 4:31 pm)

There is one really good thing that I love about Algoa FM. They play old music a lot. And even Afrikaans. Keep it up guys. We in PE LOVE IT!!!

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Algoa FM broadcasts from the Garden Route to the Wild Coast. The on-air product is lifestyle focused towards adults who enjoy good music and indulge in quality life experiences.

Additionally, the station provides global, national and local news as well as gossip, sport, local traffic and weather reports. We've been broadcasting in the Eastern Cape since 1 January 1986. In December 2011 our broadcast footprint included the Garden Route and later Knysna, George and Mossel Bay.

Contact Information

Phone us:

  • Studio Tel (Port Elizabeth): 083 913 8 955 (VAS rates apply)
  • Studio Tel (East London): 083 913 8 956 (VAS rates apply)
  • Studio Tel (Garden Route): 083 913 3 866 (VAS rates apply)
  • WhatsApp: 076 119 3395.

Use the tag 'border' or 'garden' if you're messaging from the Border and Garden Route area.

SMS us:

  • SMS 41851, first word 'algoa' (without the inverted commas) or 'border' for the Border Drive or 'garden' for the Garden Route (Cost is R1.50/sms. Free sms's do not apply)


  • Broadcasting Adult Contemporary across the region.

Algoa FM offers its loyal listeners music driven radio with news, weather, traffic and so much more. Talk is minimal and all promotional activities project aspirational lifestyle values. In order to best target our upwardly mobile audience, we provide familiar, well-loved music with a skilful blend of entertainment, news, weather and information that keeps our listeners tuned in longer.

Algoa FM constantly brings you innovative opportunities to further grow your business, and offers you the perfect platform to grow your Brand across the Eastern Cape and Garden Route both on-air and online.

Algoa Cares

Algoa Cares is our Corporate Social Investment programme. Algoa Cares was started in 1997 with the aim to support local non-profit organisations with their mission to help and empower those in need, especially the most vulnerable within our community. We use the power of radio to increase awareness, influence positive change and inspire the development of our broadcast area. Algoa Cares has three focus areas namely: Health and Welfare, Education and Skills Development, and the Environment and Sustainability. The initiative highlights star projects that model sustainability.

1. Cares-On-Air

Mio Khondleka and Queenie Grootboom interviews a different charity representative every Wednesday between 12h30 and 13h00 to help increase awareness about their non-profit organisation. To apply for an interview, simply complete the online application form below.

2. Cares Promotional Support

Community and fundraising events/initiatives can be promoted on-air and online via the Whats Happening Feature.

3. Cares Events

Organisations also have the opportunity to apply to be a beneficiary to the Algoa Cares charity initiatives listed below:

  • Algoa Cares Charity Golf Day (Port Elizabeth)
  • Algoa Cares Charity Golf Day (East London)


Algoa FM appeals for donations for those  affected by fires in Garden Route and Port Elizabeth
14 June 2017

Algoa FM appeals for donations for those affected by fires in Garden Route and Port Elizabeth

by Supplied text
Algoa FM has set up a bank account, through its Algoa Cares social outreach programme, to raise funds following the devastating fires in the Garden Route and Port Elizabeth. In addition to collecting monetary donations, the radio station will also be accepting donations in the form of warm...
Algoa Cares raises R100,000 for charities
9 February 2017

Algoa Cares raises R100,000 for charities

by Algoa FM
A total of R100,000 was raised for charities in East London and Port Elizabeth by the recent "forever young" themed Algoa Cares Charity Golf Days. The beneficiaries for the golf days were the Nkosinathi Foundation of and for Blind and Partially Sighted People, based in Port Elizabeth, and the East...