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Radio Voice of the Cape

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2 Queenspark Avenue, Salt River, 7924, Cape Town, South Africa
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021 442 3500
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021 447 7271
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The idea of a Muslim radio station was born in the early 1990's by such people as Imam Noor Davids and Imam Gasan Solomon (then Secretary General of the Muslim Judicial Council), for the purpose of community advancement. This brought on board media, technical and academic experts like Anwah Ismail, Moegsien Khan and the late Dr Achmat Davids.

A special event license was first granted to VOC during the bookend days of Ramadan - the Muslim holy month of fasting in 1995.

Subsequent temporary broadcast licenses were granted, permitting the station to broadcast for 24 hours, sharing the frequency with another Muslim radio station. In June 2002, the station was awarded a four-year license on the same basis.

The Voice of the Cape broadcasts every alternate day on the 100.4 FM frequency, and daily in the boland area.

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