We are the only radio station specifically targeting the Breede Valley, Langeberg and Witzenberg regions, across urban, peri-urban and rural communities.
Aimed at informing, educating, entertaining and inspiring the communities it serves, Valley fm represents ‘the voice of the community’ and, as such, is committed to providing a full spectrum of programming that reflects and stimulates listeners of all ages and cultures.
Exposing the listener to a wide range of ideas, issues and events, Valley fm’s vision is to encourage critical thinking and the flow of human creativity and resources towards empowering its audiences to experience life to its fullest potential. Valley fm pursue a developmental agenda to realise the rights enshrined in the South African Constitution.
to inform, educate and inspire.
Valley fm is committed to providing a full spectrum of programming that reflects and stimulates the communities it serves. Exposing the communities to a wide range of ideas, issues and events, it aims to encourage critical and inspirational thinking towards the unlocking of human potential and resources, empowering listeners and their families to experience life to its fullest potential.
In 1998 Valley fm applied for a 4-year permanent license, and was subsequently on air for a series of 5 one-month (special events) periods. During this time the station endeared itself to the hearts and minds of the majority of the community – its broadcasts demonstrating the need and importance of a community broadcaster catering specifically for its regional audiences.
During November 2002 Valley fm attended a public hearing and on 27 March 2003 ICASA granted the station a 4-year broadcast license, enabling it to launch a full-time broadcasting service with effect from 1 August 2003.