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Zelda Goetz's Biography

“Thank you. You give me a reason to live. You give me a reason to smile. You are a friend.” These words were said to Zelda Goetz in passing by a homeless gentleman who made a point of listening to OFM every night from a small cellphone radio. It was upon hearing these words that Zelda knew she had found her chosen path and today these words continue to ignite her passion for radio. Zelda matriculated from Saint Micheal's School for Girls in Bloemfontein in 2007, then while following her passion in Fine Arts,she was discovered by chance in 2012, where her story with OFM began. Zelda started off by joining the OFM’s Street Squad and was offered an on-air training position in 2014. After a year of sharpening her skills, Zelda joined the OFM on-air team to host a midnight show. A year after of being a night owl she was brought into the light to join the "Afternoon Delight" drive time team. Having fun, focusing onthe positive and uplifting others is what makes her tick. 

Join Zelda as the traffic anchor on"Afternoon Delight" weekdays, 16:00 - 19:00 and host of "Sunday Slow-Down" Sundays, 19:00 - 22:00.

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