Rob Moves Home

Vember takes the driver's seat on The Cape's No.1

Kfm announced that the popular radio host Rob Vember will be taking over the Afternoon Drive show from the 5th of May. Vember, grew up in Bellville where he attended Kasselsvlei High School but has been living in Joburg for the past five years. He moved back to the Mother City in early 2013 and has been broadcasting the lunchtime show on 5fm from the Sea Point studios since then.He began his broadcasting career on campus radio station, Rhodes Radio, whilst attending the University in Grahamstown as a BA student. During this time he caught the attention of commercial radio station, Heart 104.9fm, who offered him the weekend breakfast show in 2006. He later joined national station, 5fm which recently saw him host the 12 – 3pm weekday slot.Rob takes over from Tim Thabethe, who will move to hosting the evening show weekdays from 7 – 10pm. Station Manager, Colleen Louw comments, “Rob has a national profile but is a Capetonian at heart. For years he has been passionate about local, Western Cape, focused content and now he gets to do just that at Kfm.”Catch Rob on Kfm, weekdays from 3 -7pm.