Citizen reporter
1 minute read
15 Apr 2016
12:46 pm

Nick Hamman walks to Polokwane today

Citizen reporter

Along with Producer Michael Bossenger, 5FM DJ Nick Hamman Time will supply listeners with their morning eargasms from the road.

Nick Hamman broadcasts live on July 17, 2015 at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, South Africa. The event hosted by 5fm was to honour Mandela Day, a day in which South Africans are encouraged to perform 67 minutes of "good", giving back to the community in honour of Madiba's spirit. (Photo by Gallo Images / Michelle Dormer)

One show, over three hundred kilometres, and a journey that won’t be forgotten. For two weeks Hamman Time will be broadcasting live from the road to Small Town Live Loud. Starting the walk from the 5FM studios in Auckland Park on Friday 15 April 2016, Nick and the Hamman Time team will share in the stories of fellow South Africans through two different provinces as Hamman Time connects them all.

They will take up the challenge to travel through Bryanston to Pretoria, Hammanskraal, Pienaarsrivier, Bela Bela, Nylsvley, Waterval, Mokopane and finally arrive at Meropa Casino in Polokwane just in time for the 5FM takeover weekend on Friday 29 April 2016.

Spending almost 70 hours on the road, Nick invites all South African’s to join him en route as he explores South Africa’s beauty in a way that listeners will be able to enjoy as well. The road to Polokwane will not only educate, but inspire South Africans through an uplifting journey to the “Place of safety”.