Nick Hamman, who hosts 5FM's Hamman Time (Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 12:00),  will be embarking on the Heritage Tour, searching South Africa for the 'Real Makoya'.

The tour will be sponsored by the herbal balm Zam-Buk and aims to celebrate South African heritage, its people and its places. Hamman will strive to 'uncover the real gems' in each of our provinces.

Together with producer Mad money Mike, Hamman left Johannesburg on Monday, 2 September. The duo headed towards Mafikeng for their first stop in the North-West province. They will then travel to Kimberley, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Durban and Nelspruit, before heading back to Gauteng for stops in Johannesburg and ending in Polokwane.

5FM listeners will be able to engage with Hamman as he broadcasts live from various activities around the country, and set him challenges within each of the provinces.

In commemoration of Heritage Month, the station will also partner with the National Braai Tour with Jan Braai. The tour takes place from Saturday, 7 September to Friday, 13 September. The tour will start in Cape Town and end at Gariep Dam in the Free State province.

The 5FM Top 40 with Msizi James will broadcast from the launch event in Cape Town, at the Southern Sun Waterfront Hotel on Saturday, 6 September. On the final day of the tour, The Thabooty Drive (Monday to Friday, 15:00 to 18:00) will broadcast live from the event from Gariep Dam.

For the first time this year, 5FM will partner with Comic-Con Africa — South Africa's multi-genre entertainment convention that showcases the best of comic books, science fiction and fantasy related film, television and popular art and culture.

As the official radio partner, the station will broadcast live with various shows from the event at Gallagher Convention Centre for all four days of the event, from Saturday, 21 September to Monday, 24 September. Tickets to the event are available at Computicket.

From Thursday, 26 September to Sunday, 29 September, the Global Dance Supreme Championship will take place at the Walter Sisulu Hall in Johannesburg. 5FM is the official radio partner of the event and will broadcast live and activate at the event from the Intercontinental Dance Championship on Friday, 27 September.

The event aims to attract over 1 000 of the worlds top dancers and crews from 20 countries to compete for the title and a cash prize of R150 000.

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