On Air Personality
‘Se tshege yo weleng mareledi a sale pele’
Felix Da Cat is a seasoned broadcaster, Businessman and event organizer. He got his first break through back in 2006 at Voice of Tembisa as a sports presenter. He joined Motsweding FM in early 2011 as co-host for afternoon drive show named Fokotsa Gee and then later moved to breakfast show and Top 30. He is currently a host of weekend show named Ikgolaganye Saturday and Sunday (03H00-06H00 and 03H00-06H00)
Felix is an Audio art communication graduate. He currently studies a Diploma in Commerce in Public Relations.
He has also worked as sportscaster and Afternoon drive host at North West fm. He owns clothing line called DCAT. Felix says, “now that we in forth industrial revolution wants to own online ration station”.
Your Secret Passion: Oooh wow isn’t that obvious? Radio and music
Worst day of the week: Nah, always looking forward for each day.
If you could invite any three people, dead or alive, for dinner, who would they be and why?
Serena Williams would ask her how she managed to stay on top on her game for so long and challenges encountered and fight for equally in sport generally, Nelson Mandela how he survived those 27 years in prison and how he felt when they told him would be released from prison, Lastly Sir Alex Ferguson his secret for success managing one of the best football teams in the world.
Favourite Setswana idiom: ‘Se tshege yo weleng mareledi a sale pele’
The thing you're most proud of: Being on air for the first time as a sport caster, interviewing former secretary former Jerome Falcke and American Band Temptations
Your likes: Having interesting work to do
Dislikes: Evil people and populist politicians
Favourite musician or band: Jeez!!! Don’t know where to start the list is endless yoh, I listen to every genre from New-jack swing to Maskandi, Phuzikhemisi, Jay Z, Kanye west, Temptations, Phil Collins, AKA. I don’t have a favourite artist/band but music runs in my DNA
Web links to find out more about you: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
What advice would you give to people who would like to work in this particular field?
Empower yourself with education, talent alone is not just enough to stay long in this game.