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NICHAL SARAWAN

Nichal Sarawan is a Radio programming and production graduate of the National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA). This husband and father of two, started his love affair with Radio in 1998 and has plied his trade at multiple radio stations including Radio Phoenix, LOTUS FM, Hindvani, Radio Alansaar, Fusion Life Radio and Classic Central Radio to name but a few.

Nichal is a multiple National Award nominated presenter. He became the 1st South African of Indian origin to have been nominated for the prestigious SATMA award in the category Best Radio Presenter. Nichal has 3 consecutive nominations in this category and a nomination for his show in the best Traditional Music category. Most recently, he has been producing and presenting the weekday Breakfast show on Radio Al Ansaar, another show that is recognised as one of the best in the country, in its category. This show has a MTN Radio Award nomination accredited to Nichal Sarawan.

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With more than 20 years in the broadcasting world, Nichal has gained knowledge and experience that assists him as an independent programming strategist / consultant. Nichal has consulted on the development of music policy, station format and consulted on station sound, including an optimal daily programming schedule. Nichal has also ventured into training and developing young talent in the community by facilitating the training and development of on air talent. His firm belief is that knowledge is meant to be shared and therefore takes any opportunity to learn and to teach.  Nichal views himself as a student of Broadcasting.

Nichal Sarawan, a name that has been around the broadcast and entertainment industry for more than 20 years, a person that has not sought fame or fortune

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