Radio Atlantis 107.9FM – The Heartbeat of the Community

Radio Atlantis is the community radio station of Atlantis, about 50 km outside of Cape Town, South Africa. Since 1995 Radio Atlantis has empowered the community in its broadcasting area, through education and information, providing a voice to the marginalised communities of the West Coast.

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Help Keep Our Heritage Alive

Join the pledge to ensure we protect, maintain & keep our community radio station Radio Atlantis 107.9FM,The Heartbeat of the Community. Help us keep our proud heritage alive. Radio Atlantis is a community radio station, providing a voice to our community while being a source of education, information, opportunity, empowerment,and...Read More »

The Festive Season is here again!

Radio Atlantis takes this opportunity to wish you, our precious listeners and your families a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Thank you, Atlantis, Mamre, Pella, Witsand, Riverlands, Chatsworth, Malmesbury, Darling, Blaauwberg Strand, Philidelphia and all other communities, for your wonderful support throughout the year.  We appreciate and value your...Read More »

2 year old killed by stray bullet


In what is believed to be another gang related shooting 2 year old Braydon Graff was hit by a stray bullet while in his mother’s arms.  The incident occurred on Saturday night in Robinvale, Atlantis, where a third innocent person, a 23-year-old man, was also shot and wounded when guys...Read More »

Residents take a stand against Quad bikes

Sherwood Park residents took a stand on Saturday 10 September 2016 when they took to the streets with a petition that was handed over to Counselor Barbara Rass to ban quad bikes within the residential areas.  This march comes after seven year old Jesse Stevens were killed in a quad...Read More »

Protest action at Saxonsea Primary School

Teachers and Learners were locked out of school this morning after parents and board members took a stand about unanswered questions.  The Radio Atlantis news team spoke to concerned parents and board members who stated that the Education Department appointed an interim School Principal on a six month contract.