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Guilma van Wyk|
Guilma van Wyk, a country girl from Mpumalanga studied Theatre Technology at Technikon Pretoria. After the completion of her studies she moved to Cape Town where she pursued her career in Professional theatre. She completed her 4-year Drama Training in Cape Town and became involved in Radio Dramas with RSG. In 1986 she joined a local Community Radio Station as presenter and program organizer. In 1998 she became involved with Radio Pulpit, first on a freelance basis and in 2000 as the Western Cape Organizer for Radio. Her other involvements included Television Presenting for Soeklig, the program In Pas and Gospel Gold.
In 2004 she pursued her freelance career and is currently involved in Radio Drama work for RSG, Documentary Voice-Over, is still actively involved in Professional Theatre, both on and back stage.
She also lecture part time at the North Link College Drama Department and enjoy being part of the Kollig team.
Born and raised in Johannesburg. He stayed for short periods in Cape Town and Windhoek, where he participated in Radio Broadcasts. After brief periodes of involvement with community Radio Stations, he took up office at the Afrikaans Service (RSG) of the SABC as programme presenter.
He is currently involved with Triple M Productions as Free Lance presenter and producer of radio programmes. He is responsible for radio interviews and a church related magazine programme for RSG. He has a passion for the w(W)ord.
Bernadette was born in Paarl in the Cape Winelands and started her career in the tourism industry when she studied Tourism Management at Cape Technikon. She then went on to work at the head office of Intercape Mainliner in Cape Town. In doing this, her passion for organizing events grew and she did a course in Event Management at Northlink College.
This enabled her to start an event management business called Phenomenon Events & Promotions with her husband André and together they make a formidable team. After moving to Pretoria, they also started a media company called Electronic Media, which is also making its mark in the media industry.
Currently she is co-presenting the radio programme "Kollig" which is broadcast on RSG Sunday mornings.