General Manager / Host Morning Spice

SHAIYAZ MOHAMMED

A BIT ABOUT ME

Born: Lautoka, Fiji.
Marital Status: Married and have a daughter and a son.
Radio Experience: 24 years in broadcasting.
Hobbies: Gardening, Cooking , Volleyball, Family Time, Relax in Park or at Beach and go to bed early.
Favourite Holiday Destination: Anywhere in Fiji.
Favourite Food: Fish Lolo or Dhal, Fried Fish with Coconut Chutney.
Favourite Drink: Coconut water
Favourite Snack: Bongo
Things I Hate: Going shopping and waking up till late.
Strength: Prayers of parents.
Retirement Dream: Want live in Pukekohe, a hidden paradise about 56km from Auckland City.

JOIN ME ON MY SHOWS

HOST:
MORNING SPICE (6AM – 9AM) – MONDAY – FRIDAY

This show begins at 6am and ends at 9am and in three hours listeners are able to get a full plate breakfast from
all latest news sports updates to Bollywood, health benefits to unlimited sparky entertainment.




LATEST NEWS

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Taj Mahal reopens after longest shutdown

Roy Krishna to stay in quarantine in NZ before he joins club in India

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Teenager burns legs and feet in geothermal mud pool near Turangi

Postal voting registration in New Zealand extended to next Monday

Auckland to move to Covid-19 level 2, rest of NZ to level 1, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces

No new Covid-19 cases in New Zealand today

Australian and British nationals killed in bomb blast in Solomon Islands

Cabinet to review the nation’s current Covid-19 alert levels today

Two people who travelled from NZ tested positive in Malaysia for Covid-19

Truck crashes on Auckland Harbour Bridge

3.5 magnitude earthquake felt near Wellington by over 2400 people

New Zealand First aims to cut price of cigarettes to $20

Cotter confirms Fiji coaching line-up

Mass deaths of migratory birds reported in New Mexico

Small North Canterbury town turns out in droves to oppose the opening of a new liquor store

NSW government allows major venues to operate with 50 per cent capacity from next month,Up to 40,000 fans allowed at NRL playoff matches

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