Natasha Ramsahai is an On-Air Meteorologist for 680 All News Radio and Citynews. As a member of the Citynews weather team she can also be seen on Breakfast Television.
No stranger to Toronto media, Natasha has held many roles. Prior to Citynews she was one of the Senior Meteorologists at the CBC News Weather Centre for 7 years. She was key to the creation and building of the CBC National Weather Centre from 2004-2005. After it launched, she specialized in national, international and local Toronto coverage for CBC News, as well as weather reports for travelers at some of Canada's largest airports including Toronto Pearson International Airport. She was also the sole Meteorologist on CBC Radio One's Metro Morning from 2002-2003 with host Andy Barrie. In between CBC radio and television, Natasha leapt to Toronto1 as the Meteorologist for its morning show, Toronto Today, from 2003-2004.
Natasha was born and raised in Scarborough, Ontario. After earning an Honours B.Sc. in Environmental Science from the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus in 1998, Natasha took on a variety of weather and broadcast oriented jobs - including job-shadowing a Toronto TV weatherman when she was just 15, summer interning at The Weather Network and a two-year stint as a University of Toronto campus radio host for a hip-hop/reggae show on 89.5 fm - while earning her Masters degree in Earth and Space Science (Meteorology) from York University (2001). While at the Weather Network, she earned the title of full-time Operational Meteorologist and Briefer, and eventually, On-air Meteorologist.
Natasha is an accredited weathercaster of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society in television and radio.She does charity work and volunteers her time with a number or organizations including Easter Seals Ontario and Providence Healthcare Foundation.
Keith T. Kadete, popularly known as MC BONDE 'the voice of AFRICA' has been in the entertainment business since 1995, kicking off his career as a DJ in clubs and parties around his home country of Zimbabwe and in Canada, but he later switched to become an MC/Hype man at most African parties/concerts/weddings around North America, the UK and South Africa. MC Bonde has hosted events such as the 2010 All African-All White Boat Cruise, Miss Afri-Canada 2009, Miss Afrique-Quebec (Montreal), Miss ZimExpo Canada2009, Miss ZimUSA 2010, the 49th Nigerian Independence Party and Concert featuring 2face Idibia, most of the Zimbabwean independence party celebrations…just to mention a few.
MC Bonde is also the co-founder and radio host of an online radio station called Zimbabwe's Online Entertainment (ZOnEt-Radio). ZOnEt-Radio plays music from Africa 24/7 which boasts of a talented line-up of DJs from around the world. MC Bonde's shows are on LIVE every Thursday and Friday 5pm to 7pm eastern standard time and can be listened to via the website, www.zonentradio.com. He is also a co-host on the African Drive on CHRY 105.5fm with Ghana's DJ Hype Green every Tuesday morning 10 am to 12 noon. This show has more than 52 000 listeners every Tuesday and can be heard via 105.5 on the fm dial / Rogers Cable Channel 945 / www.chry.fm MC Bonde is also the host of the African Music Video Show on Amet-TV. The show is on every Saturday, 7pm to 8pm (Rogers Channel 122 / Bell Channel 207) www.amet.tv / email@example.com for any feedback.
MC Bonde is the go to guy when it comes to Livening-up a party/show/concert/wedding with not only his smooth and clear voice, but with his jokes and crazy costumes during the event and also his entertaining dance moves on the dance floor.
MC Bonde was awarded the 2010 ZimExpo DJ of the Year in Washington DC for his great work as an MC and Radio DJ in the African community during the annual Zimbabwean Business Expo (ZimExpo) that takes place every year in the United States during the Memorial Day long weekend.
With so much work in the African community as an MC in North America, MC Bonde has been dubbed 'the voice of AFRICA'