Welcome to Seereer Radio

The Voice of the Seereer Community

Seereer Radio was setup as part of the Seereer Resource Centre's educational initiative to preserve and promote Seereer culture, history and traditions. 


The Seereer people, to whom we broadcast for, are an ethnic group found  in Senegal, The Gambia and Mauritania. Other variations of their name include: Sereer, Serer or Sérère.


Seereer Radio is an online streaming radio station that educates and entertains. We broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for the Seereer community and all those who love Seereer culture and traditions. 


Listen to exclusive interviews and live topical discussions on matters relating to Seereer religion (a ƭat Roog), history and culture. Join the conversation by contacting us via Skype, telephone, text or e-mail. 


Along with topical discussions, we also play Seereer and Senegambian music for your total delectation. Request or dedicate a song to yourself, a friend or a family member using our request form. Check out our Programme Schedule and Presenters so that you can keep up with your favourite shows and presenters. For other ways you can listen to Seereer Radio please see Frequently Asked Questions. Don't forget to register so you can voice your opinion about a particular show on our Weekly Schedule, audios or videos


Thank you for listening to Seereer Radio, and we hope you will continue to find a home here and continue to allow us into your living room. If you wish to be a volunteer, please check out our careers page.

Documentary about the Seereer people

"Serer people. A couple of things to know about them." From "Lutteuses 47". A documentary by Elena Dalmasso.


"Lutteuses 47″ is a documentary about Senegalese women, their place in society and their determination and commitment as women, mothers and Badjenu Gox [aunt]."   (February 2013)

Official website : www.lutteuses47.com/about/

Download the Seereer Radio App

Our new App is here


Our old App is still downloadable and functions pretty well, but compared to the old, our new App has all the functions you need to enhance your listening experience. We have even thrown in free Seereer language phrases to help with your Seereer language studies. You can download it for free from Google Play or search for "Seereer Radio App" in your Play Store. Please help us by rating and reviewing our App so that we can continue to provide you with the best listening experience.  


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Obituary of Professor Issa Laye Thiaw


1943 - 10th September 2017


Our special tribute to Professor Issa Laye Thiaw

It is with great regret that the Seereer Resource Centre (SRC) and Seereer Radio find themselves having to announce the passing of our colleague and old friend Professor Issa Laye Thiaw. Professor Issa Laye Thiaw, also known as Mbañik Caw (his Seereer name, Thiaw is spelled Caw in Seereer) was a brilliant historian and author, and a very proud Seereer and African. A true guardian of Seereer tradition, religion, culture and ethics. He was a gifted and wise man who was always generous with his knowledge and time. The Seereer Community, the Senegambian community, and Africa have lost a great man. 

Read our full tribute here...




The long awaited Learn to speak Saafi-Saafi : The complete language course - part of The Seereer Resource Centre's Learn a Seereer Language Series (TM) is now available from Seereer Heritage Press and all major outlets including Amazon, Foyles and Waterstones. This book is in English - Saafi-Saafi. The French - Saafi-Saafi version will be coming out soon as well as the accompanying CD. The Seereer version of this series will be out soon. Check out Seereer Heritage Press and The Seereer Resource Centre websites for further updates. 


Authors: Tamsier Joof, Demba Sene and The Seereer Resource Centre

Editors: Tamsier Joof, Demba Sene, The Seereer Resource Centre and Professor Aliou Dione (Mara) 


Buy your copy from the publisher: Seereer Heritage Press

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