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LGBTI people in the DRC and Mozambique take to the air to foster understanding
LGBTI people in the DRC and Mozambique take to the air to foster understanding
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Mozambique, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people have taken to the...
90% local content: 'I'm Hlaudi Motsoeneng, baby!'
90% local content: 'I'm Hlaudi Motsoeneng, baby!'
There’ll be a reckoning to be had should any of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) radio stations choose to ignore chief operating...
Mushroom Hour Half-Hour: From pirate radio to podcasts
Mushroom Hour Half-Hour: From pirate radio to podcasts
Nhlanhla Mngadi, of the Mushroom Hour Half-Hour podcast, is not being nostalgic when he reminds me that the artwork that greeted revellers as they...
A jig for when the chips are down
A jig for when the chips are down
Zulu-speaking Sipho runs a shebeen in a backyard shack in the township of Temba, outside Hammanskraal.
World Radio Day: Time for the youth to step up
World Radio Day: Time for the youth to step up
On the outskirts of Johannesburg's trendy neighbourhood Maboneng lies a rather dilapidated yet funky building, with a backpackers around the corner...
Power FM: Technical challenges affecting listener numbers, says director
Power FM: Technical challenges affecting listener numbers, says director
Power FM executive director Andile Khumalo attributes the station’s dropping listenership to technical challenges rather than its loss of...
Good-news SABC is bad news
Good-news SABC is bad news
In 1994, the SABC was an exciting place to be, full of the promise of a new start. With new leadership, the corporation wanted to forget its past as...
More radio stations in Zimbabwe
More radio stations in Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe government plans to issue 25 radio licences for major cities and towns in the next two months as part of efforts to free the airwaves,...
Power FM: So far, so good
Power FM: So far, so good
The announcement of the station's lineup weeks ago created a stir on...
Digital did not kill the radio star in Africa
Digital did not kill the radio star in Africa
Radio threatens many of Africa's big men. Thugs working for Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe have recently been confiscating and...
[Podcast]M&G Newsroom podcast: 6 May 2013
[Podcast]M&G Newsroom podcast: 6 May 2013
The elaborate Gupta wedding saga, the Songs for Sekoto exhibition at Wits and more. If you missed us on the radio this morning, here's the podcast.
[Podcast]M&G Newsroom: April 15 2013
[Podcast]M&G Newsroom: April 15 2013
The news that had everyone talking: all about Cardinal Wilfred Napier's homophobic comments, the best and worst from SA Fashion Week and more.

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