The 9 hour broadcast highlighted the work of Mxit and specifically how communities can use the platform to engage and solve social challenges, but besides all the serious things the “Alice in Wonderland” themed event had gaming, fantastic bands, good food and exciting announcements.
Soon after World of Avatar founder, Alan Knott-Craig made the announcement from the main stage, Marlon was on-air with Dr Victor Davids giving listeners insight into how Mxit could be used to address social issues. (LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW – Click here)
The broadcast also saw the official launch of the of the Bushradio-Mxit portal which enables listeners to send messages directly to the station via Mxit at only 2 cents per message.
Add the Bush Radio portal on Mxit as a contact “bush radio” and “Join the conversation” – after doing this Bushradio will be under APPS and then you can send us your messages
While the broadcast was happening the Breakfast Rush’s Sive Msolo took the opportunity to attempt fire-walking (see video)
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