Posts Tagged ‘bushradio’

Calling all young designers

21/09/2018

cosatu PSA bush design 2018COSATU and Proudly South African are calling on young designers of clothing, jewellery, shoes or any other local products to participate in the Small Business Conference taking place on the 11 October 2018 from at the Cape Town Convention Centre.

Designers can participate in the fashion show to showcase their products and designs, and will also be given a stall for FREE to exhibit their work to businesses and industry.

To participate, call Lumka Tamboer at COSATU on 021-4480045 or email tamboer@cosatu.org.za

Deadline: 25 September 2018

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Give Peace a Chance

20/09/2018

The 21st of September marks the International Day of Peace. It is a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.

In 2003 Bush Radio started its “Bush against War” campaign, at the time the United States government and its allies issued an ultimatum to Iraq around the issue of weapons of mass destruction. Bush Radio held various protests and “pavement broadcasts” encouraging a peaceful resolution. Unfortunately what is now known as the “Iraq Conflict” is still ongoing.

We at Bush Radio continue to encourage peaceful resolutions, but we can’t just hope, we encourage all listeners and supporters to “Listen, engage and do!” around all conflicts.

*The audio in the clip is taken from our original ultimatum in 2003 – the announcement is voiced by the late Zane Ibrahim and the remixed version of the anti-war song – Give peace a chance by John Lennon, features the voices of Ready D, Godessa and the young people from our Children’s Radio Education Workshop (CREW)
*Pics sourced from the Bushradio Picture archive
*The conflict is also known as the War in Iraq, the Occupation of Iraq, the Second Gulf War, and Gulf War II. The period of the war lasting from 2003 to 2010 was referred to as Operation Iraqi Freedom by the United States military.

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Join our team (Volunteer Internship Opportunity)

14/09/2018

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Bush Radio is opening applications for internship positions for those interested in getting into media. No prior formal qualification is required.

The internship will provide basic experience in journalism, radio content production and multimedia.

Please read the requirements below CAREFULLY – should the information be incomplete or incorrect, your application will not be considered.

Are you…

Curious, adventurous, always looking for a story, willing to hunt down a source, hungry to learn, energetic, able to speak, write and read in English & Afrikaans/Xhosa, willing to explore new frontiers in media?

Would you like to…

Record sound, conduct interviews, compile bulletins, read bulletins, take pictures, record video, cover events, test your skills LIVE to a listening and online audience of over 375 000 people, generate interview ideas, liaise with guests, assist presenter, research, package and present, liaise with listeners regarding programmes, updating blogs/websites, present as needed / capable, participate in outside broadcasts or events, build your career and profile?

Requirements:

  • No formal qualifications are required but the candidates must be computer literate and understand, write and read English and one other language (Afrikaans or Xhosa)
  • You will be required full-time (ie Monday – Friday) or shifts (06h00 – 14h00 and 10h00 –18h00 –including weekend and public holiday shifts depending on the area you are placed.
  • You must be available to start immediately.
  • You will not receive payment! This is a volunteer internship at Africa’s leading community radio station. Transport allowance of R500 per month for 3 months (probation), increased to R 1000 thereafter, non-negotiable for 9 months.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be put through a combination written test (for computer skills, language, general knowledge) and a voice test. – If selected for the test it will happen the week of the 25th September 2018

How to submit your application:

  • Only emailed applications will be considered.
  • Download and complete the CV Application, attach documentation (certificates etc) and email to intern2018@bushradio.co.za
  • In the subject line clearly state: Intern October 2018
  • Application deadline: 24 September 2018
Bush Radio reserves the right not to make an appointment – Only shortlisted candidates ill be contacted – No correspondence will be entered into. If you have been contacted within one week of the closing date you should consider your application unsuccessful.

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RIP Nosi (6 August 1991 – 9 September 2018)

10/09/2018

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We at Bush Radio are heartbroken to learn of the passing of Nosiphiwo Nabatala yesterday (9 September 2018).

Nosi was a member of Bush Radio’s Children’s Radio Education Workshop (CREW) from the age of 14 years old.

A dynamic and vibrant young women with a passion for working with young people, she continued to be involved in the project fulfilling the role of facilitator and organiser within Bush Radio for both CREW and the Media Kidocracy Konfrence. She was last working as a branch co-ordinator at Ikamva Youth SA.

We would like to extend our condolences to Nosiphiwo’s family, friends, colleagues and members of CREW.

August is over, keep it going!

01/09/2018

A big thank you to all who contributed during our birthday month. If you were unable to donate in August please consider doing it now or setting up a monthly debit order to help us continue our work.

Your contribution makes the continued existence of Bush Radio possible, and also makes the opportunity available to others to benefit from Bush Radio’s services.

Our bank details are as follows:

Standard Bank: Bush Radio Training Account
Account number: 071194185
Branch: Mowbray
Branch code: 004909

If you would like a receipt for your donation, email the proof of payment to: donate@bushradio.co.za

For more information contact Bush Radio on 021-448 5450.

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How do you feel about South Africa?

21/08/2018

We asked people how they feel about South Africa. Find out where they are getting their information by watching the “Where do you get your information?” VideoVox.

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Where do you get your information?

21/08/2018

Watch the following VideoVox on where people get there information:

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Our birthday month advertising special

25/07/2018

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For our regular 2018 rate card and station profile (CLICK HERE)

What can we learn from Nelson Mandela?

18/07/2018

We asked a few listeners what we can learn from Nelson Mandela and his life.

Check out pics and videos from the Bush Radio team painting a school in Mfuleni as part of our 67 minutes for Mandela activities. CLICK HERE

Getting to grips with challenges of Community Radio @DeptDoc

10/05/2018
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Deputy Minister of Communications with Khusi and Tyler from the Morning Cruise

The Deputy Minister of Communications, Ms Pinky Kekana visited Bush Radio on Thursday (10 May 2018) as a lead up to the department’s budget vote in Parliament.

During her visit, the deputy minister said that she is visiting Africa’s oldest community radio station project to better understand the challenges facing the sector and the unique challenges facing each station.

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Intensive discussion with Bush Radio regarding the state of community media

After the visit to Bush Radio, Kekana addressed the National Community Radio Forum Western Cape Meeting where she said that the Sentech issue; where stations’ transmissions were cut due to arrears, was a wake-up call to the Department of Communication.

She said that the discussion on the challenges would be taken forward at the proposed Community Media Summit, and that the summit would be solution orientated.

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The Deputy Minister being shown the operational transmitter used in Bush Radio’s pirate transmissions pre-1994

The Deputy Minister also discussed the role of government to provide an enabling environment for the sustainability of community broadcasters by assisting in opening doors from corporates through advertising.

Related:

Community Radio Under Attack From Sentech Demands

UPDATE: Community Radio Under Attack From Sentech Demands

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