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Matric Revision 2012 programmes available for free download

04/09/2012

Once again Bush Radio has made its series of 2012 Matric Revision Programmes available for free download below.

If you are in Grade 12 and feel you need advice, tips and other information for the specific exam paper, download the programme of your choice.

Right-click on the links below and save the MP3 to your computer or open in it on your cellphone.

* We have compressed the programmes significantly (largest file only 9MB) to save you bandwidth. High quality copies are available on CD (R 30.00 each) contact Bush Radio on 021 4485450.

Accounting (English & Afrikaans version)

Afrikaans HL Paper 1

Afrikaans HL Paper 2

Business Studies (English & Afrikaans version)

Economics (Xhosa version)

English FAL Paper 1 and 2

History Paper 1 and 2 (English & Afrikaans version)

isiXhosa Paper 1 and 2

Life Sciences Paper 1 and 2 (English & Afrikaans version)

Maths Paper 1 and 2 (Afrikaans version)

Maths Paper 1 and 2 (English version)

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Matric 2012 revision series on 89.5FM

20/08/2012

Bush Radio 89.5 FM and the Western Cape Education Department has once again partnered to help Grade 12 learners get ready for their final exams through a series of revision programmes. Please check below for a schedule of what will be aired, the dates and times.

If you are in Matric or know anyone who is, you owe it to yourself to tune into 89.5FM or on your mobile/computer via www.bushradio.co.za  and listen to the advice and tips in these programmes.

Let’s get through the Matric exams together on 89.5 FM!

Matric Revision Broadcast Schedule on 89.5FM:

Monday, 20 August – 8pm – Afrikaans HL 1
Tuesday, 21 August – 7pm – Afrikaans HL 2
Wednesday, 22 August – 7pm – Mathematics

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Monday, 27 August – 7pm – English FAL 1
Tuesday, 28 August – 7pm – English FAL 2
Wednesday, 29 August – 7pm – Business Studies

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Monday, 3 September – 7pm – Accounting
Tuesday, 4 September – 7pm – Life Sciences
Wednesday, 5 September – 7pm – History

The entire Matric Revision series will be made available for download via this blog shortly.

2011 Matric Revision Programmes available for download

13/10/2011

We have made our series of 2011 Matric Revision programmes available for download below.

If you are in Grade 12 and feel you need advice, tips and other information for the specific exam paper, download the programme of your choice.

Right-click on the links below and save the MP3 to your computer or open in it on your cellphone.

* We have compressed the programmes to save you bandwidth. Should you feel you need a higher quality copy on CD (R 30.00 each) contact Bush Radio on 021 4485450.

Afrikaans (Huistaal – Vraestel 1)

 Afrikaans (Huistaal – Vraestel 2)

English (First Additional Language – Paper 1)

English (First Additional Language – Paper 2 & 3)

Business Studies (English/Afrikaans version)

Business Studies (English/Xhosa version)

Economics (English/Afrikaans version)

Economics (English/Xhosa version)

Accounting (English/Afrikaans version)

Accounting (English/Xhosa version)

Life Sciences (English version)

History (English/Afrikaans version)

History (English/Xhosa version)

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Calling all Matrics – time to revise

19/09/2011

The 2011 Matric exams are fast approaching and Bush Radio 89.5 FM and the Western Cape Education Department is attempting to ease the stress of matrics through a series of revision programmes. Please check below for a schedule of what will be aired, the dates and times.

If you are in Matric or know anyone who is, you owe it to yourself to tune into 89.5FM or on your mobile/computer via www.bushradio.co.za  and listen to the advice and tips in these programmes.

Let’s get through these Matric exams together on 89.5 FM!

Schedule for the Matric Revision Programmes on Bush Radio:

Monday – 19 September – 7pm – Afrikaans (Home Language)

Tuesday – 20 September – 7pm – Afrikaans (Home Language)

Wednesday – 21 September – 8pm – English (First Additional Language)

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Monday – 26 September – 7pm – English (First Additional Language)

Tuesday – 27 September – 7pm – Business Studies

Wednesday – 28 September – 8pm – Economics

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Monday – 10 October – 7pm – Accounting

Tuesday – 11 October – 7pm – Life Sciences

Wednesday – 12 October – 8pm – History

Young people tackle the media

03/12/2009

Media Kidocracy Konference 2009 Bush Radio in association with the Children’s Radio Education Workshop (CREW) project is in the final stages of planning its 10th annual Media Kidocracy Konference (MKK).

The conference will take place from the 14th – 18th of December 2009 at St. Agnes Primary School in Woodstock.

A delegate at the first conference 10 years ago

Youth between the ages of 12 and 18 will get together to explore issues that are pertinent to themselves and their peers as well as use different forms of media to develop a media campaign that will create social awareness.

Topics will include: citizenship, child labour, substance abuse, language and culture, gender-based violence and pollution.

These will be explored through various media such as dance and/or drama, online and/or print, radio, T.V. and photography.

Through these media, they can critically appraise where they are now in life and how their current behaviour will help or hinder them achieve the future they want.

Background on MKK

As part of a growing need for youth participation in the decision-making process and policy formulation around children’s broadcasting, Bush Radio initiated a conference which would tackle these issues and also feed into this debate.

The Kidocracy (Kid-democracy) name was created for the event to denote a form of society characterized by social equality and acceptance of young people with representation for and by young people.

The Media Kidocracy Konference aims to establish critical awareness and understandings amongst young people by exposing youth to information and experiences that will enable them to identify issues they feel are relevant as well as explore the role of the media in creating an understanding of the social issue.

MKK also assists participants in devising strategies for addressing the social issues by using the media as a tool to help resolve and address these issues.

Corporates or individulas  interested in sponsorship opportunites around the event should contact Brenda Leonard.


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