Posts Tagged ‘soccer’

Win tickets for Ajax CT versus Cape Town FC

27/09/2017

ajax cape town sep2017Bush Radio is giving away 5 double tickets ABSA Woza Nazo tickets to watch the Cape Town Derby between Ajax Cape Town and Cape Town City on Saturday 30th September at 3pm at Cape Town Stadium.

These tickets give you special access to the hospitality area and include free food, drinks, a Woza Nazo tshirt and a snack pack. Premium seating is included.

To enter SMS: ABSA + your name and surname to 32158.

Entries close at 11h30 on Friday 29 September 2017 and the winners will be announced on the same day from 12:00.

  • This is lucky draw so enter often to increase your chances.
  • Please note that should your name be drawn you must be able to collect by 5pm on Friday, 29 September.
  • SMS cost R1 and free minutes do not apply.

 

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Get free tickets to see Bafana Bafana against Nigeria

04/09/2014

UPDATE: 9 September 2014

Congratulations to the winners:

Thapelo Leluma, Esther Rose, Brian Poulten, Samkelo Phamla, Ross Hamber, Faizel Petersen, Mimmie James, Mzuxolile Nyovane, Jacob Small, Cheslyn Louw, Catherine Arries, Jerry Chifamba

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Bush Radio 89.5fm is giving away 12 double tickets to the Bafana Bafana versus Nigeria match on the 10th September at the Cape Town Stadium.

If you would like a chance to win a set sms the keyword SOCCER and your name + surname to 32158 by no later than Monday the 8th September at 3pm.

This is a lucky draw so enter often to increase your chances of winning. Winners will be announced on the Morning Cruise on the 9th September after 9am.

SMS cost R1 and free minutes do not count.

These tickets to the Bafana Bafana vs Nigeria Orange Africa Cup of Nations 2015 final round qualifier at Cape Town Stadium on 10 September are brought to you with the compliments of the City of Cape Town. Making Progress Possible. Together.

Get your dose of GSM network information with MTN and Bush Radio (and win!)

07/06/2013

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Every Tuesday and Thursday starting from the 6th of June till the 2nd July on the Breakfast Rush at 8am, you can learn more about MTN Zone, Mahala, Data Packages, One for all, Mobile Money, Pro Pack, Cellphone fraud and Contracts.

MTN is also giving eight lucky listeners the opportunity to win a hamper to the value of R 1000 which consists of:

– Original AJAX CT Jersey (valued at over R500)
– Waterbottle
– Peak Cap
– Pen
– Lanyard
– Tshirt
– Bottle Opener
– Lip Balm
– Cooler Bag
– Drawstring Bag
– MTN Beach Towel

To stand a chance of winning the MTN hamper all you need to do is.:

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Tune into the Breakfast Rush on 89.5FM / via www.bushradio.co.za and answer the simple question that will be asked on Tuesday and Thursday at 8am.

Then all you have to do to stand a chance of winning is:

SMS the keyword MTN + the answer, your name + surname to 32158.

The winner will be announced in the next week’s show at 8:10am.

* Tuesday’s competition will start at 8am and end at 4pm on Wednesday
* Thursday’s competition will start at 8am and end at 4pm on Friday.

Enter often to increase your chances of winning. SMS cost R1 and free minutes do not not count.

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Sharing our heritage (Pics and Videos)

26/09/2012

Bush Radio spent part of Heritage Day 2012 at the Rocklands Civic Centre in Mitchells Plain as part of the Urban Renewal Programme for Khayelitsha & Mitchells Plain. The aim of the event was to use of arts, sports and cultural activities as tools for nation building.

Candice van Reenen, Senior Communication Officer of Government Communication Information System (GCIS), Western Cape shares government’s message about heritage day and her own views as a young mother.
Chief Niklasoa the First shares his views on the current status of South Africa’s first nations and heritage

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Win tickets to the Cape Town @8Nations Soccer (semis and finals)

29/05/2012

Bush Radio and City of Cape Town are giving away tickets to the Cape Town U20 International Soccer Tournament 

In the pack you will win

  • 2 x semi finals tickets for the 1st June at Athlone Stadium

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  • 2 x finals tickets for the 3rd June at Cape Town Stadium

2 lucky listeners will stand a chance of winning these packs.

SMS the keyword SOCCER + your name to 32158 its that simple to stand a chance to win.

The closing date for this competition is Thursday the 31st May 2012 at 3pm. The winners will be announced on Everyday People at 5pm the same day.

SMS cost R1 each and free minutes do not apply.

The mother gets soccer fever

26/05/2010

FIFA's Jerome Valcke and the LOC's Danny Jordaan with some of the Bush Radio staff and trainees

Original story published by Bush Radio News – 25 May 2010

With just over 10 days left before kick-off to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Africa’s oldest community radio, Bush Radio had the honour to host soccer bosses during its afternoon-drive show.

FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke accompanied by Local Organising Committee Chief Executive Officer Danny Jordaan were in studio with Everyday People’s Sive Msolo and Freedom Raphela.

Central to their discussions was the state of readiness for Africa’s first ever soccer showpiece.

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VIDEOS:

WATCH: Jerome Valcke’s message to all South Africans

WATCH: Danny Jordaan’s message to all South Africans with a little warning to the Stormers

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Valcke said the country was more than ready to welcome the world for the soccer spectacle.

“South Africa is ready for the world, which I think is the most important thing today, you will see that when the world comes to South Africa we will not only have 31 teams, but five thousand media representatives, officials, fans and all around 400 000 people coming to the country,” said Valcke.

Valcke said when these people leave the country after the 32 day soccer tournament, they will attest that they had a great time in the country.

Asked about the legacy of the tournament Jordaan said the country will benefit through sustainable develop in the areas of transport infrastructure as well as economic opportunities.

“If you look into transport, there has been a transport revolution in the country. We have upgraded the airport in Cape Town which means we will have more aircrafts landing therefore more people coming boosting tourism,” Jordaan said.