Posts Tagged ‘support’

Opening streets and doors

28/09/2017

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As part of Open Streets Main Road on Sunday, 1 October 2017, Bush Radio will be hosting a “Pavement Broadcast”, as well as an Open House.

Open Streets Main Road aims to bridge social and spatial divides in Cape Town by encouraging people to think differently about how we move around in the city. (visit Open Streets)

October 1’s Open Streets will be the longest to date. It will entail close to 5km along Main Road between Observatory and the city centre. The main road will be closed to motorised vehicles and it will become an open space for pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders, wheelchair users and other non-motorised transport users to move in safety.

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Bush Radio’s Sunday programmes will be broadcast from outside the building at 330 Victoria Road in support of the activities for the day. We encourage listeners and supporters of the Open Streets initiative to pop by the station and talk with us.

People are also encouraged to come and check out the station where volunteers and staff will give guided tours of the station, and share information on the work of Africa’s oldest community radio station project.

Open Streets Main Road and the Bush Radio “Pavement Broadcast” and Open House runs from 10am to 3pm.

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A message for all about 2017

31/12/2016

A message to all our listeners and supporters as we come to the end of 2016. Thank you from all of us.

Thank you for the continued support

15/09/2016

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We would like to thank everyone who donated during our birthday month and for those have not, please note that you can still donate to help the station.

As a not for profit corporation and an independent community radio station Bush Radio relies on sponsorship, trade exchanges, selling airtime and donations to keep its doors open to promote media freedom and training.

We encourage you to make a donation no matter how large, and for entrepreneurs and established businesses to contact us to see how we can work together.

Our banking details:

Bank: Standard Bank
Name of account: Bush Radio Training Account
Account number: 07 119 4185
Branch name: Mowbray
Branch code: 051001
Address: 37 – 39 Main Road, Mowbray, Cape Town, 7700
Swift code (for foreign donations): SBZAZAJJ

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

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us on 021 448 5450.

Help us change a life …

11/08/2016

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Bush Radio has been offering broadcast and training facilities to the people of Cape Town for the past 21 years, since our first legal broadcast on the 9th August 1995.

As we celebrate our 21st birthday, we are running a pledge drive during our birthday month – from the 1 – 31 August 2016 – where YOU can make a donation towards our work.

As a non-profit community radio station, we call on former interns, staff, volunteers, board members, NGOs/CBOs, artists, musicians, designers and companies who have benefitted from our broadcast and training services to contribute towards making a difference in the lives of others.

Through such donation, you will contribute to the continued existence of Bush Radio, and also make the opportunity available to others to benefit from Bush Radio’s services.

Our bank details are as follows:

Bank: Standard Bank
Name of account: Bush Radio Training Account
Account number: 07 119 4185
Branch name: Mowbray
Branch code: 051001
Address: 37 – 39 Main Road, Mowbray, Cape Town, 7700
Swift code (for foreign donations): SBZAZAJJ

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

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us  on 021 448 5450.

Victor J funeral details and call for support

11/05/2016

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The Jantjies family have provided Bush Radio with the details below for Victor’s funeral.

14 May 2016 (Saturday)

09h00 – Home (21 Madeliefie Street, Laingville, St Helena Bay)
10h00 – Service (Laingville Civic Centre, Strand Straat, Laingville, St Helena Bay)

Donations (financial)

All individuals, friends and groups who wish to make a financial donation to help with the funeral arrangements for Victor, can use the bank details below to make their contribution:

Bank: Standard Bank
Name of Account: MDDA BUSH
Account Number: 07 135 25 38
Branch code: 051001

*Please use VICTORJ as a reference.

Donations of non-perishable items (coffee, teas, sugar, milk, biscuits etc) can be dropped off at Bush Radio (330 Victoria Road, Salt River, 7925).

Help to give Victor J a fitting send-off

07/05/2016

1.JPGBush Radio volunteers and staff would like to thank everyone for their messages of support and offers of assistance as we mourn the loss of Victor Jantjies.

The station has put together a small committee to oversee how we could assist the family in the best possible way.

All individuals, friends and groups who wish to make a financial donation to help with the funeral arrangements for Victor, can use the bank details below to make their contribution.

Bank: Standard Bank
Name of Account: MDDA BUSH
Account Number: 07 135 25 38
Branch code: 051001

*Please use VICTORJ as a reference.

Donations of non-perishable items (which do not have to be prepared) can be dropped off at Bush Radio (330 Victoria Road, Salt River, 7925) during office hours.

The funeral is scheduled for Saturday the 14th May 2016 and will be held on the West Coast. A memorial is being planned by Bush Radio for later in May.

Final details for the funeral will be released on this blog and via Bush Radio Facebook page.

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Are you happy with the proposed local music quotas? ICASA invites your input.

04/08/2015

UPDATE: ICASA has granted an extension on written submissions
new deadline: 31 AUGUST 2015
chad saaiman vodfunfest alThe Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) have recently called upon individuals and groups to make written input into the draft regulations on South African music content (ie quotas)

The regulations will guide all radio stations in SA as to how much local music they must play.

Highlights of the proposed regulations are:

  • Community radio 80% local (eg Bush Radio*, Zibonele, CCFM etc)
  • Commercial radio 35% local (eg KFM, Heart, Smile, Highveld, YFM)
  • SABC “Commercial” 35% local (Metro FM, 5FM + Good Hope FM)
  • SABC Public radio 70% local.(excl SABC “commercial” above)

Written representations with regard to the draft regulations must be submitted to ICASA by the14 August 2015. (CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS)

Enquiries should be directed to 011 566-3259; between 10h00 and 16h00, Monday to Friday.

Persons submitting written representations are asked to indicate whether they want to make oral presentations as well.

*Bush Radio currently plays a minimum of 50% local music.

Support Shifty September and win “The Vinyl Solution”

28/08/2014

shifty bush wrsSupport the Shifty September campaign and stand a chance to win some classic SA vinyl!

The Wrong Rock Show on Bush Radio 89.5FM is giving away one “The Vinyl Solution” reward worth R1000 to a lucky supporter of the Shifty September crowdfunding campaign .

The campaign celebrates 20 years of democracy in South Africa, Shifty’s 30th birthday and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

A number of events are planned for September, culminating in the Shifty Heritage Music Festival on Heritage Day in Johannesburg, featuring many of the label’s legendary artists.

What can you win?

If you pledge your support by buying any Shifty September reward, and enter your name in the Wrong Rock Show give-away, you stand a chance of winning one “The Vinyl Solution” reward, which includes:

• Voëlvry LP [signed by surviving Voëlvryers]
• Repackaged: Bigger than Jesus LP [signed by Warrick Sony]
• Pot-luck of 3 rare original still-in-their-plastic Shifty Records [it’s a surprise]
• 2 tickets to the Shifty Heritage Music Festival
• A thank you with your name on the virtual wall of thanks exhibition + a surprise Shifty gift

How to enter?

• Go to the Shifty September Thundafund Page and buy any reward ranging from R150 to R3000.

• Email us at wrongrockshow@gmail.com, or contact us on Facebook to submit your name for the draw.

• We will verify your pledge with Shifty Records and on 16 September 2014, once the Thundafund campaign is closed, we will draw one name from those entered as the winner of the vinyl goodies.

Tune in! On Monday 1 September 2014 the Wrong Rock Show will be joined by Warrick Sony for a special 2-hour preview of the Shifty compilations to be released as part of the campaign.

They are:

• Shifty & Quirky
• Shifty Blue
• Shifty Love
• Shifty Pop
• Shifty Protests
• Shifty Rocks

Please note:

• If you cannot attend the festival and cannot nominate anyone to receive your tickets, we will draw another name to give your tickets to.

• If you cannot attend the festival and collect your LP’s, you will be asked to pay postage for delivery.

Go pledge!

The Cape Town Top5 is back!

13/03/2014

Check out Everyday People every Thursday when we bring you the Cape TOP 5 before 5pm, showcasing the tracks from Cape Town’s best artists.

If you like it and want to keep the tracks in the TOP5 before 5PM chart, all you need to do is VOTE.

Sms the word TOP5 and the name of your favorite artist to 32158

Or

Get the Bush Radio Mxit app on your cell phone by visiting: http://mxitapp.com/bushradio

Tune into 89.5 fm every Thursday 4.30pm To 5pm to hear the full tracks or visit the CAPE TOWN TOP5 Page

Let’s support and encourage our local artists and musicians

*R1 per SMS and free minutes do not apply.

*The Top5 will be compiled using totals from the Bush Radio Mxit App and sms’s to 32158.

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See you at the Barleycorn Music Festival 2014

05/03/2014

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This weekend (8 March 2014) you can catch the Annual Barleycorn Music Festival at the Maynardville Open Air Amphitheatre from 4pm.

This year the event will feature: Black South Easter, Hotel Iris, Mothercity Mojo, James Harvey and James Hall, Digby & the Lullaby and much more.

Tickets are R60 for adults (under 12’s enter for free) and are available at the venue or via the Barleycorn Music club.

CLICK HERE: Listen to the great radio ad – Voiced by Blues in the Bush host Dr Ian Bell

Some background on the Barleycorn Music Club:

Barleycorn’s principal function is to promote & present the best local, original music. Over the years, the Barleycorn has played a role in the musical careers of a number of now household names. David Kramer recorded his first album ‘Bakgat’ at the club in 1980 and others who’ve enjoyed our support include Amapondo, Flat Stanley, Freshly Ground, Steve Newman & Tony Cox amongst a very long list!