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Help us change a life…

06/08/2018

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Bush Radio is non-profit community radio and has been offering broadcast and training facilities to the people of Cape Town for the past 23 years, since before our first legal broadcast on the 9th August 1995.

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An example of training course conducted at Bush Radio in 1993

As we celebrate our 23rd birthday, we are running a pledge drive during our birthday month – from the 1 – 31 August 2018 – where YOU can make a donation towards our work.

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Bush Radio newsroom trainees in 2005 (front Nadia Samie and Lunga Guza , back: Megan Paulse, Busi Mtabane and Bronwen Heather-Dyke

We call on former interns, staff, volunteers, board members, NGOs/CBOs, artists, musicians, designers and companies who have benefited from our broadcast and training services or who want to support our work, 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: 004909
Address: 37 – 39 Main Road, Mowbray, Cape Town, 7700
Swift code: SBZAZAJJ (for international donations)

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

For more information please feel free to contact us on 021 448 5450

If you are a (small or large) business you may want to consider showing your support by taking out an advertising package on the station.

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Come celebrate Victor J’s life

23/06/2016

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A memorial for the late Victor Jantjies is scheduled to take place at the Bush Radio studios on Saturday, 2 July 2016 from 12pm to 2pm.

All those interested in coming to share their memories and stories are invited.

The memorial will take the form of a live radio programme with Calvin Peters as the MC, and members of Victor’s family will be in attendance as we formally launch the Victor Jantjies Education Fund.

*** If you would like to join us please confirm by Wednesday, 29 June 2016 by calling Zimasa on 021 448 5450 or emailing mother@bushradio.co.za ***

We would also welcome any donations (coffee, tea, platters or financial) to assist us with this event.

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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Goodbye Victor J #RIP

02/05/2016

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The trainees, volunteers and staff of Bush Radio are saddened to announce the passing of our colleague and friend, Victor Jantjies.

We were informed early this morning by his family that Victor passed away in his sleep

We are unable to find the words right now to express the loss we feel of this wonderful person who brought light to station.

Victor joined Bush Radio in 1996 as a trainee from a media project and worked in various areas in the station. He is best remembered by listeners as the voice of the Breakfast Rush and Morning Cruise but he also served in various areas “behind the scenes”

Most recently Victor was standing in on the Morning Cruise and responsible for technical and music at the station.

We will keep listeners and friends updated to developments via this blog and our Bush Radio facebook groups.

Please feel free to share you memories of Victor here.

Where were you 18 years ago? Check out these promos

02/08/2013

On Friday the 9th of August (National Women’s Day) 2013, Bush Radio, Africa’s oldest volunteer driven community radio station celebrates 18 (legal) years on-air.

We will be having a special programme on the day from 2 – 4pm with many of the “old” Bushies. (see Calling all “old” Bushies)

Nigel Vermaas (host of Connected 2 Jazz) produced three promos (audio) for the programme. We thought we would share them here too. The promos feature Bassie Montewa the current host of Backchat as well as Dr Jeanne du Toit, Brenda Leonard and Sue Valentine and Victor J.



 

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Victor J says goodbye and asks you to grab this opportunity

15/02/2013


Bush Radio’s mid morning programme The Morning Cruise (9am to 12pm) requires an intern to help produce and present the programme on a daily basis.

The internship is voluntary but a transport allowance of no more than R 1000 per month will be offered.

As an on-air producer intern you will be required to be available before, during and after the programme to assist with production duties (8am – 4pm, Mon – Fri).

Requirements and Personal attributes:

* Professional, attention to detail, good time management, willing to learn all aspects of broadcasting, be creative, a people’s person, be articulate and a team player.

** Fluent in Afrikaans (does not have to be formal Afrikaans, jy moet die taal kan gooi)and one other official language.

*** The ideal volunteer for this position would be someone who is on a “gap year” or someone looking at gaining experience in the radio broadcasting industry.

Position Description:

* generate interviews and new show ideas
* Compile daily features
* Set up interview questions for each interview
* Liaise with guest and host of show
* Take photos/video of guest/interviews/events
* Promote the show via facebook/twitter etc
* Blog
* Work in a team to produce the programme
* Present segments of the programme.

Your application MUST include the following:

1. A motivational letter in Afrikaans (500 words maximum)
2. A detailed CV with 2 contactable references.

E-mail application to: feedback@bushradio.co.za – Subject line: Morning Cruise 2013

Application deadline: Friday 22 February 2013 @ 2pm

Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No correspondence will be entered into.

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GHD, stalking and where is Afrikaans going? – Fun with Emo Adams

18/01/2013


Entertainer extraordinaire, Emo Adams joined the Bush Radio Morning Cruise team yesterday (18/01/2013) to help spread the madness and share some of his wisdom – Emo is regular to 89.5FM listeners from his early days with the music group JAG, the shows District 6 – the musical and Kat and the Kings.

Here is a breakdown of what his talks (and sings) about in the video clip:

1. Emo rap
2. Modern Songs: Put your head on my shoulder / Put your ass on my face (00m.17s)
3. Where is Afrikaans going? (01m.51s)
4. Being quiet in Stilbaai (02m.43s)
5. GHD only works to a certain point (03m.20s)
6. On stalking and saying thank you (04m.10s)
7. Jy soen my nie meer nie…gaan was (05m.28s)

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Happy Birthday to Victor J (video)

01/10/2012

Bush Radio’s Victor Jantjies celebrated his birthday today – some of the guys gave him a small suprise in a very big box.

Who said mid-morning radio is only for background music?

29/02/2012

Winslow (left), Victor J and Somie

Just in case you didn’t notice, what with all the confusion caused by 2012 being a leap year, tomorrow is the 1st of March and this brings a programming change for us at Bush Radio 89.5FM. For the past few months Ruth Molteno (from The Dank!sh) has been holding down the fort while we develop a new team to run the Morning Cruise from 9am – 12pm.

We are pleased to announce that starting on the first of the month, Victor J, Somie and Winslow will lead a new-look Morning Cruise on 89.5FM.

The Morning Cruise is your mid-morning dose of that extra special something you need to jump-start your day. The team will still bring you daily inspiration, interviews, did-you-know facts, the important jobshop, career tips, topic of the day and more – but now with triple madness!

Who said mid-morning radio is only for background music and should be boring?

Some more info on the team:

Victor Jantjies

Returns to the Mother of Community Radio and brings his experience of hosting the breakfast show on 89.5FM (remember that show?) and will guide the team as their skills develop.

Chisomebi “Somie” Emma-Iwuoha

Somie is a digital junkie with a love for social media and all things music-related. This Nigerian native has been living in Cape Town for the past 11 years and has adopted the lifestyle and culture of the city – including Afrikaans!

Winslow Schalkwyk

Winslow is a performance poet and creative-writing facilitator who lives in Ravensmead. He has performed at various venues in Cape Town and has a passion for words and sound – and he’s ready to use the power held by these elements.


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