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South Africa’s commercial radio stations

A guide to South Africa's commercial radio stations, which includes what each offers, what frequency to tune into and where the broadcasting areas are.Brand...

Oscar and the photo of the witness

The trial of Oscar Pistorius is precedent-setting, not least for the amount of international attention it is getting. On a real and practical level, it offers the space for the media and the justice system to redefine the margins of what is, and what is not permissible.

Power on the airwaves

A stellar line-up of some of the nation's most well-known presenters make up the team on the new Power FM talk radio station – with some surprises among them. The station promises something new and different from other talk radio offerings.
Radio in South Africa

Boosting mental health reportage

The South African Depression and Anxiety Group has announced it will hold the country’s first mental-health reporting seminar for print, broadcast and online journalists.
Better HIV reporting in SA media

Beaming 2010 to the world

Beaming 2010 to the world

The most watched sporting event on the globe requires a world-class broadcast solution, and the opening of South Africa's International Broadcast Centre has provided just that.
Digital set-top boxes 'on sale in 2010'

2010 broadcast centre ‘ready to go live’

South Africa's R978-million International Broadcast Centre is ready to transmit images of the 2010 Fifa World Cup to billions of viewers around the world, the organisers said as local and international media were given a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility last week.
Nelson Mandela: SA 2010 envoy

2010 World Cup field complete

The final field of 32 teams for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa was decided on Wednesday evening when five playoff ties were decided - one in Africa, three in Europe and one in South America.
'Unprecedented' interest in Africa news

2010 matches free-to-air for Africa

Fifa and the African Union of Broadcasting have signed an agreement that will see all 64 matches of the 2010 Fifa World Cup broadcast live on free-to-air television and radio in 41 territories in sub-Saharan Africa.

From Liliesleaf to Robben Island

On 11 July 1963 a raid by apartheid police on a small farm outside Johannesburg eventually led to decades of imprisonment for the leaders of South Africa’s liberation movement – including the country’s future president, Nelson Mandela.

Joburg to host 2010 broadcast centre

Joburg to host 2010 broadcast centre

World football authority Fifa has confirmed that the Nasrec Expo Centre, to the south of Johannesburg, will be the home of the International Broadcast Centre, the nerve centre for all television operations and the world's news agencies during the 2010 World Cup.


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