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Ukhozi FM retains its philosophy to educate, inform and entertain audience

Ukhozi FM is not only the biggest station in Africa, it is arguably one of the biggest in the entire world. Fulfilling a PBS mandate to broadcast in isiZulu and to further Zulu Culture, the station delivers information, education and entertainment to an audience of 7031 000 listeners (RAMS Feb 2013).

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Impact of SADTU protest on education

The Department of Basic Education seems to be unfazed by the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) strike stating that it has caused minimal disruptions at schools. The march is aimed at increasing the pressure on Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and her Director General Bobby Soobrayan to resign from their positions.

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Not all schools affected by SADTU protest

Teacher union Sadtu has organised marches in Pretoria and Cape Town where thousands of educators are expected to participate. Teaching at former Model C schools is continuing normally while township schools are expected to be disrupted on Wednesday. Teacher union SADTU has organised marches in Pretoria and Cape Town where thousands of educators are expected to participate.

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SABC INTERIM BOARD UNVEILS ACTION PLAN TO PARLIAMENT

Johannesburg- Wednesday 24 April 2013- The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) Interim Board, led by Chairperson Ms. Zandile Tshabalala, appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Communications (PCC) in Parliament yesterday.

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RE-SABC & METRO FM CSI INITIATIVE

"Kindness brings happiness", a beautiful African proverb that we try to live up to. That was the main theme of the day, at Umgababa (Umnini), Umlazi and Elangeni Hotel. SABC in partnership with Metro FM, the Office of the Premier of Kwa-Zulu Natal (Sukuma Sakhe), The City of Durban and the Umnini Traditional Authority were all part of the prestigious activities that took place in these venues.

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Celebrating achievements during Freedom Month

April 27th 1994 was an emotional day in our country’s history. Not only was it the first time our new flag was hoisted, but also the day we took our first steps as a truly democratic nation. We were excited about the election and had high hopes that freedom would bring a better life for all.

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