Radio Khwezi attended the 19th ABC Motsepe SASCE Schools Eisteddfod in KwaZulu-Natal.
Khwezi journalists Don Dlamini and Linda Zulu attended the 50th year Anniversary of the Anglican church at Melmont on 2 June 2019.
The KwaZulu-Natal provincial government called to a prayer day
Khwezi was present at the official renaming of Stanger Hospital after the name Umkhonto Wesizwe Veteran General Justice Ginzenga Mpanza.
On 26 April 2019 the uMvoti municipality mayor Cllr TC Ngubane and his council members visited Engome area, ward 14 at the Inkosi Bhambatha Sports ground.
Radio Khwezi held a “live debate” on Saturday 04 May as part of our program “Iso Lekhwezi” from 18h00- 20h00
Young Tigers were crowned the champions of the 1st Greytown Super16 after their 3:1 win against the young boys of Seven Stars Fc on 19 - 21 April.
A lot was at stake when 16 local teams clashed in this year's Easter Super 16 Greytown Soccer Tournament.
Blessing Sincuba and Nqobile Xulu from Radio Khwezi attended a three-day workshop.
On 09 - 10 April Radio Khwezi attended the African Union Development Agency-NEPAD’s event on Championing Agenda 2063 for #TheAfricaWeWant in Sandton, Johannesburg.
On 13 April 2019 Radio Khwezi attended the 2019 Liberty Radio Awards and Conference at Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton.
Radio Khwezi attended a combined workshop for community radio, tv and print media on 16 and 17 April at the Onomo Hotel in Durban.
Radio Khwezi attended and reported on the Siphiliswe organisation AGM
The Glorious Sound is an ensemble comprised of various music groups with members in East London, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town and Durban.