On Thursday, 13 December, the Women's Institute in Dalton, Kwazulu-Natal, organised a lunch for the elder citizens in the area.
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RAMS, just released on 4 December 2012, give Radio Khwezi 272 000 listeners, which makes Khwezi the biggest community station in the Province of KZN. Our daily Sunday listenership stands at 107 000
SAARF RAMS 20 December 2012
On 22 November 2012 the Department of Correctional Service in KwaZulu Natal hosted an event of donating starter kits to some parolees in this province. They also educated community members and officials about a Electronic Monitoring Project which works with a satellite to detect those that are serving their sentences out of correctional facilities. Dignitaries from the Correctional Service Head Office were also there as well as some religious leaders. Everybody was overjoyed because the department mentioned that by giving out these starter kits that include sewing machines and welding machines, they are giving parolees a chance to start their own businesses and to develop others as well.
On Saturday 22 September the King of the Zulu Nation King Goodwill Zwelithini Zulu was among the dignitaries and the community that attended the Heritage Day event that is held annually at Stanger (KwaDukuza) under Ilembe District Municipalty. This event is the way of commemorating KingShaka, son of King Senzangakhona who was the Zulu King that was victorious and formed the Zulu nation in this province. Delegates from the provincial government were there including the chiefs (amakhosi) and izinduna(headmen) from different tribes in the province.
Heinrich Botes attended the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington DC (USA) in July 2012, as a Radio Khwezi foreign correspondent. He reported on the conference during an interview with Marius Gouws on Khwezi’s Wednesday Afrikaans actuality programme . He also set up an interview for Voice of America with the International HIV/AIDS Director of World Vision. At the Conference he met several delegates from South Africa, some of whom recognized the lanyard of his Radio Khwezi press card.