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Friday, 27 April 2012 09:02

Day Show 11:00 -17:00 hrs

  • Mbali Mthethwa



    presents “Woza Nendlebe” Midday Show

    speaks IsiZulu, English, Venda and Afrikaans

    loves reading & research, singing, cooking & baking, travelling, planning events

    and favours the taste of seafood, roasted meat and ‘isjingi’ (pumpkin dish)

    “Enjoy the blessings that you have received and don’t wish to be someone else.”

  • Lindiwe Buthelezi


    presents “Ezomame (Ingxubevange)”

    speaks English, IsiZulu, IsiXhosa and a bit of Afrikaans
    loves reading, relaxing or being a helper

    and favours the taste of chicken and lasagna
    Lindiwe strives to uplift her community and enjoys interacting with people from all walks of life, via radio.

    “Ladies, let us shine in our families and everywhere. Everyone, let us give love without limit.”

  • Lindiwe Phungula



    presents “Masiwe Ngedolo”

    speaks IsiZulu and English

    loves music and taking walks


    and favours the taste of – grilled steak, vegetables and fruit


    Lindiwe is glad for this means of communicating with people and wishes our listeners much blessing as they listen to Radio Khwezi.


  • Nomusa Maphanga


    presents “Zimnandi Ngokuphindwa” & Drama

    speaks IsiZulu and Englishloves reading, playing computer games, netball or volleyball

    and favours the taste of – her mom’s mutton stew

    Nomusa loves radio presenting and discovered this interest at Radio Khwezi while doing volunteer work.
    “Spread love and kindness wherever you go and strive to make a difference. Bring hope to the hopeless and put a smile on the depressed!”

  • Jenny Christmas



    presents “Very Easy English”
    speaks English, IsiZulu and a bit of Afrikaans and German
    loves making cards and scrapbooking
    and favours the taste of – masala fried mutton chops & green beans
    34 years ago Jenny had a life-changing experience that brought her peace and joy, and motivates her in her radio work.
    “I love interacting with people and passing on what I’ve learnt”.

  • Ntombi Dlamini



    presents “Duduzanani”

    speaks Siswai, IsiZulu and English
    loves reading and jogging and favours the taste of – veggies and fruit
    “Khwezi is one of the only community stations where you get comfort for soul, mind and body. So stay tuned to Radio Khwezi !”

  • Thomas Dumisani Mhlongo


    is Drama Producer and Music Presenter
    speaks Zulu, English, Afrikaans and a bit of isiSwati and isiXhosa
    enjoys music, volleyball and playing UNO cards
    loves grilled chicken and dumplings
    “Khwezi is the biggest community radio station in KwaZulu/Natal and with its full spectrum of programming it has the potential to serve the whole province.”



  • Daniel Wunderlich


    produces German programmes, masters the website and maintains the computers

    speaks German and English

    loves to spend time with his family, enjoys volleyball and is fascinated by LED lighting

    Though being from Germany, he enjoys a good sizzling South African braai.

    “For me Radio Khwezi is a calling. We have come a long way, but there are new challenges waiting. Let's tackle them! “



  • Marius Gouws

    is Studio Manager and Technian
    speaks Afrikaans and English
    loves taking walks
    and favours the taste of ‘mieliepap’.
    Marius is interested in sound, electronics and in people. His radio work offers a blend of all three interests.
    “It’s wonderful to make a small contribution to a great cause.”

 


Thursday, 09 February 2012 11:34

Radio Khwezi: A community radio success story

Radio Khwezi (which means “the morning star” in isiZulu) is the most successful and largest rural community radio station in South Africa. Situated near Mapumulo in the KwaZulu Natal heartland, Radio Khwezi, a non-profit organisation (NPO), has been broadcasting programming for the community, by the community since 1995. With a broadcast footprint that covers the KwaZulu Natal midlands and north coast areas, Radio Khwezi enjoys the support of over 140 000 listeners a day—the vast majority of whom are from rural, underdeveloped and economically disadvantaged communities. Broadcasting from two transmitters (Greytown on 90.5FM; and Eshowe on 107.7FM), Radio Khwezi broadcasts 80 per cent in isiZulu—each day broadcasting an hour in English, Afrikaans and German. Radio Khwezi works together with the rural communities it serves to develop, produce and broadcast quality programming with sound values geared at educating, empowering, mobilising and uplifting the social, economic and spiritual lives of individuals, families and communities. Programming reflects the interests of the rural community and is balanced with national and international priorities, all presented with a local flavour. The station broadcasts news, current affairs and educational programmes, talk shows and local dramas. Music programmes dedicate the majority of air time to local content while nurturing the talents of local choirs and gospel artists.

The programming and journalistic excellence of this rural community radio station is widely recognised. In the past five years, Radio Khwezi’s awards have included:

  • 4 MTN Radio Awards won in 2012
  • Best Community Radio Station in Africa, presented by AMARC, the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters
  • Vodacom’s Ten Years of Democracy Prize
  • The Vodacom Journalism of the Year Award (won in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007)
  • Five national Department of Communication awards including Best Community Station in KwaZulu Natal.

This level of commitment and dedication has seen Radio Khwezi “benchmarked” by the media sector in South Africa as an example of excellence in community radio—an achievement made even more remarkable by the fact that the station is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. A true community radio station, Radio Khwezi is the trusted voice for rural communities in KwaZulu Natal.

 

Thursday, 09 February 2012 12:03

Our objectives

 

 

  • To be a viable, credible alternative to the public broadcaster for rural communities throughout the KwaZulu Natal midlands and north coast areas.
  • To develop, produce and provide ethical programming and development media aimed at educating, empowering and uplifting the community.
  • Through good business practices, sound programming policies and journalistic excellence, to increase our listenership base and become the largest and most successful community radio station in South Africa.
  • To enhance and actively encourage the participation of the community in the activities of the station.
  • To forge and nurture mutually beneficial partnerships and strategic alliances with and between Radio Khwezi, the community, civil society organisations, the business sector and government.
  • To participate in the rebuilding and strengthening of civil society and to support and help deepen the impact of other civil society organisations working in the interests of the community.
  • To promote the role of community radio in support of democracy, development, the empowerment of communities, freedom of expression and the combating of all forms of discrimination and poverty in South Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 10 February 2012 09:32

Mission / Vision

Our Vision:

Radio Khwezi strives to contribute to a society in which all forms of poverty, discrimination and injustice have been eradicated, and the marginalised rural community is empowered and mobilised to engage in their own development.

Our vision is to be a successful, vibrant and energetic tool for positive change, leading by example as a flourishing, sustainable and professional community radio station.

Our Mission:

Radio Khwezi works together with rural communities in the KwaZulu Natal midlands and north coast areas of South Africa to develop, produce and broadcast quality, sustainable programming with sound values to educate, empower, mobilise and uplift the social, economic and spiritual lives of individuals, families and communities.

Friday, 10 February 2012 14:48

Broadcast Area

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