Radio Khwezi’s soccer team participated at the CFT soccer tournament that was held at Gateway, Sport Arena, on 11 February 2012.
16 different teams from all over KwaZulu Natal joined the event which started at 9am and ended round 4pm.
Besides having its own soccer team, Radio Khwezi also covered the entire event.
We would like to use this oppurtunity to congratulate the winning team once again:
Harbook – from Harding
Radio Khwezi attended a workshop to promote democracy through increased community participation, a partnership between the DDP, Vuleka Productions and four community radio stations in KZN.
Interview with Commander Prince Tshabalala, Staff Officer External Corporate Communication in the South African Navy at the SADC Chief of Navies conference for Maritime Security in Durban
Radio Khwezi recorded a professional group of musicians from Munich, Germany on Thursday, 15. March. The world class quartet "Harmonic Brass"
gives about 150 concerts per year and performs all over the world.
Khwezi at DDP conference
24-26 April at the Elangeni Hotel in Durban
Peter Rice represented Radio Khwezi at the DDP conference. He received a certificate of recognition on behalf of Khwezi. Radio Khwezi is now an official partner of the DDP. The Democracy Development Program (DDP) exists to deepen democracy through the promotion of good governance, democratic governance and social justice. We will soon be doing radio drama’s and talk shows together aimed at empowering and activating citizenship.
Trip to Bangumuzi Primary School on the 19 of April 2012
A local business man Mr. Vusi Sibiya started a campaign to sponsor school uniforms and food parcels to school children in and around the Greytown area. It is his way of giving back to the community. Radio Khwezi ‘Ezabasha’ (youth) presenter was invited to witness the event and do some recordings. It was a very successful day.
Women’s Day commemoration at Msinga
Radio Khwezi in partnership with Msinga local Municipality celebrated a very successful Women’s Day on 9 August.
This event was held at Bathembu Hall near Tugela Ferry. The main aim of the event was to celebrate and give recognition to the role of women, particularly care givers in our society.
A care giver is a person who cares for the sick voluntarily. Most of them at Msinga aremothers and widows who leave their struggling families behind to take care for other people who cannot help themselves.
There was also a competition organised by the municipality in which seven groups of care givers competed by singing songs related to what they do every day when treating sick people.
The meeting was honoured by dignitaries such the Msinga Mayor, Chiefs, Members of the Executive council, counsellors and others.
Radio Khwezi directed the whole programme and also brought along gifts and food parcels sponsored by local shops as tokens of appreciation to care givers for what they are doing in the area.
As always, entertainment made up a great part of the day. Amongst the Gospel artists that performed on the day were Mpumelelo Hlophe and Omama Benqaba yamakhatholika.
The campaign, QTLC (Quality Learning and Teaching Campaign) was launched on 29 August.This was an event that was held at KwaMenyezwayo in eMabomvini under Inkosi TTK Ngubane in KwaMaphumulo. Six schools under kwaMenyezwayo were involved in the organisation of the event including: Hlomakancane Primary School, Dangazela High School,Theo-Hlalanathi High School,Ogagwini High School, Thandayiphi High School and Mpangele High School.
8 September...Ithala bank and Ikhwezi FM in a joint venture have started a tour from Tugela Ferry and are moving all around Kwazulu Natal. At the Ithala branches they are motivating and encouraging people to open any type of account at iThala bank. Grand prizes are up for grabs e.g. stoves, fridges and many more are available when you visit the event.