trufm Podcast

TRUFM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 2 days  | 
trufmwas launched in 2008.The focus of the station is to groom the young people of the Eastern Cape and to be a platform for self-expression.The station broadcasts in English (40%) and IsiXhosa(60%)to theyouth of the Eastern Cape.

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APR

#truMornings: Ulwimi Lwethu

Mamela, uReggie Solani no AJ bencokola no Mnu Xolisa Tshongolo noyi Senior Provincial Manager ePanSALB, kwiphondo leMpuma Koloni. Bembuza ngamagama ayebizwa ngolohlobo oluthile kudala nawathe atshintsha indlela abizwa ngayo elixesha kunye namagama ekuthe kwatshintsha yintsingiselo yawo ngokuhamba kwexesha.
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APR

#truMornings: Ulwimi Lwethu

Mamela, uReggie Solan no AJ bencokola no Mnu Sabata noyi Director: Language Policy and Planning Education kwisebe leMfundo, kwiphondo leMpuma Koloni. Bancokole naye befuna ukuqonda ukuba ingaba lusemngangathweni ongakanani ulwimi lwesiXhosa olufundiswa ezikolweni zethu.
17
APR

#truMornings: Ulwimi Lwethu

U-Reggie Solani no AJ bancokola no Mnu Xolisa Tshongolo noyi Senior Provincial Manager yakwa PanSALB, kwiphondo leMpuma Koloni, bencokola umonakalo obangelwa kukuhlonitshwa kwamagama kulwimi lwesiXhosa.
09
APR

#truMornings Interview with Malibongwe Dayimani

Freelance journalist Malibongwe Dayimani posted an opinion about graduation ceremonies, where he stated that he felt that these ceremonies are increasingly becoming rowdy and chaotic. This became a trending subject on social media with many agreed and other disagreeing with him. truMornings spoke to him to find out his thought process and allowed listeners to comment on the issue.
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MAR

TMF interview with Sesethu Time

trufm's Buck Matyila spoke to Queens College rugby coach and social media sensation Sesethu Time. He is the man behind the phrase "Keep it going, keep it flowing like the waaaaaater."

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