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LFM #WorldRadioDay - Khibika Natsi with MR Dladla

On 13 February 2019, UNESCO will celebrate the 8th edition of World Radio Day.

This day marks a time where people around the world celebrate radio and how it shapes our lives. Radio informs, transforms and unites us. It brings together people and communities from all backgrounds to foster positive dialogue for change. More specifically, radio is the perfect medium to counter the appeals for violence and the spread of conflict, especially in regions potentially more exposed to such realities.

On that basis, World Radio Day 2019 will celebrate the theme of “Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace”.
Broadcasts that provide a platform for dialogue and democratic debate over issues, such as migration or violence against women, can help to raise awareness among listeners and inspire understanding for new perspectives in paving the way for positive action.

Radio programming can also build tolerance and surpass the differences separating groups by uniting them under common goals and causes, like ensuring education for one’s children or addressing local health concerns.

In the spirit of celebrating World Radio Day 2019, an event open to the public will take place at UNESCO Headquarters on Wednesday 13 February 2019, from 11:00 to 16:00. Two radio stations will be broadcasting live, including Radio UNESCO, a temporary radio station dedicated to World Radio Day. In addition, a total of 10 “Speed Workshops” will be offered for all to gain hands-on experience in radio production. Registration is mandatory and can be done here.


Bonginkosi Dlamini was born on 24 April 1977 in Soweto township of Johannesburg, Gauteng province, South Africa, where Dlamini spent his formative years in Zola, sub-township in Soweto notoriously known for its high crime rate, from which he adopted his name.[1] Unemployment, alcoholism, and single parent families are the norm in Zola. Dlamini's father believed to be part of the Mchunu clan abandoned the family, leaving his mother to care for him and his older brother and sister when they were young. Zola himself served time in prison as a juvenile for car theft.[2]


Zola became well known for his role as the notorious gangster Papa Action in Yizo Yizo 2. The character was already popular in Yizo Yizo and had been portrayed by another actor. Zola resembled the previous performer, and his performance only increased the popularity of the role. He also performed the score and played a role in the Academy Award-winning film Tsotsi and the movie Drum. Zola also has a prominent role in the documentary SHARP! SHARP!- the kwaito story (2003) directed by Aryan Kaganof.Currently from 2015 to 2016 He has been a minor role actor on TV series, Isibaya & Zabalaza.

Career, Early 2015

Zola became part of the Utatakho tv programme. He mentioned that he didn’t expect the journey to be without emotion. His role was to intervene in the arguments and facilitate conversations between the parties involved until they get the fathers to agree to a DNA test. Some people were writing in asking to help them identify their real fathers, and others were asking to help them reconnect with their biological fathers. Stories were chosen based on their sensitivity and the reality of the budget. Utatakho was more heartbreaking for the children involved because the families and parents tear each other apart. Dlamini has worked in television long enough to know how to handle this kind of pain. It also helps that a professional counsellor is always present to mediate. Two of the st



Full Name: Andiswa Dennis Sifundza

Alias: Bonoswagg

D.O.B: 1988-12-17

Location: Mbombela Mpumalanga, South Africa

Day Job: Radio Presenter/Sport anchor & Reporter

Additional Occupations: Master of Ceremonies, Interpreter & Modelling.

Interests: Exploring Music­, Reading on various subjects, Fashion

Social Media &Digital world: @Bonoswagg (Twitter, Instagram and Facebook)

Year Active: July 2012- present


Known by his parents as Andiswa, Bonoswagg is a highly skilled Media personality who holds 6 and a half years of radio broadcasting experience.

This gentleman offers the finest and most polished Sports & Radio presenting at any given day on air.

He pretty much is a think tank and an inventor of new trends.

Large quantities of his time is spread across various sub-sectors in media.

His mastered duties vary from Presenting Sports, Writing or Producing Sports Bulletins, Researching, Field Reports and doing Narration Work.

Versatility learned at Community radio level (Barberton Community Radio) has equipped him to be a complete all-round presenter. In further Media duties Bonoswagg does astonishing Stadium Announcing, distinguished Voice Over and Advertisement work for Radio. Apart from life in the Media, Bonoswagg is humanitarian who co-manages a registered South African NPO- named Bonoswagg Books Drive; It focuses on distributing books and uniforms to children in society while also encouraging the Youth about the significance of reading through seminars.

Career Highlights

-In June 2013 he was amongst the top 3 finalist in the Johannesburg leg of the #SABC Sport Presenter search Programme. A show designed with the aim of identifying a presenter who would later represent SABC Sport at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

- Managing the sports department at a commercial radio station.

- Bonoswagg single-handedly covered the 2014 FIFA world Cup and 2015 CAF orange Africa Cup of Nations, 2017 Orange AFCON for Tiso Black owned radio s

African Root

Afrikan Roots is an international and unique house music band based in the capital city of South Africa, Pretoria. The five member band was founded in 2010 by the versatile percussionist Kenneth “Nyekx” Manyemula and consists of five members. Other music maestros in the band are Disc Jockeys Dj Maspila (Katlego Mabasa) and Dj Mosco (Musa Mmotsa), pianist Mercedes Boshego and guitarist Sbusiso Masilela, the latter two who goes by their roots names.

In its inception stage, the group started as Black Boyz and later changed its name to Black Motion in 2009. A year later, Nyekx, the founding member of both Black Boys and Black Motion, split with the group to establish the expansive Afrikan Roots to accommodate a new vision espoused on a variety of African rooted instruments such as percussions, guitars, pianos and drums to deliver live performances each time the band is on

The foundation phase of Afrikan Roots is layered on endurance encountered in the heartless music industry. The band learned valuable lessons from the split with Black Motion and emerged with that rare African identity which is today the lifeblood of the Afrikan Roots.

After Learning between right and wrong through its music journey, Afrikan Roots came with a new sound which the group coined as “Chubba Cabra.” This phase represents the formalisation of the band as a professional house music band. Afrikan Roots entered the commercial music market in South Africa with hit singles “Akuluwo” in 2011/12 and followed that up with “Ko Morago” and from then it has been hit after hit.
The group was earlier signed to Sheer Music (2018), later to 999 Records until they gained their independence in 2016 to establish their own stable named Roots Kooperative.

Today, Afrikan Roots is a house hold name in South Africa and has a unique signature sound of a house music band that performs live music through instruments such as percussions, guitar, and organ mixed with the common DJ mixer board. Over the years

Candy Tsa Mandebele

Here are eight things you don’t know about Candy:
• She has worked at a tea farm in Tzaneen, earning R180 a month
• She fell pregnant at 17, and at 20 had another child
• Her firstborn died in a car accident
• She is a grandmother to a seven-year-old
• Her hairstyle bears a traditional symbol, worn by women of the Bolobedu tribe – it symbolises that she is of age and ready to be made a wife
• She suffers from Type 2 diabetes
• She is loving and kind
• She founded the Candytsamandele Foundation to help needy children


Steve Kekana (born August 4, 1958 in Zebediela, Transvaal) is a South African singer and songwriter. Kekana lost his sight at age five, and attended a school for the blind in Pietersburg. During the school years, he nurtured his love for singing, and became a member of amateur groups during the teenage years.
In 1979 and 1980, Kekana won what was then known as the SABC Black Music Award for best male vocalist. Kekana's Raising My Family was a big hit in Europe in 1980. In total, Kekana has recorded more than forty albums. His songs "The Bushman" and "Feel So Strong" (featuring Hotline) were hits on the Springbok Radio Chart (the semi-official South African chart of the time) reaching number 13 and number 6 in 1982 and 1983 respectively.
He has worked with the likes of the late Ray Phiri and the late Nana Coyote.
Steve Kekana is a university graduate with B Juris and LLB degrees. He is an Advocate and a lecturer in Labour Law at the University of South Africa.
Steve Kekana was honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award This year by the SAMAs.


Shota has certainly stayed true to his music inventive from the days of Shana. Shota shook the music scene with his solo album ‘Afro-Rawmantic’ in 2011 and immediately took the dancefloors over by storm. ‘Afro-Rawmantic’ boasts hits like ‘Sengikhathele’ ft. Euphonik, ‘Abantu Bami’ ft. Professor, ‘Etshwaleni’ and the list goes on. In 2015 he released a dance album produced by top local and International producers including the well renowned Timmy Regisford, who is simply put out, as one of the great legends of dance music. Timmy Regisford is known for his brand of soulful house music sound that has shaped the face of house music today.

4 Hermes Place, Bloubosrand, 2188 Tel/Fax: 011 462 4124 Cell: 0736678817 email: website:

The album was produced by Timmy Regisford, Adam Rios, Disciples of House, DJ Mizz, Trademark and many more, fused with Shota’s sensual tone and lyrics that speak directly to the heart which he is well known for, and international beats which make a well rounded Soulful house album for lovers of quality house music. The full album was released in USA, Japan, Korea, China, Europe and Africa, followed by a tour in the UK. Shota is back now in 2018 with a fresh sound with his new single ‘Amatafula’, this festive will definitely be one to remember in the music space!

Mnqobi Mdabe known simply as Shota was born and raised in Kwazulu-Natal, Ntuzuma (Location). He realized at a very young age that he had been bitten by the music bug and not only did he want to share his God given talent with others, but he also wanted to create a long lasting legacy for artists. After COMPLETING HIGH School, he went on to study for a Diploma in LIGHT Music at the then Natal Technikon alongside long time friend Nkosinathi Maphumulo now known as ‘Dj Black Coffee’. This is where they met up with ‘Demor’ Sikhosana and the trio formed the popular group ‘Shana’ in 1997 with Shota taking on the Lead Vocalist ro

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