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27
MAR

Tech Talk: with Sphumelele Zondi

The majority of the country has been told not to move on the streets for at least the next three weeks. Some say the shutdown could last longer than the 21 days if South Africans don't do things right and if peioke continue to be infected and continue to die. Today we heard that the infection rate from the Coronavirus is now at over one thousand in South Africa with 2 deaths from the virus. In order for us to reduce chances of infecting each other so we also keep the death rate down, we have to stay at home as much as possible. Some say they will lose an income, but some can actually work from home. Siphumelele Zondi is here to talk to us about that.
23
MAR

EMPLOYEE OF THE WEEK

"Umama engimphakamisayo Ngu Captain Busisiwe Dube wase Standerton Fcs, ukhulisa abantwana bakhe ababili ngayedwana uwumphathi wophiko oluphenya a macala abucayi, ufana nomama kithi mawumdinga njengomphathi uhlezi etholakala, noma umdinga njengoSisi, uya understander ngoba sibuye sigange, kunakho konke ungowesifazane omesabsyo kakhulu uNkulunkulu, kaningi nje ngoba esendimeni yabesilisa okuhle akwenzayo akubongwa bahlezi bembheka amaphutha, ngyathanda ukuthi uMzansi umazi ngalokhu uNkulunkulu amenze khona" From Nonhlanhla Dubazana
20
MAR

Troy Nkazimulo Sthembiso Ngema

Troy Nkazimulo Sthembiso Ngema
Born: July 2000
Origin: Emandeni, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa
Genres: House music
Occupations: Music Producer, vocalist, songwriter, DJ
Years active: 2010 to present
Lables: TNS Music

TNS, A self-taught multitalented artist had strongly believed in the fact he would one day make it and change his home situation and it was till he met fellow artist that he produced two Song of the year namely Club Controller which featured Prince Kaybee and Zanda Zakuza beginning 2018.
In 2018 TNS Produced another Song of the year “Banomoya” featuring Prince Kaybee and Busiswa.
In 2019 he decided to release his first single ‘My Dali” which topped the charts Nationally. The young Mr Ngema did a song with industry legend Dj Tira titled “Amashankura” which is really loved by people.
Nkuzimulo signed in a Joint venture with Sony Music, one of the largest Record
labels globally. Umona is the latest single he produced where he featured Mpumi on it, the song
is topping the charts nationally and also his debut Album Madlokovu released in September 2019 is also doing well both streams and units. Umona is a contender for Song of the year 2019 across the South Africa and neighbouring countries. Umona Music Video reached 2 Million views in One month and it is currently on 2,5 Million.
Awards
20
MAR

Tech Talk: with Sphumelele Zondi

The Weeknd's new album After Hours broke all records with about 1 million pre-adds before the album was released today on Apple Music. Pre-adds are an equivalent to pre-orders. This meant the Weeknd had a guaranteed number 1 album. His previous album Starboy was also number 1 in the US. This is proof that the music album sales business is still a very viable business. It's just that peioke have moved elsewhere and buy music differently. Today we are talking online music sales and distribution with Siphumelele Zondi.
19
MAR

GLOBAL CITIZEN: Nkhensani Shiburi

My name is Nkhensani Shiburi and I am a 30-year-old female from Tembisa, Gauteng.
I studied Biokinetics and did my Honours in Sports and Recreation Management at the University of Pretoria but left shortly after graduating for what would be an amazing 7 years of cruise ship work and travel. I have travelled to 30 plus countries owing most of it to my job.
It is not an easy job as you are away from family and friends for 6-8 months at a time and depending on your position on board, are working every single day of those months. Some days you work long hours (like days at sea) and others are half days (usually port days). I've been blessed enough to work in a position that gave me an opportunity and enough time to explore every country and island we visited. All I can say is we have a beautiful world out there that I encourage every single person, if they are able, to go out and explore themselves.
18
MAR

Ezibukwayo – no Nicholas Maweni, Chairperson of SAMRO

Ezibukwayo – no Nicholas Maweni, Chairperson of SAMRO
I READ A PRESS RELEASE, RELEASED BY SAMRO IN CONCERN FOR ALL ITS ARTIST WITH GIGS BEING CANCELLED LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTER. IT’S A LEGIT CONCERN FOR ALL MUSICIANS AND DJ’S, LETS CONVERSE WITH SAMRO CHAIRPERSON ON POSSIBLE WAYS TO HELP ARTISTS NOT TO LOSE THEIR HOUSES ASSESTS IN THESE TRYING TIMES.

SAMRO appeals to Financial Institution & landlords to save local artists amid Covid19 onslaught.

South Africa’s response to the detection of the Corona Virus in the country, as announced by President Ramaphosa, is expected to have a substantial and long-lasting effect on several industries, in particular those that derive their income from hosting and preforming at events. “SAMRO appreciates and welcomes the President’s swift action to contain the spread of the Corona Virus, we are gravely concerned about what this ban on large gatherings will mean for our members’ financial well-being,” said Nicholas Maweni, Chairperson of SAMRO.
17
MAR

Personologiest Lwazi Mchunu

We all react differently under stress based on our thinking style. Whilst some people may seem slow to act, others are quick to react. Sequential thinkers need to understand everything from the beginning and only panic on the last minute whils on the other side obecjtive thinkers are quick to react, sometimes to the point of jumping to conclusions. Are you the kind of person who waits till the end need who needs to understand everything in detail before reacting or are you the type of person that reacts quickly to the slightest of news? And if you are what are the pros and cons of your Thinking style.

With South and the world battling the coronavirus pendamic, join us to understand how your Thinking style influences your reaction to world news and current events.
16
MAR

Employee of the week

Ngyanibingelela kwi1223 basakaz bam ngicela ningisize ningithwesele uZakhele Ncongwana uphaphe legwalagwala usebenza a Unisa ePretoria usebenzakanzima uyawthanda umsebenziwakhe akaphumuli nangomgqibele umthola esemsebenzin uyazihluphakakhulu ngomsebenzi wakhe.
11
MAR

Ezibukwayo – ne Cast yeSidingo

Celebrating 21 of Isidingo on air

"The decision to decommission Isidingo was informed by a number of factors which includes poor audience ratings during the time slot, decline in revenue and poor return on investment.
"The organisation was faced with no option but to review the performance of all programmes on the channel that are not performing and to ensure that the channel's content is competitive and commercially viable." said Mr David Makubyane, SABC Acting Group Executive: Television.
Originally produced by Endemol Shine Africa, Isidingo was once labelled "cutting-edge" for its groundbreaking storylines - including HIV-positive and gay characters.
The series premiered on SABC 3 in July 1998 and is broadcast on SABC 3 from Monday to Friday at 19:00.

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