VOW FM Moments

WITS RADIO ACADEMY  |  Podcast , ±14 min episodes every 5 days  | 
Vow FM 88.1 is a campus-based community radio station operated broadcasting from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. The station has a variety of music and talk show that reflect the life of the youth, students, politics and tackles social issues. On this platform you can stream and download special moments that happened on air and interviews that you missed. You can also tune in LIVE via https://iono.fm/s/101

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21
NOV

VOW FM Drive chat to Kneo Mokgopa about the 2019 Nelson Mandela lecture

Ant sat down to chat with Communication and advocacy manager at the Nelson Mandela foundation about the 2019 Nelson Mandela lecture. They talk about how lecturers and topics are selected, the highlights of the 20 years and this year's event. The lecture was delivered on the 23rd of November by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng on "Constitutionalism as a tool for transformation".
19
NOV

I Talk Youth with Siyabonga Motha

Newly elected Wits University SRC President talks about his plans for the term and also reflects on what the previous administration did for the students of the University.
19
NOV

I Talk Youth with Siyabonga Motha

Independent journalist Ayanda Sishi talks about the commission of inquiry into state capture, and also analyzing its purpose and why it is an issue of public interest.
14
NOV

VOW FM Drive introduces you to the Safelet South Africa.

With Safety concerns increasing in Johannesburg Ant sat down and spoke to Safelet South Africa's director Simone da Silva. The device is a bracelet that doubles as a panic button, retailing for R999, accompanied by an App. The app is free to download from the Google Play Store and iStore.
13
NOV

Attention all CAs the VOW FM drive talks to Deloitte for you!

Do you have a CA qualification? Want to work in a professional environment for one of the biggest firms in South Africa? Have a listen to what Deloitte has to offer for you. Zethu Dhlodhlo joins Siv and Ant on the VOW FM Drive to talk about Deloitte, the opportunities you can have with them as well as talk about the position Deloitte made specifically for her.
12
NOV

VOW fm Drive unpack copyright law

Ever wondered what is meant by copyright? Wondered what to do if someone steals your ideas? Siv and Ant talk to scholarly librarian Denise Nicholson to talk about the copyright law in South Africa and how the new legislation changes copyright.
11
NOV

Her mind Seminar on the VOW FM Drive

Siv and Ant sat down and spoke to Her Mind seminar co-ordinator and 4th year social work student Nyameka Mbonambi. In recent years South African Universities have made news headlines due to the increasing numbers of suicides and attempted suicides amongst students. In 2018 at least 23 suicide attempts were reported in one of South Africa’s larger universities. The Her Mind seminar was an opportunity to open a dialogue on mental wellness on the various Wits Campuses.The event was part of a Social Work community development project hosted under the Counselling and Careers Development Unit (CCDU).
29
OCT

Community Safety Special Broadcast - Zodwa Nkosi

Zodwa Nkosi, actor in the play "Hear Me Now", whose character explained the lives of women who are victims of intimate partner violence and the role that communities and the societies play in either assisting or breaking down victims.

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