Local Voices

WITS RADIO ACADEMY  |  Podcast , ±2 min episodes every day  | 
Local Voices was established in 2019 as an election project. The partnership between Wits Radio Academy, the Media Development and Diversity Agency, the Children’s Radio Foundation, Africa Check and Open Society Foundation was meant to support election reporting on community radio. It has now made a return as a pilot project to give the work done at community radio level a wider range.

It is about stories of ordinary South Africans who have pinned their hopes on democratic South Africa to pay true to her promise of a free, fair and equal society.

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28
JAN

Makhubele happy to be going to Parliament

Limpopo’s Ponani Petunia Makhubele is amongst four candidates who have been sworn in as members of Parliament in a hybrid swearing in ceremony by the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Lechesa Tsenoli.
26
JAN

Anger over demolishing of houses in KZN

The community of Mpumpula in Duvela, kwaCeza, in KwaZulu-Natal is irate after White people destroyed their homes. Home owner, Nkosingiphile Mnguni, says the White men are making false ownership claims.
26
JAN

Uproar over demolishing of houses in Mpumpula

The community of Mpumpula in Duvela, kwaCeza, in KwaZulu-Natal is irate after White people destroyed their homes. Ward 4 councillor, Manyomfana Masondo, from the Ulundi Municipality is calling for an intervention.

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