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An Acapella Night with THE SOIL

Date: Jul 12, 2019

Come and enjoy “An Acapella Night” with The Soil...

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Johnny Clegg to be remembered on Friday

A memorial service for late musician, Johnny Clegg is to be held on Friday, July 26, at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.

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A successful radio career

2019 Liberty Radio Awards winner, Hlengiwe Khumalo, chats to us about her successful radio career.

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Eastern Cape government to honour Klate

The Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC) in the Eastern Cape is going to honour one of South Africa’s most decorated footballers Daine Klate.

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Comrades Marathon upon us

The anxious wait is almost over for about 20 000 runners who are set to tackle the 94th edition of the Comrades Marathon...

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Proteas lose to England in Netball World Cup bronze medal chase

The South African netball team lost 58-42 to England in a Bronze medal match of the 2019 Netball World Cup in Liverpool.

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National Arts Festival comes to an end

The final curtain at the 2019 National Arts Festival in Makhanda has dropped.

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Sho-Madjozi urges young girls to believe in themselves

One of South Africa’s best performers, who scooped the Best New International Act at the BET Awards in Los Angeles, has urged young girls to believe in themselves irrespective of where they come from or their backgrounds.

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Comrades Marathon unites South Africans

South Africans from all walks of life, who lined the Comrades Marathon route from Durban to Pietermaritzburg say this is one of the annual events that brings the nation together.

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SABC Radio records significant listenership growth

The programming and line-up changes at Radio 2000 also secured a significant 51.8% year-on-year increase in week cume listenership for the station, which is currently delivering 671 000 inclusive of all adults across all races per week.      

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