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R&B star Ne-Yo to perform at the MAMAs in KZN

Posted by radio On June - 24 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Grammy Award winning R&B icon NE-YO, has today been confirmed to perform at the MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015. The event, sponsored by KwaZulu-Natal in association with Absolut Vodka and in partnership with The City of Durban, will take place at the Durban International Convention Centre on Saturday 18 July 2015.



Performing songs from his sixth studio album ‘Non Fiction’ the singer-songwriter expressed his excitement about his first ever performance in the South African city, “I can’t wait for you to see what I have in store Durban! I hope you’re ready, because I am!”
Since smashing onto the top spot of the Billboard Hot 200 Chart back in 2006 with his sophomore single “So Sick”, NE-YO has spent the last nine years churning out hit after hit, not only as a performer, but as a songwriter for his megastar peers Beyoncé, Rihanna and the late Michael Jackson to name but a few.



Multiple platinum singles, four hit albums and three Grammy Awards later, the hit-maker is ready to share his latest work with the world.
Bruce Gillmer EVP, Music, Talent Programming and Events, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) commented: “We are thrilled to have NE-YO join us in Durban.  He’s an incredible artist who will elevate the MAMA to new highs.”



Commented Alex Okosi, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) Africa, “We are very excited to welcome NE-YO to MAMA 2015 for his first ever appearance in Durban.  As a sensational live perfomer and truly accomplished R&B star, NE-YO’s an all-round class act who will greatly complement the African performers on the show.”



Celebrating the evolution of African musicians by recognising contemporary artists and trailblazers across a range of music and lifestyle categories, the MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015 will broadcast live across Africa on MTV Base (DStv channel 322), MTV (DStv channel 130) and BET (DStv channel 129) on Saturday 18 July at 21:00 CAT. The show will also be transmitted worldwide on partner stations and content platforms including BET International from 18 July. In addition, a special MAMA-themed edition of MTV’s acclaimed World Stage franchise will air globally on MTV channels around the world on 27 August 2015.



Tickets for the 2015 MAMA are on sale at Computicket priced R267 (standing). A percentage of proceeds from the sale of the tickets will be donated by MTV Base to deserving causes in KwaZulu-Natal.

DStv, Gagasi FM and Yfm are the official media partners of the MTV Africa Music Awards 2015 KwaZulu-Natal.



For more information on the MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015, please go to or, like us on Facebook at, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MTVBaseAfrica. To join the conversation about the awards please use the hashtag #MTVMAMA2015.

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Last week, SAMRO Foundation administrators and a distinguished panel of adjudicators completed an intensive selection process – narrowing a pool of 35 applicants to 12 semi-finalists. On 27 August these talented South African vocalists, six in Western Art (“classical”) music and six in Jazz, will compete live during the intermediate round of the Foundation’s annual Overseas Scholarships Competition. One singer in each category will claim the ultimate prize: a R170 000 study award and the opportunity to accelerate their journey towards artistic and creative excellence.


The SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition has evolved much over 53 years. This evolution has followed South Africa’s compelling journey towards a unique cultural identity that reflects our history, our struggles, triumphs and visibility on the global stage.




“We are now starting to hear a truly South African sound” notes Andre Le Roux, Managing Director of the SAMRO Foundation. This year, SAMRO Foundation administrators and adjudicators took note of and were impressed by several candidates who chose South African compositions for their competition repertoire. Compared to previous years, “there seems to be increased appreciation of South African composition. For us as a Foundation within Africa’s largest music rights organisation and composers’ society, this is proof that we’re doing impactful work to preserve our rich heritage and shape the new inclusive voice of our country.”





All 12 semi-finalists are between 22 and 30 years of age (average age 25) and are pursuing their passion as top achievers in the music world. Many have already honed their musical prowess as professional performers.




This year’s top six in the Jazz music category are:
Ms Amy Campbell (UCT) 
Ms Mikhaela Kruger (UCT) 
Ms Palesa Modiga (UCT)
Ms Nelmarie Rabie (TUT and UP)
Mr Kwena Ramahuta (UKZN) 
Ms Amy Walton (UCT)

The Western Art music category’s semi-finalists are:
Mr Khanyiso Gwenxane (TUT and UCT) 
Ms Andiswa Makana (TUT) 
Ms Nombuso Ndlandla (NWU) 
Mr Levy Sekgapane (UCT) 
Mr Makudupanyane Senaoana (UCT) 
Ms Victoria Stevens (UCT) 

Four finalists – two in each category – will compete for top prizes on 29 August at the Linder Auditorium. This thrilling final round is open to the public, features live accompaniment, special guests and performances of a selection of musical works including a South African composition specially commissioned for the occasion.

The SAMRO Overseas Scholarship Competition rotates every year between awards for vocalists (2011, 2015), instrumentalists (2012, 2016), keyboard players (2013, 2017) and composers (2014, 2018). At least three SAMRO Overseas Scholarship winners have been recognised as Standard Bank Young Artist Award recipients, and countless others have gone on to pursue successful professional careers as internationally renowned Western Art and Jazz musicians. Each year, candidate submissions are evaluated by a panel of adjudicators appointed from the top echelons of music academia and practice.


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The Fête de la Musique in Johannesburg is back!

feteEstablished itself as one of the fastest growing festival brands in South Africa, the festival drew 5 000 people in 2012, 8 000 people in 2013 and 10 000 people in 2014.

This year the event promises to be bigger and better as it moves to its new home at Newtown Junction in the heart of downtown Jo’burg.


Various stakeholders from the greater Newtown Cultural Precinct area will be involved in multiple live performances and programming activities spread throughout the day, and all come together at the exciting Newtown Junction precinct. The Bassline, The Market Theatre, Artist Proof Studios, The Dance Corner, The Photo Lab, Sci Bono Centre and others organisations will participate in this annual and uniquely FREE celebration of music and culture.


The 4th edition of Fête de La Musique promotes musical diversity and showcases a broad mix of music ranging from pop, rock, hip-hop, jazz, traditional and even to brass band music. Some of the international musical line-up festival goers can expect on the day include:


Jaojoby (Madagascar) is commonly recognised as the most popular singer in Madagascar and the Indian Ocean islands. Widely referred to as the “King of Salegy” , the grooviest and most popular music genre of the island. His success has earned him such honours as Artist of the Year in Madagascar (1998–1999) and the role of Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund in 1999.


Benjamin Piat (France) presents his very personal Chanson Française, mixing up touching lyrics, captivating melodies and lively beats. After performing more than 300 gigs, and winning an award at the “Chant’ Appart” Festival, Benjamin Piat is proud to present his brand new record “Boîte à Musique” with his debut South African show.


Grèn Sémé (France/Reunion Island) succeeds in bringing their ‘Maloya’ sounds far beyond Reunion Island’s borders. Their music, deeply rooted in tradition, explores new horizons and new sounds. In this laboratory comes to life a mix of singing and experimentation, between blues and joy, rebellion and tenderness, that they call “evolutive maloya”.


Fete de la Musique is thrilled to announce the following South African acts will be performing alongside the three amazing international artists already confirmed by festival organisers.


Fete de la Musique favourites BCUC and  Bongeziwe Mabandla will headline this year, alongside a slew of relative newcomers including Coal Train Band, Bambani Brass Band, Go Barefoot, Miss Bubu and The Meerkat Mob.


The full programme will shortly be made available on and



Saturday 27 June 2015

Newtown Junction Precinct

10:00 am to 7:00 pm

International and local artists

Performances spread over 4 stages

Safe parking with more than 2000 bays

Speciality Food and Coffee trucks

A Heineken Beer garden

A Custom Skatepark

Custom arts & crafts, and photo exhibitions


The 4th edition of Fête de La Musique in Newtown is presented by the Alliance Francaise of Johannesburg, the French Institute of South Africa, Newtown Junction and the Bassline.

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Joyous Celebration to hit Mpumalanga

Posted by radio On June - 22 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Following smash hit performances in three major cities, South Africa’s most loved gospel ensemble heads to Mpumalanga for a highly anticipated show and for the MTN Joyous 20 cast auditions. The gospel group is set to perform favourite hits from their 19th album titled Back to the Cross on 04 July 2015 at the Banquet Hall in Middelburg, while auditions will take place on 03 July also in Middelburg.


jc18Fans can look forward to a sterling performance of Joyous 19, presented with the distinct Joyous flavour that’s made the ensemble the household name it’s become. “This year’s inspirational theme, Back to the Cross, explains our focus for the year which is all about looking back to where everything started, The Cross. This is translated through the music as the group will perform favourites old and familiar Sunday school hymns that fans know and love from years back but this time they will have a new feel or the “Joyous injection” as well as new compositions which our fans love and have been enjoying for the past 19 years.” says Jabu Hlongwane.


Another new and exciting edition to the show is Mpumalanga born and award winning comedian Elton Mduduzi Ntuli who is widely known as “The 1st Ndebele Comic”. Elton is a story teller of note who has hosted various events and functions including Gospel shows and his set promises to bring inspiring and entertaining comedy to the show. Fans should also get ready for the much talked about Mpumalanga leg of the auditions which will take place on 03 July in Middleburg.


“These auditions give many artists who are gifted an opportunity to be part of the remarkable MTN Joyous Celebration family. We have a sterling cast and believe that we will discover great talents that will match with the current ensemble. Gauteng, Eastern Cape and North West have given us their all and Mpumalanga should do the same.” says Jabu Hlongwane.


To participate in the auditions, one must be 16 years and above and has to pre-register as a vocalist or a musician playing an instrument. To book a spot in the auditions, register by simply sending an sms as follows:

“Name, ID number, vocalist” OR “Name, ID number, type of instrument”.

SMS to be sent to 38004 and charged at R10 per SMS.


Applicants on the day will need to come with the reference numbers that they will receive after they have registered. The SMS line is open and will close at midday on the 01st July 2015. Shortlisted and successful candidates will be informed at the end of September 2015.


“MTN Joyous Celebration is a fantastic group and true reflection on South African music talent and we are proud to be the brand supporting this dynamic, ever evolving and innovative group”, concluded Larry Annetts, Chief Marketing Officer: MTN SA.


In true MTN Joyous Celebration style, the group will give a phenomenal performance of their 19th album titled Back to the cross on the 04th July at the Banquet Hall in Middelburg. Tickets are available at Computicket from R200.


Auditions still to come:

Durban Bloemfontein.


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Its Middelsburg’s turn says C4U

Posted by radio On June - 22 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Career Expo: Come explore and interact with TOP tertiary institutions, companies and prospective employers


The prospect of a career choice is an issue that touches every young learner, organization, community and our economy profoundly. As is, the majority of our learners spend more time deciding what cars, phone, and clothes to buy than choosing a career. Could this be that career decision making is hard work or that our learners have difficult time accessing information about tertiary studies and career options available? If our learners make informed choices they are less likely to experience some of the consequences of poor choices or ineffective career guidance such as tertiary institutions drop out, late tertiary applications, unemployable youth market, completing a degree that one has no interest in, indecisive labour force market or unhappy workforce.


In order to help facilitate our young learners’ transition to tertiary and to the working world, Careers For A Powerful You Pty Ltd (C4U) has, since the beginning of the year, embarked on a journey throughout townships and rural areas in South Africa and now going to Middelburg in the Mpumalanga province to create a platform where our young learners access resources, opportunities, and sound advice from professionals to unlock their full potential and make informed decisions about their career path.


For our young learners – the Career expo is a platform to meet and interact with a wide variety of organizations in one location, in one day. This interaction allows them to tap into opportunities available within these organizations. Also, it is a platform where learners are proactive and search for solutions with regard to careers and challenges they currently face. Our core focus is to encourage innovation and creativity and produce sustainable development within our economy and community. We have identified the following as challenges that lie ahead for our learners: admissions, financial aid, earning extra income, opportunity identification, unemployment, how to start up a business, sound advice and questions about their future. Copyright reserved


For our exhibitors – the career expo is a vibrant and revitalized platform for the public and the private sectors to profile themselves as employers of choice. This is an opportunity to meet with learners from various schools in and around Middelburg. It also presents an unmatched opportunity for talent finders to promote their organisations and compete for the best available pool of talent and connect directly with potential employees, bursary recipients, provide employment and career information.



C4U is a member of the Shanduka Black Umbrellas programme which is an initiative to support and mentor black entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses.

As a mobile career consulting firm, we specialize in career development within township and rural areas. This is done through educational and career events, publications and CSI Projects. Our mission is to empower our ‘future leaders’ in rural and township areas and to ensure equal access of information and resources. We connect young learners with educators, marketers, companies and mentors to create quality career and learning exposure.


For more information on how to be a part of this initiative, please contact:

Contact: Event Manager

Company Name: Careers For A Powerful You PTY LTD Location: Adelaide Thambo Community Hall

Date: 07 August 2015 Physical Address: 11848 Makatane Ave, Middelburg 1055

Telephone: 010 590 5555/ 073 481 8510

Time: 08h00 to 15h00


Email Address:

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Best of world radio to be honoured

Posted by radio On June - 19 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

New York Festivals® International Radio Program Awards announced a diverse roster of prominent radio executives slated to honor the World’s Best Radio Programs℠ award winners and present award segments at the New York Festivals Radio Awards Ceremony on Monday, June 22nd at Manhattan Penthouse in New York City.


radio_media_centerAward-winning industry executives taking to the stage to present trophies include: Danielle Aykroyd, C.C. Rider The Venerator, The BluesMobile/Ben Manilla Productions, USA; Paul Bachmann, SiriusXM, USA; Colin Black, Producer & Composer, Frequency Oz, Australia; Clea Chang, Director of Marketing,  Intelligence Squared, USA; Lourdes Muggenburg & Max LaValle, Tenemos Tarea,  Radio Educacion, Mexico; Brian O’Connell, Reporter, Today with Sean O’Rourke, RTE Radio 1, Ireland; Peter Shevlin, Producer, Blokmedia, United Kingdom; and Cindy Witten, Acting Executive Director Radio & Audio, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada.


Rose Anderson, executive director of New York Festivals international Radio Program Awards commented, “New York Festivals Radio Awards is proud to honor the World’s Best Radio Programs by awarding international programming that demonstrates diversity, creativity, innovation and quality from all continents.”


New York Festivals Radio Awards Ceremony attendees will have immediate access to NYF’s e-program via their mobile device.  Attendees can review all of the 2015 Radio Awards winner’s information: Grand Award, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Trophy-winning entries as well as Broadcaster of the Year, Production Company of the Year, and United Nation Department of Public Information Awards.


New York Festivals will honor the World’s Best Radio Programs on Monday, June 22nd at the annual awards ceremony taking place at Manhattan Penthouse in New York City.


World-wide since 1982, NYF’s International Radio Program competition honors the most innovative work in radio broadcasting, receiving entries from radio stations, networks, and independent producers from around the globe.


Press inquiries should be directed to Gayle Mandel:, Ph: 1 212 643 4800.


Production Hub is the official media sponsor and Pond5 is the official sponsor of the 2015 New York Festivals International Radio Program Awards.

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SABC Radio & TV to commemorate June 16

Posted by radio On June - 10 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

SABC will commemorate the 39th anniversary of the Soweto Uprising now known as June 16, National Youth Day. The uprisings tragically ended with hundreds of young people killed by the apartheid government when they protested against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction.


june_16_mayibuyeJune 16th events will take place across the country under the theme “Take The Next Step”. SABC platforms will galvanise support for the SABC’s Walk For Freedom commemorative  march set to take place in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Gauteng.


June 16, 2015 Events:

  • Metro FM Walk for Freedom from Morris Isaacson High School , Mphuthi Street to Phefeni Senior Secondary School, Vilakazi Street, Soweto (08:00 – 12:00)


  • 15:00 -22:00 Metro FM and SABC 3 Youth Day Sundowners, Thrive Café, Vilakazi Street, Soweto.


  • 5 FM will celebrate the Youth Day in Phefeni High School, Vilakazi Street Soweto (11am to 3pm)


  • Monday 15 June 2015, SABC 1,Ligwalagwala FM and Ikwekwezi will hold a Youth Workshop at Kwanyamazane Civic Centre to empower the youth of Mpumalanga through an engaging and informative workshop that covers entrepreneurship and the business of the arts.


  • The SABC Walk for Freedom in Mpumalanga 16 June 2015, Youth Walk, Venue: kabokweni Stadium (the Lowveld Massacre). Route: From Sifunindlela – Kabokweni Stadium (Time of Walk: 06:30 – 08:30)


  • SABC1, Ligwalagwala FM and Ikwekwezi FM will host a music concert at Kabokweni Stadium, Mpumalnaga after the commemorative walk. The concert will see top South African artists, DJ’s and SABC Talent, including DJ’s Kwesta, Heavy K, Bricks, Spectacular, Naves and many more.


  • The Limpopo leg of the SABC Walk For Freedom will take place from Peter Mokaba Alma Mater school, to the university of Limpopo stadium.



Only winners from the on-air competitions will be invited to the event and SABC marquee. SABC1 will also boast a video recording booth at the event, whilst various SABC1 programmes will be covering the event.


Viewers and listeners can look out for the competition promo currently running on SABC1 and the participating SABC Radio Stations, , Ligwalagwala FM and Ikwekwezi FM.



SABC is committed to inform, educate and celebrate the country’s youth. The SABC remembers June 16th, as it looks towards a better future for all.


[Issued by: SABC]

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MTV Awards career opportunities

Posted by radio On June - 9 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

If you know you’ve got talent, but just need a chance to prove it, MTV Base (DStv channel 322) and MTV Breaks have just the ticket to help you achieve your career goals. We  have joined forces to help African youth break into the creative industries with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity working on the MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal (MAMA) 2015.

mama_2015_logo_whiteThe MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal 2015, brought to you by KwaZulu-Natal Province in association with Absolut and in partnership with The City of Durban, will take place at the Durban International Convention Centre (ICC), KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa on Saturday 18 July 2015.
MTV Base is looking for four creative prodigies to work at the MAMA including:

– A dancer with the moves and charisma to light up the stage
– A photographer with a knack for capturing the perfect moment
– A social media journalist who knows just what MTV Base’s audience wants
– A videographer with the skills to work in the high pressured, live environment

Commented Tim Horwood, Channel Director, MTV Base “This is the chance for keen young creatives in different disciplines to prove themselves at Africa’s biggest music event.  With the help of talented newcomers with a fresh perspective, we can make the best show in Africa even better, while simultaneously offering them the opportunity to gain real-life experience and add weight and depth to their résumés”

Each winner will get the chance to attend the MAMA 2015 in Durban, be part of the MTV Base team, and work alongside an experienced mentor in the relevant discipline.  MTV Base will cover all travel and accommodation costs – so make sure you’re available across the weekend of the 18 July!

We’re looking for a dancer who’ll get to show off their moves on stage. To score this life-changing opportunity, upload a 15 second clip to Instagram showing us the kind of moves we could expect to see from you in Durban. Hashtag your video with #MAMAdancer and tag @MTVBreaks.

We’re on the hunt for a talented camera person to work with the MTV Base production team to capture content for the What Went Down MAMA 2015 documentary.  To score this opportunity, upload a 15 second clip to Instagram that best showcases your camera skills with the hashtag #MAMAcamera and tag it @MTVBreaks.


As the MTV Breaks photographer, you’ll represent MTV Base on the red carpet, snapping the images to be used for MTV & MTV Base’s digital platforms across Africa. To prove that you’re the best person for this job, capture an awesome action shot and upload it to Instagram using the hashtag #MAMAphotographer and tag it @MTVBreaks.

We’re searching for someone to be the voice of MTV and MTV Base across our social media platforms during the MAMA 2015. To show us that you’ve got what it takes, tweet a commentary to either your favourite MTV music video or MTV show. Send at least five tweets, so we can get a taste of your creative style. Hashtag every tweet #MTVBreaks and #SM.
The MTV Africa Music Awards 2015 will broadcast live on MTV Base (DStv Channel 322) and MTV (DStv Channel 130) on Saturday 18 July. The show will also be transmitted worldwide on partner stations and content platforms from 18 July.

DStv, Gagasi FM and Yfm are the official media partners of the 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal.

For more information on the 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards KwaZulu-Natal, please go to or, like us on Facebook at, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MTVBaseAfrica. To join the conversation about the awards please use the hashtag #MTVMAMA2015.

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Remembering Dolly Rathebe

Posted by radio On June - 8 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Singer and model Dolly Rathebe was one of South Africa’s great jazz and blues artists, her voice inspired a generation of music lovers. Now her life is being celebrated by young South African. Taynita Harilal, a Grade 12 learner at Parktown High School for Girls was so inspired by Rathebe’s life, talent and her ground breaking contribution to South Africa music that she has set out to remember her in ways that will both her honour her memory and her family.


dolly2Using a history project as her starting point, Harilal is using social media to raise awareness about the life, times and music of Dolly Rathebe. During her research Harilal discovered that while Dolly Rathebe may have died a legend, there was never enough money to raise a tombstone in memory of her. Harilal now hopes to take the project further by raising funds that will go towards erecting a tombstone in her honour.



Harilal kicked off the project by consulting Dolly Rathebe’s peers. Abigail Khubeka a life long friend was the catalyst in advancing the conversation of possibilities to support  legacy building through  the project. She highly urged Harilal to continue efforts started years ago to solicit support for the legacy project beyond the school room and assist the family to finally make the tombstone a reality in celebrating the legacy of Dolly Rathebe.



Inspired by Harilal’s efforts, Lethabo Nyathi, a young designer, has added her support by donating a design based on Ntiski Duru’s (Dolly Rathebe’s only surviving child) preference for the artwork. Jessica Mbangeni has also stepped forward to assist the family in raising funds. ‘The opportunity right now is to ensure we continue to work in collectives to see how we can reach the financial support that can allow us to complete this project” says Harilal.



Photographer and filmmaker Jurgen Schadeberg who is well known for his iconic images of Rathebe, along with his wife Claudia are looking to join Harilal in keeping the memories of Rathebe and other jazz greats alive. They hope to erect iconic portraits of these music legends on the streets in Newtown that now bear their names and Harilal is hoping to create a platform and conversations on how this project can become a reality.

Apartheid left many talented musicians in the shadows and by honouring Rathebe in this way, we start a conversation that is important in rewriting a more inclusive history of the country’s diverse cultural landscape. Both projects are seeking the funding necessary to realise them.



“This project has shown me that we can all become active citizens and use our networks and our voices to build our country’s legacy and make a difference.” says Harilal. ‘While my school project is now complete I am hoping this call for assistance will encourage South African business and interested persons who are able to assist with contributing to the tombstone will step up and offer a solution where the legacy project can become a reality and where we can support nation building.

To contact Taynita Harilal or the Duru Family, please write to or call 011 788 7832 or write to (Dolly Rathebe’s grandson) who is launching the Dolly Rathebe Foundation.

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This June Heart FM will not only celebrate but get in touch with the youth of the Western Cape to make a real difference. On Monday 1 June, the station kicked off its #HeartBeats4Youth campaign which aims to touch the lives of individuals one-on-one.

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This campaign was launched two years ago to motivate and inspire youth by going into schools and spreading messages of hope.


In the lead up to June 16th 2015, commemorated in South Africa as Youth Day, Heart FM will be active in various communities to bring change where needed. #HeartBeats4Youth aims to bring something special to the young people of the Cape where often there seems to be no hope.


On Monday 01 June 2015, the campaign kicked off with Suga (host) and Keri Miller (traffic) from the afternoon drive show #Drive326 fulfilling the wish of 14-year old Omar Matthews, a Leukaemia sufferer from Manenberg whose dream was to fly in a helicopter.  Although a small gesture from the station, the event was a life changing experience for Omar.


Activities over the next two weeks will range from fulfilling the dreams of young people, sport development in various communities, supporting feeding schemes and getting involved in literacy projects amongst others. Celebrities who are lending their support to the campaign include SA cricketer JP Duminy and singer Jimmy Nevis, who are both very active in their respective communities. The two will feature as guests on the #MyCapeTown hour on Sunday the 7th and 14th of June.


Stay tuned to Heart FM to feel these moments as we make a difference.



[Issued by: Heart FM]

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