KuSs is a multi-talented artist from Margate. His repertoire includes rapping, singing, song-writing and producing. His latest release ‘Talk With A Friend’ (TWAF) was produced by a young and upcoming producer, Sven Raju (Arp Studios), and mixed and mastered by Markus Els (KosmiKFead). Els has also worked with award-winning artists such as Toya DeLazy and Tresor. The song TWAF is about an honest conversation with a friend regarding KuSs’s life with the current path he has decided to take to find success with his music. It touches on family, friends, school, music and how success and money affects them all – with the friend advising him to always work hard and to not get caught up in the success.
We’re replacing our Internet and radio antennas at KaBokweni and Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, a process that was interrupted by relocating our broadcasting studio. We hope to have crews back in Kruger International Airport very soon to finish the work, which should take several days. Thank you for your patience.
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Note that an “antennae” is the plural of antenna only when it refers to appendages on animals, “antennas” is the plural of metallic devices that send or transmit electromagnetic signals.
Nkululeko Mkhomazi released a short statement about his series that will be playing on one of the South African Community TV Stations. “We are proud to present to you our very first 12 Episodes Swati drama series as MON Films by the power of the Holy Spirit Working through us, which will be broadcast on Soweto TV Channel 251 on Dstv every Thursday at 20h00 , Spread the word and make it go viral, be a part of a great thing for Mpumalanga.”
In 2002 the younger Mbuyiseni Ndlozi was awarded Young Communicators Award. Speaking on SABC 2 Morning Live’s Tracy Going, Ndlozi said he’s honoured and thanked the Lord for the award. Fast forward to 2017 the EFF spokesperson receives a PhD in politics from Wits University. Here is Ndlozi in 2002.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi celebrated his graduation last week with a performance by the party leader.
A video of EFF leader Julius Malema playing a set at the gathering has gained traction on social media.
Ndlozi recieved his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Political Studies by the University of the Witwatersrand.
THINGS THAT MAKE A PERSON BORING?
1. People with no ambition
People who sit back and don’t strive to be better in their lives.
Dreamers are rarely boring. People with ambition are interesting and others around them gravitate towards interesting them.
People with no sense of adventure
People who do the same things all the time. They eat at the same restaurants, eat the same food, hang out at the same places.
Don’t play it safe. Adventure brings in new experiences and gives you a broader perspective on life. Don’t go to the same places.
People who don’t talk about real things.
People who only have surface level conversations. They don’t engage with people through interesting conversations about life.
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Nozipho Zulu was born at Shongwe Hospital in 1987 and she was raised by her mother and her grandmother was still alive, she is the first born child and it happened that she was the only grandchild that her grandmother had to raise. “It was fun that I got everything I wanted from my uncles and anyone who visited home. Growing up being raised by my mom and grandmother was actually great. As for my father he was not always available but he loved me so much because every time he was around he would make sure that he visited me and would also have something just to cheer me I guess. She said.
“I have a younger sister but we did not grow up together because I had to move from Mgobodi to Clau-Clau to live with my uncle. Growing up living with my uncle was not so great it was just fine i managed to finish all my grades including my grade 12.”
Nozipho lost her mother in the year 2014. Then she knew that she was all by herself. “Things changed the moment I realised that I actually lost both my parents, it’s just me and my sister and I look around me, I see young people suffer, most of them they did not go to school due to lack of funds and some they ran away from home because of the abuse they face for not being raised by their parents. I told myself that that will not stand on my way to success; I wanted to be a testimony. And yes I am because now I am on a commercial online station (Ubuthebe FM Live), a station that talks to every young person who wants to make it in life and those who wants just to give up because of life they think it’s not fair to them, life yes it’s not fair to anyone but once you make a decision that you want to do it, you can and you will, you just have to make your dream a reality, this radio station has been able to change people’s lives for the better.
“I’m glad to have made a decision to be part of this amazing radio station now I live to see other people smile because they are making it out there.
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Young black intelligent Woman, who grew up in the township of Pienaar, in the dusty fields of Daanjie location.
Born in Kanyamazane clinic in 1989 October 30. A second born in a family of 6 with 3 siblings, the Rose among thorns. A Daughter to Phillip and Elizabeth Khundula.
She was raised and groomed in the streets an community of Pienaar, started school at Tiboneleni Primary School in 1997 and completed high school at Mayibuye High School in 2007 where she obtained great communication skills through debate an drama. Then furthered her studies at computer schools.
Nonhlanhla also known as lady NONO is a bubbly singer, songwriter and performer, with a great sense of humor, A sales representative by profession.
Growing up in the township thought her to be strong and to be independent. In 2015_she joined the strong team of UB FMLIVE where she fell in love with radio, there she learned more about working with the community to bring change together with UB FM LIVE, by the power of peer education, and grooming the new generation via communication.
She host an amazing show called Maximum Fun which airs every Sunday from 10:00AM to 13:00PM, the show is vibrant, educational, motivational and fun, Nono’s show differs to others as it accommodates everyone, its uniqueness grows the youth into powerful individuals via its skills, catch her every Sunday from 10:AM to 13:00PM_and have fun fun fun.
“Things changed the moment I realised that I actually lost both my parents, it’s just me and my sister and I look around me, I see young people suffer, most of them they did not go to school due to lack of funds and some they ran away from home because of the abuse they face for not being raised by their parents. I told myself that that will not stand on my way to success; I wanted to be a testimony. And yes I am because now I am on a commercial online station (Ubuthebe FM Live), a station that talks to every young person who wants to make it in life and those who wants just to give up because of life they think it’s not fair to them, life yes it’s not fair to anyone but once you make a decision that you want to do it, you can and you will, you just have to make your dream a reality, this radio station has been able to change people’s lives for the better.
Kunene is a 26 years old male born and bred in Swaziland. He is a brother to five siblings.
He comes from a disadvantaged background, resulting in him having to drop out of school in grade 11 to make means of putting food on the table. Through perseverance and being God-fearing he is currently employed as a (put his position and not the company he works for) in South Africa and with the salary he gets he is now able to take his siblings to school and look after his unemployed parents.
Kunene donates blood and believes that it is a just course that people should be a part of because it has the power to save lives. He has written his own journey from which he hopes that those from the same background will learn from.
Thobela is a female born at a township in Mpumalanga on the 20th of July 1986. She is currently employed as a News Reader and for news Journalist at Ubuthebe FM (UB FM). She was raised at Pienaar by both her parents and is a sister to three siblings.
Thobela grew up in a disadvantaged family with both parents as street vendors but feels privileged to the fact that the family did not go to bed on an empty stomach. However, the situation at home was an eye opener and made her realize it is important to grow up to be a responsible, strong and successful woman for the sake of her parents and my siblings whom are looking up to Thobela as their older sister.
In 2013, she volunteered for community work at a non-profit organization where children from disadvantaged backgrounds (neglected, abused, HIV/Aids infected and living with TB) were assisted with basic needs such as food parcels and clothes, as the main mandate of the organization.
The organization benefited the children because they would have eaten before heading home go, those infected would be assisted with receiving the correct medication, some were provided counseling especially abuse victims. They would also get to be motivated and inspired to study, finish school and pursue their careers.
She appreciates the opportunity provided by the Organization since she was able to give back to her community, being thankful for the way her life is and assisting the lives of those in need.