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Thursday, March 9, 2017

DJ SABBY EMBARKS ON HIS TV AND RADIO PRESENTING WORKSHOP IN DURBAN

YFM  Drive Time Host, television personality and all rounder powerhouse, DJ Sabby is set to host his next radio and TV presenting workshop at the Bat Centre in Durban on March 25th, 2017 with Selimathunzi presenter Siphesihle Vazi.

DJ Sabby’s workshop initiative started 5 years ago with the aim of developing the youth who aspire to make it in the Radio and Television industry. Since its inception, this workshop platform has been hosted across the country in a variety of locations however, DJ Sabby believes that it is time to head back to Durban.

Radio Personalities like DJ Sabby are the voice of a radio station’s programme, whether they work in speech-based or music Radio. They create the tone and style of radio output and establish a relationship with listeners. A Radio Personality’s specific duties vary depending on the programme or station. 

Free State's DJs competition is getting tougher!

LETSELA Entertainment proudly presents another weekend of Zero 58 Lock Down.

And this week they are fearing DJ Finzo of Lesedi FM as a guest judge, following last week's hosting of Heavy K - the Drumboss.

Zero 58 Lock Down is a concept and brainchild of Free State (Qwaqwa) businessman, Mr Stanley Nako Letsela. Letsela's intention to develop DJs around Qwaqwa in order to grant opportunities which guarantee a yield in skills development, music business and recognition in the mainstream of the music industry. 

Letsela told GoXtra News that a pilot of the concept took place this past December on the 16th and overlapped to 2017; because of its success, he saw it fitting to extend the concept and make it an annual event of the town.

Friday, February 3, 2017

VIDEO: Hlaudi Motsoeneng eyeing leadership position in government


Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng wants to make a meaningful contribution to South Africa saying that he wants to serve the people of South Africa, reports Times Live.

Speaking to members of the African National Congress Youth League in the North West on Thursday night, Motsoeneng said: “I want to serve the people of South Africa. I want to add value. I want to make sure that people who are black are empowered. I want to make sure that even white people have a place in South Africa.”

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