World Radio Day Skyz Metro FM
Esabantu is Ndebele/Zulu meaning of the people, by the people, belonging to the people.
Is it possible to include the following write up that brings our commemoration into context?
Radio of the people by the people. Esabantu.
We are a new commercial metro radio station in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, broadcasting at a radius of 80km as the crow flies at 100.3 FM. We deliver community driven programs and exist to provide radio services of unparalleled quality in all the local languages including English, Ndebele, Kalanga, Tonga, Sotho, Venda, Xhosa, and Shona.
Our team of radio professionals and management sets upon to provide the crème de la crème of radio content. We provide music, culture, news and current affairs to listeners in the vicinity as well as from our online stream via the website.
Incidentally, one of the first radio transmission sites in Southern Africa was commissioned by the Rhodesian Broadcasting Corporation circa 1932 in Bulawayo and Salisbury (Harare). We are very proud of this Heritage and set upon to commemorate the World Radio Day 2017 on Monday 13 February by featuring living Local radio legends of old in the line up of our broadcasts during the day building up to a public meeting with Media and Broadcasters stakeholders engaging with the community at the Bulawayo Press Club.