The Sekhukhune Community Radio Station is a non-profit organisation, registration number 045-014-NPO, and covers the whole of the Sekhukhune District Municipality. The reception area covers a 100 km radius from Jane Furse.
The radio station has a programming format of 60% talk and 40% music in the daily broadcast. It shall broadcast South African music content of 40% daily. Sekhukhune Community Radio shall broadcast a total of 60 minutes of local news, 45 minutes of national news and 30 minutes of international news per day.
Aliou Cisse's side showed enough quality in the Ivorian heat to suggest they could become the first team to win back-to-back AFCON titles since Egypt reeled off three in a row in 2006, 2008 and 2010.
Camara stars as Senegal start AFCON defence with win over Gambia 2024/01/15 20:46
A single break proved enough for French 16th seed Caroline Gracia to win the opening set against her rusty opponent before dominating a second set tie-break to win 6-4, 7-6 (7/2) in the first round.
No regrets as Osaka loses at Australian Open on Grand Slam comeback 2024/01/15 20:38
Third seed Medvedev battled tough conditions on Margaret Court Arena against French qualifier Terence Atmane, who smashed his racquet, served underarm and retired in tears after suffering bad cramping that forced him off court while losing 5-7, 6-2, 6-4, 1-0.
Medvedev, Gauff power through at Australian Open as Murray crashes out 2024/01/15 14:59
Jones was re-appointed in December in Japan - a job he held before from 2012-15 - six weeks following his departure from coaching Australia after a dire showing at the Rugby World Cup.
Eddie Jones wants Japan to be 'fastest in world' 2024/01/15 14:46
Mohamed Salah saved Egypt from an embarrassing defeat in their opening game at the Africa Cup of Nations on Sunday, while Nigeria were held by Equatorial Guinea despite Victor Osimhen getting on the scoresheet.
Salah rescues Egypt as Nigeria draw and Ghana lose at Cup of Nations 2024/01/15 14:39
The 22-year-old's time of 28min 46sec bettered by 28sec the previous mark set by Ethiopia's Yalemzerf Yehualaw two years ago.
Kenya's Ngetich sets women's world 10km record 2024/01/14 17:49
Jannik Sinner admitted he already has half an eye on an Australian Open semi-final against Novak Djokovic after a hard-fought opening-round victory over Dutchman Botic van de Zandschulp on Sunday.
Sinner has eye on Djokovic semi-final after Australian Open win 2024/01/14 11:16
The UN hopes to reach 8.5 million people within Ukraine and 2.3 million refugees and their host communities in eastern Europe.
UN wants $4.2 billion for Ukraine aid in 2024 2024/01/15 12:35
The conflict, sparked by unprecedented attacks on Israel, created a humanitarian catastrophe for the 2.4 million people in Hamas-run Gaza, the UN and aid groups warn, and reduced much of the coastal strip to rubble.
Gaza war rages on 100th day 2024/01/15 08:44
With a commanding lead in polls, the ex-president is expected to win the Midwestern state's first-in-the-nation vote handily as he bids to be the Republican standard-bearer against President Joe Biden in November.
US presidential election heats up as frigid Iowa tests Trump 2024/01/15 08:24
The attack appears to be the first against a US destroyer amid a growing number of missile and drone strikes or attempted strikes by the Huthis, on what they deem Israeli-linked shipping on the key Red Sea trade route.
US downs missile fired from Yemen at American warship - military 2024/01/15 08:04
The US congratulated Lai Ching-te on his victory, hailing the strength of Taiwan's democratic system, however, Beijing's foreign ministry said the US statement "sends a gravely wrong signal to the 'Taiwan independence' separatist forces".
China says 'strongly deplores' US statement on Taiwan election 2024/01/14 13:56
Rescuers were working against the clock Saturday to find survivors of landslides that claimed at least 33 lives, mostly children, in northwestern Colombia, the country's vice president said Saturday.
Colombia landslide toll climbs as rescuers work against clock 2024/01/14 13:44
The conflict has triggered a humanitarian crisis, with more than 23,000 people reported killed in Gaza and much of the besieged Palestinian territory reduced to rubble, as fears grow that fighting could engulf the wider region.
Israel-Hamas war enters 100th day as Netanyahu vows 'no one will stop us' 2024/01/14 12:16
Torrential rains and floods in KwaZulu-Natal have left five people dead in eThekwini. Many other families have been displaced after 250 homes were damaged. Heavy downpours led to water, electricity & road infrastructure being damaged.
KZN floods: More rain expected as eThekwini mops up after deadly floods 2024/01/15 20:22
The officers, who are all members of Cradock's Public Order Policing (POP) unit, allegedly hunted down the deceased after accusing him of having robbed one of them.
4 EC policemen arrested for murder 2024/01/15 20:16
Segomotsi Setshwantsho appeared in the Mmabatho Magistrates Court on 15 January 2024 for the continuation of her bail hearing.
State wants bail to be denied to alleged insurance scam killer 2024/01/15 19:58
Visual Diary: ANC's 112th anniversary 2024/01/15 19:54
Eleven people have been arrested by the Hawks since October, including an education department employee.
Umalusi encourages employers to verify employees' matric certificates 2024/01/15 19:51
The 49-year-old grandmother, who's been charged with the murder of her niece for a R3 million life cover payout, has applied for bail following her arrest in November.
Segomotsi Setshwantsho should not be a burden on the State, says lawyer 2024/01/15 19:49
On Sunday, shortly after 6am, two Transnet trains, transporting tonnes of coal, derailed after colliding near Richards Bay. Initial reports suggest one train rear-ended another, which was stationary due to a power outage.
Tons of coal lost following derailment of Transnet Freight Rail trains in KZN 2024/01/15 19:38
Gold One said that the ongoing unrest at the mine continued to put strain on the business, with operations halted several times since the first incident in October.
Intimidation claims hit struggling Gold One Modder East mine 2024/01/15 19:26
Nine hundred and forty-five candidates were caught cheating during the exams, the majority of whom were cases from KwaZulu-Natal.
Umalusi concerned over number of pupils caught cheating in 2023 matric exams 2024/01/15 18:50
The KwaZulu-Natal government, NGOs and private partners are attempting to pick up the pieces following deadly flash floods across the province.
KZN search & rescue teams combing Tongaat for couple swept away in floods 2024/01/15 18:29
2018 Best Community Current Affairs Presenter
Congratulations are in order for our current affairs show host Vincent Mantladi Malata for winning the Best Community Current Affairs Presenter award during the National Community Radio Awards held lately in Mangaung. Halalaaaaaaaa!!!