Date: Dec 2, 2015

“Jabul’Uzibheke” is still the buzz phrase for UKhozi FM this festive season as the “Nyus’Ivolume” summer campaign kicks off officially this December.

The biggest radio station in the land is officially launching its 9th “Nyus’Ivolume” campaign with messages of responsible fun.  It is known that most people use the time of the festive season to celebrate and have fun with family and friends.  It is also a known fact that this time breeds road accidents, excessive intake of alcohol, crime and reckless financial spending.  

UKhozi FM, as a public broadcaster, will again stick to its mandate of educating, informing and entertaining this festive season through the “Nyus’Ivolume” campaign, with events and on-air messages.  While the station, with all its personalities, will be visiting a few areas with the “Nyus’Ivolume” events, there will also be messages on-air that will be spreading the awareness of a safer festive season.

UKhozi FM in partnership with KwaZulu-Natal Premier’s Office, KZN Department of Transport, COGTA and the following local municipalities; Mnambithi, Umsunduzi, Inkandla and Harry Gwala District Municipality, will host “Nyus’Ivolume” events with Outside Broadcasts.

On the 5th of December the Ukhozi Nyus’Ivolume will be at the Ladysmith Indoor Sports Centre, 12th December in Pietermaritzburg, on the 16th, Inkandla Stadium and at the Morningside Stadium in Ixopo on the 19th of December 2015.

UKhozi FM personalities and some well-known TV personalities will be part of the music events. The station has also partnered with Bayede News on running developmental workshops for local small businesses in all the areas the station will be visiting, these workshops will sit on Fridays.

“Nyus’Ivolume is a campaign that speaks to the core of what UKhozi FM as a station is all about, ensuring that our listeners are always informed and educated, regardless of the time of the year, is one that we stand by.  In a few weeks time people will be talking about going back to school, we cannot at this festive time be oblivious to that. As we speak festive and good times, it is our duty to caution our audiences on being responsible while at it,” comments Station Manager, Bonga Mpanza.


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