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Randall Abrahams’s emotional tribute to Jeremy Mansfield on his birthday

Independent online (SA) 16 Aug 2022
Chief executive of Primedia Broadcasting Randall Abrahams paid special tribute to the iconic living legend in the radio industry, Jeremy Mansfield ... For a man who towers over others and who won more awards than any other radio personality in South Africa, Mansfield is remarkably grounded and compassionate.
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Large 'cannibal' explosion on the sun sent billions of tons of plasma hurling to Earth: ...

The Daily Mail 16 Aug 2022
... radio blackouts, when it hits our planet Thursday ... NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) captured a M5 solar flare from AR3078 at around 5.30am ET Tuesday that was associated with a temporary moderate-strength radio blackout over parts of the Middle East and East Africa.
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Z Zurich Foundation joins JA Worldwide and JA Africa to empower African youth

B & FT Online 15 Aug 2022
Z Zurich Foundation, JA Worldwide and JA Africa are working to create a new breed of partnership that develops an ecosystem of role-models and mentors who work with youth through a mix of high-tech digital learning experiences; low-tech options like television, radio and podcasts; and face-to-face experiences.
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'Time to forgive Lawrence Rowe,' says Adventist preacher

Jamaica Observer 15 Aug 2022
"About 28 years ago, a team of West Indies cricketers toured South Africa. At that time South Africa was banned for the apartheid regime ... However, Rowe later appeared to walk back from his apology, telling a radio interviewer he did not believe he had any reason to apologise in relation to the tour of South Africa.
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South African singer Jonathan Butler exposes racist American restaurant manager who followed him to his car

Independent online (SA) 15 Aug 2022
Butler added that the manager didn’t show him a sense of humanity when he approached him, and said that the treatment at the establishment was reminiscent of back in the day in South Africa ... Butler was the first non-white artist to be played on South African radio and appear on national television.
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How the digital age has changed the existence of big record labels

Mail Guardian South Africa 15 Aug 2022
The shift can be seen in the mushrooming of record labels in South Africa. According to the Recording Industry of South Africa (RiSA), there are 37 505 recording companies registered with them and only three are big ones ... This is because contemporary jazz is very niche — and it only gets airplay on radio at certain times.
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LOOK: Ndavi Nokeri crowned Miss South Africa 2022

Independent online (SA) 13 Aug 2022
... Sandhu; Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi; Miss World 2044 Rolene Strauss; award-winning presenter Devi Sankaree Govender; Miss South Africa 1990 Suzette van der Merwe, radio host Thando Thabethe; and, last but not least, former South African Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela.
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Ada Traditional Council bans Radio Ada from covering 2022 Asafotufiami Festival

Joy Online 09 Aug 2022
When the management of Radio Ada did not see the name of the station on the list of media houses invited to cover the 85th edition of the ongoing Ada Asafotufiami festival, it thought the Ada Traditional Council in the Greater Accra had mistakenly omitted the name of the station. Radio Ada, community radio, is the mouthpiece of Ada.
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From The Past Pages Of Dawn: 1972: Fifty Years Ago: Egypt, Libya to merge

Dawn 03 Aug 2022
The announcement was made simultaneously over Radio Cairo and Radio Tripoli ... Cairo Radio announced the union would be founded on “the most solid basis.” The Radio report said all steps to achieve the complete union of the two countries are ...
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How US foreign aid could save more lives

Vox 01 Aug 2022
... HIV/AIDS in Africa ... For example, one program reported achieving 110 percent of expected results for preventing and managing malnutrition in West Africa. But this was only because they were measuring radio outreach — people who heard about the program on the radio — as a “success”.
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Astronomers develop novel way to ‘see’ first stars through fog of early Universe

Technology Org 28 Jul 2022
Using a radio telescope introduces distortions to the signal received, which can completely obscure the cosmological signal of interest ... The telescope’s construction is currently being finalised at the Karoo radio reserve in South Africa, a location chosen for its excellent conditions for radio observations of the sky.
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Astronomers find way to peer through space clouds and see the early universe

Metro UK 23 Jul 2022
The telescope’s construction is being finalised at the Karoo radio reserve in South Africa, a location chosen for its excellent conditions for radio observations of the sky. The telescope’s construction is being finalised at the Karoo radio reserve in South Africa (Credit.
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Maltese astrophysicists help develop novel way to ‘see’ through fog of early universe

Independent Online 22 Jul 2022
The telescope’s construction is currently being finalised at the Karoo radio reserve in South Africa, a location chosen for its excellent conditions for radio observations of the sky. It is far away from human-made radio frequency interference, such as television and FM radio signals.
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International team, including 2 TIFR scientists, develop novel way to 'see' the first stars from the early Universe

The Times of India 22 Jul 2022
The cosmological signals that astronomers aim to detect, to study the birth of lights, are weaker than the other radio signals coming from the sky ... Karoo Radio Reserve in South Africa was chosen for the location to construct the telescope, as it has excellent conditions for radio observations.
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GMRT & four other radio telescopes detect fringes from quasar located 12.3 billion light years away

Indian Express 22 Jul 2022
GMRT joined hands with the Medicina and Noto Radio Observatories in Italy, ... An interferometric array of radio telescopes spread throughout Europe, Asia, South Africa and the Americas, the EVN has, since 1980s, been conducting radio astronomical observations of cosmic radio sources.

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