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TUT FM’s Plug-A-Graduate: Bridging the gap between education and employment

Mail Guardian South Africa 23 May 2024
The radio segment made its debut on 10 April this year and is a partnership between the station, TUT Alumni Relations and Fundraising under the Advancement and Partnerships Directorate, as well as the Directorate.
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South African Broadcasting Corporation Partners with Mangomolo to Expand the Capabilities of its SABC+ Video ...

MENA FN 21 May 2024
(MENAFN - Ilex Content Strategies) Mangomolo supports the SABC to deliver content from 7 TV channels and 19 radio stations and on demand content to audiences across Africa. Dubai, UAE, ... .
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Do Clashing Galaxies Create Odd Radio Circles?

Universe Today 12 May 2024
This image of the first ORC (odd radio circle) ever discovered, aptly dubbed ORC-1, overlays radio observations from South Africa’s MeerKAT telescope in green atop an optical and infrared map from the international DES (Dark Energy Survey) project.
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Paradise of lies: How the West manipulates Africa through neocolonial media

Russia Today 10 May 2024
Over time, mainstream media, such as CNN, DW-Radio, Radio France International, BBC Africa, and Voice of America, created regional African divisions (for example, in Tanzania they broadcast content in ...
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Measuring Exoplanetary Magnetospheres with the Square Kilometer Array

Universe Today 29 Apr 2024
It is this amplified radiation that can be detected remotely IF we have a radio telescope with the capability ... The concept of the SKA is a radio interferometer with components in Australia and Africa and its headquarters in the UK.
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Indian scientists make exceptionally detailed radio images of Sun using MeerKAT

Hindustan Times 26 Apr 2024
A team of solar physicists, led by researchers from the National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA), Pune, has used the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa to observe the Sun and made ...
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Collaboration with Russia in space science is well established – South African astronomer

Russia Today 16 Apr 2024
South Africa excels at space science, Adrian Tiplady, who holds a PhD in radio astronomy, told RT in an exclusive interview ... Africa; it includes all national radio astronomy telescopes and programs.
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Check out stunning photos from the $2 billion space telescope that captures the invisible universe ...

Business Insider 16 Apr 2024
NASA had to trim down somewhere.A mosaic of the center of the Milky Way, using data from Chandra (shown in orange, green, and purple) and the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa (gray) ... Wang; Radio.
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 WHY BBC EXCLUSION OF HUMANISTS HURTS

This Day 08 Mar 2024
Nigeria . ... Decades ago, I was an ardent radio listener, and every day, I devoted hours listening to various radio stations like the Voice of America, Radio France International, Deutsche Welle, Africa Numero 1, and, of course, the BBC ... I liked it ... .
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100 years of radio in Africa: from propaganda to people’s power

Auburnpub dot com 12 Feb 2024
The story of >radio in Africa starts with its introduction to serve colonial interests ... Academics have argued that despite being designed mainly for propaganda, radio in Africa ... The 1950s saw the expansion and transformation of radio in Africa.
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Twins Tourism to Stage Ibadan Travel Expo 2024

This Day 10 Feb 2024
The first Twins in Africa to jointly host Travel and Tourism programme on radio while reiterating the journey of their radio show, the world respected Oguntoye Twins said that “Travel with the Twins” ...
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Sun wakes up to first X-class solar flare of the year! Watch stunning video

Financial Express 10 Feb 2024
... can directly impact radio communications on Earth. A Hindustan Times report said that shortwave radio blackouts were reported from regions such as Africa, South America as well as Southern Atlantic.
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Newly discovered space object could be a breakthrough in the study of black holes

New York Post 29 Jan 2024
The space object was found to be in orbit with the newly discovered PSR J0514-4002E pulsar, which rotates 170 times per second, according to radio light transmitted to Earth and documented by the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa.
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Astronomers produce most sensitive radio image of a globular cluster ever taken

Popular Science 18 Jan 2024
Radio telescopes can then intercept these signals ... According to the team, this ultra-sensitive image is an example of what could be coming down the road from the SKA radio telescopes, currently being built in Australia and South Africa.
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