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Talifhani Munzhedzi

Deputy Station Manager at UNISA
Location:Johannesburg, South Africa

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    Talifhani Munzhedzi is a deputy station manager at UNISA Radio. The radio station strives to be amongst the few if not only campus radio stations to provide the talk radio format to students and staff. To listen to UNISA Radio go to http://radio.unisa.ac.za, to contact Tali Munzhedzi email .
    When content becomes the new billboard

    Content become a new billboard when audience and listeners trust and rely on a certain presenter or show to deliver on what matters to them...

    By Talifhani Munzhedzi 6 May 2015 13:25

    Regional radio stations should go back to basics

    The troubles at the SABC are well documented. It will be pointless to list them - from board dysfunction to lack of quality programming in both television and radio. One that is rarely spoken about, however, is the role of the broadcaster's regional radio stations.

    By Talifhani Munzhedzi 12 Apr 2013 05:46

    Where are women voices in talk radio?

    Having been a fan of talk radio for a number of years, what worries me is a lack of women voices - not as presenters, but as contributors to programmes. This is not healthy in a democracy such as ours, which guarantees the freedom of expression

    By Talifhani Munzhedzi 16 Nov 2012 10:57

    The media must not give South Africans a raw deal leading to Mangaung

    Last week marked the beginning of a very significant period for the ANC if not the whole of South Africa. The ruling party officially opened the leadership nomination process at all its branches leading to 53rd ANC National Conference in December. Already on Monday, the Eastern Cape ANC Youth League had put names forward for the top six.

    By Talifhani Munzhedzi 8 Oct 2012 07:32

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