A brand-new state-of-the-art broadcast studio is set to be unveiled, to elevate the quality of broadcasting at Tubatse 93.4 FM, in Burgersfort, Limpopo.
South Africa’s Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Thembi Siweya, and Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA), will unveil the new broadcast studios of Tubatse 93.4 FM.
Tubatse Progressive Community Radio Station broadcasts in the Sekhukhune region, Fetakgomo Tubatse Local Municipality.
The radio station was established in 2007 to broadcast programs that are of community interest in a talk radio format. The programming covers a variety of current affairs genres and caters for all age and gender groups within the community.
The languages of broadcast are, 90% Sepedi, 5% English, 2% Xitsonga, 2% isiSwati and 1% Afrikaans.
“The new state-of the art studios will elevate the quality of broadcasting, making Tubatse FM appealing to potential business partners and propel the community radio station to even greater heights,” said the MDDA.
The agency works with in partnership with government assist in developing community and small commercial media across the country and provides funding and media education for local community operators.