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UNISA RADIO
A dynamic,vibrant, campus TALK radio station. The station prides itself with illuminate broadcast history within campus based community radio stations in SA
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UNISA RADIO 5h
Welcome back to the after such a long weekend. You made it back home safe and sound. Tell us all about it! DM us your number and we'll call you. Tune in on and join and
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
She is a comedian mc speaker, SAFTA and Comics Choice Award-nominated writer, television and radio personality and actor, she is indeed a powerhouse with a heroic story of recovery. On the line, is joined by the funniest female comedian Ms Nina Hastie, the comedian.
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On the lunchbox today talks to Chef Devasena Quick easy lunch box meals for both kids and adults. Packing a lunchbox can be so cost-effective and healthy if you explore wisely in your kitchen.
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
After 12:00 will be speaking to , a speaker and HIV/AIDS activist. Want to hear her story and how passionate she is about educating young people about HIV/AIDS?
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
ATTENTION ALL UNISA STUDENTS! After 11:30 will be speaking to Ms Mahlori, a student Health and Wellness Practitioner . Be part of the health and wellness campaign!
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
After 11:00 will be speaking to Professor Michael Herbst from about Breast Cancer in Males.
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On_Air ' Haemophilia is a very rare disorder, we are talking about 70% of people walking with Haemophilia and not even know they have it, education is the only way we can disseminate information' Mrs Kate Hills
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& tune in and listen to SrKate Hill
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On-Air We are looking in doing outreaches in Rural areas, because they are marginalized so much' Mrs Kate Hill
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On-Air it is very important to treat Haemophilia patients before they get injured' Mrs Kate Hill
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On-Air Haemophilia is a disorder, when it is treated well it can be manageable. We need to financially support our patients especially for those that are disadvantaged' Mrs Kate Hill
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On-Air 'With Internal bleed it is normally in the brain and abdomen, if Haemophilia is not treated it will lead to death' Mrs Kate Hill
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
ON-Air 'Signs of Haemophilia: spontaneous bleeds even internally, prolong bleeding,have a tingling pain on their elbows and knees, and bleeding without injuries' Mrs Kate Hill
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
On-Air Ms Kate Hill, Nurse from the South African Haemophilia Foundation, discussing Haemophilia
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
Just after the 10:30 news headlines, and will be chatting to Ms Kate Hill, a nurse from the South African Haemophilia Foundation to speak about Haemophilia. Do you have any questions?
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
We have amazing guests lined up for you today. The Easter Weekend is upon us, fill us in on your plans? Do you still go to church and/or spend time with your family?
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UNISA RADIO Apr 18
Yep you guessed it! The Campus Wise Show is back on air. Whose ready to have a good time with ? Stream the show live on
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