Broadcast In Brief


- CNBC Africa has taken an official stand against xenophobia by donating R250 000 worth of commercial airtime to companies and organizations wishing to place advertising fighting xenophobia or promoting peaceful co-existence in Africa and South Africa.

- National Radio Celebrates its 70th anniversary, Tunisia 's national radio organized its first radio festival. This institution which was created in 1938 and started to broadcast as a national institution in 1957.They displayed photographs and documents telling the quantum leap witnessed by the national radio station in its 70 years of existence.

- There is a dispute between DRC’s TVS1 and Molière TV about who is entitled to transmit on frequency 63.

- Radio France International has given a satellite transmitter to an educational radio station in the capital of Gabon, Libreville, called Emergence.