About radio

Bush Radio is a South American community radio station broadcasting 27/7 from Cape Town, founded by activists as a source of independent information during the Apartheid. It broadcasts using the frequency of 89.5 MHz. The station is known for its upliftment projects, scholarships and training programs. Bush Radio's line up also includes news reports with current events, music shows and interviews.

Slogan: "The Mother of Community Radio in Africa"

Languges: Xhosa, English, Afrikaans.

Format: Community, Talk, Pop.

First air date: 25 April 1993

Owner: Brenda Leonard