As the country marks almost a full year of CoVid19 restrictions and lockdowns, many student organisations have had to adapt to unprecedented ways of working remotely. One such organisation is UCT Radio, broadcasting daily from the homes of 30 of its freshest deejays via the latest in media technology and software.
Instead of broadcasting live from its studios, UCT Radio presenters have embraced the 4th Industrial Revolution, turning bedrooms, bathrooms, and garages into recording booths.
Written by Wade Coetzee (with partial contribution by Rebecca Cullum)
You've have reached the stage of your life when it’s time to go out into the "real world" and look for work. It's quite a daunting and overwhelming task. Where do even you start looking? How do you draft a CV? How do you prepare for an interview?
Hanna Kuruneri, known by her stage name, “Hanna”, seems an anomaly in this complex environment. Having spent time in the recording studio with major South African artists such as Nasty C, Tellaman and Rowlene and still being serious about her academics, she seems to be paving a new way for students aiming to be professional musicians.