#HOWTO: Understanding Record Labels & SAMRO
As a musician or music producer, there are three routes one can take with your career: sign with a major label, sign with an independent label or be an independent (unsigned) artist.
SA Artist Spotlight
This week we're featuring the super talented Ursus & Wolf on the SA Artist Spotlight!
Effervesce Show: Compilation Project
The Effervesce Show: Compilation Project
In celebration of 50 shows, which was not an easy milestone to get to, The Effervesce Show is putting together a compilation project. The project aims to showcase the talented South African musicians, artists and producers the show has gotten in...
UCT Radio New Schedule
Our new on air schedule has been introduced and implemented. The changes mainly include different names for shows and a slight change in the show times. Familiarise yourself with the new schedule so that you can stay tuned to your favourite...


Wednesday, 24 May 2017
The Sh!t They Don’t Tell You At Orientation

Here are a few tips to make your days on campus a lot more manageable as well as enjoyable!

Publication Date:
Monday, February 1, 2016 - 13:00
2016 Game Changers

This  #RiseAndGrind breakfast show's Duncan Patrick shares his pick of who he thinks will be changing the local media industry in 2016. 

Publication Date:
Friday, January 15, 2016 - 11:15
The Perils of Promo Work

As students many of us look for jobs during the vac period so that we may fund all of the activities that we would like to do. Most students resort to easy work with short working hours such as promotional work. Our breakfast DJ Duncan Patrick shares his experience of doing  promo work.  

Publication Date:
Monday, December 7, 2015 - 10:15
You must suma learn slang!

If you were not born and bred in the Mother city, you may find it difficult to understand many of the slang terms used by the locals. UCT Radio's content producers, Nadia and Saara head out on to campus in search of people's best definitions of common slang words used in Cape Town. 

Publication Date:
Friday, October 16, 2015 - 16:00