UNITY: Radio stations to broadcast South Africa's National Anthem at 1pm today
As part of South Africans' moment of national solidarity against coronavirus, stations will again broadcast our National Anthem today at 1pm.
702 Programming Manager Alastair Teeling-Smith has said citizens must do what is necessary to modify social behaviour to tackle the threat COVID-19 that South Africa and the world face.
We invite you to join us on 702 for a moment of national solidarity against the coronavirus. We must all do what we need to do to modify our social behavior to tackle the threat that South Africa and the world face.Alastair Teeling-Smith, Programming manager, 702
During the lockdown, we need to be responsible. Coming together while we play the National Anthem is our commitment to that.Alastair Teeling-Smith, Programming manager, 702
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