MUT Radio proves itself as a reliable source of information

The Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) radio station (MUT Radio) has become more and more a source of reliable news source. The station is a welcomed addition to other communication platforms. The Station Manager, Slindile Ngobese, said the station’s listenership numbers were growing. Ngobese added that the numbers had grown by a large percentage, compared to the same period last year. Ngobese also said that Afika Mkhahlela, the driver of the midday Campus Voice show, is attracting big numbers.

The MUT Radio has committed to providing accurate, prompt, and verifiable news. The media are encouraged to do reconstructive and attributive quotes, by sourcing information from podcasts.

The radio station has a wide variety of topics, as guided by its programmes. These topics include music, news and interviews which is ideal for students, academics, and the stations online listeners. ‘’MUT Radio brings informative content that is relevant for everyone, with music, news, and interviews, MUT Radio covers it all,’’ said Ntokozo Buthelezi, Technical Manager and Producer at the MUT Radio station.

There are quite a few ways that you can listen to MUT Radio. You can listen to MUT Radio on the MUT website. For more information about MUT Radio, and live streaming, visit:

For those of you with a mobile phones or tablets, you can download the MUT Radio App and listen to the radio station on your favourite device. For Apple users visit this link: and for Android users visit this link:

The other option is to visit and search for MUT Radio and you can find a wide variety of MUT Radio shows and podcasts to enjoy at your leisure.

For media enquiries and interviews contact Slindile Ngobese, Program and News Manager, MUT Radio

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