Radio Swaziland (SBIS) COE

Radio Swaziland (SBIS) COE

Date: September 10, 2015
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Fact file
Country Swaziland
Media House Radio Swaziland SBIS
Baseline score 52%
Latest score 74%
Proportion of women sources 33%
Gender Policy No
Joined the COE programme 2011
Summit Yes
Full media profile Click here to view

The SBIS was established in 1965. The station broadcasts 24 hours on (Swaziland Broadcasting and Information Service 1 and 2. It attracts the highest listeners across all Swaziland’s administrative district.

COE Report card
Stage Description Date Outputs
I Meetings and adoption of COE concept 5 March 2012
II Situational analysis March 2012 Report
III Inception workshop February 2014 Report
IV Policy drafting March 2012 Draft policy
V Adoption
VI Opinion and commentary April 2014 Report
VII Understanding the context July 2014 Report
Media Management and editing May 2015 Report
Constitutional and legal rights and governance May 2015 Report
Climate change and sustainable development July 2015 Report
Education and training
Productive resources, employment and economic resources July 2015 Report
Gender Based Violence November 2014 Report
Health and HIV and AIDS November 2014 Report
Peace building June 2015 Report
Implementation June 2015 Report
VIII Self monitoring March 2013
IX External monitoring and evaluation February 2013
X Summit March 2013

Best Media Radio Award


Download : SBIS profile
Download : SBIS Draft Gender Policy
Download : Best Media Radio Award
Download : Inception workshop
Download : Draft Gender Policy
Download : Opinion and Commentary writing workshop
Download : Understanding the context
Download : Reporting Peace and Security and Implementation
Download : Reporting climate change , productive resources and climate change
Download : Media management and leadership
Download : Reporting Constitutional and Legal Rights

2 thoughts on “Radio Swaziland (SBIS) COE”

Ndivhuwo Tshikala says:

Is it possible to access you station in SA Limpopo

Good day
I am Menzi Kubheka based in Johannesburg. I was a big fan of Khala mdumbadumbane program hosted by the late Mr J Gama the charesmatic Sigcoko Siyancinca Dlamini. I missed the two so much. It is possible that I can get their recorded programs, please. If yes, How do I go about, I am fully aware that it goes with costs.

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