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Pulpit Media Group would like to thank Farmers In Need, Hope Grass Project and all our listeners and supporters for making a difference in the lives of farmers. On 15 March 2016 we could deliver the feed. Click here to see some photograps.

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On an official visit from communications minister, Faith Muthambi, to Radio Pulpit on 2 July, the Minister congratulated the Station and the Pulpit Media Group (PMG) on being the 2015 MTN Community Station of the Year. This was not the only fact that made the visit extraordinary - Muthambi told Lucky Mbiko in a radio interview that she has grown up with Radio Pulpit and that this Station has played a major role in her development. "I have always wanted to...

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Radio Pulpit broadcasts Christian progra…

Radio Pulpit, member of the Pulpit Media Group (PMG) has made a second DRM channel available from the Radio Pulpit DRM test facility at Kameeldrift, Pretoria.  The Christian station is performing DRM trials under a temporary license from ICASA and has been broadcasting its programs since July 2014 on the   1440 kHz frequency. Dr Roelf Petersen, Group MD of PMG and Chairperson of DRMSA (Digital Radio Mondiale, Southern Africa) confirmed that the transmissions of the BBC is now being co-transmitted as...

Analogue vs Digital in Gaborone, Botswan…

On 27 July 2014 Chris Joubert made a recording comparing the 657AM 50kW analog signal from Meyerton to the new 12kW DRM 1440 kHz signal in Kameeldrift, Pretoria, while he visited Gaborone in Botswana, which is more than 400 kilometers away from the transmitters. {mp3}DRMBotswanaRecording{/mp3}  

Why digital radio?

Why digital radio?

Just when you have tuned in to your favourite program on 657AM and you really do not want to miss the special guest's reply, you pass the bright yellow car on your left, while aiming for the lane on the right. In front of you the next bridge across the road towers from side to side. And then it happens...  all you hear is a disturbing GGGGG...  The sound becomes clear again, in time to hear the familiar jingle play...

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Why look forward to DRM?

With Radio Pulpit's 25kW Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) transmitter your listening experience will be enhanced through: Crystal clear audio quality with stereo and 5.1 surround sound. Now you can show the kids how it is done!    A wider choice - Up to four programs can be transmitted on one frequency, making multilingual programs possible. At first programs will be simulcast in analogue and digital so that everyone has a change to migrate over to digital radio at their own convenience; A robust signal...

Radio Pulpit makes history with first digital broadcast in SA

Radio Pulpit makes history with first di…

Radio Pulpit, member of the Pulpit Media Group (PMG), proved to be on the cutting edge of technology during the launch of the Southern African DRM Platform on 25 June in Centurion. This Christian community station has made history by leading the SA radio broadcasting industry into the digital era with the first LIVE digital medium wave broadcast in South Africa. The Digital Radio Mondiale™ (DRM) broadcast, transmitted from Radio Pulpit's DRM ready 25kW transmitter in Kameeldrift, Pretoria, caused great excitement...

New Digital Radio Mondiale™ (DRM) Platfo…

The DRM Consortium is expanding its activities with the launch of a new DRM Platform in Southern Africa. The objectives of the DRM Consortium's Southern Africa DRM Platform, a voluntary group without financial aims, are to coordinate the various industry stakeholders in the countries of Southern Africa interested in DRM, to stimulate the introduction and roll-out of DRM broadcasts and to demonstrate a business case for producing and selling DRM radio sets or auxiliary devices. The DRM Platform in Southern Africa...

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Ecclesiastes 9:9 MSG 
2016-09-27Written by Bob and Debby Gass
Enjoy each day
Solomon writes: 'Seize life! Eat bread with gusto...Oh, yes - God takes pleasure in your pleasure! Dress festively every morning. Don't skimp on colours and scarves. Relish life with the spouse you love...every day of your precarious life. Each day is God's gift. It's all you get in exchange for the hard work of staying alive. Make the most of each one! Whatever turns up, grab it and do it. And heartily! This is your last and only chance... for there's neither work to do nor thoughts to think in the company of the dead, where you're most certainly headed' (vv. 7-10 MSG). So, what are you waiting for? To graduate? To get married? To have children? To retire? Life is about the journey, not the destination! Your life is here and now, your family is here and now, your marriage is here and now, your career is here and now. The journey takes place every day, and you can find meaning when you search for a greater purpose. You can find small joys every day if you have eyes of faith. Solomon recognized that ultimately we all end up at the same destination - the grave. The only difference lies in how much we enjoy the journey. Instead of obsessing over the things you can't control, focus on what you can control and leave the rest to God. Phil Cooke writes: 'I have to believe that God's in control, and for me to always demand answers is to assume His role. I've decided to sit back and let Him be God and let me be me.' That's a philosophy you would do well to adopt!
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