USA based Beitbridge born ICT guru donates digital gadgets to Lotsha FM

Mmeli Mbedzi

Beitbridge’s only licensed community radio station got a boost to its operations when one of the Beitbridge sons who is now based in the United States of America (USA), Mr Courage Noko donated an assortment of digital equipment on Sunday.

The equipment includes two smartphones, one laptop and one hard drive.

The development comes a few weeks following the donation of a branded gazebo, chair and banners to the radio station by businessman Mr Bigboy Tshithaudze who is based in the United Kingdom.

The new gadgets are set to boost the radio station’s adaption to the ever evolving digital world.

In the last few months, the diaspora community and local corporates and individuals have been coming on board to make sure the radio station remains viable and the members of staff who are all working on a voluntary basis remain motivated.

Lotsha FM station manager, Miss Progress Moyo, said: “We really appreciate the efforts by the staff and the community in support of the radio station, which must remain sustainable. We do believe that with the hard work being shown by our staff in raising the flag of our area, the preservation of our culture and promotion of our language will see more sons and daughters of Beitbridge coming on board to support our vision”. #TunetoLotshaFM90.1