SW Radio Africa has now shut down, but we are leaving a few key archive programs on the main page for the interest of our listeners.
The site will remain in place for a few more months.
Our unique 13 year sound archive will be hosted by archive.org and as soon as that becomes accessible we will post the details on this site.
It is with regret that SW Radio Africa announces that it is closing down. We recently stopped our shortwave transmissions but have continued to provide broadcasts via our website and other formats, but these too will cease.
We’d like to thank the organisations and individuals who have supported us for the past 13 years and the contributors to our programs who have given so willingly of their time and expertise.
In particular we’d like to thank our listeners, who have shared their lives, hopes and dreams with us and helped us to tell the story of Zimbabwe’s sad decline to the world.
We hope that one day Zimbabwe will have a government who understands that its sole responsibility is to ensure a safe, healthy, prosperous life for every man, woman and child in the country.
Our first broadcast was on 19th December 2001.
Our last broadcast will be on 10th August 2014.
It’s been a privilege.
4th August 2014