Shiya Incabhayi does a number of different projects with people in different locations in the Kingdom of Swaziland. 

These projects include:

Roadshows School Debates Community Talk Shows, and many more

To invite us to your community, school, etc; call us or come to our offices in Manzini. Contact: (+268) 2505 4845  /  (+268) 2505 4772  

Shiya ’incabhayi is a HIV AIDS Programme which specializes on prevention, which includes Abstinence and Faithfulness. It has a radio talk show to which adults and young people can get to be helped in issues touching HIV AIDS. This program started in 2008 and up to this time it is still operating, offering assistance to thousands of people locally and outside the country of Swaziland.

In the Wednesday shows, many different topics are discussed which are picked using the help of the listens. Adults are encouraged to be “FAITHFUL TO ONE PARTNER” and are discouraged in INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

The topics are discussed and listeners get the opportunity to call and comment on the chosen topic that is discussed on that day. Many different people get to be interviewed on the different topics and also share their testimonies and help other listeners who may also be facing the relevant program.

The topics covered on the live broadcasts include:

       1. Handling peer pressure

       2. Education on HIV related matters

In the Friday shows, young people are encouraged to “TOTAL ABSTINENCE” & “Secondary Abstinence”

Young people get to be help in problems faced by young people in these times. Young people get to listen to other young people share their testimonies and live calls are accepted for listeners to be able to ask questions relevant to the topic discussed. The program is then repeated on Wednesdays due to popular demand. Topics discussed include:

Latest trends (fashion and gadgets).

Adapting to new environment.

Co- habitation.

Shiya Incabhayi broadcast times
Days Time Target Audience
Wednesday 1500 – 1600 hrs Adults
Friday 1500 – 1600 hrs Youth
Tuesday (Repeat of Wednesday Show) 1830 – 1930 hrs Youth