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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
Christianity
Communities Want Improved Radio Network Coverage
Late afternoon at /Uibes in the Daweb constituency in the Hardap region, Chrizelda Witbooi holds a three-metre improvised radio antenna made from wire and stick, protruding above the roof, while her husband Dawid !Homchob tunes the radio in the hope to get radio frequency from the national radio broadcast in their local Nama language.
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The Other Side of Geingob
How many children do you have? Speaking as a pan-Africanist, those that I can say are my children are numerous. I have been blessed to be a father figure to many Namibians and even foreigners, particularly during the liberation struggle. Literally many Namibians found themselves in exile without fathers and mothers or any income whatsoever.
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A Plea to President Weah - Avoid Tendencies of Dictatorship
IT HAS BEEN NEARLY two years now since Talk Show icon Patrick Honnah's struggles to launch his Punch FM and TV station fell through the cracks. IN JUNE 2018, THE then newly-minted George Manneh Weah government suspended operating licenses and authorizations issued media operators between January 1-June 18, 2018.
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Meet the only man to witness all 3 WWII atomic bomb blasts
Manhattan Project officials, including Dr. Robert J. Oppenheimer, in the white hat, and next to him Gen. Leslie Groves, inspect the remains of the Trinity test tower on September 9, 1945. Los Alamos National Laboratory/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images August is the 75th anniversary of the....
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Satan Takes The Word of God Away
In “The Parable of the Sower” as recorded in Mark 4:1-20, Jesus taught his followers that a farmer went out to sow his seeds by scattering them. Some of the seeds fell along the path and the birds came and ate them. Some fell on rocky places where they did not have much soil to anchor the roots so....
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Papa Shirandula: The Footballer-Turned-Thespian Who Became a Cultural Icon
When Charles Bukeko attended Jogoo Road Primary School in the 1970s, it was a bastion of sporting, athletic and academic prowess in an era when the emerging Eastlands urban spaces were orderly, clean, well-tended, and provided a quality environment In which to live.
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Jack Knox: Beyond horrors of war, lives without bitterness
As a five-year-old, that last bit hit home. “I could relate to them as a little child, and I felt terrible,” she says. By then her family’s house had already burned in the firestorm that destroyed much of Tokyo after a series of air raids. “We lost everything.
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Why The President Of Ghana Was Insulted ...
On 3 rd August, 2020, some final year students, after literally being frustrated by their WASSCE first examination paper, Integrated Science, redirected their frustrations and anger hurling unprintable words at the President of Ghana, Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
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Sheep rustlers force farmers to turn to tech to keep track of stolen livestock
Tiny electronic security tags are being hidden on sheep, as livestock rustling from UK farms becomes an increasing problem. The number of sheep stolen from fields and hillsides went up 15% at the start of lockdown, with thefts of all animals now costing farmers an estimated 3m a year.
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Face Coverings mandatory in all retail settings from tomorrow
A man in his mid 70’s has died while climbing Croagh Patrick. Mayo Mountain Rescue came to the assistance of the man on the cone section of Croagh Patrick. Rescue 118 was also tasked to assist MMRT. Once the Coastguard helicopter’s paramedic was on scene, 174 people have tested positive for....
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Sheep rustlers force farmers to turn to tech to keep track of stolen livestock
Tiny electronic security tags are being hidden on sheep, as livestock rustling from UK farms becomes an increasing problem. The number of sheep stolen from fields and hillsides went up 15% at the start of lockdown , with thefts of all animals now costing farmers an estimated £3m a year.
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