Here's a blurb from the Student Radio site:
"Student Radio is more than just the birthplace of radio stars, this is where people have discovered the core of the real life, that is where to have the best party...The marketing copy couldn't be cheesier, and indeed, the stations that I listened to had a very slick top 40 feel to them with iconic commercial radio-style station IDs. From the charts and station descriptions listed on the site, it's clear that many of the stations are playing popular music (I tuned in to one station playing Britney Spears), so I'd be interested to hear if any of them have a more independent music focus. Also, there's some ad support for the network, with streaming sponsored by an Internet casino when I listened. Regardless, kind of fun to take a listen to college radio from another country.
Now studentradio.co.za brings you more.... where to find everything you need to live the student life, from parties, to music and everything in between. Yesterday Student Radio was about sounding like amateurs on air and only to the cafeteria, today it’s about being better than the big stations and keeping in touch with your lifestyle!"