Tuks FM was nominated in three mixed categories, which feature stations in the commercial, PBS and community sectors. These were for Content Producer, Station Imaging and Radio Documentary.

The nominations received thus far are as follows:
  • Campus Station of the Year
  • Afternoon Drive Presenter — Nthabeleng Matela, Retshepile Seakamela and Ipeleng Thakanyane
  • Afternoon Drive Show
  • Breakfast Show Presenter — Naledi Makgatho
  • Breakfast Show
  • Community Project — See the Sounds (a radio broadcast for the deaf) and The Reform Platform
  • Content Producer — Breakfast Show and The Sex Show - Duane van Wyk and Henrietta Amofa
  • Music Show — The Tuks FM Top 40
  • New Bulletin Reader — Nthabeleng Matela
  • Night-time Show — What's the Vibe: Sports Recap
  • Promotions Stunt / Event — See the Sounds (a radio broadcast for the deaf) and The Tuks FM Balcony Sessions
  • Radio Documentary — 012 Are We Racist?
  • Station Imaging
  • Weekend Radio Show — 012 Essence
The gala event, which was scheduled for Saturday, 18 April, has been canceled due to COVID-19. Winners will be announced online on Friday, 17 April at 14:00.

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