Voice of The Millennials

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±20 min episodes every 2 weeks, 4 days  | 
Voice of the Millennials is hosted by Yaseen Kippie. Millennials, referring to those people born between the years 1984 and 2004. Igniting the youth, this show speaks about issues, events and solutions to uplift and inspire the youth. To contribute to the show email yaseenk63@gmail.com

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50 Years of Quranic excellence with Jam 'Eyyatul Qurraa

Herein Yaseen Kippie speaks to Mr. Nizaam as well as Mr. Sharief Abbas and Mr. Mahmoud Surthi concerning the 50 year anniversary dinner that will be held at Dawn Mountains in Franschoek. They also discuss the connection between Dawn Mountains and Jam 'Eyyatul Quraa (JEQ)

Political Journalism with Quaanitah Hunter

We delve deep into the career and decision making of well-known South African Journalist Quaanitah Hunter. Despite being only 25 years old, she is a senior reporter for many media houses. The following is a break down of the discussion:
00:00: How Quaanitah Hunter's career in journalism started
06:42: Her first book 'The Diary of a Guji Girl'
10:47: mental health and journalism
14:57: how she clarified the new NDP directorate and Eskom unbundling amidst confusing sensationalism in the media.
19:08: her understanding of zulu and judging politicians based on language
21.55: media ethics, covering the maharani meeting, fake news., deciding how to choose stories.
29:41: her upcoming podcast on the South African criminal justice system
31:40: is it possible for a journalist to have a personal alignment to a political party?
33:50: the future of journalism as a trade.
36:22: how to give hope amid negative news.
38:52: concluding with more personal remarks

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