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16
JUN
12pm

YOUTH DAY SPECIAL - WHAT DO YOU THINK IS STOPPING YOU FROM GETTING A JOB?

YOUTH DAY SPECIAL - WHAT DO YOU THINK IS STOPPING

YOU FROM GETTING A JOB?
• South Africa has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in
the world with 63% of its young people between the ages of 15 and
24 years jobless.
• A large proportion of these young people have never worked in the
formal economy.
• As research in many parts of Africa, including Kenya, Ethiopia and
Zimbabwe has shown, unemployed young people use a wide range
of economic strategies and practices to acquire an income.
• The survival strategies often include running car wash ventures,
fixing people’s cars as informal mechanics, and renting back rooms
or shacks.
• These livelihood strategies rarely constituted a formalised business
or enterprise.
BLACK BUSINESS COUNCIL YOUTH CHAIR THOBELA
MAPONYA
NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY NELISIWE
NZIMANDE SENIOR MANAGER: PDDD
16
JUN
11am

SYSTEMATIC RACISM IN SCHOOLS

WHAT’S NEWS: SYSTEMATIC RACISM IN SCHOOLS

It’s 2021, 27 years into South Africa’s democratic dispensation, and

racism is still playing out in the country’s schools.
• Just this month there have been numerous stories of racist
behaviour, separatist language policies, and parents fighting for
equal treatment of children in public schools.
• This is happening despite legislative changes since the end of
apartheid, along with noticeable change in the demographics of
former white and private schools.
• The problem is that genera assimilatory practises where black
students are expected to think, look and speak like their white peers
still exists.
• Many formerly whites only schools also show little flexibility in
accommodating the identities and worldviews of students from
other race groups.

Equal Education's Head of Internal Education and Training Unit
Reshoketswe Mapokgole
South African Council of Educators Legal and Ethics Manager Mr.
George Moroasui
15
JUN
10am

NUMSA spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola

what’s news:
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA is consulting its attorneys about possibly interdicting processes to collapse state-owned enterprises like the troubled SA Airways.
14
JUN
4am

Tshepiso Matentjie

DAILY SEGMENT: MORNING FLAVA: PERSONAL MASTERY
With psychologist, life coach, personal-change catalyst – Tshepiso
Matentjie
 
TWITTER: @tmatent
Positive thinking, or an optimistic attitude, is the practice of focusing

on the good in any given situation.
10
JUN
6am

Taz, a psychic medium

DAILY SEGMENT: MORNING FLAVA: SPIRITUAL CONNECTIONS
FOR A READING CALL US ON: 089 110 33 77

GUEST: Taz, a psychic medium with experience of over 20 years.
She covers career, relationships and health as well as cross overs
For consultations reach Taz on: 0746008000
INSTAGRAM: @tazsingh4
10
JUN
6am

Layton Beard

WHAT’S NEWS:
• The planned national rollout of the Administrative Adjudication of Road
Traffic Offences Act from July 1 this year is facing two possible legal
challenges.
AA spokesperson Layton Beard
09
JUN
6am

Nokulunga Tshetu

DAILY SEGMENT: MORNING FLAVA: Entrepreneur segment

Nokulunga Tshetu

BIO • Nokulunga’s Kitchen is a 100% black-women owned catering
the business that targets private, corporate, and public sector clients.
• The business has only been operating for a few years and is based
in Centurion and East London.
09
JUN
6am

Elias Malindi

WHAT’S NEWS:

• In the northwest, An illegal school that had been operating from a
house under the guise of providing homeschooling has now been
closed and its owner will face fraud charges.
Elias Malindi, North West Education Departmental Spokesperson
08
JUN
8am

Constance Mathe

WHAT’S NEWS:

• The KZN legislature hosted its inaugural sex workers’ symposium in
Pietermaritzburg last Friday to find resolutions to the exploitative
trade for the betterment of the sector.

Constance Mathe from Sex Workers Education

and Advocacy Taskforce
08
JUN
8am

Toby Shapshak

DAILY SEGMENT: MORNING FLAVA: Tech Tuesday
INTRO • Nigeria has blocked twitter access in the country, after the social
media site removed a tweet by Nigerian President Muhammadu
Buhari.

Toby Shapshak - Toby Shapshak writes and speaks about how innovation is

better in Africa

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