#Agenda2063 Human Development Zone

This show hosts movers and shakers from around the Africa and looks into challenges and succeses in the Human Development space towards attaining the SDGs. This includes education, health and eradication of poverty. We invite experts from all over the Africa to share their insights with our listeners. #TheAfricaWeWant #Agenda2063

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Africa Needs Attitude Change to Be Able to Leapfrog

We have had about #AfricaRising and how Africa can #Leapfrog - For this to happen, we as the children of this continent have to change our attitutde. We have to align our mindsets we our lofty ideals. We have to realise that attitude is the fuel that propels action. African can rise from the ashes and conquer if we truly work towards it.
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Tutu Fellows' Statement on the Unrest in Zimbabwe - 17/01/2019

Tutu Fellows call upon the Zimbabwean government to release all civic leaders and activists who have been arrested and detained over the protests. The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellows (“Tutu Fellows”), of the African Leadership Institute, are a diverse group of civic, political and business leaders from 40 African countries who are concerned with the governance and development of the African continent. #Zimbabwe #ZimbabweShutDown #EvanMawarire #EmersonMnangagwa

Omeiza Steve Saint John - African Youth Have Power to Overcome Dictators

Omeiza Steve Saint John, Founder of Dexterity Radio and Darlington Steve Foundation and has been in the entertainment Industry for the past 15 years in Nigeria and South Africa, An Oracle in Radio, Film and Television Content Production, A Talk Show Host, An Innovator of Ideas, Creating Proving Structure in the Media Industry, Driving Sales through Innovative Measure, A Collector of Thought and Mastering of Idea.

Emotions Developer and Producer, Gearing your Mind into Productive and Innovative thinking that will revolutionize your World. There are opportunities close to you than you think, let’s talk business.

He is very people centric, although he can be at times deep he has a disciplined character, humble but very assertive and strong headed; To others he could sound opinionated but he is very energetic, a goal getter, likes exploring, loves challenges and in his words, nothing is impossible.

Honourable Brigitte Mabandla endorses African Youth Development Summit 2018

The Education Support Forum spoke to Honorable Brigitte Mabandla at the African Youth Development Summit 2018 held at the Pan African Parliament in Johannesburg.

Brigitte Mabandla was born on the 23rd of November 1948. In the mid-1970s, she worked as a youth co-ordinator at the Institute of Race Relations in Durban but left South Africa for Zambia where she obtained her LLB degree. Between 1981 and 1983 she taught English and Law at the Botswana polytechnic and from 1983 to 1986 she taught Commercial Law at the Botswana Institute of Administration and Commerce. From 1986 to 1990 she served as the legal advisor to the ANC Legal and Constitutional Affairs Department. During this time she specialised in Children’s rights, human rights and constitutional affairs.

After the unbanning of the ANC and other political organisations, she returned to South Africa as part of the ANC’s negotiating team and is currently a member of the party’s Constitutional Commission. She is the co-founder of the National Committee for the Rights of the Child and has travelled worldwide promoting children’s rights. In 1995 she became the Deputy Minister of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology and in 2003, she was appointed the Minister of Housing.

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