The JJC Podcast Experience

You’re procrastinating right now, aren’t you? Yup, we knew it.
But don’t fret, this is the most effective soundtrack to drown out your google classroom notifications.

We are the Johannesburg Junior Council and our mission as a youth run organization is to empower the voice of the unheard. Join us as we embark on challenging conversations around all things social, political and current. The only difference? It’s coming from fellow high school procrastinators who might just have a thing or two to say about the world that we live in. Just like you, right?

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29
NOV
2020

What happened to protect and serve?

This podcast gives some insight into police brutality as a global issue, and focuses on police brutality in South Africa with a look into the nature, history and causes of it with an insight into how bad it has been over the past couple of years.
31
OCT
2020

What we can take away from the Covid-19 Pandemic

Covid-19 has been one of society’s darkest, ugliest, most brutal diseases.

It is not all doom and gloom though, there are some important, valuable lessons that we can take away from this pandemic.

Join me, in the conversation.
24
OCT
2020

Thinking Ahead

The common denominator amongst people that shake the foundations of our existence is they think ahead. They get a glimpse of the future and translate it into the present, very often leaving them wealthy too.

Let’s discuss this interesting topic.
21
OCT
2020

The idea of reading books

In this episode I open up about my journey with books and give different but helpful advice on finding the perfect book for you.
17
OCT
2020

Growing up in a black and leading the way for male revelation

In today's episode we talk about something fun for most black children. But also come with values and morals.

Being a black child in a moderate household is one of the best childhood memories as you have to fighting your way through everything whether it being hiding, food or curfews
07
OCT
2020

How Socrates and Plato’s model of thinking still shake the rusty edges of existence, knowledge and discovery today.

In the 21st century we live in a reality where knowledge is readily available at our fingertips and a person’s intelligence is based off of memorization.

Let us spin the wheel of time back and look at two of the greatest thinkers who: shaped the way we are supposed to go about learning, and go about making discoveries and acquiring knowledge

Presenter: Sipho
03
OCT
2020

Depression

In this episode we talk about an issue that mostly gene-Z which is depression

Once if not twice in our lives we get into a phase where we don't know who we are and what our purpose is and all we can think about is just leaving the earth and not being a burden wl those are some symptoms of depression. It is very easy to find yourself in that phase.
26
SEP
2020

The importance of self education

In this episode I speak on the importance of learning beyond our textbooks. I speak about why this is important and give ideas on ways one can start that learning process.

Presenter: Sechaba

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