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25
AUG
2021

Unpacking Safety for Women and Girls In SA

In this episode we explore the idea of safety for women and girls, and how the absence of it affects the quality of their lives. We are joined by Social Worker, Thato Mokoena, who shares her own lived experiences as a queer woman, as well as how she applies herself in her job in order to achieve the best possible outcome for the people who seek help from her.
30
JUL
2021

Rest As a Form of Resistance for Black Women

In this episode, we unpack how young women can participate in activism by putting themselves first.
Our guest, Lethabo Mailula expands on the idea of radical rest and its importance in cultivating longevity and meaningfulness to the lives of black women.
05
JUL
2021

The state of youth in South Africa

We spoke to Jadzia Samuel, a student at City University in London abut the state of youth in South Africa as part of her journalism assignment. In 2021, young black people in South Africa still face the same challenges as those living under the apartheid regime, argues a youth activist group. Amid rising rates of unemployment, and falling standards of social care, there are fears that young people in South Africa continue to be left behind.
31
MAY
2021

Africa Month Podcast Episode 3: South Africa and Zimbabwe

To celebrate Africa Month, we asked young people to share the best and worst of their experiences of living and working in Africa. We spoke to Chidochase Manuwa, an intern at the United Nations Development Programme, about alternative funding for humanitarian work and giving young people a seat at the table.
19
MAY
2021

Africa Month Podcast Episode 2: South Sudan and Kenya

To celebrate Africa Month, we asked young people to share the best and worst of their experiences of living and working in Africa. In this first episode, we speak to Nelson Kwaje; programs director at Defy Hate Now in South Sudan, whose work centers on creating a safe online environment by mitigating misinformation and wider internet/digital access. Nelson, who oscillates between Juba and Nairobi in Kenya, shares on the challenges and opportunities for youth between both countries.
12
MAY
2021

Africa Month Podcast Episode 1: Malawi

To celebrate Africa Month, we asked young people to share the best and worst of their experiences of living and working in Africa. In this first episode, we speak to Thandi Mkandawire who is a clinical social worker in Malawi.

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