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MAY

Area Code - In Conversation With Pabi Moloi

Pabi Moloi Joins Pretty Ngwenya on Area code to touch on various parts of her life from being a Radio and Television broadcaster to being a mother but most important they speak about the success she has obtained in her career
29
MAR

Vow Fm Drive - Rape examination with Dr Ditiragalo Molao

South Africa is said to be the rape capital of the world, with someone being raped or sexually abused at every 25 seconds.

Rape rates are so high that a woman in South Africa is more likely to get raped than she is to learn how to read. Furthermore, in a survey out of 1200 schools across the country, two out of five male learners have been raped.

We are clearly in a crisis, thus Kgosigadi and Ayanda Ntuli thought to have a conversation with medical doctor, founder and director of Sediba of Hope NPO - Dr Ditiragalo Molao, to understand which medical procedures should one anticipate should they fall victim to ‘what-seems-not-so-inevitable’ heinous crime of rape

Catch The VOWFM DRIVE Week Days 3pm-6pm.
21
MAR

LGBTQI+ Human Rights

South Africa’s constitution prohibits unfair discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and guarantees equality for the LGBTQI+ community.

Nevertheless, majority of this community is still subjected to discrimination and violence, VOW FM News helps us understand the rights of the LGBTQI+ community.

Compiled and reported Cliff Shiko (VOW FM NEWS)
21
MAR

Are you Exercising your Human Rights Fully?

No one, not even the state has the right to violate or disrespect anyone’s human rights, but are South Africans freely practicing their rights?

A number of South Africans are unaware of the rights they are entitled to and in this podcast, we shed light on exactly that.

Compiled and reported by Mapaballo Borotho (VOW FM NEWS)
21
MAR

Foreign Nationals and Human Rights

It is an unfortunate fact that some South Africans exercise xenophobic acts to foreign nationals.

In this podcast, we discuss the rights that foreign nationals residing in South Africa can observe as the country commemorates Human Rights Day?

Report compiled by Kwena Seema (VOW FM NEWS)
21
MAR

What Does Human Rights Day Mean To You

Human Rights Day in South Africa is historically linked with March 21, 1960, and the events of Sharpeville, Gauteng Province. On that day sixty-nine people died and one-hundred-and-eighty were wounded when police fired on a peaceful crowd that had gathered in protest against the then Pass laws

Compiled and reported by Mmangaliso Khumalo (VOW FM NEWS).
21
MAR

Human Rights Not Observed

Human Rights Day is a national day that is commemorated annually on March 21st to remind South Africans about the sacrifices that accompanied the struggle for the attainment of democracy in South Africa.

This podcast sheds light on how some human rights are not observed.

Compiled and reported by Rumbidzai Chivende (VOW FM NEWS)
21
MAR

COVID-19 & Human Rights

The South African constitutional democracy guarantees citizens certain basic human rights. However, the regulations that attended to South Africa’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic severely limited some of those rights.

These include the right to freedom of movement, vaccination and assembly, and the right to work or trade.

Compiled and reported by Rumbidzai Chivende (VOW FM NEWS)
15
MAR

All you need to know about your credit score

Credit Score
Annaline van der Poel, head of New Business at Debt Rescue joins Area Code to talk about all there is to know about a credit score.

She has been a registered debt counselor since 2008 and also holds a LLB degree. She entered this industry, as personal finance and consumer rights are two of her passions, and educating consumers on financial well- being is something close to her heart.

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