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01

S1E1 Artivism - bridging the gap between art and activism

In this episode, 19-year-old Zaheer Sooliman from Johannesburg shares his story of how he combines art and activism to inspire change, bridging the gap between creativity and policy for climate action.

Hosted by Hajar Ahjum-Mathee.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Zaheer Connect with Kiara Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
02

S1E2 Using technology and innovation to tackle the climate crisis

In this episode, 15-year-old Almaaz Mudaly from Johannesburg shares her story of how using technology and innovation can help to tackle the climate crisis, and how this needs to be included in climate policy.

Hosted by Sibusiso Mazomba.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Almaaz Connect with Kiara Connect with Sibusiso Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
03

S1E3 The journey to the COP26 climate negotiations

In this episode, 20-year-old Sibusiso Mazomba from Johannesburg shares his story of being an official youth delegate for the COP26 climate negotiations in Glasgow, and the journey he went on to get there.

Hosted by Almaaz Mudaly.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Sibusiso Connect with Almaaz Connect with Kiara Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
04

S1E4 Creating the South African Youth Climate Action Plan

In this episode, 18-year-old Rachael Guise-Brown from Johannesburg shares her experiences about working on the Youth Climate Action Plan (YCAP), and how she combines policy and implementation in her climate activism

Hosted by Zaheer Sooliman

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Rachael Connect with Zaheer Connect with Kiara Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
05

S1E5 Writing as a tool for environmental activism

In this episode, 18-year-old Thembi Mathebula from Alberton shares her story about how she discovered the power of writing and became a catalyst for change in her community, after being involved in the Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) initiative run by WESSA.

Hosted by Khahliso Myataza

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Kiara Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
06

S1E6 Intersectional feminism in South Africa

In this episode, 18-year-old Hajar Ahjum-Mathee from Cape Town shares her story of how she became an intersectional feminist, and how this inspired her to become an activist for social change.

Hosted by Rachael Guise-Brown

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Rachael Connect with Racahel Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
07

S1E7 Mental health, activism and breaking down stereotypes

In this episode, 18-year-old Khahliso Myataza shares a deeply personal story about breaking down stereotypes in the activism space, and how this inspired her on a journey of intersectional activism focused on gender and climate change.

Hosted by Thembi Mathebula

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desiree Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcasts.

Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Connect with Kiara Connect with Desiree https://saiia.org.za/youth
01

S2E1 The King of Waste Management

Did you know that South Africans generate roughly 122 million tons of waste per year? Waste management is a serious issue and in this episode, King Solomon Gamede from Mpumalanga gets his hands dirty and tells an incredible story of how he became an advocate for waste management and waste reclaimers rights.

Learn more about King: Instagram - Kingsolomon_gamede or 'Emba Swop Shop' on all social media platforms.

Hosted by Bonolo Moikanyane and Zaheer Sooliman.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desirée Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcast Studios. Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
WEBSITE FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM CONNECT WITH KIARA CONNECT WITH KING SOLOMAN GAMEDE CONNECT WITH ZAHEER SOOLIMAN kingsolomon_gamede INSTAGRAM
02

S2E2 Finding Voice

Have you ever struggled to find your voice, unsure of what your place in society should be? La’eeqa Martin from Cape Town can relate and in this episode she shares a story about finding her voice and how this led her to become an advocate for sustainable development and social change.

Learn more about La’eeqa: https://www.linkedin.com/in/la-eeqa-martin02 or through https://www.africamattersinitiative.com/

Hosted by Bonolo Moikanyane and Zaheer Sooliman.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desirée Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcast Studios. Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
WEBSITE FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM CONNECT WITH KIARA CONNECT WITH ZAHEER CONNECT WITH LA'EEQA
03

S2E3 Behind the Scenes

Do you think that being famous is the only way to effect real change? In this episode, Kopano Moraka from Pretoria shares how she goes from wearing a glitzy dress under the limelight to working behind the scenes to advocate for climate and environmental action.

Learn more about Kopano’s work: IG: @kopano_moraka or Twitter: @kopano_moraka

Hosted by Bonolo Moikanyane and Zaheer Sooliman.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desirée Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcast Studios. Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
WEBSITE FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM CONNECT WITH KIARA CONNECT WITH ZAHEER
04

S2E4 Dancing Freely

In this episode, Arvash Sewpaul from Johannesburg shares a sensitive story about gender, religion and how to dance freely in your own skin, and how this led them to be an activist for gender rights.

Learn more about Arvash: FB: Arvash Sewpaul; IG: _arvash_

Hosted by Bonolo Moikanyane and Zaheer Sooliman.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desirée Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcast Studios. Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
WEBSITE FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM CONNECT WITH KIARA CONNECT WITH ZAHEER ARVASH INSTAGRAM

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