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#HeyEllen, it's Jords and Luke here...

34 EPISODES | EAST COAST RADIO |  Podcast, ±2 min episode every 1 week, 1 day
#HeyEllen, it's Jords and Luke here. We started hitching from Durbs, South Africa, in March 2019 to come see you in LA. Not gonna lie you're pretty hard to get hold of. We're getting closer, so we're just trying to avoid that awkward thing where we arrive and you're not expecting us. Anyway, let us know when you get this. Much love, Luke, Don and Jords. (The 'Hitched' series guys.) Ps. Here are our voice-notes from the trip, as per East Coast Radio's Weekend Breakfast with Jane Linley-Thomas. PPS. Dbn to LA is 10,612 miles, and we've taken the long way round. xox

#LessonsLearned

5 EPISODES | TOUCH HD |  Podcast, ±21 min episode every 4 days
#LessonsLearned is a series of podcasts celebrating young South Africans doing incredible things in their communities and industries at home and across the globe. Help us celebrate the talent, ingenuity and strength that young people in South Africa embody this Youth Month by listening to these incredible stories and sharing.

Babies Behind Bars

2 EPISODES | CLIFFCENTRAL.COM |  Series, ±18 min episode total time 36 min
Having combed the country’s crime landscape of shootouts, murders, brutal killings, rape cases and suicides... Romy Titus had encountered it all as a hard news journalist. But nothing she had previously experienced compared to how her heart felt seeing innocent young infants and toddlers locked up for crimes they did not commit. Years later she started an NGO to assist these mothers to raise their children and ensure that while they are behind bars, they’re as happy and healthy as they can be. This podcast tells the stories of some of these women - how they ended up pregnant and in prison, and the experience of having their babies behind bars.

Bounce with Zanele Morrison

15 EPISODES | SOLID GOLD PODCASTS #BEHEARD |  Podcast, ±11 min episode every 2 days
Stories to inspire, footsteps to follow and conversations that need to happen!

The podcast that has conversations with amazing but ordinary people who are ready to share their the own personal journeys, and all the lessons learnt along the way.

People who will tell us what it takes to be an entrepreneur, a women in corporate, an executive, a leader, a mountain climber, a dragon slayer, a healer, whatever you are and whatever you do, telling it like it is.

We get the chance to learn from each other, and know what it takes to live your own best life, and also know that you are not alone in this journey called life.

With others, we get the chance to learn and grow go forward enlightened into our own purpose filled lives.

Bozza Moves with Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator

5 EPISODES | SOLID GOLD PODCASTS #BEHEARD |  Series, ±19 min episode total time 1 hr 39 min
Solving youth unemployment through partnerships.

Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator is a not-for-profit social enterprise building African solutions for the global challenge of youth unemployment. In South Africa we work with many partners who are committed to results that can work at scale – including government, the private sector, civil society, and over 1.5 million youth.

We are committed to changing the system by removing the barriers that keep millions of young South Africans locked out of opportunity. Our vision is of a growing economy and a society that works, powered by the potential of young people.

Checking In Mixtape - The COVID 19 Edition

8 EPISODES | KAYA 959 |  Podcast, ±12 min episode every 1 week, 2 days
The world is snowed under an avalanche of factoids and numbers during the Corona Virus outbreak. Beyond those statistics, Kagiso Mnisi teleports across the globe to forage for stories about how other storytellers are making sense of the times. He 'Checks In' on a few folks such as Journalists, authors, curators as well as as reputation crisis managers. Checking In is a mixtape chopped and screwed using the bare essentials during an unprecedented time of COVID-19.

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