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Views from an HIV/AIDS youth representative

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Youth Reporter Yoliswa caught up with Annah Sango after presenting as one of the key speakers at the opening of the ICASA Pre Youth Conference. 25 year old Annah is a youth representative from Zimbabwe for the International Community of Women living with HIV and AIDS.


Back to basics: let's talk about sex!

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Youth Reporter Brighton caught up with Nazo after she chaired and presented in a discussion entitled 'Teaching and Learning: young people and sex education'. Nazo shares her thoughts on how before we can teach young people about how to practice safe sex we first need to talk about sex and sexuality in a way that affirms and does not bring shame.


Youth Reporter Masinga finds out more from an HIV/AIDS Specialist

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Children's Radio Foundation Youth Reporter Masinga sat down with Rick Olsen, a UNICEF specialist in HIV/AIDs for Eastern and Southern Africa. Masinga found out more about what key message Rick has for youth delegates at ICASA and what advice he would give to young people having unprotected sex.


A Special Tribute to Nelson Mandela

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I want to pay my tribute to the great man, who, with the power of education and immense courage changed the picture of South Africa.. He should be highly respected as he endured a lot for the freedom of his country. May god send him to heaven. He has fought against race discrimination which is the main cause of many deprivation of human rights. He was tortured, ill things have been said about him, but he still stood straightforward for the cause he supported. People of his country and of the...


How do young South Africans deal with online risks?

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Four in five children in South Africa have access to a mobile phone, and almost half of them use mobile phones to access the internet. However, the opportunities presented by this access are often over-shadowed by the possibility for harm and online violence, as well as offline danger that result from online engagement. According to a study released last week Connected Dot Com: Young People’s Navigation of Online Risks undertaken by the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention...


Cyber dialogues to curb violence against women and children

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16 Days of activism against children and women abuse In South Africa, as in other Southern African countries, the period between 25 November and 10 December marks the campaign against women and child abuse. During this period, various activities take place to bring awareness against gender based violence and brainstorm ways to end this scourge. Among all these initiatives, the one that appeals to me most is the Cyber Dialogues which facilitates on-line discussions amongst differe...


Awesome Documentary about Young African Windmill Inventor

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Hey guys - I thought you might be interested in hearing about a feature-length documentary I helped work on, WILLIAM AND THE WINDMILL. The film tells the story of William Kamkwamba, the remarkable Malawian who despite a devastating famine in his country, builds a windmill from scrap parts to power his entire village. The film premiered in March at the SXSW Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary, and has since screened all over the world. It's a true c...


Lack of Focus at School

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I belong to a group of young people who produce a weekly show called Funky Fresh Vibe! I presented a show about lack of focus at school and the ways we can learn to concentrate and make the best of our education. Take a listen to our show!


Let the children Live

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Everyone has a basic right to live without any form of fear and more especially our children. I believe violating this basic human right is a great disgrace to our society and an indication of how really twisted some people's minds have become. I am raising this issue, having been quite disturbed by the recent spade of abuse and murders done on children in South African townships. In one incident two girls were found to have been raped and murdered, when in another the children are...


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