Burning Museum is an arts collective in Cape Town. Their mission is to make ordinary people part of history, to remind us of our stories and memories, and to take the museum to people. The young reporters at Red River Primary School in Manenberg did a "burn" with them, and found out what these public works of art are all about.
From a rural South African childhood, through family challenges to becoming a social entrepreneur and role model to many. Lillian Masebenza is a woman who celebrates her experience and shares her expertise. She also reminds us that South Africa's freedom was nursed by a generation of women who stood united. She shares her story with the Radio Workshop in celebration of Women's Day.
For Zahni, safety means being able to walk around without having to be watched by adults. She feels safe at school, but not at malls and busy places. Zahni recounts a time getting off the train in Pinelands station in Cape Town, when all didn't go as planned.
The Siviwe Youth reporters in Cape town, share their views and personal testimonies on whether or not people can change.
Neema from Tanzania, Mwanza "I enjoyed the trainings, they enabled me to do good interviews, on locations and audio commentaries as well as the energisers Aunty Farhana played with us. The best part of the forum was my interview with Mama Graca Machel and the hug that followed ofcourse. I got more education on maternal and child healthcare issues. It's been great!" Caroline from Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam "I also enjoyed the training, especially the new skills i got on...
Mbali interviews Yvonne Chaka Chaka at the "A Common Thread: Reaching Every Woman and Every Newborn" reception.
Neema Charles interviews Jay Naidoo
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