Season 3

Campaigning in the Digital Age
by Karel — last modified May 30, 2019 01:44 PM

The emergence of social and digital media has changed the way in which political communications take place and in recent times we have seen how young black women have occupied this space to push their feminist agenda.

The Politics of Health with a focus of sexual and reproductive health
by Karel — last modified May 30, 2019 01:44 PM

With South Africa being rubbed as the world rape capital and has the some of the highest rates of sexual and gender-based violence in the world, it is imperative to question political parties on their unclear stance on supporting and advocating for the decimalization of sex work.

The Soul of the Nation Address
by Karel — last modified May 30, 2019 01:44 PM

Activism is fulfilling work but it can also be draining on the bodies that are currently in environments of great injustice, poverty and discrimination. In this podcast, Mmatshilo Motsei reminds us the quest for liberation is intertwined with the need for healing. " No one person can liberate you. No one person can heal you" she says.

What do men stand to gain from Gender Equality?
by Karel — last modified May 30, 2019 03:00 PM

"Today, it is widely recognized that improving women’s status and advancing their rights yields benefits for whole societies, not just women and girls. Ensuring access to sexual and reproductive health services and protection from gender-based violence, among other important measures, improves the health of families and the economic well-being of entire communities". This podcast uses religion, culture and politics as a mirror for society and how these three institutions undermine gender equality and contribute to the conditioning of sexist boys and men.

How the TotalShutDown's 24 demand contribute to a feminist government

The advent of democracy in 1994 came with significant appointment of women in government. This was a result of powerful advocacy of women who were mobilised under the banner of the National Women’s Coalition during the transition period.


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The effect of corruption on the lives on young womxn and girls

In this episode, we speak to Sabeehah Motala, from Corruption Watch who gives us a run through of what corruption is, the particular sectors it is most prevalent and how it specifically affects the lives of young womxn.


Photo credit: Karel

Campaigning in the Digital Age

The emergence of social and digital media has changed the way in which political communications take place and in recent times we have seen how young black women have occupied this space to push their feminist agenda.


Photo credit: Karel

The Politics of Health with a focus of sexual and reproductive health

With South Africa being rubbed as the world rape capital and has the some of the highest rates of sexual and gender-based violence in the world, it is imperative to question political parties on their unclear stance on supporting and advocating for the decimalization of sex work.


Photo credit: Karel

The position of political parties on LBGTQI+ rights

The EFF seems to have the strongest position on LGBTQI+ rights.


Photo credit: Karel

The Soul of the Nation Address

Activism is fulfilling work but it can also be draining on the bodies that are currently in environments of great injustice, poverty and discrimination. In this podcast, Mmatshilo Motsei reminds us the quest for liberation is intertwined with the need for healing. " No one person can liberate you. No one person can heal you" she says.


Photo credit: Karel

What do men stand to gain from Gender Equality?

"Today, it is widely recognized that improving women’s status and advancing their rights yields benefits for whole societies, not just women and girls. Ensuring access to sexual and reproductive health services and protection from gender-based violence, among other important measures, improves the health of families and the economic well-being of entire communities". This podcast uses religion, culture and politics as a mirror for society and how these three institutions undermine gender equality and contribute to the conditioning of sexist boys and men.


Photo credit: Karel

#Feesmustfall - Are girl freedom fighter voices prioritised in the national agenda?

Lebohang Masango speaks to Tshepiso Modupe, contributor of We are no longer at Ease, a collection of personal articles, essays, speeches and poetry mainly from voices of young people who were part of the student-led protest movement known as #FeesMustFall which began in 2015.


Photo credit: Karel