Not Yet Uhuru Season One with UJ FM

NOT YET UHURU SA  |  Series , ±36 min episodes total time 6 hr 07 min  | 
Not Yet Uhuru (NYU) is South Africa’s first ever feminist radio station, produced by the Soul City Institute for Social Justice (SCI). Currently awaiting FM licensing for national broadcast, it is freely available in podcast form on Soundcloud. NYU speaks the language of the street and is brave, provocative, audacious and sexy (on its own terms). It is a mix of talk radio and music - accessed as much for enjoyment and leisure as for its liberating feminist content. It is a platform for engagement with and between womxn to challenge patriarchy and contribute to building a feminist consciousness amongst the South African public
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