30 EPISODES | CLIFFCENTRAL.COM |  Podcast, ±48 min episode every 1 week, 2 days
The #CountryDuty show is a show about you and us as South Africans heeding the call to serve our country. #CountryDuty is a voice for the voiceless and a tool that came about to foster change and ensure that there is accountability. Mzansi Twitter had a void and #CountryDuty filled it by providing a platform to be heard.

Other than waiting for statements to be issued during what was the height of a President reshuffling his deck of cards under the cover of darkness, Twitter rallied together under the leadership of Tumi Sole and called people to action.

On the show we will discuss matters of national importance, rally together partners, sponsors and friends to assist those in need.

#YVote4U Election Campaign

8 EPISODES | NOT YET UHURU SA |  Podcast, ±31 min episode every 1 week, 3 days
In May 2019 South Africans will go to the polls. This will be the mostly contested elections given the different scandals that the different political parties are facing. These elections occur within the context of the Global #MeToo campaign and South Africa’s own #TheTotalShutdown campaign. Both these initiatives brought issues of violence against women into the spotlight and in South Africa led to a Gender Summit with various civil society organisations supporting the 24 demands of #TheTotalShutdown movement.

Most of the political parties are targeting the youth vote for the upcoming elections. The majority of registered voters are women, yet they are not voting on the basis of which party will deliver on the Constitutional commitment to protect and promote the rights of women.

Soul City will lead a Young Women’s Vote - 2019 Elections Campaign in partnership with #TheTotalShutdown, Corruption Watch and Country Duty

The purpose of the campaign:
• For women to use this voting democratic tool to advance substantive gender equality and urgently redress gender based violence
• Positioning the feminist agenda to be at the center of the election public discourse
• Feminist consciousness raising

#radiowontfall (29 June to 1 July 2016)

40 EPISODES | RADIO DAYS AFRICA |  Event, ±39 min episode total time 26 hr 13 min
Despite being under pressure from a variety of media offerings, radio continues to thrive. Prof Franz Kruger chats to Helen Boaden, Daryl Ilbury and Leslie Ntloko about the state of radio in South Africa, the continent and across the world. #radiowontfall will look at trends in innovation and technology, as well as the relationship between audiences and radio brands in a changing landscape.

1000 Voices

91 EPISODES | CHANNEL AFRICA |  Podcast, ±41 min episode every 1 week, 2 days
1000 African Voices is more than just a podcast. It is a project aimed at breaking down the boundaries that divide us as a people. The boundaries that divide our beautiful continent of Africa.

Over the coming years we will do this by collecting and sharing stories from all parts of Africa. Stories from our sisters in Ghana, our brothers in Nigeria, our uncles in Namibia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. From Malawi to Cameroon, Ethiopia to Libya, Cairo to Harare we will connect with as many people as we can. Our aim is to record and publish 1000 African Voices. So we invite all fellow Africans on the continent and in the diaspora to be part of the Kuungana Africa Project.

Kuungana is a Swahili word for connect. Our task is to connect with the 1 billion inhabitants of our beautiful continent

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