With Father’s Day approaching, the #CountryDuty team look at fathers through a different lens. They are joined in studio by Bangi Msikinya, who’s pushing the initiative #BestMale24. They talk patriarchy, men’s role in female abuse, the state of fatherhood, why men are angry, and what solutions may be available for them to change the current norm of women abuse.
Racism is still an issue that continues to affect the lives of many South Africans. Tumi and his guest Tholoana dissect the matter of racism in the workplace – its subtle existence, how it has affected them on a personal level, and ways in which it can be dealt with and hopefully one day be overcome.
#CountryDuty speaks to BEE Feminist founder Buhle Dlulane about her movement and the Youth Day femilogue she is hosting on the 16th of June.
Chulayo Khofu – a mother to an autistic little boy – joins #CountryDuty to discuss the challenges and to raise awareness for autism. They are also joined in studio by leadership from #NotInMyName to discuss the efforts taken by them to help find Katlego Joja.
The #CountryDuty team speaks to Prof. Steve Cornelius on the new policy from the IAAF regarding testosterone levels being reduced before competitions, and his resignation in protest against this.
#CountryDuty speaks to Dr Leonard Martin on the First Nation status and the upcoming National Consultative Conference 2018 of the Khoi-San from 22 – 27 April 2018.
#CountryDuty had Pontso Moiloa and Itumeleng from Drive Lupus to educate us on Lupus and the organisation that supports people living with it.
#CountryDuty remembers Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela, the Mother of the Nation, a heroine in her own right. Rest in Power Qhawe. We also speak to some great NGOs about the community projects they are currently engaged in.