Musicians Danny K and Kabelo Mabalane exclusively launched the third edition of Shout SA – a campaign built around promoting a safer South Africa by standing up against crime and promoting better education for all.
We were at the launch held at the Il Grande Theatre at Montecasino on 27 August 2015 to chat to some of the popular personalities who attended in support of this worthy cause, including Top Billing’s Jonathan Boynton-Lee, singer Daniel Baron, presenter Boity Thulo and so many more.
Catch up on all of the action by viewing the gallery and listening to the podcasts below…
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Gareth Cliff Show interview with Danny K & Kabelo
Musicians Kabelo and Danny K stop by to talk SHOUT, their new single which is looking to do its bit to stem the tide against crime in South Africa.
The Open Book
Loyiso Bala broadcasts from the SHOUT 2015 launch, which aims to curb the tide against crime in South Africa. This is the perfect opportunity for him to talk about the importance of giving. Joining Loyiso for this discussion is the head of Hands of Compassion, Pastor Alan McCauley, as well as the CEO of Afrika Tikkun and Chairman of the Smile Foundation, Marc Lubner.
Alan Ford Broadcasts from the launch of the SHOUT 3 campaign. His partner in crime, Somizi Mhlongo is missing, perhaps a good thing considering all of the good looking people about. Alan talks about the importance of this campaign, and chats to several people involved and present, from MC Gareth Cliff, to musician Kabelo, actress Helen Debois, radio host Brent Lindeque and of course Danny K’s father, Gavin Koppel.