Pt 2 - "We are not victims, we are survivors." Lebang Kgosana speaks to Onthatile Mokoena, as she brings us into the world of SHOUT-IT-OUT and the wonderful work they do for survivors of gender-based violence, and the education of young women and children around healthcare and HIV/AIDS.

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Pt 2 - Lebang Kgosana is joined by Refilwe Pieterse, as she shares her journey on giving children the ability to be there for themselves - no matter the hurdles.

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Pt 1 - How can we improve the mindset of the young black mind? Great Poroza has some answers! Lebang Kgosana speaks to Thato Moatlhodi, who challenges all the norms - from the way school is run, to gender norms... teaching the children today the skills of tomorrow.

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Pt 2 - There's nothing better than community... Lebang Kgosana shares our mission as South Africans on the journey of helping others.

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Pt 2 - “We read to know we're not alone.” Meet Thami Sibenya, tutor at the Atlegang bana foundation based in Dobsonville Soweto. They aim to uplift the minds of children by tutoring them on weekends and teaching them to read and improve their education.

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This week the team have a candid conversation about the voter turnout, which was just under 30% - the lowest it’s been in 27 years! They have a look at the possible causes, the numbers, and discuss solutions.

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02.11.21 Pt 2 - Having your passport kept in the family safe is clearly a thing that the team doesn’t understand. What Mbuelelo and Lebang can agree on, is that the mattress is the ultimate safe for black people... and if you are from Boksburg, you are in for it!

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Pt 2 - Meet Jo Bodiba, an eventing guru and mix DJ, who also wants to make South Africa a better country. In her chat with Lebang, they challenge what should be considered "normal", by breaking the shackles of ignorance around periods. Join Jo as she unpacks some of the meaningful work she does with the pad run.

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Pt 2 - Project Any Girl is a safe space for any girl to thrive and grow. Through the range of activities on offer, they focus on creating opportunities for growth through coaching, mentorship, and sisterhood support. In all of their endeavors they hope to display the conviction behind their beliefs. This is South Africa, this is us!

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Pt 2 - In a world full of crime, hatred and suffering, there are those who rise above no matter what they are faced with... they lace up their shoes and bring positive energy and open up their hearts! Lebang speaks to Tankiso Moremi and Ndivhuwo Liphadzi about how they feed over 300 kids every day in Pimville Soweto, with the very little that they have.

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