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During their visit to Tanzania, the Oxford CRF radio youth reporters met with some members of the Mkombozi Youth Radio Network based in Moshi.
Their main objective for the day was understand what it is like to walk in one another’s shoes. They swopped stories on their programs, experiences with radio journalism and life stories.
Mkombozi is an organisation that supports children and youth living on the streets which is part of Youth Radio Network Tanzania since 2011, with youth creating and broadcasting weekly radio programs. Whilst at Mkombozi the youth reporters from Oxford and the most recent members of the Youth Radio Network exchanged stories and spoke about their dreams, ambitions and talked about where they would like to travel to or live in the future. For CRF UK youth reporter Ellie: “It was an invaluable experience for all, giving both the ... Read More
This week on the Radio Workshop, our weekly podcast, we hear from the young reporters from our Manenberg Incubator Project in Cape Town.
In this recording, they share their views, beliefs and what inspires them to see past obstacles in their lives. They tell us what ideas propel them and how what you believe can shape your entire experience. Have a listen!
Last Friday we celebrated World Radio Day by launching a new video on our Young Reporter Koki, while across the continent our UK branch took part in the World Radio Day event at the SOAS London University.
While at the event our UK Trustee Sam Bonham spoke to the Science and Technology Network about the organisation’s efforts to train young reporters in Africa, and why radio remains Africa’s first choice.
Have a listen!
Future Positive ‘Ikasi’ Youth Reporter Zuko Mkutyukelwa gives us a slice of fun from the Valentine’s Day event which took place on Friday.
The Future Positive Youth Reporters hosted an event on the 14 February in celebration of ‘loving yourself’ at the Nolungile Youth Clinic in Khayelitsha Site C. The event was attended by clinic staff, youth members and the local community.
The day was filled with live debates, free candy floss and spot prizes, and guests performing included Jazzart Dance Theatre and Daddy Spencer.