We use radio to amplify youth voices across Africa, giving them the skills and tools to speak about their lives


CRF Youth Reporters interview Graca Machel...read more.


Youth Radio Awards 2014...read more.


Family Photo Day in Manenberg...read more.

The youth reporters at Red River Primary School in Cape Town got the opportunity to interview Patrick Gaspard, the US Ambassador to South Africa. And it seems they hit all the right notes with this diplomat.

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The “Cracking It” young reporters from Kuruman in the Northern Cape, tackle the issue of Xenophobia within our communities. They discuss among themselves and interact with listeners on what can be done to get rid of these attacks on foreign nationals.

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Burning Museum is an arts collective in Cape Town, South Africa. Their mission is to make ordinary people part of history, to remind us of our stories and memories, and to take the museum to people. The Rock Girl young reporters at Red River Primary School in Manenberg did a “burn” with them, and found out what these public works of art are all about. Have a listen!


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This week in the Radio Workshop, the Siviwe Youth reporters in Cape town, share their views and personal testimonies on whether or not people can change. Take a listen!

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The Alex Fm "Bigger than Life" team

After bringing home the Best New Site Award from the YRAs in June, the Alex FM “Bigger than Life” crew just scooped an international prize! The team from Alexandra, South Africa, learnt this week that they won the 2014 WASH Media Award organized by the Swiss NGO WSSCC under the  theme Human Right to Water and Sanitation.

Our Young Reporters from Alexandra, who started broadcasting only five months ago, won with their radio show, in a competition that gathered 100 entries from over 30 countries. One “Bigger than Life”crew member will fly to Stockholm, Sweden to receive the Award during the upcoming World Water Week conference from 31 August to 5 September.


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