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 Children’s Radio Foundation youth reporters in Ikageng, South Africa take to the microphone at their community radio station every week, sharing their views on issues that affect their lives. In this feature, they speak to us about their relationship experiences, and why they think it is a conversation worth having.
The Optimistic Youth Reporters are from Cosat High School in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. They asked their fellow pupils and teachers about the way classes are arranged at their school and how this affects the learning process.
Alex FM journalist Mbalenhle Chiya is one of the winners of the 2014 WASH Media Awards. The biannual WASH Media Prize is awarded to journalists for excellence in reporting on critical water, sanitation and hygiene issues.
Chiya won the award for excellence in reporting on water, sanitation and hygiene related issues at a ceremony in Sweden on Friday.
Her piece ‘Human Rights to Water and Sanitation’ competed with stories from international journalists and came out top in the “The Human Right to Water and Sanitation” category.
This year the competition received more than 100 entries from 30 different countries.
Chiya says that she worked with her colleagues on the feature which was aimed at raising awareness about water and sanitation issues in the Alexandra township, north of Johannesburg.
She says some of the community members do not understand their right to water and sanitation. ... Read More
CRF Young Reporter, Mbali shares her experience about her recent trip to the Water & Sanitation Conference in Stockholm. Mbali was one of the winners of the 2014 WASH Media Awards. The WASH Media Prize is awarded to journalists for excellence in reporting on critical water, sanitation and hygiene issues.
Kamva thought it’d be a pretty normal day as he made his way to his Khayelitsha school one morning. Little did he know it would end with him in hospital. He reflects on his ordeal.