25 year old Setswana speaking Tshekedi Monyemore is enthusiastic, self-motivated and conscientious. He is the new presenter of the television show Living Land broadcast on SABC2 Saturdays at 11am. Tshekedi from Tshwane has a great sense of adventure and humour, he says “I’m the new kid on the block and look forward to audiences tagging along with me on Living Land’s trips around our beautiful country!”
Former President of Ghana John Kufuor launched an education toolkit published by ADEA that will serve as a training tool for journalists and communication specialists. He also launched the 6th edition of ADEA’s Africa Education Journalism Award, an initiative which acknowledges the best articles on education written by African journalists and published in the African press. The launch was held on July 6, 201.
Tomz, scheduled for broadcast on SABC1, Mondays at 15h00 from 12 July is a must for teenagers aged 13 to 18 but will also be entertaining for younger children and older people. The science and technology show begins when Mr E, a frequency of energy from the future contacts Thami and Nolwazi and tells them that they need to find a theory to save the earth and future from destruction.
As children reach adolescence, peers begin to play an important role in their lives. Adolescents find it important to prove themselves and look for ways to compensate for feelings of inadequacy.
The school bell rings, the kids bolt out of the gates faster than a teacher can say 'don't forget your homework!' A bunch of lively teens take a detour after school and head for Neliswa's house. Her home is warm, inviting and her parents are not there until at least five. This is like a haven, the fridge is fully stocked, the friends have access to the internet, watch TV, listen to music and talk. They are happy to hang out with one another and talk about important stuff going down in their lives rather than head home. Conversation is about everything and sometimes nothing at all. Topics vary from silly to serious, usually with a good dose of both.
SABC supports the 1Goal 'Education For All' initiative, across all our Radio and TV platforms. In 2000, 164 world governments came together to create the 'Education for All' goals. Furthermore, 189 governments created the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Two of the eight MDG goals involve ending poverty through education: