Year 2011 sees the arrival of the first ever SABC Education Baba Indaba in Bloemfontein, so if you’re a parent, grandparent or planning on expanding your family, this event is for you.
Matric Second Chance
5 - 9 December 2011
Objectives of this week's programmes are to:
Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)
14 - 18 November 2011
Objectives of this week's programmes are to familiarise learners with objectives of the ECSA, eExplain how listeners can take advantage of ECSA (Engineering Council of South Africa) continual development programmes and familiarise learners with the professions in Engineering.
Clement Maosa who plays the role of Kwaito in Skeem Saam is from Polokwane, Limpopo. He attended school in a village called Ga-Rammutla, after matric he studied law at the University of Limpopo, this is his final year.
When Clement was little he wanted to be a soldier, when he reached high school he decided he would be an actor, he says “I was very naughty, always involved in every activity at school but also intelligent, always one of the top five in class, in matric I received awards for best student in various subjects.”
“My name is Patrick Chabedi Seleka, I’m 19 years old and I’m an artist. I love writing poems and entertaining people. I’m from a small township called Seshego in Limpopo. I’m fun to be with and love making jokes, seeing people smile makes my day. I hate people who lie or hurt other people because we were meant to live together in harmony. I’d love to see myself winning an Oscar one day, it doesn’t matter how long it takes.”
Justice on the Airwaves is a radio programme produced in partnership between the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJ&CD) and the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). The partnership shares a mandate of ensuring continued public engagement on civic, democracy and human rights matters so that citizens can make informed decisions on issues that affect their wellbeing.
In Turfloop, a vibrant town in Limpopo, rural meets urban, poor working class meet middle class, and university students mix with ordinary folk. Turfloop is a bit spooky in the dark hours, buzzes in the evening, has a lot of innocence with children playing and church women nearby.