On Tuesday 30 July 2013 at 13h30 on SABC1: Radio telescopes produce images of objects in space that would be missed by an optical telescope because an optical telescope needs light to see an object, while radio telescopes don’t need light to ‘see.’
Tuesday 30 July 2013 from 11h00 to 12h00 on SABC 1 Mzansi FoSho: The challenges facing our youth are enormous but nothing could be more demotivating than the lack of opportunity.Thousands strive to obtain a university entrance matric result but limited spaces are compounded by a lack of funding for those fortunate few who are accepted.
The majority of our youth follow populist cultures but there are those who stand out, are grounded and comfortable in non-mainstream cultures and art-forms; the ones who choose the route less travelled. These youth are not weird; they are independent and ooze a sense of free thinking and confidence, they are 100% youth.
29 July from 11am to 12pm on SABC1: Social rejection happens when one individual is purposely excluded from social situations. This rejection can be performed by either an individual or a group of people, and it can be either active or passive in nature. There have been a lot of studies done about social rejection.
Magalane Amanda Dimakatšo Manku is the eldest daughter of five children and was Born in Limpopo but raised in Newlands, Johannesburg. She schooled in Johannesburg and from a young age had dreams of being in the media industry. Her first television appearance was at the age of 16 as a presenter for Soweto TV. She later worked with Yotv (SABC 1) and Matrics Uploaded (SABC 1) and has recently landed a role on Skeem Saam 2, highlighting her first acting job. She is busy with her final year of studies towards a Bachelors Degree in Motion Picture.
Tuesday 30 July @ 11h00 on SABC2: Gertie Mlatsha is an elderly woman who is forced to walk on crutches because of arthritis in the legs and feet since 2006.