It’s hard for you and I to imagine that there are 2.1 million young girls, between the ages of 12 and 18 years, (living below the poverty line in South Africa) who have to resort to using old clothes, rags, newspapers, leaves, bark and grass because they cannot afford sanitary towels. The result, according to UNICEF, is that 1 in every 10 schoolgirls in Africa miss classes or drop out of school completely.
SABC Education broadcasting schedule for TV programmes in March 2014. These programmes are broadcast on SABC1, SABC2 and SABC3. Take your time and watch these shows.
Johannesburg, Monday 01 July 2013 – SABC partners with the Vodacom Durban July 2013, an annual prestigious event with superb horse racing, high fashion, elegance, fine cuisine and champagne on Sat 06 July at Greyville Racecourse in Durban. This glitzy annual event requires little knowledge of horse racing!
Geneva, 1 July 2013 – Countries with a clearly-defined national vision for broadband roll-out are significantly out-performing those taking a more laissez-faire approach to broadband development, according to a new joint report just released by ITU, the Broadband Commission for Digital Development and network equipment maker Cisco Systems.
SAARF is the industry body that conducts media research to determine the levels of media consumption by South Africans.In addition the decision by the SABC and e.tv follows a recent audit of SAARF’s Television Audience Measurement Survey (TAMS) which provides the daily audience ratings for television viewership of all television broadcasters in the country.
The Golden Years, on SABC2 Tuesdays at 11:00am celebrates and tells stories of the lives of South Africa’s diverse colourful senior citizens in an entertaining, interesting and honest manner. Surekha Singh, commissioning editor at SABC Education says “There is a knowledge sharing gap between the young and old in South Africa".