The battle for the soul of the black television viewer has regained the sort of momentum it had before the recession about five years ago. This year has seen many new productions with SABC1 taking the lead with new shows such as Tempy Pushas and second seasons of Intersexions and Skeem Saam.
On Sunday 12 May at 18h30 on SABC 1 Ndumiso Hadebe was announced winner of One Day Leader 2. Clearly overwhelmed, Ndumiso Hadebe aged 21 from Vereeniging is a firm believer in the importance of honouring those around you.
On Sunday 12 May at 18h30 on SABC 1 the winner of One Day Leader 2 will be announced. This hard earned title is between Ndumiso Hadebe and Seadimo Tlale. Over the past 12 weeks SABC1 viewers watched these youth execute challenges and debate leadership skills based on modern day social, economic and political issues to compete for the title of One Day Leader.
Africa Progress Panel chairperson Kofi Annan says the launch of the Africa Progress Report 2013 is about talk on aspirations and opportunities for Africa, about the continent’s potential wealth, the moral and economic imperative to share the work (report) with the continent’s citizens.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has acknowledged that South Africa's education system is still facing serious challenges. She was delivering her budget vote in Parliament on Tuesday. The department's budget has increased to R17.5 billion this year, up from R16.3 billion.
The build-up to the 19th Annual MTN South African Music Awards (MTN SAMA 19) is reaching fever pitch, especially, in the popular Record of the Year category. This is the only category that allows fans from all over the country to vote for their favourite artists in what is sure to be a very tight race for the award at the Sun City Superbowl on May 11.