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53 minutes | Aug 30, 2019
Gatekeeping ft Noxolo Mfocwa
New Episode. In this podcast we are discussing gatekeeping with Noxolo Mfocwa digital campaigner and activist at Amandla.Mobi. What is gate keeping? How do we identify it, and how can we resist. We hope you enjoy, share you comments, questions, thoughts with us please, we value you input :) #AmabaliPod #EradicatingGBV #Gatekeeping #Resistance
41 minutes | Aug 19, 2019
Vavasati International Womens Fesival ft Mamela Nyamza and Kgaogelo Tshabalala
Hello Amabali fam! We’ve got new content for you on AmabaliPod. On this 3rd episode of AmabaliPod we speak to Mamela Nyamza and Kgaogelo Tshabalala who are the co-curators of the 7th edition of the Vavasati International Women’s Festival held at the State Theatre, Pretoria. These two creative artists, performers and directors give insight to how the festival has grown, and some of the challenges they’ve gone through and strides they’ve overcome. We’ve been honored to be in their presence as they carry our South African flag high amidst the fight against patriarchy and misogyny in our society. “You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off you.” - Maya Angelou
53 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Queer Intimate Partner Violence ft Tumelo Thamaga and Sinalo Tuku
NEW EPISODE ALERT! 😁 Here's our second episode of AmabaliPod podcast. This week's episode features two Rhodes University students who are directing and producing a short docuseries on Queer Intimate Partner Violence (QIPV). We sit down with Tumelo Thamaga and Sinalo Tuku who talk to us about why they are interrogating this aspect of gender-based violence, and what hopes they aim to achieve through this production. Intimate Partner Violence within queer and/or same sex relationships remains poorly understood and under researched. Gender-based violence is not only a heterosexual problem; let's stop negating the violent experiences that queer individuals go through in this patriarchal and homo/trans/phobic society. Sorry it is late, but what's important is that it has arrived :)
14 minutes | Jul 11, 2019
AmabaliPod Team - Who We Are and Why We Are Doing This
Our very first episode is an introduction to our podcast AmabaliPod. This is us trying to set the scene of the kinds of engagements we're going to have about gender-based violence and the road to recovery and healing. Ciko Sidzumo and Yolanda Dyantyi will be the hosts for this season and are excited to engage with you. Welcome to the show.
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