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Heritage Month

ARTS: In celebration of ARTS: In celebration of Heritage Month, Constitution Hill and the Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation have released a new version of Hugh Masekela's "Thuma Mina". The new version, titled "The People's Version", features some of the country's leading musicians from Abigail Kubeka to Thandiswa Mazwai. We now speak to Dawn Robertson, CEO of Constitution Hill., Constitution Hill and the Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation have released a new version of Hugh Masekela's "Thuma Mina". The new version, titled "The People's Version", features some of the country's leading musicians from Abigail Kubeka to Thandiswa Mazwai. We now speak to Dawn Robertson, CEO of Constitution Hill.
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Bambanani Fresh Art

BE DRIVEN: Sibongiseni Mnikina and Masibulele Matshaya are the co-owners of Bambanani Fresh Art based in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth. Bambanani Fresh Art is a leather shoe-making factory that operates from a small container in the Motherwell township. They specialise in making boat shoes that are tailor made according to their clients’ individual fashion preferences. We’re now joined on the line by one half of the duo Sibongiseni Mnikina.
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A21 Country

INTERVIEW: South Africa is reportedly a source, transit and destination country for victims of human trafficking.
Source countries are those which supply the victims of the crime, transit countries are mediums or stopping points which the victims travel through and destination countries are the final locations to which they are brought. South Africa is all three. We now speak to Katie Modraw who is Country Manager at A21 Country Manager which is an anti-trafficking organization
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ARTS: September is the international month for the deaf.

ARTS: September is the international month for the deaf and we’re speaking to Andiswa Gebashe who has been a South African Sign Language interpreter for 10 years. She is currently one of the designated sign language interpreters for the presidential announcements and ministerial announcements.

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