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08
NOV
2021

#WikipediaByUs - PUKfm chats to Kabelo Kungwane

PUKfm spoke to thought leader, Kabelo Kungwane, about #WikipediaByUs, a campaign in collaboration with the South African creative community to showcase the power of knowledge and everyone’s right to access, create and share it.
06
NOV
2021

#WikipediaByUs - PUKfm chats to Mathoto Matsetela

PUKfm spoke to Senior Global Brand Manager of The Wikimedia Foundation, Mathoto Matsetela, about #WikipediaByUs, a campaign in collaboration with the South African creative community to showcase the power of knowledge and everyone’s right to access, create and share it.
03
NOV
2021

#WikipediaByUs - PUKfm chats to Khanyi Mpumlwana

PUKfm spoke to Global Creative Director of The Wikimedia Foundation, Khanyi Mpumlwana, about #WikipediaByUs, a campaign in collaboration with the South African creative community to showcase the power of knowledge and everyone’s right to access, create and share it.
07
SEP
2020

Leilani Kuter - Shining the Spotlight on Survival

In September 2019, rape survivor and activist, Leilani Kuter (46) from Roodepoort, Gauteng, began a 27-day journey, covering a distance of 729km, to take a stand against sexual assault and gender-based violence in South Africa.

Wearing yellow, the colour her attacker wore, Leilani sought to break the stigma rape carries and raised over R250 000 on BackaBuddy to support and empower rape survivors throughout the country.

This year, on the 28th anniversary of the traumatic sexual assault that left her for dead and changed her life forever, Leilani once again tightesn her laces to shine a spotlight on survival.

Listen to her story

6 episodes