Children becoming the change they want to see in the world
12 May 2014 - Tebogo felt a sense of despair as she looked around her community: some of her peers were falling pregnant and substance abuse was turning into a common occurrence, but then she discovered a community of her peers that felt passionate about
Children’s voices making “air”waves on community radio
February 2014 - Like many other children living in South Africa, Koketso grew up to the sound of the radio playing somewhere in the background. The voices emanating from the airwaves were as familiar as that of his family members’.
Young Reporters in South Africa giving a helping hand to spreading a lifesaving message
12 October 2013 - The voice on the radio is that of a teenage girl, but it speaks with authority as it challenges a male friend about his handwashing practices.
Young reporters honoured on National Youth Day at South Africa’s first ever Youth Radio Awards
17 June 2013 – Dozens of young reporters and their community radio stations across the country were honoured this weekend at the Youth Radio Awards ceremony, which was held on Sunday June 16, coinciding with National Youth Day.
Young leader inspires others towards enablement, despite her own disability
29 May 2013 - UNICEF’s flagship report, ‘The State of the World’s Children 2013: Children Living with Disabilities’, will launch on 30 May, focusing attention on children living with disabilities.
GEM/BEM Sports Progamme giving future leaders a sporting chance
March 2013 - Sixteen-year-old Ntloso is smiling wholeheartedly as he jogs around a sports field at the break of dawn. Dozens of children and young people are gathered on the same field: running, stretching and talking excitedly.
Young reporters embracing the power of storytelling
February 2013 - Youth in South Africa face a number of challenges – such as teenage pregnancy, substance abuse, HIV and high unemployment. Behind every one of these challenges, however, there are stories to be told, but not only from an adult perspective.
Award-winning youth drama Shuga: Love, Sex, Money to reach new audiences in radio format
27 June 2012 - Shuga: Love, Sex, Money will hit the airwaves today in its new radio format in six countries: Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Lesotho, South Africa and Tanzania.
Making the internet safer for South Africa’s children
1 June 2012 – UNICEF has joined Government, civil society, media companies and Google to launch the South African version of the Google Online Family Safety Centre.
Young South African set to run in London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay
22 March 2012 - Moegamat Rogers from Hanover Park, Western Cape has been given the opportunity of a lifetime to run with the Olympic Torch as a result of his involvement in London 2012’s international sports legacy programme, International Inspiration.
Young people have their say on climate change
18 November 2011 - Children have the right to be heard on climate change and to be involved in the discussions and planning of mitigation and adaptation strategies, policies and plans. Hear the voices of a group of young people from KwaZulu-Natal...
Copenhagen Children's Climate Forum
Copenhagen, 4 December 2009 - Three South African youngsters were among the 164 gathered young people aged 14 to 17, gathered from all over the world, who have issued a Declaration in Copenhagen committing to personal changes in their own lives...
Media Kidocracy Konfrence 2007
5 to 10 December: Robben Island, Cape Town. Celebrating the 18th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the international Children’s day of broadcasting.
United Nations Secretary General's study on Violence against Children: Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Children's Consultation
16 - 17 July 2005, Kopanong Conference Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
Buffalo City workshop for young people
25 April 2005 - workshop for young people on issues that affect them.
2 to 4 February 2005: Africa Unite Symposium
Artists, activists and young people celebrate Bob Marley's 60th birthday