SABC1 provides a fresh forum for young voices
Come Monday, 30 January, at 17:00, and Mzansi’s youthful voices will be presented with a platform to express their views during SABC1’s newest youth talk show titled, Ek Se Lalela.
Presented by Dineo Lusenga, former production manager for the SABC1 youth show Ses’khona and 5FM DJ, the show is a perfect platform for the youth to exchange ideas and opinions through frank, uninhibited and responsible conversation.
"I'm extremely excited about this experience. I'm looking forward to it and looking forward to learning as much as I can. I hope viewers will be tuned in every week for 30 minutes of frank global conversations with fellow young people about issues that affect us as the youth," says Lusenga.
The fast-paced, 30-minute talk show is scheduled to air on Mzansi Fo Sho for 13 consecutive weeks, providing a useful forum for 16 to 35-year-olds on a variety of topics relevant to them. “SABC1 prides itself in delivering cutting-edge content that informs, entertains and inspires. We are also passionate about issues affecting our youth and constantly look out for ways to engage them. Ek Se Lelela provides us another opportunity to speak to a variety of topics with the aim to inspire the young people of Mzansi,” says Vukile Madlala, the channel’s publicity manager.
Ek Se Lalela will seek to engage the audience directly via social media and will also provide access to visual content and allow the audience to become part of the show. Email, Google Talk, telephone, fax and SMS will be put in place for maximum audience participation. Social media will allow the show to remain current while addressing timeless topics.
Catch Ek Se Lalela on Mondays from 17:00 to 17:30 – only on SABC1, Mzansi Fo Sho.