#2015MustFall 702 Presenters reflect on the year, #2015MustFall Cape Talk presenters reflect on the year

Redi Tlhabi reflects on her best show of 2015

Redi Tlhabi reflects on one of her most outstanding broadcasts, from the Cradle of Humankind, with the discovery of Home Naledi. She describes this as 'a salient moment for our country'.

2015 was a fantastic year, especially if you're in the media and politics. Without any doubt, the most salient moment has been #feesmustfall - what it represented and how it changed the scope of debate; and how it empowered young people to claim their country and have their voices heard.

Redi Tlhabi, 702/CapeTalk presenter and Host of the Redi Tlhabi Show

Watch Redi's reflections below:


This article first appeared on 702 : Redi Tlhabi reflects on her best show of 2015


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