[Listen] Inspiring fresh voices ahead of #YouthDay

CapeTalk/702's Eusebius Mckaiser hosted a fresh panel discussion with a group of young South Africans making a difference in the midst of all the challenges in our country ahead of #YouthDay.

Youth Day is celebrated annually in South Africa to commemorate the young people who lost their lives during the Soweto Uprising in 1976.

Eusebius is joined by:

  • Oliver Dickson a 23 year old social political commentator

  • Octavius Phukubye: 31 years old entrepreneur and former SAB enterprise development manager

  • Kay Tatyana Selisho: 25 years old entertainment journalist and Blogger

  • Tshegofatso Mekgwe: 26 year old BA Psychology student

How do you feel about this country?

I have my own anxieties and concerns about the future of this country, one of them being the Junk status.

Oliver Dickson

I am naturally worried about the economy overall....

Kay Tatyana Selisho

I am constantly preoccupied with all the challenges this country is have how do I come up with solutions... it is not all doom and gloom.

Octavius Phukubye

Listen to young people talk about state of affairs in South Africa:

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