FrankTalk Radio Dialogue: Policing in Post Apartheid South Africa

On March 19, 2013, the Steve Biko Foundation, in collaboration with YFM, will host the sixth session of the FrankTalk Radio Dialogues. Titled after the pseudonym under which Biko wrote, FrankTalk is designed to engage young people in discussion on salient issues impacting South Africa’s political, economic and social development.

Under the topic, Policing in Post-Apartheid South Africa, the next dialogue will create an opportunity for constructive dialogue by bringing the police and the citizens of South Africa together. This comes after South Africans have voiced concern regarding the conduct of police officers following the death of Mozambican taxi driver, Mido Macia, the Marikana Massacre and the death of Andries Tatane.

Please join us as part of the Live Studio Audience.

Invited Panelists:
Mr. Zweli Mnisi, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Police

Mr. David Bruce, Independent Researcher on Policing, Crime and Criminal Justice

Mr. Tshepo Ntokoane, Founder of the Andries Tatane Foundation

Moderator: Faith Mangope, YFM DJ

Date: Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Venue: YFM studio, 4 Albury Road, Dunkeld Crescent,
South West Blocks, Dunkeld West, Ext 8, Sandton
Time: 18:00 for 18:30

Please RSVP to Dibuseng Kolisang via email: or call on 011 403 0310 to indicate your attendance

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