The FrankTalk Radio Dialogue: What does it mean to be an African?

On May 28, 2013, the Steve Biko Foundation, in collaboration with YFM, will host the seventh 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.

May 25, 2013, is Africa Day and marks the 50th Anniversary of the formation of the Organisation of African Unity which subsequently evolved into the African Union. This day provides us with an opportunity to acknowledge the achievements of the peoples and governments of Africa and to reaffirm our commitment to building a better future for Africa and all her people.

Ms. Liepollo Pheko, economist, political commentator and analyst;
Mr. Akin Omotoso, actor, film maker and director;
Two YFM DJ’s.

Please join us as part of the Live Studio Audience.

DATE: Tuesday 28 May, 2013
VENUE: YFM studio, 4 Albury Road, Dunkeld Crescent,South West Blocks, Dunkeld West, Ext 8, Sandton
TIME: 18:30 for 19:00

Limited Space!

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

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