The FrankTalk Radio Dialogue: Remembering June 16, 1976

On June 25, 2013, the Steve Biko Foundation, in collaboration with YFM, will host the eighth 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.

On June 16, 1976, the youth of Soweto took to the streets against the oppressive apartheid government. The actions of this generation of young people contributed toward the liberation of South Africa. Featuring activists from this generation, the upcoming dialogue will reflect on June 16 and the role of the South African Students Movement.

Please join us as part of the Live Studio Audience.

DATE: Tuesday 25 June, 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
You can also tune into the dialogue on DSTV Channel 159

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