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Success Stories

Prison Gangs and our youth’s potential

Kenneth Bosakwe (left) initiated Ambassadors of Change in 2010 after he was released from prison. It was in response to the high number of young people that he saw in prison. He was concerned about what life would be like for them after prison.

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“We are stuck in this debt cycle because we are poor” – Loan repayments leave pensioners penniless.

“It’s an issue of poverty, we receive our grant money but it’s too small. It gets used up on paying pack loans and taking kids to school and we take out more loans. I started borrowing R800 but the second time I went, they offered R1000 and I took it because I was broke at the time. They then deducted over R400 from me.I really didn’t expect them to deduct so much.” – Ntate Senyane

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CJN trains community paralegals to be radio journalists.
To do this we are partnered with the following advice offices and radio stations

Orange Farm Human Rights Centre
(Gauteng)

Thetha FM


Hennenman Victim Empowerment Forum
(Free State)

The Rock FM


Messina Legal Advice Centre
(Limpopo)

Musina FM


Amaoti Community Resource Centre
(KZN)

Inanda FM


Jersey Farm Advice and Information Centre
(Eastern Cape)

UCR FM


Ficksburg Advice Centre
(The Free State, on the border with Lesotho)

Sesoto FM


Relemogile Advice Office
(Limpopo)

Greater Tzaneen FM


Ventersdorp Human Rights Legal Network
(North West)

North West FM

 

(Previous partnerships)


Dobsonville Human Rights Centre
(Gauteng)

Hillbrow Radio


Ukuthula Advice Centre
(Mpumalanga)

KCRS


Mafefe Advice Office
(Limpopo)

Greater Lebowakgomo Community Radio

On average, every day a paralegal journalist with the help of CJN produces a piece of social justice content to be broadcast on a partner radio station.

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