SABC Education launches a weekly half-hour talk show on SABC radio stations

By Faeza
05 June 2015

IN a bid to stimulate dialogue and to get men involved in preventing new HIV infections, stopping gender-based violence and promoting responsible fatherhood, SABC Education recently launched a weekly half-hour talk show on SABC radio stations.

The show is called Brothers are Talking and it is devoted to medical male circumcision and it is going to be broadcast on all SABC participating radio stations from this week and they are in partnership with national Men’s Programme called Brother’s For Life.

The series includes a celebration of fathers in honour of Father’s Day.

SABC Director for Strategic Communications at Centre For Communications Impact which promotes Brother’s For Life, Brenda Goldblat said the SABC is excited fruitful partnership.

“We could not be happier with our partnership and the enthusiasm of the SABC radio producers to ensure that we deliver a top quality show which will help to speak to men across the length and breadth of the country about issues that are of huge importance for their health and wellbeing, that of their partners and their families” said Brenda

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