What to do if you have been raped
Description: In response to the recent taxi rapes around Gauteng, Soul City Institute for Social Justice mobilised a campaign to demand safe public transport for all women. A lot of people are not aware of places like Thuthuzela Care Centres that turn victims into survivors. Find your nearest Thuthuzela Care Centre here http://bit.ly/2j3W8f2 #SafeTaxisNow
21 Jun 2017
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Description: Millions of women in South Africa use taxis daily. We had two women walk silently with a hidden camera through several taxi ranks in Johannesburg to show how women are harassed daily. During our 10 hours of filming, we counted more than 150 incidents of harassment.
Imagine how it could be. We the public demand #SafeTaxisNow for ALL women.
01 Jun 2017
Description: RISE hosts look into how external contributing factors can compromise ones mental health, and how to build resilience to these factors. Clinical Psychologist Mthetho Tshemese joins the conversation to share the dangers of leaving poor mental health untreated, and how to work through stigma.
08 Nov 2016
Description: RISE explores the various steps young women can make towards becoming inde-pendent through starting their own businesses. Guest Nompumelelo Ntsele from Operation Hope states the importance of young women knowing their communities needs in order to create business that will best attract customers and thrive.
04 Nov 2016
Description: RISE hosts share personal events that signified their transitions from girlhood into womanhood. Clinical Psychologist Boitumelo Sefolo joins as a guest to speak about how young women should determine their readiness to engage sexually with another and the consequences thereafter.
26 Oct 2016
Description: RISE encourages consistent screening for young women, as a preventative measure against cancers and as a way to know their bodies intimately. Oncologist Dr. Sithembile Ngidi educates us on the risks of cervical cancer and shares the best methods of treatment and healing.
19 Oct 2016
Description: A young woman’s story teaches us that not being selected for a job is an indication to persevere rather than give up. RISE hosts talk about the efforts they made towards preparing themselves for their dream jobs. Millicent Maroga from Old Mutual teaches us about the importance of having both hard and soft skills when preparing oneself for employment.
11 Oct 2016
Description: RISE hosts delve into the consequences of shaming young women who are making the choices that suit their particular needs, whether it be keeping their babies or terminating. Guest, Mapule Motene from Marie Stopes reminds us to not isolate young women and pushes them towards decisions to use illegal reproductive health services.
04 Oct 2016
Description: RISE uncovers the various forms of abuse that exist and the complexity that arises when the abuse is within an intimate partner relationship. Wendy Phaluwa from POWA joins the conversation to speak about the impacts of abuse and what support young women need to end the cycle of abuse.
27 Sep 2016
Description: RISE hosts reveal how their early encounters with money informed the relationships they have with money today. The author of Heart, Mind & Money, Vangile Makwakwa teaches us how to make smart financial decisions and how our emotions can influence our spending habits.
20 Sep 2016
Description: The RISE hosts unravel the various reasons that inform why young women enter relationships with ‘Sugar Daddies’. Thulani Machere, coordinator of the DREAMS pro-gram takes us into the psychology of young women who often realise how detrimental intergenerational relationships are to their development when it’s too late.
14 Sep 2016
Description: RISE shows us that condom use can be fun and is synonymous to having a healthy sexual life. Guest Sara Chitambo from Zazi takes the hosts on an entertaining and educational exploration of male and female condoms. This episode shows us how to treat STI’s, but reminds us that prevention remains better than cure.
09 Sep 2016