- Amaza starting 03 Feb
January 30, 2014 Amaza
Amaza, meaning waves, is a South African coming of age youth drama series produced by Community Media Trust (CMT) for SABC 1. The series is set in a street in Muizenberg, Cape Town which runs from the mountain, across the railway tracks, to the famous Surfer’s Corner and the promenade, where a diverse group of students must come to terms with the cultural and historical legacies that mould each of them. ‘ …more’
- World AIDS Day
December 9, 2013 Outreach
On 1 December 2013 Community Media Trust supported many organisations with their World AIDS Day events.‘ …more’
- Nelson Mandela: An interview with Zackie Achmat
December 6, 2013 News
Nelson Mandela has died. He inspired and led the struggle for freedom and against the oppression of apartheid. GroundUp interviewed Zackie Achmat about Mandela. In the 2000s, Achmat led the struggle for life-saving medicines for people with HIV.‘ …more’
- A woman’s role in traditional male circumcision
November 22, 2013 Media Outreach
In many African cultures, women are not allowed to take part in the process of initiating boys into manhood. Their role is limited to helping purchase the initiate’s clothing and other necessities like food and the brewing of traditional beer.
- Adherence to treatment could save lives
November 18, 2013 Media Outreach
One of the biggest challenges in treating and suppressing HIV is that treatment has to be taken at a certain time every day for the rest of your life. This is normal with any other chronic illness.