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Ekoneni is a podcast about everyday people finding hope, creating connections, and making a difference in their communities. Join storytellers Pam Sykes and Jenn Warren to meet local heroes who are changing the world with bravery, ingenuity and heart. Ekoneni is the Xhosa word for "corner" - and in South Africa, the street corner is where people hang out, trade stories and watch life unfold. Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. Season Two of Ekoneni is currently in production. Season O ...
 
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We round out our first season talking to Marcela Guerrero Casas, the Managing Director and co-founder of Open Streets Cape Town, which describes itself as "a citizen-driven initiative working to change how we use, perceive and experience streets.” Born and raised in Bogota, Colombia, Marcela lived and studied in the United States before moving to S…
 
Theo Ndindwa uses dance for social change, and co-founded the iKapa Dance Theatre with his wife Tanya Arshamian in 2007 to teach dance, empowerment and life skills to youth in townships around Cape Town. iKapa believes that “the transformation of South Africa lies with the development of disadvantaged communities and youth.” Theo returned to South …
 
In this episode we meet William Mapham, the founder of Vula, a mobile phone app that connects patients and health care workers with specialist doctors quickly, easily and effectively. Like many developing countries, South Africa doesn't have enough doctors to go around, and the problem is most acute in remote, rural and underserved areas. Specialis…
 
In Episode 5 of Ekoneni: Street Corner Stories we meet Rethabile Mashale Sonibare. Rethabile is the inspiring founder of the Thope Foundation, which is bringing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education to preteen girls in Khayelitsha, through an after school club that combines robotics and coding, with health and life skills. Rewr…
 
In 2006, Luvuyo Rani opened up an Internet café in Khayelitsha, the largest township in Cape Town, after spending two years selling computers to teachers from the boot of his car. Today, Luvuyo is the founder of Silulo Ulutho Technologies, a proudly South African tech company that employs over 170 people across 45 branches. Luvuyo and his partners …
 
In the third episode of Ekoneni: Street Corner Stories, we meet Joy Olivier, Co-founder and Director of IkamvaYouth - a Cape Town organisation tackling poverty through education, one youth at a time. Ikamva means 'future' in Xhosa, and Joy and co-founder Makhosi Gogwana started IkamvaYouth in 2003 when they decided to volunteer as tutors at Makhosi…
 
In the second episode of Ekoneni: Street Corner Stories, we meet Cape Town director Shane Vermooten​, who just released his first feature length film and Africa's first medical thriller, BYPASS. BYPASS tackles the challenging subject of organ donation and highlights the underbelly of South Africa’s organ trafficking black market. With only 2% of So…
 
Welcome to EKONENI's sneak peek of Episode 2, where we meet Shane Vermooten - a director from Cape Town who just released his first feature length film and Africa's first medical thriller, BYPASS, highlighting the underbelly of South Africa’s organ trafficking black market.द्वारा Pam Sykes & Jenn Warren
 
In the first episode of Ekoneni: Street Corner Stories, we meet Tamburai Chirume the co-founder of ONEOFEACH, a mother and daughter design duo based in Cape Town. ONEOFEACH is driven by Tamburai and her mother Pauline's love for the African continent and desire to celebrate and share its history, by creating a luxury product made in a Africa, for t…
 
Welcome to EKONENI's sneak peek of Episode 1, where we meet Tamburai Chirume - co-founder of ONEOFEACH, a mother and daughter design duo based in Cape Town. ONEOFEACH is driven by Tamburai's love for the African continent and desire to celebrate and share its history, by creating a high end, luxury product made in a Africa for the world.…
 
Ekoneni: Street Corner Stories is supported by the U.S. Consulate of Cape Town and the American Corner, Cape Town Central Library. Our ad music "Sea Legs" is by Bottled Sounds and Shaun Lawler. Photo by Theon Reilly Pather / ACCT.द्वारा Pam Sykes & Jenn Warren
 
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