In the last episode of the series, Koketso Sachane chairs a conversation about navigating masculinity in South Africa with Prof Malose Langa (Becoming Men) and Melusi Tshabalala (Magenge, We Need to Talk).
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Produced by Andri Burnett.
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Malose Langa is a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology, School of Human and Community Development at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He is a psychologist in private practice and holds an LLB degree.
Melusi Tshabalala is a seasoned, creative professional-turned mother-tongue activist, author, educator, speaker and entrepreneur. Having first entered the world of advertising in 1998, as a junior copywriter, he has gone on to build himself a strong reputation in advertising and beyond. His Melusi's Everyday Zulu initiative, born out of his frustration with how the South African advertising industry treats indigenous, African languages, has become a cultural phenomenon in SA and outside the country's borders, spawning a new career as an author, sought-after speaker, radio and print media contributor. Melusi continues to work in advertising. His most recent book is, Magenge, We Need to Talk.
Koketso Sachane has spent close to two decades in the media working as a journalist, spokesperson, radio host and editor.