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In Episode 1 we traveled to Arniston, South Africa, the location of ancient fish traps that were used by Khoi and San people, where we interviewed Rowina Europa , a small-scale fisherwoman. Come with us as we journey to Gordons Bay, South Africa, where we hear from local fisherfolk, about it impact of climate change on small scale fishers.
Produced by Shaldon Ferris (Khoisan)
Interviewees: Nico Fredericks, Ellen Mandelozi and 'Lulu'
Saxophone Music by Tyso
Natasha by 'The Hot Shots', used with permission.

On the South Coast of South Africa, is a small town called Arniston, where local people, who are descendants of Khoi and San people, make a living as small-scale fishers.
Arniston also has ancient fish traps, dating back thousands of years.
Arniston is a charming coastal town located in the Overberg region of South Africa. It is situated near Cape Agulhas, which is widely known as the southernmost tip of Africa.

En el altiplano sudamericano, a 3 mil 800 metros sobre el nivel del mar, se encuentra el lago Titicaca, un enorme cuerpo de agua compartido por Bolivia y Perú. En los últimos años las amenazas hacia el Titicaca (también conocido como Mama Qota por los Pueblos Indígenas de la región) han incrementado: el cambio climático y la contaminación lo han convertido en un lago en riesgo. ¡Te invitamos a conocer más sobre este tema en el episodio 2 de la serie “Mama Qota está en riesgo”!  

Puedes escuchar, descargar y compartir este programa de forma gratuita.

The International Day of Forests 2024 is commemorated on March 21st , and its theme - "Forests and Innovation: New Solutions for a Better World" - is a call to action for all of us to work together to protect our precious forests. Innovative solutions are crucial to ensuring that forests continue to thrive and provide us with a host of benefits, from clean air to biodiversity. It is important that we join the movement to make a positive impact on our planet and create a better world for ourselves and future generations.

En el altiplano sudamericano, a 3 mil 800 metros sobre el nivel del mar, se encuentra el lago Titicaca, un enorme cuerpo de agua compartido por Bolivia y Perú. En los últimos años las amenazas hacia el Titicaca (también conocido como Mama Qota por los Pueblos Indígenas de la región) han incrementado: el cambio climático y la contaminación lo han convertido en un lago en riesgo. ¡Te invitamos a conocer más sobre este tema en el episodio 1 de la serie “Mama Qota está en riesgo”!  

Puedes escuchar, descargar y compartir este programa de forma gratuita.

El Día Internacional de la Traducción se conmemora el 30 de septiembre de cada año con el fin de “rendir tributo a la labor de los profesionales lingüísticos y al importante papel que desempeñan en acercar a las naciones, facilitar el diálogo, el entendimiento y la cooperación, contribuir al desarrollo y reforzar la paz y la seguridad mundial”.

International Day for People of African Descent commemorates the extraordinary culture and diversity of people from the motherland and also pays homage to the sacrifices made by Africans with regard to the development of our societies through history. In this radio program,we honor freedom fighters and slave rebellion leaders Louis van Mauritius and Abraham van der Kaap.

Inhabitants of China consumed tea thousands of years ago, according to archaeological evidence.
Water is the world's most consumed drink, and tea thereafter. It is believed that tea originated in Asia, but it is still being determined exactly where it grew first.

Eldos FM is a community radio station based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Eldorado Park is a township that was born out of the Group Areas Act, during the apartheid era which saw residents being moved out of their places of birth to make way for the development of white residential and/ or business districts. Eldos FM has been broadcasting for 13 years.
In this radio program, we hear from field reporter Eldero van Heerden as well as news anchor and presenter Lucinda Borman, and they tell us about their experiences as broadcasters. Eldos FM broadcasts in Afrikaans and English.

Eldos FM is a community radio station based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Eldos FM is a township that was born out of the Group Areas Act, during the apartheid era which saw residents being moved out of their places of birth to make way for the development of white residential and/ or business districts. Eldos FM has been broadcasting for 13 years.
In this radio program, we hear from field reporter Eldero van Heerden as well as news anchor and presenter Lucinda Borman, and they tell us about their experiences as broadcasters.

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