- Shona-False Promises
- Afrikaans-False Promises
- Sotho-Know the Facts
- Setswana-Know the Facts
- Siswati-False Promises
- Chichewa-False Promises
- Nyanja-False Promises
- Zulu-Taxi Driver
- Changaana-False Promises
- Portuguese-Know the Facts
- French-False Promises
- French-Taxi Driver
- Portuguese-False Promises
- Portuguese-Taxi Driver
- English-False Promises
- English-Taxi Driver
- English-Know the Facts
The Together We Can End Human Trafficking radio spots and presenter's guide are designed to help radio stations join in the fight against human trafficking leading up to, during, and after the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa. 3 radio spots were produced to address various aspects of human trafficking, and provide information on resources of where to go to report cases of trafficking. By raising awareness about how human trafficking can be prevented, recognised, and reported, media can help save lives and provide information needed to stay safe.
The 3 spots were produced in English, Zulu, Sotho, Afrikaans, and Siswati, and are being distributed to 120 community radio stations in the nine provinces of South Africa. Supported by OXFAM GB and the Red Light 2010 Campaign, the spots were produced into: Portuguese, French, Nyanja, Chichewa, Setswana, Changana, and Shona. An accompanying presenters guide will encourage discussion with local experts and calls from community members.
Red Light 2010 Campaign - Market Africa. Not Its People!
The Red Light 2010 Campaign was initiated to respond to the potential impact of the FIFA 2010 World Cup on vulnerable women and children in Southern Africa. While initially focusing on the World Cup as an opportunity highlight issues relating to trafficking and sexual exploitation of women and children, the campaign will continue past the event to keep this important issue on the regional agenda. The Red Light 2010 ampaign is spearheaded by WLSA and SANTAC. Recording and production of the CD was done by CMFD Productions.
1. False Promises - Her dream job in the big city becomes a nightmare when a young woman is forced into sex work.
2. Taxi Driver - A taxi driver realises he did nothing to prevent a young women from being trafficked, and vows to never let it happen again.
3. Not for Sale! - Two young women recognise that a human trafficker in their midst, thanks to information provided to them through community outreach.
This project brought together a wide range of people from across Southern Africa. Join us in speaking out against human trafficking!
Recording and audio production: Tonya Graham, Cindy Dzanya, Pedro Simao, Daniel Walter, Mafir Hunguana (CMFD Productions)
Music: CMFD Productions
Engish: Arthur Zitha, Terrance Xolani, Nzuza Mammatli Thakhuli, Bongiwe Hlatshwayo
Zulu: Terrance Xolani Nzuza, Loyiso Gura, Thandi Buthelezi, Bongiwe Hlatshwayo
Sotho: Pule Monare, Mlamli Malayi, Pearl Mbolekwa, Ithateleng Sesinyi
Afrikaans: Tsholo Phiri, Mauricio Marques, Mary-Anne Wright, Lareece-Ann Kelly
Siswati: Thabiso Mavimbela, Charles Phiri, Kholekile Thwala, Bongiwe Hlatshwayo
Setswana: Monageng Vice Motshabi, Ookeditse Phala, Tshiamo Petersen, Pearl Mbolekwa
Shona: Tonderai Chiyindiko, Cletus Moyo, Linda Musariri, Natasha Mazonde
Nyanja: Benne Banda, Larry Mwansa, Muduna Kapumba, Corrina PaoliniP. Mwanza
Chichewa: Benne Banda, Wyson Bomani, Caroline Masamba, Rachel Banda
French: Wirsity Bernard Bongkisheri, Y.D.G Pounah, Shella Ngefor, Jerina Chende Messie
Portuguese & Changaana: Sergio Mabambo, Diaz Santana, Laurinda Saul, Paulino Xavier Mulanga
Translations: Translation World, Makhosonke Myende, Cindy Dzanya, Benne Banda, Wyson Bomani, Marie Annick Savripene , Amancio Miguel Vilanculos,Cessy PhiriFiles to download:
Human Trafficking Spots Presenters Guide (English) - 385908 KB
Human Trafficking Spots Presenters Guide (Portuguese) - 384022 KB
Human Trafficking Spots Presenters Guide (French) - 383737 KB