12 February, 2017
Clicktivism is defined as the use of social media platforms and other online methods to promote a particular cause.
For example, in South Africa, many issues that have become part of national discourse have often begun as hashtags on social media platforms – from #RhodesMustFall, FeesMustFall, #EndOutsourcing – as well as #BlackLivesMatter in the United States.
But is activism on social media platforms alone enough?
Join us in studio for this edition of FrankTalk as we interrogate the uses of social media for activism.
YFM studio, 4 Albury Road, Dunkeld Crescent,
South West Blocks, Dunkeld West, Ext 8, Sandton
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16 March, 2017
Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall
Prof. Dan Ncayiyana
Mr. Nkosinathi Biko
Samkelo.Nsibande@wits.ac.za by the 06th March 2017.