Call to tune in to Citizens Connect

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Call to tune in to Citizens Connect

The government has called on all South Africans to watch a programme on SABC 2 that will feature storytelling and engaging content that inspires a collective shift towards an informed and engaged society.

“We call on all South Africans across all spheres of life to follow and tune into SABC 2 from Thursday, 18 January – 22 March 2024 at 8:30 pm, to follow and engage on the 13 episodes of Citizens Connect, which will significantly touch on various interventions and experiences of citizens with government on issues that are essential to their lives,” Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Acting Director-General Nomonde Mnukwa said.

Citizens Connect is a social reality program featuring government content, re-enactments and discussions on matters relating to gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF), anti-corruption and the Economic Recovery and Reconstruction Plan (ERRP).

The GCIS will launch a 13 episode Advertiser Funded Programme (AFP) called Citizens Connect on SABC 2 on Thursday.

“This collaboration with SABC 2 is a testament to the government’s commitment to reaching a diverse audience and delivering impactful content,” GCIS said.

South Africans can follow all 13 episodes on SABC 2 from the day of its launch up until the end of all episodes every Thursday at 8:30 pm, with repeats on Fridays from 12:00 – 12:30 and it will be available on the SABC Plus streaming platform. 

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