Nah’ Mean Episode 1 discusses racism in South Africa, how the youth are addressing these issues and it highlights the importance of black consciousness in the modern contemporary age.

An insert from Nstika Daki is featured where he shares his personal experiences of racism in SA and talks more about his initiative ‘Hiking with Idaki’ where he introduces black individuals to new spaces.
Guests include: Travel blogger, Athi Rulashe; Momppy Mpoppy doll creator, Matie Makgoba and filmmakers Jessie Zinn and Jabu Newman who touch on the necessity of Black Consciousness, the different ways of implementing it, recognising it in the South African landscape and the engagement of people of various backgrounds on the subject.

Mark Johnson

Episode Guests:
Athi Roulashe
Maite Makgoba
Jessie Zinn

Tarren Olckers

Executive Producers:
Liani Maasdorp

Tarren Olckers
Lisa Drennan

Visual Mixer:
Neo Lesenyeho

Sound Mixer:
Akhona Mfebe

Floor Manager:
Sakhile Magaia

Camera Operators:
Gys Visser
Shannon Solomon
Aadil Jones

Studio Sound:
Kefiloe Mpai

Set Design:
Archie Birch
Colleen Knox

Stephen Horn

Title Track:
Chad Niewenhuis

Final Mix:

Head of Department, UCT Centre for Film and Media Studies:
Herman Wasserman

Academic Director/ UCT TV:
Liani Maasdorp

Tarren Olckers

Head Trainer:
Lisa Drennan

Technical Officer:
Alan Johannes

Studio Administrator:
Molly Maunganidze

Special Thanks
UCT Centre for Film and Media Studies

Percy Fox Foundation

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