Hi there,

This week The Daily Vox turns six – #TDVTurns6.

We launched six years ago on 16 June 2014, as a platform for young people in South Africa’s politics and media space. We planned a few exciting things to mark the occasion:
Image: Invite to The Daily Vox discussion
On Thursday, join us for an online discussion with Buti Manamela (deputy minister of higher education) and others, on one of the emerging struggles for inclusion in higher education: how students are coping with the shift to remote learning. Register here.

Yesterday, we launched The Critical Stans 2.0, a weekly podcast on politics and pop culture, hosted by Shaazia Ebrahim and Fatima Moosa. Catch our first episode here, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Make sure to subscribe and leave a review for us.

Finally, don’t miss the #TDVTurns6 retrospective with The Daily Vox’s co-founder Khadija Patel, on how the Daily Vox was launched and why it still matters today. Read it here.

So much has changed in the last six years, but one thing remains clear: young people continue to lead the struggles shaping this country’s future. As the world and South Africa enters into new political and socioeconomic times, The Daily Vox will be there to cover the story, especially the ways in which it affects the youth. 

In solidarity,
Fatima Moosa
The Daily Vox
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