Sekoetlane Phamodi is a Black feminist activist who has his training in journalism and law. He has been involved in broadcasting and media freedom advocacy for four years, leading public-interest interventions into legislative and policy reforms to broadcasting and related issues in South Africa.
Phamodi is a highly networked and experienced project integrator, communicator and facilitator with nearly ten years’ experience in civil society in South Africa. He has worked in a range of areas in the development sector, advancing social justice struggles concerning HIV and AIDS, sexual violence, gender justice and media-for-development. In addition to this, Sekoetlane is a regular commentator on the interface between politics, race, class and gender, and has been widely published across a range of major national print and digital titles in South Africa.
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