Also Seen On

– ‘Keep the Space Open: Threats to Civic Engagement and the Media‘ (Heinrich Böll Foundation, 19 October 2017)

Practical Insights: Johannesburg & Urban Development (JournAfrica, 12 September 2017)

Are Black South Africans trapped in generational poverty? (Power FM, 23 August 2017)

– Outrage over Manana debacle (IOL, 21 August 2017)

Reaction to Mduduzi Manana’s resignation (Cape Talk, 20 August 2017)

– Institutions meant to tackle gender-based violence are failing us, says activist (Talk Radio 702, 11 August 2017)

– Bill that would change the way women access abortion services (Talk Radio 702, 10 August 2017)

– Innovator Q&A: amandla.mobi’s Koketso Moeti (Civic Tech Innovation Network, 02 August 2017)

–  Raising children in a racist, sexist, unequal and violent world (The Daily Maverick Show, 19 July 2017)

– Petitions are not just signatures but also a tool of civic activism (Talk Radio 702, 23 May 2017)

– Fifty Changemakers Advancing Gender Equality in SA (Tree Shaker, 10 May 2017)

– Koketso Moeti on creating a platform to fight injustice (Destiny Connect, 19 April 2017)

– Social activism in society (Power FM, 19 March 2017)

– Panel Discussion: Where is South Africa Going? (French Institute of International Relations ‘Political and Security Issues in Southern Africa’ conference, 13 March 2017)

– Could 17 million South Africans not receive their social grants on April 1st? (The Daily Maverick Show, 7 March 2017)

– Life Esidimeni findings: 94 patients die (Cape Talk, 1 February 2017)

– Collapsed Lily mine victims (Cape Talk, 5 January 2017)

– Government to compensate Marikana families (Talk Radio 702, 12 December 2016)

– Media Freedom (The Big Debate, 23 November 2016)

– Panel Discussion: Enhancing inclusive governance through innovative mechanisms (Deepening Local Democracy Conference, 15 November 2016)

– Digital literacy and youth participation (Media Monitoring Africa Web Rangers awards, 12 November 2016)

– Roundtable: We’re missing the Big Picture (Daily Maverick Show, 01 November 2016)

– Panel Discussion: Does advocacy influence change? (Water Aid Regional Advocacy Convention, 01 November 2016)

– Panel Discussion: Women of Marikana (Awakened Minds, 29 October 2016)

– Is the media reporting on #FeesMustFall fairly? (Talk Radio 702, 07 October 2016)

– Forum on Internet Freedom In Africa (Power FM, 29 September 2016)

– Conversation with amandla.mobi’s Koketso Moeti (Cape Talk, 22 September 2016)

– Panel Discussion: Social justice and the media (National Student Media Week, 03 September 2016)

– Institutions use code of conduct to exclude Black women: amandla.mobi (SABC, 30 August 2016)

– Pretoria Girls High pupils stand up against racism (East Coast Radio, 29 August 2016)

How digital tools can either help activists fight back, or reinforce inequality (FIDH International Forum, 24 August 2016)

– Battling the age-old traps laid by men (IOL, 18 August 2016)

– Tonight with Tim Modise | Koketso Moeti, Founder & Director of amandla.mobi (Soweto TV, 29 July 2016)

– Do you want my vote? Young South Africans’ voting behaviour (Institute for Security Studies, 27 July 2016)

– The extractive industry and harm to communities (Multi-Agency Grants Initiative, 21 July 2016)

– Land Rights and Emerging Technology Hackathon (Thomson Reuters Labs, 1 July 2016)

Mail & Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans (24 June 2016)

– Online petition launched to challenge SABC’s ban on violent protest visuals (Cape Talk, 22 June 2016)

– Sparrow crowd-funding campaigns removed (TimesLive, 14 June 2016)

– amandla.mobi Founder and Campaigner – Koketso Moeti (Power FM, 12 June 2016)

– Local petitions website targets political accountability (FIN24, 8 June 2016)

– Executive Director of Amandla.mobi Koketso Moeti on sanitary pads provision (SABC, 2 June 2016)

– Panel Discussion: Protest, Political Space and the Surveillance State in Southern Africa (Ford Foundation, 1 June 2016)

– Cultural intolerance in the South African workplace (Talk Radio 702, 31 May 2016)

– Panel Discussion – Producing Culture: Building Reading Cultures and African Intellectualism (Oxford Africa Conference, 21 May 2016)

– Panel Discussion – Young Civil Society Movements: The Vanguards of Political Change? (Oxford Africa Conference, 20 May 2016)

– Community protest action (SAFM, 19 May 2016)

Maggs on Media || amandla.mobi (16 May 2016)

– Are local government municipalities serving their communities adequately? (SAFM, 09 May 2016)

– High absenteeism and drop-out among schoolgirls due to menstrual cycle (Talk Radio 702, 03 May 2016)

Using mobiles as a campaigning tool (Power FM, 03 May 2016)

– Campaign to campaign: giving a voice to those affected by injustice (BizCommunity, 25 April 2016)

Are our public spaces denying the poor access? (Talk Radio 702, 19 April 2016)

– Meet 4 digital “do gooders” in Africa (DigifyAfrica)

– Panel Discussion: The Panama Papers Leaks: What does this discovery mean for the people (Con Hill, 19 April 2016)

– Koketso Moeti WaterAid GAC interview (8 March 2016)

– Panel Discussion: For Black Girls Only (Con Hill, 31 January 2016)

– Virginity Bursary: Incentive or Insult (ANN7, 28 January 2016)

– Organisation wants ‘virginity bursary’ scrapped (News24, 28 January 2016)

– Five women activists doing important work to end gender violence (The Daily Vox, 11 December 2015)

– Koketso Moeti discusses Marikana and a campaign to ban R-5 rifles for crowd control (The Daily Maverick Show, 22 September 2015)

– Panel Discussion- Performative Urbanisms: Right to the City (Johannesburg Institute of Advanced Studies, 9 September 2015)

– R5 rifles: ‘The war machine must go’ (Mail & Guardian, 20 August 2015)

– Amandla.mobi: A South African advocacy platform for all (Go rata, 13 August 2015)

– Amandla.mobi mobilises activism with cellphones (IT Web, 6 August 2015)

– Panel Discussion- Interactivists: Digital Storytelling, Dialogue and Activism (People to People International Documentary Conference, 21-22 July 2015)

– Panel Discussion-  How to Amplify the Voice of Civil Society in Public Discourse (Mott Foundation Conference, 15 July 2015)

– Panel Discussion- Making the Mobile-centric Internet Work for Users (Wits Internet Week, 7-10 July 2015)

– Panel Discussion: Civil Society: New Questions, New Voices (Society, Work and Development Institute/SWOP Colloquium, 13-14 May 2015)

– Amandla.mobi gives a voice to social issues (EDGE Science and Tech Show: April 29, 2015)

– National coordinator for LGA Koketso Moeti talks about the stayaway situation in Malamulele (ANN7)

– Presentation- Responsible Social Mobilisation: Taking Black Realities into Account (Civicus International Civil Society Week, 19-25 December 2014)

– Panel discussion- Creating a culture of innovation (Wired Women Conference, 23 October 2014)

– Presentation- Infiltration and Instigation: How white suburban activists act out left politics on black bodies (NGOs and Social Justice Colloquium, 27-28 September 2014)

– SABC Newsroom (SABC: August 15, 2014)

– Presentation- The Transformative Power of Innovation and Technology (The Guardian Activate Conference, 26 June 2014)

Panel Discussion: Women in New Media (Shoko Festival, September 2013)

Panel Discussion: New Media, Citizen Journalism, & Technology in Zimbabwe & Beyond (Shoko Festival, September 2013)

– HuffPost Live Panel Discussion (February 2013)

– Panel Discussion: Women in tech changing lives (Wired Women Conference, 13-14 September 2012)

– Young Woman of Note – August (published August 16, 2012)

– Interview with Koketso Moeti (published August 9, 2012)

– Mail & Guardian Book of South African Women 2012 (published August 7, 2012)

– A province in disarray (published August 4, 2012)

– Koketso Moeti: Founder of Operation: ROOIGROND (published July 6, 2012)

– Panel Discussion:  Youth, Identity and Politics (Foundation for Human Rights Youth Month Celebration, June 2012)

– SA’s young people will chart their own future (published June 19, 2012)

– Youth In a Teenage Democracy: Reconsidering The Role of Young People in Politics (published June 18, 2012)

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