WATCH: Kids to learn Constitution through beat boxing

09 June 2016 - 20:41 By S'duduzo Dludla

A private foundation is planning to teach the Constitution to South African pupils through beat boxing.#IamConstitution is a campaign that aims to create dialogue and constructive debate around the Constitution‚ while addressing issues facing the country and its youth.Constitutional Court struggling to find legal path to this year’s electionsCan a practical, but legal, interim solution be found to ensure that upcoming local government elections proceed? The #IamConstitution and Ichikowitz Family Foundation will be hosting workshops teaching pupils about the Constitution through beat boxing in the spirit of youth month.'SA's media freedom in danger of decline because of ANC': Media Institute of Southern AfricaSouth Africa is one of four countries listed as having concerning “media policy developments”in a statement released by the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa) to commemorate World Press Freedom Day 2016. "We aim to combine education with entertainment to offer youth a unique interactive opportunity to engage with the Constitution through contemporary creative arts”‚ said the foundation.Zuma 'notes' #SpyTapes judgment‚ says PresidencyPresident Jacob Zuma has "noted" the Spy Tapes ruling handed down by the High Court on Friday. “The Constitution is a roadmap for our nation‚ and in a multicultural country like ours‚ it is our most precious asset. We have a duty to protect it for the future of our youth.  "We do this by working with those making a difference‚ those playing their part to promote active citizenship and to continually innovate new ways to engage with our heritage and Constitution‚” said Ivor Ichikowitz‚ chairman of the Ichikowitz Family FoundationWatch Jean Kitenge beat box struggle stalwart Oliver Tambo's name.sIAMCONSTITUTION - Beat Box from Indelible Media on Vimeo.

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