“Through this agreement we are partnering with SABC to expand our foot print significantly" - Ronald Abvajee

MyHealth360 collaborates with SABC education channel

In his unwavering mission to drive a culture of holistic, informative and transformative wellbeing to benefit the public at large, Ronald Abvajee, CEO of Healthy Living Consulting (HLC), is delighted to be expanding the My Health360 online platform even further – this time in conjunction with the SABC Education Channel.

This is in addition to announcing similar partnerships with Cape Town TV (CTV) and Soweto TV (STV) in September and October 2021 respectively.

“Through this agreement we are partnering with SABC to expand our foot print significantly, by providing our expert health content to the SABC Education channel,”

says Abvajee enthusiastically.

“This covers an additional six online platforms, with online rights being granted to  SEVA (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube),  SABC Education (Facebook, Twitter, You Tube) and Raise Your Hand (Facebook, Twitter, You Tube), as well as the SABC Education website and individual programme sites.”

In addition to the vast range of content and material available on the My Health 360 platform, the SABC Education channel broadcasts public service content from the Department of Education, educational programmes currently available on SABC 1, 2, 3, and archived material produced by the SABC.

“This is a significant partnership for mutual benefit and we a thrilled to have access to – and share – the broad ranging quality content which My Health 360 expertly produces on an ongoing basis,”

says Raymond Katlego Moruku, Assistant Commissioning Editor – Education at the SABC Education Channel.

“Since its formation in 1996, SABC Education has been instrumental in fulfilling the SABC’s mandate of providing public service content that is informative, educational, and entertaining to the millions of South African citizens. Notwithstanding education being a human right, it has been the responsibility of the public broadcaster to provide significant educational programmes that are key to the full development of human capital and the enhancement of a more democratic, cohesive society,”

says Moruku. 

“The past 25 years have seen the SABC devote substantial airtime to educational programmes that address community challenges, national identity, culture, and heritage, in different South African languages.”

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