Guest Info

Neelofar Sayed is a renowned On-Air personality and radio presenter for Lotus FM in South Africa. She is passionate about public speaking and toured South Africa, debating at Universities nationwide. She also represented the NPI (National Productivity Institute).

About the Show

Joining host Rajan Nazran is Neelofar Sayed, a prominent national radio presenter and reporter.

In this podcast, Neelofar delves into the ongoing riots in South Africa, addressing their devastating impact on society’s harmony. She passionately expresses her dissatisfaction with the situation and its effects on public life. Neelofar discusses the riots as a race war and sheds light on how politicians and intellectuals are misleading the public about the true nature of the unrest.

She highlights the dangerous narrative the opposition party spreads, suggesting that Indian and white communities are uniting against black people. Neelofar candidly shares her fears about personal safety when venturing outside.

She also raises concerns about the ruling party’s control of press freedom, restricting the ability to speak the truth. The economic crisis affecting the country is another critical topic she addresses.

Furthermore, Neelofar reflects on the legacy of apartheid and whether it has truly benefited the Indian community. The podcast concludes with a thought-provoking discussion on the definition of being African and the role of race in shaping identity.

Stay tuned for this enlightening conversation with Neelofar as she delves into the complexities of colour, race, economy, and riots in South Africa.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.
Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

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