In case you missed it, I have a podcast!
After months of planning and preparation … oh, who am I kidding? After months of procrastinating, I have finally released my podcast – The Migration Generation.
The Migration Generation is a collection of conversations between those who have left South Africa, Zimbabwe, and any of the other Southern African countries, and immigrated to other parts of the world. Not only do I chat to expats who have left (the #ImStayingOverseas people), but I also talk to those who have no intention of leaving (#Imstaying) and those who possibly left only to return when, for them, the grass wasn’t greener overseas.
I aim to present a balanced view of the issue of migration. Somewhere along the line, people’s freedom to choose where they live has become a very contentious issue. Many people feeling that they are not allowed to voice their own opinions for fear that it will offend everyone! And I can’t have that.
This platform will be used so that those who want to have their say about the immigration issue can do so.
Podcast Release Schedule & Details
The podcast was released on the 7th of January 2020. I initially released the trailer, my introductory story, and then my first interview with Laetitia Corder who left SA to build a new life in New Zealand.
On the 13th of January, I released my third episode where I chat to Nikki from Cape Town who is making plans to leave South Africa to move to the UK.
I aim to release a new episode every week. Fingers crossed!
Ways you can listen to The Migration Generation Podcast
Thank you to everyone who has supported me on this journey. If you would like to be involved, please do get in touch, either on my social media or by filling in the form below. I am also really interested if you have any specific topics you’d like to hear about, as well as your feedback on the shows recorded so far.
It would be amazing if you would subscribe and download the podcasts, as well as to share it with your friends and family. You never know who might find the information we share useful.
Thanks again, and have a lekker day, where you are.