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Firdoze Bulbulia on Newsbreak Women Economy

South Africa’s Firdoze Bulbulia is a veteran director, producer, writer and educator. Using her creative craft, she applied her efforts through theatre to express her solidarity for women and children’s movements. Bulbulia has also helped establish the South African Charter on Children’s Rights and represented Africa at various human rights conferences globally.

Her award-winning films such as “Africa’s Fight against HIV-AIDS” and “African Pen Pals” bear testimony to the efforts in circles of women and children rights. In the last chapter of Women Economy Wednesday, Newsbreak Lotus features activist and film producer Firdoze Bulbulia as an ordinary woman- doing extraordinary things during COVID-19.

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