By Angelina Sani,
Freedom of expression is when one is allowed to express his or her feelings or giving an opinion about a certain issue or topic.
This freedom of expression in our schools seems to be easily violated by our teachers and learners. It is important that we know which role we play in every relationship we have at school. The roles we play with our teachers, our classmates, our friends, our boyfriends or girlfriends. If there are certain things we don’t like in any of these relationships, it is important that we express how we feel – we the right to anyway!
After all, a true relationship is one that a both parties in the relationship will want to know and accept your honest feelings and thoughts and still think you are the best! So it is important that we stop bullying each other and enjoy a right of having freedom that our late fore-fathers brought to us. It is important that we learn how to express ourselves as it will boost our self-esteem and confidence.
Mzukona Mantshontsho is the founder of Nyakaza Media Solutions. Nyakaza Media Solutions is an organisation that was established to help community organisations, business entities, and schools to research, write, document, report, analyse, edit, publish newsletters or bulletins in hard-copy, on-line and maintain websites with the relevant content as per the editorial policy of that organisation, school or entity.
Nyakaza Media Solutions has a vision to promote and bring dialogue to communities, businesses and schools about issues that affect them.
Nyakaza Media Solutions is on a mission to develop and encourage communities, businesses and learners to celebrate the good, applaud excellence, welcome growth, strive to be better individuals, businesses and communities, want more knowledge, discourage bad and counter-productive behaviour as well as communities, businesses and learners that want to be great SOUTH AFRICANS.
Nyakaza Media Solutions is making use of Yo School Magazine as a platform that learners in all schools to make use of to write their stories.