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YOUTH ENGAGES IN FCA PROGRAMME 

Maseru, Apr. 26 — In an effort to equip young individuals with media and television skills, Khanya Holdings will on Monday commence the second phase of its Film for Community Action (FCA) program.

This initiative, conducted in collaboration with youths from Communications Minister Nthati Moorosi’s constituency, will span seven days and focus on comprehensive skills development, encompassing camera operation, editing, makeup, directing, and acting, among others, as highlighted by one of the trainers, Dr. Paul B. Luanga.

Additionally, Dr. Luanga, a psychotherapist by profession, mentioned that mental health training will also be incorporated into the program.

In a departure from tradition, due to the enthusiastic response from the youth in Ha Thetsane, two short films will be produced this time. Participants will receive certificates of attendance along with valuable hands-on production experience.

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