Soul Buddyz Series

Soul Buddyz is a 26-minute, 26-episode drama series set in any urban centre in South Africa. It closely reflects the lives, struggles and joys of 8 -12 year olds in our changing society.

The story revolves around a group of children who hang out in a park after school.

These children from different backgrounds find an old abandoned taxi and make it their headquarters. This is where they laugh and cry and live their young lives to the full. They are the Soul Buddyz.

Their slogan is: "Tomorrow is ours."

Interwoven into the drama are serious issues which children deal with on a daily basis, including: AIDS, relationships, sexuality, bullying, abuse, corporal punishment, road safety and other accidents like burns and drowning and dealing with disability - especially the rights of children with disability.

All the issues are clearly framed within the South African constitution and the UN convention on the rights of the child. Children are encouraged to express their rights and also to examine their responsibilities.

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