Welcome, visitor! [ Register | Login


Speak Out on SABC 2 – Contact Details

Entertainment January 25, 2016

About Speak Out

The new season of SABC 2’s consumer rights show – SPEAK OUT returns to our screens.

Show Schedule


09:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Show Contributors

Show Details

The new SPEAK OUT promises to be more visible and more vigilant. Season 7 will zoom into stories from South Africans in small towns and rural areas where consumers are mostly uninformed about their consumer rights. These are marginalized people of this country. SPEAK OUT will take on to stand and speak for the voiceless, support and educated the exploited consumer. South African consumers can count on SPEAK OUT to expose and hold businesses accountable.


“In the past, SPEAK OUT had 100% black African complainants and with the new season we are encouraging other races to write to us as SPEAK OUT is for all South African consumers whose rights have been violated. There is nowhere to hide when SPEAK OUT is around.” added Lebo Malete – SABC 2 Publicity.


This season of SPEAK OUT will tackle different business sectors and industries. There will be no business too big for SPEAK OUT as the show will seek justice and fair resolution between the complainant and the perpetrator.


Dingaan Mokebe, the show’s host, is intent and vigorous in his journey to resolve consumer issues. He is fearless and ready to pull up his sleeves and tackle the consumer rights violators. This season will leave no issues unsolved and complainants will get their even handedness. SPEAK OUT sets out to be the one place to turn to for South African consumers and aims to educate South Africans on consumer’s rights so that they can handle matters themselves wherever they are.


SPEAK OUT actively communicates with South African consumers through post, e-mail, Facebook and website.


You can contact Speak Out on:

Speak Out

P.O. Box 8922




Or send a fax to 086 563 3754


You can also e-mail to speakout@aviwebds.co.za and inbox on the


Facebook page:  @SpeakoutonSABC2


For more information you can view the website:  www.speakoutsabc2.co.za


Watch SPEAK OUT every Thursday at 21:30. SABC 2, You Belong

96 total views, 0 today

  • Minister of Water Affairs in Sudan

    The Minister of Water Affairs in Sudan

    by on March 28, 2017 - 0 Comments

    Here’s who everyone is talking about – The Minister of Water Affairs in Sudan. We may not know the fact and how real this is. Reports say:  The man pictured here is Hon. Mabior Garang De Mabior, the current minister for Water Resources and Irrigation in the Republic of South Sudan. Hon. De Mabior who […]

  • Sesethu video breaks the internet

    by on March 23, 2017 - 0 Comments

    Isn’t it sad what the world has become. There’s a 14 year old who is trending on Social Network known as #Sesethu. What is the story behind the Trend. There’s a video of a 14 year old (Sesethu) – In the video she is self stimulating herself with the hand for pleasure – I guess I […]

  • WHATSAPP APPLES - What's the deal with women and colourful apples on Whatsapp as Profile Pictures

    by on April 21, 2017 - 0 Comments

    COLORFUL WHATSAPP APPLES It is now confirmed as in yesterday that women are in fact DRAMATIC. All of this just to confuse men, and boy weren’t we just confused thinking it’s the end of the world or something. I actually thought it was a fruity day, no matter how much nonsense I was feeding myself, […]

  • SA Lotto Results

    SA Powerball Results - Friday 07 April 2017

    by on April 7, 2017 - 0 Comments

    Powerball and Plus Results: Friday 07 April 2017 The winning numbers for Friday 07 April 2017 Powerball  Draw. Here are the winning numbers (Powerball and Powerball Plus) (SA POWERBALL RESULTS) Powerball: 20, 21, 24, 34, 43 Powerball 20 Powerball Plus: 23, 29, 30, 31, 33 Powerball 20.  

  • #Sesethu - The Trend in South Africa

    by on March 24, 2017 - 0 Comments

    REPORTS: An unseemly video of a young lady, named Sesethu, is as of now doing the rounds via web-based networking media. A considerable measure of jokes have been made. Sharing the video and passing uncouth remarks about the young lady is online networking disgracing. While you may play around with your peeps on Twitter and […]