MY NAME PUTS ME AT THE DOOR BUT MY PASSPORT TAKES ME OUT – DARLINGTON STEVE

MY NAME PUTS ME AT THE DOOR BUT MY PASSPORT TAKES ME OUT – DARLINGTON STEVE

Darlington Steve, Nigerian media mogul based in Johannesburg chatted to Tumelo Mothotoane and Jason Goliath of The Morning Show on Etv about discrimination against immigrants in the corporate world in South Africa. He also spoke about how he didn’t let the discrimination or hostile environment in the corporate world against migrants to discourage him from pursuing his dreams.

“The struggle still continues for the fight of equal right for all nationals regardless of your nationality.
We are one. Let’s support our continent, promote our own businesses and people as we never lose sight for the fight for Economic freedom from powers that be”, said Darlington.

Darlington Steve, founder of the Darlington Steve Foundation is offering free radio training programme for women in South Africa by creating opportunities for everyone. Radio Presenting & Business in Radio Programme is designed to give the students a thorough background in the essentials of radio presenting, news reading and radio as a business. Students will receive a certificate upon completion of training which is covered in the registration fee. Students are introduced to the techniques that professional voice-over artists continuously use, rely on and are well trained in.

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