SHOUT FOR A SAFER SOUTH AFRICA

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SHOUT FOR A SAFER SOUTH AFRICA

SHOUT is the brainchild of well known South African musicians
Danny K and Kabelo who embarked on launching the initiative after the tragic and untimely death of South African legend, Lucky Dube due a senseless act of crime. Both men had reached saturation point with the steadily climbing crime statistics and news bulletins detailing violence and bloodshed on a daily basis.

Using his influence as a successful and established South African artist, Danny recruited the best of South Africa’s music talent to record a cover of the 1980’s Tears for Fears hit ‘Shout’ with the mindset of donating all proceeds from downloads and sales of the single and brand collateral to charities which support victims of crime and initiatives which aid in the prevention of crime.

SHOUT is a movement that will get all South Africans who want to live in a safe country… who currently feel frustrated, think there is little hope, believe they are powerless…to feel positive, to see & believe that they can actively engage in the building of a safer South Africa.

They can do so by joining the SHOUT movement, by simply downloading the song, adopting a new attitude towards law and order, knowing that they can be part of the solution that their personal actions are meaningful and will contribute towards a sustainable safer country…

SHOUT is aiming to break all South African records by making the song the fastest selling single in South African music history whilst giving South Africa a unified voice to alleviate and combat crime.

By SHOUTING out together, we can actively create and build a safe South Africa.

Add your voice to the fight against crime.

SMS SHOUT TO 3 33 35 to donate R20 and get the SHOUT track featuring SA’s top artists.
(*terms and conditions apply)

For more information visit www.shoutsa.com

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#1 | By Adekunle Samuel Owolabi

heard about this on radio today ...yes it’s a good thing cos i was a victim of crime as well… It’s not a good thing.

24/03/2010

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