When I was first approached to host my own webshow I thought: “These people are seriously crazy enough to let me interview people under LIVE’s name?! Okay, GAME ON!”
The DMC (Deep Meaningless Conversations) is not seamless, elegant, or politically correct. Instead, its awkward, strange and honest.
On this episode, I’m chatting with Enhle Khumalo, a Wits SRC member, creator of the Facebook site: Voice Activism and all round bad-ass modern day wonder woman. We’ll be talking about what would happen to student life if the legal drinking age was changed from 18 to 21.
Now, here’s a fact for you, according to Arrive Alive: “30% of crashes killing young drivers involves alcohol…” One life is too many, so if we were to increase the legal drinking age in our country, would it help curb this statistic? I wanted to know if we were to increase the legal drinking age limit, how much of an impact it would have on the Tertiary Experience. Lets look at Orientation week, aka ‘O’ week (where high school innocence comes to die!). ‘O” week is notorious for the crazy parties that happen and the even crazier cheap and large amounts of alcohol that is available at these parties. What would happen if it stopped?
This is the question I asked Enhle, but that would’ve been a very short interview, so I asked her a bunched of other very “serious” questions for your knowledge/entertainment.
Look out for Enhle’s Facebook group: Voice Activism
Awesome graphics by:@BizaniMeyiwa