The man behind Lead SA and Crime Line at our GetOn Skills Development Centre in Pretoria West. Yusuf Abramjee started his career in journalism as a freelancer for Talk Radio 702 ahead of the country's first democratic elections in 1994. Crime became his beat and soon after, in 1996, he was appointed the crime editor for Radio 702 and its Cape counterpart, 567.
After he was appointed Primedia Broadcasting's group head of news and talk programming in 2005, Abramjee and a group of others founded the Crime Line Campaign, which was officially launched in June 2007 with him at the helm.
Watch Kabelo interview Mr. Abramjee at GetOn Skills Development Centre about creating a safer and better South Africa, creating awareness and education and ask yourself the question: "What can I do to make somebody smile today?"