The sixth Soul City season was broadcast in 2003 on SABC1 television and on all nine of the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) regional radio stations. The print material produced by the project was distributed through 4 partner newspapers: Ilanga; Sowetan; Sunday Times and Die Burger.
This season also featured a range of popular music carrying inspirational messages of hope and love for children. A CD of these songs accompanies the broadcast.
The sixth season was sponsored by BP, Department of Health, EU, DIFD, Ireland Aid, Department of Education and Old Mutual.
The sixth Soul City season was made up of:
A primetime television series – 13 half hour episodes
A daily radio drama – 60 fifteen minute episodes
Booklets – 3 full colour booklets
An advertising/publicity campaign which keeps people talking and thinking about Soul City
An Advocacy Campaign to Ensure Children's Rights to Social Security
A CD of popular music
The sixth season of Soul City dealt with the following issues:
HIV and AIDS, with a focus on children infected and affected
Adult Basic Education and Literacy