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PAUL Rapetsoa's play Can't Wait, which opened in September in Polokwane in Limpopo, is in demand.
The play tackles the dangerous issue of Mxit -the use of a cellphone instant messaging service that is becoming an obsession with the youth.
Since its premiere two months ago Can't Wait has been getting many invites.
On November 24 the play will be staged at the Library Gardens, Polokwane. At present touring Limpopo the show will have performances on November 25 and 26 at the Mahwereleng Community Hall.
On November 27 and 28 it will be at he Lebowakgomo civic centre. The tour will be wrapped up on November 30 at Mankweng Community Hall, Turfloop.
Rapetsoa says the idea for the play was suggested to him by a local psychiatrist.
"He told me that he has been treating a lot of school kids who are addicted to this thing called Mxit," he says.
"I did my own research and visited many schools. I also thought of adding child pornography to the subject of Mxit."
The seasoned playwright believes there is nothing wrong with Mxit when children share views on certain subjects.
His worry is that this chat room allows children easy access to porn.
"It sort of gives them a platform to share their subjects and assignments. But it becomes a risk when they chat with strangers and become addicted to them.
"They sometimes chat to paedophiles. Through the show I am trying to sharpen awareness and educate both children and parents about the dangers."