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Current Lifestyle Events, Food, Entertainment and Popular Culture by Michelle Constant.
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WORD DOMINATION: “Positively Me: Daring to live and love beyond HIV” is a new book by NOZIBELE MAYABA co authored with Award Winning Author Sue Nyathi

“Positively Me: Daring to live and love beyond HIV” is a new book by NOZIBELE MAYABA co authored with Award Winning Author Sue Nyathi  GUEST: NOZIBELE MAYABA - Author, HIV Activist, Internationally Recognised Podcaster, Radio and TV Host Nozibele Qamngana-Mayaba, raised with strict Christian values, faced upheaval when diagnosed with HIV at 22 due to her cheating, verbally abusive boyfriend. Fearing stigma, she hid her status, plunging into depression. Eight years later, she decided to share her story, aiming to inspire and educate about HIV and family dynamics.   Her YouTube channel, with 257,000 subscribers, became a top HIV resource. Nozibele, married for 5 years, recently became a parent, using her experiences to advocate for open conversations on sexual education and societal issues.  
5/21/202416 minutes, 53 seconds
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A New web series looks into corporate control over our nutrition and calls on viewers to join the debate

A New web series looks into corporate control over our nutrition and calls on viewers to join the debate. The pilot episode of a new series, Chew on This, by the Healthy Living Alliance (HEALA), has launched this month with a focus on how major food corporations are impacting consumers’ rights to nutritious food. GUEST: NZAMA MBALATI - Acting interim CEO of Healthy Living Alliance (HEALA
5/21/20249 minutes, 58 seconds
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The 2024 Artfluence Youth Activism Human Rights Award was presented to cultural curator, arts co-ordinator, and writer, Faye Kabali-Kagwa

The 2024 Artfluence Youth Activism Human Rights Award was presented to cultural curator, arts co-ordinator, and writer, Faye Kabali-Kagwa. In 2023, Kabali-Kagwa was the curator for the Cradle of Creativity Festival, which took place in Johannesburg and featured 27 productions from South Africa and abroad. GUEST: KAYE KABALI - KAGWA - Youth Activism Award Winner/ arts and project coordinator, cultural curator, and writer
5/21/20248 minutes, 32 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS Wild Coast communities

Wild Coast communities and supporting organisations will be in the Supreme Court of Appeal to defend the which set aside Shell’s exploration right - which provided for Shell to explore for oil and gas off the wild coast of South Africa.   GUEST: NEVILLE VAN ROOY - Community Outreach Coordinator at the Green Connection  
5/21/20248 minutes, 38 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Navigating market access is one of the biggest challenges for small businesses GUEST: MAHLATSE BOTOPELA - Events & Training Lead FETOLA
5/21/202410 minutes, 47 seconds
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COMMUNITY

The Non Profit Organisation Ladles of Love are sounding a call to action for volunteers to be part of their Nelson Mandela Day activation on 18th July 2024 at Constitution Hill GUEST: DANNY DILIBERTO - Founder of Ladles of Love
5/21/202410 minutes, 45 seconds
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Jet Set Breakfast Motoring with Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
5/21/202426 minutes, 50 seconds
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INTERVIEW : The Embassy of France in South Africa, Lesotho and Malawi and the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS) revealed it is now entering Création Africa’s final incubation and immersion stage

INTERVIEW : The Embassy of France in South Africa, Lesotho and Malawi and the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS) revealed it is now entering Création Africa’s final incubation and immersion stage. GUEST: SOPHIE BOULE - Cultural Attache of France to South Africa and Deputy Director IFAS   
5/21/20249 minutes, 35 seconds
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Interview: Understanding the National Health Insurance Bill that has now become an Act

Interview: Understanding the National Health Insurance Bill that has now become an Act. GUEST: DR. DONALD GUMEDE - Chairperson at the National Health Care Professionals Association 
5/21/202414 minutes, 39 seconds
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Interview : The Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) is a flagship project of the African Union Agenda 2063, an initiative of the African Union to create a single unified air transport market in Africa

Interview : The Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) is a flagship project of the African Union Agenda 2063, an initiative of the African Union to create a single unified air transport market in Africa. GUEST: SIBUSISO MKHWANAZI - Travel Writer 
5/21/20249 minutes, 22 seconds
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Interview : I hate my job : how to navigate career dissatisfaction and burnout

Interview : I hate my job : how to navigate career dissatisfaction and burnout  GUEST: ADRIAN GARDEN - Deputy Dean of Teaching and Learning 
5/21/202411 minutes, 41 seconds
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Interview: AfriPraise Festival is gearing up for  a gospel line up show set to take place on Sat 8 June 2024 in Johannesburg

GUEST: JABU HLONGWANE - CoFounder of Joyous Celebration Interview: AfriPraise Festival is gearing up for  a gospel line up show set to take place on Sat 8 June 2024 in Johannesburg  
5/18/20249 minutes, 14 seconds
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Interview : This year Hey Hillbrow! Let’s Dlala! (Lets Play) will take place on Africa Day, next week Saturday on Africa Day 25th of May

Interview : This year Hey Hillbrow! Let’s Dlala! (Lets Play) will take place on Africa Day, next week Saturday on Africa Day 25th of May.   GUEST: GERARD BESTER - Head of the Windybrow Arts Centre  
5/18/20246 minutes, 48 seconds
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Interview:  Experience the 2nd edition of the Linden Night Shop: Plain Jane in June Market taking place  Saturday 1st of June

Interview:  Experience the 2nd edition of the Linden Night Shop: Plain Jane in June Market taking place  Saturday 1st of June   GUEST: FRANCO FERRARESE - Organiser of the Market 
5/18/20245 minutes, 28 seconds
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INTERVIEW: Alastair McAlpine, a palliative paediatrician  on his book Prescription: Ice Cream - A Doctor's Journey To Discover What Matters

INTERVIEW: Alastair McAlpine, a palliative paediatrician  on his book Prescription: Ice Cream - A Doctor's Journey To Discover What Matters   GUEST: DR. ALASTAIR McALPINE        
5/15/202420 minutes, 5 seconds
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INTERVIEW :   Regenerative Farming and Winemaking in a farm in Elgin

Almenkerk Wine Estate is a small, family-owned wine estate, situated in the Elgin valley just east of Cape Town, South Africa. INTERVIEW :   Regenerative Farming and Winemaking in a farm in Elgin  GUEST: JORIS VAN ALMENKERK - owner of Almenkerk Wine Estate            
5/15/202418 minutes
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Interview International Nurses Day with the theme "Our Nurses our Future: The Economic Power of Care"

GUEST: BRIONY BERNING -  National Nursing Education Manager Interview International Nurses Day with the theme "Our Nurses our Future: The Economic Power of Care"            
5/15/202410 minutes, 42 seconds
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INTERVIEW: This year’s Slipper Day will be on 31 May, in support of children with life-threatening illnesses

GUEST: JULIA SOTIRIANAKOS -  CEO Reach for a Dream INTERVIEW: This year’s Slipper Day will be on 31 May, in support of children with life-threatening illnesses. This year’s theme, “Step into My Slippers”, focuses on empathy, fun, and stepping into the shoes (or rather, slippers) of these brave children.    
5/15/20248 minutes, 30 seconds
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Interview : South Africa’s Tourism sector continues a positive trajectory the latest official release of international arrival figures by Statistics South Africa for January to March 2024 points to a growing South African tourism sector.

Interview : South Africa’s Tourism sector continues a positive trajectory the latest official release of international arrival figures by Statistics South Africa for January to March 2024 points to a growing South African tourism sector. GUEST: THANDIWE MATHIBELA · Global Manager: PR, Communications and Stakeholder Relations at South African Tourism              
5/15/20247 minutes, 32 seconds
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INTERVIEW :   The Ichikowitz Family Foundation launched the African Youth Survey. The survey was conducted through more than 1 000 face-to-face interviews with 18 to 24-year-olds across Mzansi and found that less than one in two young people are keen to vote

Guest: REUBEN ICHIKOWITZ - Trustee of Ichikowitz Family Foundation INTERVIEW :   The Ichikowitz Family Foundation launched the African Youth Survey. The survey was conducted through more than 1 000 face-to-face interviews with 18 to 24-year-olds across Mzansi and found that less than one in two young people are keen to vote.     
5/15/202410 minutes, 5 seconds
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Interview: Jonathan Freemantle's solo exhibition "The Fallen Tree” is currently showing at Gallery Momo in Parktown

Interview: Jonathan Freemantle's solo exhibition "The Fallen Tree” is currently showing at Gallery Momo in Parktown.    GUEST: JONATHAN FREEMANTLE - Artist  Song: Adam Zanolini - All That We Know             
5/11/20249 minutes, 13 seconds
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Interview : What Drives the Cost of Cooking Oil?

GUEST: MORNE BOTES - Commercial Director of Southern Oil  Interview : What Drives the Cost of Cooking Oil?          
5/11/202411 minutes, 32 seconds
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Interview: Adam Zanolini - The Heliacal Rising of Sothis: A Celebration of Chicago’s Masterful Phil Cohran" at the State Theatre in Tshwane at 7; featuring the Tumi Mogorosi Quartet

GUEST: ADAM ZANOLINI - Multi-instrumentalist, composer, ethnomusicologist, writer, arts organizer and Executive Director of Elastic Arts Foundation in Chicago Interview: Adam Zanolini - The Heliacal Rising of Sothis: A Celebration of Chicago’s Masterful Phil Cohran" at the State Theatre in Tshwane at 7; featuring the Tumi Mogorosi Quartet    
5/11/20245 minutes, 58 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
5/11/202424 minutes, 45 seconds
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INTERVIEW : Hiking in the Elgin Valley Question : What is a Biome?

INTERVIEW : Hiking in the Elgin Valley Question : What is a Biome? Guest: ANDRIES GROENEWALD - Lead Guide in the trails in Elgin Question: What does it mean to be a nature guide? Guest: PATRICK MAPONJE - Nature Guide 
5/11/202418 minutes, 59 seconds
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Interview: BODY ACNE : prevention and treatment

GUEST: KAREN BESTER - Lamelle Research Laboratories Interview: BODY ACNE : prevention and treatment    
5/11/20249 minutes, 5 seconds
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South African rowing team gears up to compete in Switzerland to qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris

GUEST: GRANT DODDS - SA Rowing Technical Performance Manager  Interview : South African rowing team gears up to compete in Switzerland to qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris    
5/11/20248 minutes, 58 seconds
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Thandiswa Mazwai Returns With New Album “Sankofa” and a leading single ‘Kulungile’

Thandiswa Mazwai Returns With New Album “Sankofa” and a leading single ‘Kulungile’ GUEST: THANDISWA MAZWAI - Singer-Songwriter Instudio The new offering carries the profound message of overcoming past wounds and finding peace within. ‘Kulungile’, translating to ‘it is well’ in isiXhosa, reflects on her journey, reminding us that pain fades and wounds can be mended. The release of ‘Kulungile’ sets the stage for Thandiswa’s forthcoming album, ‘Sankofa’, slated for May 10th, 2024. To celebrate the album's release, Thandiswa will deliver a performance at Carnival City, Johannesburg on May 11th. The concert will feature tracks from ‘Sankofa’, as well as highlights from Thandiswa’s iconic debut solo album, ‘Zabalaza’, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in March.
5/7/202431 minutes, 23 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION :

Michelle : Seeing a variety of books that include Joanne Joseph - Children of the Sugarcare; Barbara Boswell - The Comrades Wife; How do you go about selecting the books to have in the store GUEST : CHRISTI BYER - Owner and Manager Liberty Books N2 in Elgin
5/7/202410 minutes, 47 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION

"Man in the Mirror" is a collection of quotes and proverbs, written by Charles Robert Koopman, an American-born global traveler and history teacher. GUEST: CHARLES KOOPMAN - History and Author of Man in the Mirror
5/7/20249 minutes, 41 seconds
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An urgent appeal has been filed with two United Nations Special Rapporteurs on behalf of the family of Toomaj Salehi, an Iranian rapper and activist who has been sentenced to death in Iran

An urgent appeal has been filed with two United Nations Special Rapporteurs on behalf of the family of Toomaj Salehi, an Iranian rapper and activist who has been sentenced to death in Iran.   GUEST: PROF. MAHMOOD AMIRY-MOGHADDAM - Human Rights Advocate and Norwegian-Iranian neuroscientist
5/7/202415 minutes, 25 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

SOUTH AFRICA AT THIRTY – WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE – THE CHILDREN? A thought piece  By Dr Linda Ncube-Nkomo published by Sowetan Live GUEST: DR. LINDA NCUBE-NKOMO - CEO of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund
5/7/202412 minutes, 40 seconds
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COMMUNITY: DO MORE FOUNDATION (founded by RCL FOODS) and Care for Education

In a demonstration of collective impact, the DO MORE FOUNDATION (founded by RCL FOODS) and Care for Education - supported by other business and non-profit partners - are distributing 1,800 DUPLO Play Boxes to 682 Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres across South Africa to be used for play-based learning by 33,492 young children.   GUEST: LUNGILE THABETHE - DUPLO Project Manager at the DO MORE FOUNDATION
5/7/20248 minutes, 38 seconds
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JSB SESSION

SA / Swiss collab band SKYJACK returns to Joburg to launch our 3rd album Light Cycle on Fri 10 and Sat 11 May.  They will perform at the Chris Seabrooke Music Hall at Wits University. Performance takes place at 7pm GUEST: SHANE COOPER - Bass
5/4/20249 minutes, 38 seconds
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OTHELLO AT THE BAXTER

Lara Foot’s Othello, by William Shakespeare is showing at the Baxter Theatre, this is the last weekend you have to view it Tonight at 7h30 and tomorrow 2pm and 7h30pm shows.  GUEST: FAHIEM STELLENBOOM - Marketing Manager Baxter TheatreThe hugely acclaimed production, adapted and directed by Foot, made its debut at the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus last year, to celebrated praise and earned her the Gustaf Theatre Award 2023 for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for the Direction of Othello. She once again teams up with an award-winning formidable creative team: designer Gerhard Marx, a fellow of the Eckhart Residency, the Sundance Film Institute, the Annenberg Fund and the Ampersand Foundation; Kyle Shepherd (music composition) and Patrick Curtis (lighting). She has assembled a stellar cast, led by Atandwa Kani in the title role of Othello, Albert Pretorius (Iago), Carla Smith (Desdemona), Fansiwa Yisa (Emilia), Carlo Daniels (Cassio), Wessel Pretorius (Roderigo), Morne Visser (Brabantio), Lyle October (Montano), Tamzin Williams (Bianca), Awethu Hleli (various roles), Brendon Sean Murray (Duke and various roles), Nolufefe Ntshuntshe (various roles) and Caleb Swanepoel (various)
5/4/20249 minutes, 14 seconds
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“The Illusion of Want” an exhibition by South African artist Coral Bijoux at AGOG Gallery in Maboneng.

“The Illusion of Want” an exhibition by South African artist Coral Bijoux at AGOG Gallery in Maboneng. The exhibition will run from Monday May 5th to May 28th, inviting audiences to engage with Coral Bijoux's captivating installations that challenge perceptions of desire and consumption in modern society.   Coral Bijoux's work delves into the complexities of our relationship with material possessions, drawing attention to the societal constructs that shape our desires. Through her innovative use of mixed media, including installations, sculptures, drawings, and soundscapes, Bijoux invites viewers to explore the intersection of consumerism, identity, and environmental consciousness.
5/4/20249 minutes, 10 seconds
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How Siddy the Service Dog has been a gift in My Life

GUEST: ABONGILE XHANTINI - Disability Rights Advocate And Founder of Holding Albus / 081 787 5264 Holding Albus is an initiative initially aimed at empowering persons with albinism, like me, but has now extended its reach to encompass all individuals facing disabilities. Service dogs / Guide dog - the difference Imagine waking up each day with seemingly insurmountable barriers, yearning for just a glimpse of freedom and independence. This is the reality for many individuals facing disability, including myself. My name is Abongile Xhantini, best known as Abz, a disability rights advocate and champion of inclusion and equity. I navigate the world with the unwavering support of my faithful companion Siddy affectionately known as Pom Pom, my service dog, who has been my guiding light through the darkness of visual impairment and the fluctuations of Complex PTSD for seven years now.   In South Africa, where I reside, the concept of service animals remains largely unknown and inaccessible, especially in underprivileged communities. Having experienced this, and noticing the urgent need to change this, a passion to establish a service dog empowerment programme under Holding Albus was born. Holding Albus is an initiative initially aimed at empowering persons with albinism, like me, but has now extended its reach to encompass all individuals facing disabilities.  
5/4/202411 minutes, 41 seconds
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Petrol Head Nico Smith

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
5/4/202422 minutes, 30 seconds
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JSB HEALTH: Is the Flu Vaccine critical to take during the Flu Season?

Is the Flu Vaccine critical to take during the Flu Season? GUEST: DANIEL KAPELUS - Geneticist & Vaccinologist at WITS Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Analytics (VIDA) Research Unit Daniel works alongside Prof Shabir Madhi who is internationally renowned for his research on clinical development of vaccines. Daniel is passionate about how vaccinations can save lives, and talks why South Africans need to take flu, and the flu vaccine, seriously.   Flu season usually runs between April and August. The respiratory illness is caused by the influenza virus and spreads through droplets in the air. This makes it very important to practice good hygiene and distancing to avoid getting sick. There is also the flu shot available at clinics and pharmacies.
5/4/20246 minutes, 46 seconds
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SPORT: Sundowns Coach Rulani Mokwena confident on delivering treble as Mamelodi Sundowns target another cup final

  The six-time winners of the lucrative cup competition won the DStv Premiership for a seventh successive time with six games to spare, with a 5-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs on Thursday night. Ferrari is understood to be working hard to secure Adrian Newey's services for when the outgoing Red Bull Formula 1 technical chief becomes available in early 2025. Newey will leave Red Bull in the first quarter of 2025 after nearly two decades with the team. GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Sportscaster Sundowns A win at the Danie Craven Stadium this weekend would also be some consolation for their recent semi-final exit from the Caf Champions League to Tunisian giants Esperance
5/4/202410 minutes, 35 seconds
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How a Northern Cape village turned an alien tree into superfood coffee

GUEST: BRANDT COETZEE - Managing Director Dune Foods / 0824959140 People wait to sell their seedpods to Brandt Coetzee, a 57-year-old Afrikaner who invented Manna Brew, a caffeine-free coffee substitute made from roasted beans. (Nick Dall/Al Jazeera) The "superfood espresso" made from the honey mesquite shrub not only offers health benefits, but also contributes to the eradication of an alien tree species. Brandt Coetzee, who invented Manna Brew, has employed 12 locals to clean, dry and package the pods, paying them each R300 per day
5/4/202410 minutes, 54 seconds
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Interview: Bassist Carlo Mombelli reunites with his band Prisoners of Strange   at the Irene Jazz Picnic Sunday 31 March at the Irene Country Club 12pm-6pm

GUEST: CARLO MOMBELLI - Bassist, Composer and the Head of Wits University's School of Music.  Interview: Bassist Carlo Mombelli reunites with his band Prisoners of Strange   at the Irene Jazz Picnic Sunday 31 March at the Irene Country Club 12pm-6pm    
4/26/202410 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview:Springboks Rugby World Cup glory relived in ‘Chasing the Sun 2’

GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Sportscaster Interview:Springboks Rugby World Cup glory relived in ‘Chasing the Sun 2’        
4/26/20249 minutes, 30 seconds
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Groundbreaking legal action launched to save endangered African penguins

GUEST: DR. ALISTAIR McINNES - Seabird Conservation Programme Manager at BirdLife South Africa Groundbreaking legal action launched to save endangered African penguins        
4/26/20249 minutes, 35 seconds
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Interview: Delicious Festival Trader Academy celebrates successful completion of first course at graduation of 50 SMMEs

 GUEST: JUDY NWOKEDI  - Gauteng Tourism Board Chairperson Interview: Delicious Festival Trader Academy celebrates successful completion of first course at graduation of 50 SMMEs  
4/26/20248 minutes, 40 seconds
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COMMUNITY: CAN BIG (Basic Income Grant) WORK?

CAN BIG (Basic Income Grant) WORK? A conversation about the feasibility and need of the basic income grant in South Africa. A conversation Featuring Wits University Public Economy Researcher Thokozile Madonko and Business Unity SA CEO Cas Coovadia. GUEST: HOODAH ABRAHAMS-FAYKER - National Advocacy Manager Black Sash www.blacksash.org.za GUEST: CAS COOVADIA - CEO Business Unity South Africa (BUSA)  
4/26/202416 minutes, 11 seconds
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LOVE AND FURY : A MEMOIR by Maggie Ford

WORD DOMINATION LOVE AND FURY : A MEMOIR by Maggie Ford GUEST: MAGGIE ORFORD - Author Love and Fury is the intimate account of the life, loves and furies of Margie Orford. In this brave memoir, the renowned South African crime writer divulges some of the harrowing experiences that have shaped her life and influenced her writing.   Through sexual assault, divorce, depression and personal loss, Orford illuminates the trauma she has navigated. Tender and courageous chapters vividly recall memories of what she has been through as a woman, mother, wife, feminist and ambitious writer.  
4/26/202415 minutes, 56 seconds
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House Of Sachane Presents Koketso Sachane With Nobuhle Ashanti. We reflect on storytelling and archiving our conversations and memoirs as a country with Koketso

House Of Sachane Presents Koketso Sachane With Nobuhle Ashanti. We reflect on storytelling and archiving our conversations and memoirs as a country with Koketso. GUEST: KOKETSO SACHANE - SAfm Broadcaster and Host of The Meeting Point  Wednesday & Thursday 8-10PM; Founder of the House of Sachane and Storyteller. GUEST: NOBUHLE ASHANTI - pianist, composer, arranger About to take a month long residency in Switzerland In another offering of music and conversations, House of Sachane presents celebrated pianist, composer, arranger and educator Nobuhe Ashanti, in conversation with broadcaster Koketso Sachane.   A Mzansi Jazz Award-winning and SAMA-nominated artist, Nobuhle is born from and nurtured by music and stories that runs through the veins and arteries of Cape Town, the city she calls home.   
4/26/20245 minutes, 53 seconds
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MycoSure – The Nature of Food Animal Free Protein

GUEST: CHARLES REED - Co-Founder and CEO MyCosure; multiple award winning Product builder, lecturer, speaker, innovator. (INSTUDIO) MycoSure – The Nature of Food Animal Free Protein www.mycosure.co.za https://mycosure.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Bio_Charles-Reed_Oct_2021_MycoSure.pdf MycoSure is an innovative African based biomanufacturing company that uses mycelium technology to create natural, bio-based products in response to some of our planet's biggest problem   We are a purpose orientated, bio-technology company on a quest to dramatically improve our food system using the power of mycelium. Our Products – We create next-generation food ingredients that are delicious, healthy, and climate-friendly. Our competitive advantage – We combine nature’s super ingredient with our scalable submerged fermentation platform
4/26/202410 minutes, 52 seconds
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Latitudes Online has partnered with the Salon Kewpie: The Legacy Project initiative to raise funds for The Legacy Ball.

Salon Kewpie, in collaboration with The District Six Museum and the GALA Queer Archive, has developed an educational programme that aims to upskill and empower gender non-conforming youth from areas intrinsically linked to the forced removals from District Six.   GUEST: CC MARTINEZ - Creative Director (They/Them) GUEST: HANEEM CHRISTIAN - Visual Artist (They/Them)   CC Martinez Performance Artist, Creative Director & Cultural Architect A self taught rogue artist who dove head first into the commercial dance industry, amassing a decade of hands-on experience, CC Martinez aka Cheshire Vineyard has become one of the most unique interdisciplinary performance artists and creative directors in the game. With a foundational 5 years experience as a founding member and company manager of one of South Africa’s most notorious commercial dance companies, Untimitive Dance Company, as well as touring the world as a close collaborator and mentee of the auteur FKA Twigs   Haneem Christian is a graduate of Gender Studies and Environmental and Geographical Sciences from the University of Cape Town. After graduating, Christian forged their way as a formidable Creative Director and Photographer, with a particular focus on representation within the Black and Brown LGBTQIA+ community.   Salon Kewpie: The Legacy Project initiative   Ten artists have donated work to raise funds for this initiative: Lionel Davis, Marsi van de Heuvel, Oliver Scarlin Chennells, Jody Brand, Haneem Christian, Stephané Conradie, Ben Orkin, Dominique Cheminais, Githan Coopoo and Nanna Venter.   The timed auction will be available on Latitudes Online from 17 - 26 April 2024.
4/26/202416 minutes, 49 seconds
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On until 5th of May 2024 the Luitingh Alexander Musical Theatre Academy (LAMTA) presents Spring Awakening.

On until 5th of May 2024 the Luitingh Alexander Musical Theatre Academy (LAMTA) presents Spring Awakening. GUEST: TUMELO MOGASHOA - Cast Member Spring Awakening The powerful rock musical that scooped eight Tony Awards in 2007 including Best Musical, is directed by award winning writer and actress Sylvaine Strike (Firefly, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Donkerbos, District 9,The Promise). The critically acclaimed, ground-breaking musical that is loosely set in 1895, has consistently pushed boundaries and captivated audiences with powerful storytelling, unforgettable music and thought-provoking themes that surround the trials and tribulations of growing up in the oppressive society of the day. Based on Frank Wedekind's controversial play.Please note that Spring Awakening contains mature themes, partial nudity, sexual situations as well as explicit language .No persons under 13. LAMTA is a Musical Theatre Academy, producing the stars of the future.Performance runs 140 minutes including a 20 minute interval
4/26/20249 minutes, 34 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS: Eskom’s Turnaround Strategy

Eskom’s Turnaround Strategy GUEST: CALIB CASSIM - Chief Financial Officer Eskom Data published by Eskom tracking the performance of its fleet for the first quarter of the year shows that while the group has improved breakdowns and slightly boosted energy supply, tanking demand has given South Africa some breathing room. Detailed analysis of Eskom’s data by independent energy analyst Pieter Jordaan shows that first quarter power demand in 2024 was 5.7% lower than the same period in the previous year, dropping from 25.95 to 24.47 GW/hr.   For the same period, power supply only increased by a marginal 0.4% from 23.24 GW/hr in 2023 to 23.33 GW/hr in 2024. Notably, Compared to 2023, power supply remained stagnant, posting near-identical output for 10 out of the first 13 weeks of the year.  
4/26/202412 minutes, 42 seconds
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This Week; Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Zizi Kodwa says the achievement of 30 years of freedom in South Africa belongs to each and every South African.

  The Minister was speaking during the National Dialogue on 30 Years of Democracy held at Freedom Park Heritage Site and Museum.   GUEST: DR. SITHEMBISO BHENGU - Director at Chris Hani Institute.
4/16/20249 minutes, 38 seconds
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British theoretical physicist Peter Ware Higgs, who first theorized the existence of the Higgs Boson, passed away at the age of 94 on the 8th of April.

    GUEST: PROF. BRUCE MELLADO - Full Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand, is the Director of the Institute for Collider Particle Physic
4/16/202410 minutes, 47 seconds
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Ford and Nelson Mandela Foundation in joint drive to build 100 ECD centres in poor communities

    GUEST: PROF. VERNE HARRIS - Acting CEO Nelson Mandela Foundation
4/16/20248 minutes, 27 seconds
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27 April marks 30 years of South African Democracy Is this where we thought we would be 30 years in?

      GUEST: PROF. SATHS COOPER
4/16/202418 minutes, 2 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION: Yesterday was NATIONAL SCRABBLE DAY

    GUEST: ANDREW GOLDBERG - ZA Scramble
4/16/20246 minutes, 47 seconds
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Dignity, sanitation for homeless in Cape Town; mobile showers and toilet facilities, called Nina Manzi, were designed specifically for use by homeless people.

  GUEST: PHUMELELE MUTHALI  - Business Development and Compliance (Viva con Agua)
4/16/20249 minutes, 15 seconds
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DR. WILHELM LICHTENBERG

4/16/202411 minutes, 1 second
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ANDREW FLOK

4/16/202413 minutes, 8 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

  The University of the Free State (UFS) to confer honorary degrees on Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and Prof Salim Abdool Karim     GUEST: PROF. SALIM ABDOOL KARIM
4/16/202410 minutes, 55 seconds
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Ford and Nelson Mandela Foundation in joint drive to build 100 ECD centres in poor communities

GUEST: PROF. VERNE HARRIS - Acting CEO Nelson Mandela Foundation Ford and Nelson Mandela Foundation in joint drive to build 100 ECD centres in poor communities    
4/16/20249 minutes, 36 seconds
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The University of the Free State (UFS) to confer honorary degrees on Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and Prof Salim Abdool Karim

GUEST: PROF. SALIM ABDOOL KARIM, Professor for Global Health in the Department of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University  The University of the Free State (UFS) to confer honorary degrees on Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and Prof Salim Abdool Karim            
4/16/202411 minutes, 24 seconds
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INTERVIEW : Iran Attacks Israel Developing Story

Iran Attacks Israel ...Developing Story Guest: ZEENAT ADAM - Deputy Executive Director Afro Middle East Centre  
4/16/20249 minutes, 37 seconds
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Dignity, sanitation for homeless in Cape Town; mobile showers and toilet facilities, called Nina Manzi, were designed specifically for use by homeless people.

GUEST: PHUMELELE MUTHALI  - Business Development and Compliance (Viva con Agua)    
4/16/202410 minutes, 33 seconds
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Interview:  Khaya Records Vinyl Store re-opens its doors in Hilton KZN

GUEST: PAUL BUTTERY - Founder Khaya Records  Interview:  Khaya Records Vinyl Store re-opens its doors in Hilton KZN    
4/16/20247 minutes, 35 seconds
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INTERVIEW: 30 years of democracy from the perspective of the youth and public political education

GUEST: MBALI NTULI - Founder of Groundwork Collective  INTERVIEW: 30 years of democracy from the perspective of the youth and public political education    
4/14/20246 minutes, 44 seconds
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INTERVIEW : A reflection on 30 years of democracy and how to build on the next 30 years

GUEST: DR. SITHEMBISO BHENGU - Director at Chris Hani Institute INTERVIEW : A reflection on 30 years of democracy and how to build on the next 30 years        
4/14/20249 minutes, 40 seconds
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13 April was National Scrabble Day

A new version of scrabble has been launched - Scrabble Together  GUEST: ANDREW GOLDBERG - Former President of Scrabble South Africa 
4/14/20246 minutes, 52 seconds
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The University of the Free State (UFS) to confer honorary degrees on Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and Prof Salim Abdool Karim

The University of the Free State (UFS) to confer honorary degrees on Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and Prof Salim Abdool Karim GUEST: PROF. SALIM ABDOOL KARIM Professor for Global Health in the Department of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University         
4/14/202411 minutes, 24 seconds
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Ford and Nelson Mandela Foundation in joint drive to build 100 ECD centres in poor communities

Ford and Nelson Mandela Foundation in joint drive to build 100 ECD centres in poor communities GUEST: PROF. VERNE HARRIS - Acting CEO Nelson Mandela Foundation                  
4/14/20249 minutes, 36 seconds
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Dignity, sanitation for homeless in Cape Town; mobile showers and toilet facilities, called Nina Manzi, were designed specifically for use by homeless people

GUEST: PHUMELELE MUTHALI  - Business Development and Compliance (Viva con Agua) Dignity, sanitation for homeless in Cape Town; mobile showers and toilet facilities, called Nina Manzi, were designed specifically for use by homeless people.  
4/14/202410 minutes, 33 seconds
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Iran Attacks Israel Developing Story

Iran Attacks Israel Developing Story  Guest: ZEENAT ADAM - Deputy Executive Director Afro Middle East Centre 
4/14/20249 minutes, 36 seconds
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Thoracic Surgery Foundation Every Heartbeat Matters (EHM) Award. This award recognises the work done by those who conduct humanitarian surgical outreach work in underserved regions with indigent populations around the world.

Wilhelm Lichtenberg, has won a Thoracic Surgery Foundation Every Heartbeat Matters (EHM) Award. This award recognises the work done by those who conduct humanitarian surgical outreach work in underserved regions with indigent populations around the world. Of the fourteen global awards given, Dr Lichtenberg is the only African recipient. GUEST: DR. WILHELM LICHTENBERG - Founder of Young Hearts Africa    
4/13/202411 minutes, 20 seconds
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This Wednesday Unisa conferred honorary doctorate on renowned South African artist Angus Van Zyl Taylor

GUEST: ANGUS VAN ZYL TAYLOR - Visual Artist This Wednesday Unisa conferred honorary doctorate on renowned South African artist Angus Van Zyl Taylor  
4/13/202412 minutes, 35 seconds
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Motoring with our Petrol Head

Guest: Petrol Head, Nico Smith
4/13/202429 minutes, 51 seconds
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Interview : Roadside coffee and cookies at Centurion intersection helps man feed family

GUEST: LEHUBEDU LEMO MOHLABE - Coffee Entrepreneur and Founder Coffee to Car  Interview : Roadside coffee and cookies at Centurion intersection helps man feed family  
4/13/20248 minutes, 31 seconds
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On April 8, 2024, British theoretical physicist Peter Ware Higgs, who first theorized the existence of the Higgs Boson, passed away at the age of 94. His passing was announced on April 10

GUEST: HARTMUT WINKLER - Professor of Physics, University of Johannesburg On April 8, 2024, British theoretical physicist Peter Ware Higgs, who first theorized the existence of the Higgs Boson, passed away at the age of 94. His passing was announced on April 10.        
4/13/202414 minutes, 35 seconds
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Interview: SABC’S biggest commercial radio station, METRO FM is launching the much-anticipated 2024 instalment of its flagship and music awards ceremony, the METRO FM Music Awards (MMA’s)

GUEST: KINA NHLENGETHWA - Business Manager Metro FM  Interview: SABC’S biggest commercial radio station, METRO FM is launching the much-anticipated 2024 instalment of its flagship and music awards ceremony, the METRO FM Music Awards (MMA’s).    
4/13/20244 minutes, 57 seconds
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The South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) is advocating for the One Health approach at the World Veterinary Association Congress

Guest: PAUL VAN DER MERWE - President of the South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) Interview: The South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) is advocating for the One Health approach at the World Veterinary Association Congress
4/13/202410 minutes, 5 seconds
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In the wake of another major fish kill in the Ohlanga River estuary in Durban, it is reported that a consultant for the UPL pesticides and agrochemicals group has confirmed that records of the company’s treated water discharges into the river have been altered substantially.

GUEST: DESMOND D’sa - Coordinator of the environmental justice organisation South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) Interview : In the wake of another major fish kill in the Ohlanga River estuary in Durban, it is reported that a consultant for the UPL pesticides and agrochemicals group has confirmed that records of the company’s treated water discharges into the river have been altered substantially.       
4/13/20247 minutes, 31 seconds
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Motoring With Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Sith
4/9/202429 minutes, 27 seconds
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Petro Connect is strategic partner to this program launched by UIF and Gauteng Provincial

4/9/20247 minutes, 13 seconds
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FoodBev Seta is one of the SETA partners to this newly launched progame

Guet: Pretty Ngwasheng, 
4/9/20246 minutes, 16 seconds
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It is said that DIY is not dead;  today is International DIY (Do it Yourself) Day. In this era of convenience; when was the last time you took on tasks in your home yourself?

It is said that DIY is not dead;  today is International DIY (Do it Yourself) Day. In this era of convenience; when was the last time you took on tasks in your home yourself?   GUEST: TERENA LE ROUX - Ideas Magazine Editor  
4/9/20248 minutes, 3 seconds
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Corruption Watch forward to a changed landscape 30 years into SA’s democracy

GUEST: MELUSI NCALA - Senior Researcher at Corruption Watch  Take us through the highlights of your 12th annual corruption report and why the them "changing the landscape" ? What are the predominant types of corruption in South Africa, and have these evolved over the 30 year period of democracy? In 2023 you made strides in regional and international collaborations and engagement including hosting the Africa Regional Meeting of Transparency International? How can the environment be improved for the safety and protection of whistleblowers
4/9/20246 minutes, 24 seconds
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JSB ARTS: Visual Radio Plays at The Centre for the Less Good Idea, James has produced an original radio drama script titled eMalahleni which examines the lives of those working in the artisanal mining sector as coal miners.

Visual Radio Plays at The Centre for the Less Good Idea, James has produced an original radio drama script titled eMalahleni which examines the lives of those working in the artisanal mining sector as coal miners.   The performance debuts at The Centre for the Less Good Idea 7 tonight at Arts on Main Fox Street Maboneng   GUEST: QONDISWA JAMES - Award-winning writer, theatre-maker, performance artist, film and theatre performer, arts facilitator, and activist. / 079 012 0645 WWW.LESSGOODIDEA.COM 
4/9/20247 minutes, 35 seconds
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OB:Gauteng Provincial Department alongside Department of Employment and Labour and UIF Launching 55 labour activation programmes in the during this morning’s briefing.

GUEST: TEBOHO MARUPING - UIF (Unemployment Insurance Fund) The UIF is also one of the leading participants during this morning's launch of the 55 labour activation programmes in the Gauteng province. The launch forms part of a national effort that will see the creation of thousands of sustainable job opportunities across different industries and sectors of the country, in an effort to address the high rate of unemployment, and stimulate economic growth.   The Minister of Employment and Labour, MR THULAS NXESI in partnership with Gauteng Premier MR PANYAZA LESUFI will also join the conversation during this morning’s Jetset Breakfast Broadcast at the Nasrec Expo. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM CALL The Toll Free No: 0860 101 018      Commissioner
4/9/20248 minutes, 27 seconds
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Why do approximately 70% - 80% of small businesses fail within five years? Why are certain entrepreneurs more successful than others?

GUEST: TEBOGO KHAAS - Founder SMME Forum Why do approximately 70% - 80% of small businesses fail within five years? Why are certain entrepreneurs more successful than others?    
3/31/202436 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Freedom Charter Exhibition opened at Constitution Hill on Human Rights day earlier this month. Paying homage to the visionary leaders that were part of the charge towards democracy

GUEST: NAVAN CHETTY - Artist  The Freedom Charter Exhibition opened at Constitution Hill on Human Rights day earlier this month. Paying homage to the visionary leaders that were part of the charge towards democracy.        
3/31/20249 minutes, 57 seconds
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Women’s Rights in 2024: Have we really moved as far as we should have as women? Can we confidently say we have gender parity, equal pay and equal rights?

GUEST: NONTOBEKO GCABASHE - Programme Manager at Afesis-Corplan Women’s Rights in 2024: Have we really moved as far as we should have as women? Can we confidently say we have gender parity, equal pay and equal rights? Nontobeko Gcabashe wrote a thought piece reflecting on the 30 years of South African democracy and where we are today.    
3/31/202416 minutes, 55 seconds
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Life After amputation, what is the support required to look forward to life again?

GUEST: SELLO MANTSHO - Director and CEO Kadi Amputee Family Centre 
3/31/20246 minutes, 31 seconds
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Access to TB diagnostics

3/30/20247 minutes, 30 seconds
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Legendary dining experience comes to Joburg

3/30/20248 minutes, 30 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
3/30/202422 minutes, 12 seconds
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Why do we fail to adhere to the much reiterated message of "Don't drink and drive"

3/30/20247 minutes, 49 seconds
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SAMRO: 33 Million distribution of digital royalties

Guest: Karabo Sena, GM for Sales and Licensing at SAMRO
3/30/20248 minutes, 30 seconds
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F1: Sebastian Vettel to return to F1 with intentions to join Mercedes

Guest: Thanduxolo, SABC Sportcaster
3/30/202412 minutes, 20 seconds
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How the IEC will be assisting people with challenges to reach voting stations

Guest: IEC Commission Chairperson, Mosuthu Moepya How the IEC will assist people with challenges to reach voting stations
3/30/20246 minutes, 31 seconds
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Virtual Reality Documentary (uMfula)

Virtual Reality Documentary (uMfulo)
3/30/20246 minutes, 53 seconds
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Political theorist Achille Mbembe named 2024 Holberg Prize Laureate

GUEST: ACHILLE MBEMBE - Historian, Political Philosopher Political theorist Achille Mbembe named 2024 Holberg Prize Laureate    
3/26/202416 minutes, 20 seconds
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Interview : Joburg Ballet's Scar/City. Joburg Ballet is a full-time, professional ballet company, resident at Joburg Theatre in the heart of Johannesburg

GUEST: ELROY FILLIS-BELL - CEO Joburg Ballet Interview : Joburg Ballet's Scar/City. Joburg Ballet is a full-time, professional ballet company, resident at Joburg Theatre in the heart of Johannesburg Scar/city, a trio of works showcasing one SA premiere and two world premieres in a programme that explores concepts of scarcity, absence     
3/26/202412 minutes, 5 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
3/26/202427 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview: Undersea cable outages : The Ship Fixing our Internet

GUEST: JESS AUERBACH JAHAJEEAH - Associate Professor at Graduate School of Business University of Cape Town (writing a book about Africa's Infrastructure) Interview: Undersea cable outages : The Ship Fixing our Internet Major undersea cable outages disrupt internet services across South Africa, leading to massive disruptions and delayed repairs.  
3/26/202416 minutes, 20 seconds
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Guest Presenter with MARIANNE THAMM - Journalist, Author, Associate Editor Daily Maverick, Comedy Scriptwriter is our guest presenter this week, she will be on stage for a performance titled “A Round of Applause, South Africa's still standing”

GUEST: MARIANNE THAMM - Journalist, Author GUEST: DR PATRICIA WATSON - Chief Director of Social Cohesion and Partnership Education  GUEST: YANDISWA MAZWANA - Founder of Masi Creative Hub  INTERVIEW : MARIANNE THAMM - Journalist, Author, Associate Editor Daily Maverick, Comedy Scriptwriter is our guest presenter this week, she will be on stage for a performance titled “A Round of Applause, South Africa's still standing”.    
3/20/202436 minutes, 50 seconds
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TIME OF THE WRITER FESTIVAL hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal

GUEST: ISMAIL MAHOMED - Director of the Centre for Creative Arts.  GUEST: PROF ZAKES MDA - Author TIME OF THE WRITER FESTIVAL hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal    
3/20/202413 minutes, 25 seconds
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Word Domination : Book of the Week

GUEST: IVAN VLADISLAVIC The Near North is a vivid account of life in Johannesburg in times of crisis. From the stony ridges of Langermann Kop in Kensington to the tree-lined avenues of Houghton Word Domination : Book of the Week       
3/20/202416 minutes, 40 seconds
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Heatwave in South Africa; It's not over yet !

GUEST: PROF. GUY MIDGLEY - Climate Change Researcher, Acting Director of the School for Climate Studies Heatwave in South Africa; It's not over yet !    
3/20/202412 minutes, 30 seconds
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“It’s the month of SGB elections – make your vote count” by Paul Esterhuizen, CEO of School-Days appeared on the George Herald

GUEST: PAUL ESTERHUIZEN - CEO School Days  “It’s the month of SGB elections – make your vote count” by Paul Esterhuizen, CEO of School-Days appeared on the George Herald    
3/20/202414 minutes, 45 seconds
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Public Private Partnership for the annual Book Ibhoni Tour De Libraries book donation drive

GUEST: GIFT XABA - Senior Associate - Pro Bono and Human Rights Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc  GUEST: MPUMELELO MTINTSO - Founder Book ibhoni  Public Private Partnership for the annual Book Ibhoni Tour De Libraries book donation drive  
3/20/202416 minutes, 40 seconds
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Interview : What are the Pillars of Monozukuri (Japanese craftsmanship) in all things whisky and food

GUEST: MAPULA HADEBE - Senior Marketing Manager Beam Suntory South Africa  Interview : What are the Pillars of Monozukuri (Japanese craftsmanship) in all things whisky and food.    
3/19/20248 minutes, 35 seconds
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Interview: The Human Rights Festival at Constitution Hill is back 21 - 24 March 2024

GUEST: REUBEN PHASHA - Head: Heritage Education and Public Programs Constitution Hill  Interview: The Human Rights Festival at Constitution Hill is back 21 - 24 March 2024    
3/19/202411 minutes, 20 seconds
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Interview: Capital Arts Fair Tshwane [CAFT) is taking place in at Menlyn Maine, Pretoria from 5 to 7 April 2

GUEST: THOBILE DLAMINI - Capital Arts Fair Tshwane (CAFT) Marketing Manager  Interview: Capital Arts Fair Tshwane [CAFT) is taking place in at Menlyn Maine, Pretoria from 5 to 7 April 2        
3/19/202410 minutes, 20 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head MOTORING WITH NICO SMIT
3/19/202422 minutes
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Interview: What is an Eco-Friendly Death?

GUEST: DION CHANG - Founder and CEO Flux Trends Interview: What is an Eco-Friendly Death? Alternatives to burial and cremation are gradually increasing in popularity, the drivers being the desire to have an eco-friendly death and the shortage of burial land.       
3/19/202414 minutes, 50 seconds
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Interview: ARTIST KARABO POPPY PARTNERS WITH LALIGA & EA SPORTS™ IN MURALS THAT CELEBRATE SA’s FOOTBALL ROOTS

  GUEST: KARABO POPPY - Visual Artist Interview: ARTIST KARABO POPPY PARTNERS WITH LALIGA & EA SPORTS™ IN MURALS THAT CELEBRATE SA’s FOOTBALL ROOTS          
3/19/20248 minutes, 5 seconds
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Interview : Boks  Succession Plan

GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Sportscaster Interview : Boks  Succession Plan   Bok brain drain will be felt in 2024 despite succession planning Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber.
3/19/202412 minutes
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Interview: Why are we experiencing Flu symptoms in Summer

GUEST: DR. MARLIN MCKAY -General Practitioner  Interview: Why are we experiencing Flu symptoms in Summer    
3/19/20249 minutes, 25 seconds
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Drones deliver predator bugs for sustainable pest control at Vergelegen Wine Estate

GUEST: RUAN ERASMUS - FieldBUGS technical support specialist Drones deliver predator bugs for sustainable pest control at Vergelegen Wine Estate    
3/19/202410 minutes, 35 seconds
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Interview: My Body My Space : Public Arts Festival is said to include a shift to  human rights, rural inclusion and the environment; 11 - 15 March 2024 Emakhazeni Municipality in rural Mpumalanga

GUEST: PJ SABBAGHA - Founder of My Body My Space : Public Arts Festival; Choreographer, Education Officer.  Interview: My Body My Space : Public Arts Festival is said to include a shift to  human rights, rural inclusion and the environment; 11 - 15 March 2024 Emakhazeni Municipality in rural Mpumalanga    
3/14/20249 minutes, 30 seconds
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Interview : I AM FIT FEST: Fostering Entrepreneurial Wellbeing Through Fitness to debut at Bantu Kraal Johannesburg

GUEST: SIBABALWE MARKEN - Fit Fest Organiser & Managing Director at PRESSHUB Digital. Interview : I AM FIT FEST: Fostering Entrepreneurial Wellbeing Through Fitness to debut at Bantu Kraal Johannesburg    
3/14/20246 minutes, 38 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smith

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
3/14/202429 minutes, 36 seconds
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Interview : TWYG is collaborating with other partners to run 2 free courses that seek to promote sustainability in fashion; Sustainable and Digital Fashion & Wellbeing Economy and Fashion

GUEST: JACKIE MAY - Cotton Researcher; Founder and Editor in Chief of @twygmag Interview : TWYG is collaborating with other partners to run 2 free courses that seek to promote sustainability in fashion; Sustainable and Digital Fashion & Wellbeing Economy and Fashion    
3/14/202412 minutes, 43 seconds
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Interview : Change Ideas – a free, public resource to advocate for better public policies was launched this week at the Greatmore Humanities Hub in the Western Cape

GUEST : DAVID HARRISON - DG Murray Trust’s  Change Ideas  Interview : Change Ideas – a free, public resource to advocate for better public policies was launched this week at the Greatmore Humanities Hub in the Western Cape      
3/14/20246 minutes, 24 seconds
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Interview: The sixth edition of the Joburg Film Festival, took place recently, highlighting films by both local and international filmmakers.

Interview: The sixth edition of the Joburg Film Festival, took place recently, highlighting films by both local and international filmmakers.  GUEST: JACINTA DE NOBREGA -“London Recruits” producer GUEST: NTOKOZO MLABA  -Winner of the 2024 YOUNG VOICES film competition
3/14/20245 minutes, 18 seconds
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Interview:   A documentary film highlights dwindling practice of traditional midwifery

GUEST: PROF. SIONA O’CONNELL - based in the University of Pretoria’s School of the Arts and is a founding member of the Critical African Studies project at UP (CAST UP). Interview:   A documentary film highlights dwindling practice of traditional midwifery  
3/14/202411 minutes, 41 seconds
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Fetola responds to 2024’s Budget delivered by Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana this week, reflecting on key messages

GUEST: CATHERINE WINJBERG - CEO of Fetola  Fetola responds to 2024’s Budget delivered by Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana this week, reflecting on key messages      
3/1/202419 minutes, 15 seconds
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2030 insight ending avoidable sight loss

2030 insight ending avoidable sight loss GUEST: THOBEKA MTHETHWA - KZN Coordinator for The South African National Council for the Blind GUEST: LEWIS NZIMANDE - National Executive Director The South African National Council for the Blind       d
3/1/202416 minutes, 5 seconds
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Performance Management – has anything really changed?

GUEST: LINDIWE SEBESHO - past SARA (South African Reward Association)  President and a Master Reward Specialist.  Performance Management – has anything really changed?                               
3/1/202413 minutes, 15 seconds
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INTERVIEW Sacred Heart College’s Drama Department presents “Matric Original Productions Fest” written and directed by the students

INTERVIEW Sacred Heart College’s Drama Department presents “Matric Original Productions Fest” written and directed by the students Friday March 1st 6pm at Sacred Heart in Observatory  Voicenote ROSLYN WOOD-MORRIS - Theatre and Drama Educator at Sacred Heart college GUEST: KIANGA VAN OERLE - Grade 12 student and co-writer and director of “Unspoken”  GUEST: ELIAS GAVRIEL - Grade 12 student and co-writer and director "Severance"  GUEST: NYASHA  JAKA - Grade 12 student and co-writer and director "Unforgivable"   
3/1/202419 minutes, 35 seconds
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There is a project called “Solutions for the platteland. Saving South Africa”.

There is a project called “Solutions for the platteland. Saving South Africa”. Organised by farming magazine Landbou Weekblad, the gathering brought together 77 initiatives from across the country  - from church organisations to farming associations, from civic groupings to community organisations   GUEST: MTHUNZI NTUTELA - Farmer /  Wool Farmer  GUEST: STEPHAN HERBST - Tidy Towns, Kwazulu-Natal South Coast GUEST: JUDY STEWART - Future Farmers GUEST: ANDRE VAN PLETZEN - Ignite & Revive Kroonsta
3/1/202410 minutes, 25 seconds
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HEALA (Healthy Living Alliance)  is deeply disappointed with Finance Minister Enoch Gondwana’s failure to announce an increase of  the Health Promotion Levy.

GUEST: ZUKISWA ZIMELA - Communications Manager HEALA  HEALA (Healthy Living Alliance)  is deeply disappointed with Finance Minister Enoch Gondwana’s failure to announce an increase of  the Health Promotion Levy.         
3/1/202413 minutes
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The 2024 season of RMB Starlight Classics opens with the first of this year’s outdoor concerts, hosted on 1 and 2 March at Vergelegen Wine Farm in Somerset West

GUEST: DARREN HAYWARD - Musical Director  The 2024 season of RMB Starlight Classics opens with the first of this year’s outdoor concerts, hosted on 1 and 2 March at Vergelegen Wine Farm in Somerset West.  
2/24/20246 minutes, 40 seconds
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Formula 1 Update & Lewis Hamilton

GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Senior Sport Broadcaster Formula 1 Update & Lewis Hamilton 
2/24/202421 minutes, 30 seconds
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GallivantingSA has launched a new App which they will showcase at the Caravan SA Show 23-25 February 2024.

GUEST: SANDY MORTON - Co-Founder Gallivanting SA App GallivantingSA has launched a new App which they will showcase at the Caravan SA Show 23-25 February 2024.   
2/24/20244 minutes, 55 seconds
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Using an e-sim while travelling outside of ZA

GUEST: SIBUSISO MKHWANAZI - Travel Writer  What is an e-sim? It is a digital Sim card that you download as an app. You no longer need to buy a physical Sim card when you travel, to stay connected.
2/24/20247 minutes, 20 seconds
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Fashion and Lifestyle brand GALXBOY, has announced its official retail debut in Joburg North after extending its reach across the country over the past year.

GUEST: THATISO DUBE - Founder GALXBOY Fashion and Lifestyle brand GALXBOY, has announced its official retail debut in Joburg North after extending its reach across the country over the past year.
2/24/20249 minutes, 55 seconds
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5 Reasons Why Good Coffee Equals Good Business By Iain Evans

GUEST: IAIN EVANS - Publisher of Coffee magazine and Hostex Ambassador 5 Reasons Why Good Coffee Equals Good Business By Iain Evans    
2/24/20247 minutes
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#JSB Motoring with Petrol head

Nico Smith, Petrol Head
2/24/202421 minutes, 50 seconds
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The SAPI (The SA Psychoanalytic Initiative ) Conversation Series

The SAPI (The SA Psychoanalytic Initiative ) Conversation Series A Conversation Between Political Satirist And Cartoonist Zapiro And Psychoanalyst Mark Solms GUEST: JONATHAN SHAPIRO/ ZAPIRO - GUEST: JONATHAN PERCALE - Clinical Psychologist part of The South African Psychoanalytic Initiative    The South African Psychoanalytic Initiative was established in 2005 in order to contribute to the long tradition of psychoanalysis in South Africa. It is an active organization which supports the development of psychoanalytic psychotherapists and psychoanalysts in South Africa. An essential part of SAPI is to create cultural and political dialogues. The idea in these dialogues is aimed at sharing with a wider audience how psychoanalytic thought can intersect with different disciplines as a way of exploring and understanding our social and political context. Over the past years, we have had public discussions with William Kentridge, Haroun Gunn Sallie, as well as other theatre eventsand art exhibitions.   
2/17/202415 minutes, 40 seconds
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Travel the World through Food

GUEST: FREDDIE DIAS - Head Chef at Sejour https://sejour.co.za Chef Freddie Dias’ new venture, located within Johannesburg’s Houghton Hotel. A visit to Séjour is a culinary milestone you’ll want to experience again and again. It’s the amalgamation of Freddie’s culinary journey. Innovative tastes from around the world, with no two dishes alike.      
2/17/202411 minutes, 20 seconds
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Today is World Pangolin Day

Today is World Pangolin Day; It is said that despite recent strides, pangolins remain the world's most trafficked mammal, facing relentless threats from poaching and habitat loss. GUEST: DR. MARK OFUA - Pangolin Conservationist and Wild Africa Fund ambassador
2/17/202415 minutes, 25 seconds
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RUSSIA : Alexey Navalny, Russian opposition leader, dies in Arctic jail

RUSSIA : Alexey Navalny, Russian opposition leader, dies in Arctic jail Navalny dies in Russian prison after walk, says prison service Opposition leader said to have lost consciousness President Putin informed of death of his main domestic critic Supporters say Navalny was murdered, cannot confirm death Western officials laud Navalny, condemn Putin GUEST: AMBASSADOR DR. KINGSLEY MAKHUBELA - Risk Analyst at RiskRecon, Former Diplomat. ON STANDBY GUEST : DENIS KRIVOSHEEV - Deputy Director of Amnesty International for Eastern Europe and Central Asia Amnesty International
2/17/202416 minutes, 40 seconds
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Patrick Bongoy turns trash into art in his latest exhibition. Bongoy's latest exhibition, "Ebbing," at the Spier Wine Farm from February 12 to May 12, 2024

Patrick Bongoy turns trash into art in his latest exhibition. Bongoy's latest exhibition, "Ebbing," at the Spier Wine Farm from February 12 to May 12, 2024 GUEST: PATRICK BONGOY - Visual Artist “My work speaks in response to the global reality of literal and figurative environmental pollution”.   A unique perspective on our planet's dilemma and the potential for positive change. Artists like Patrick Bongoy, through their transformative work, not only address pressing issues of waste and pollution but also redefine the role of art in promoting sustainability. By repurposing discarded materials, these artists bring attention to the urgency of environmental challenges while showcasing innovative solutions.
2/17/20247 minutes, 55 seconds
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TRAVEL: A LOOK INTO SPORT TOURISM and how South Africa shows up

GUEST: SIBUSISO MKHWANAZI - Travel Writer A Look into different regions around the country Sport tourism is a segment of the tourism industry which is growing rapidly. In South Africa it is slowly being recognized as an important niche market within the tourism sector. In order to capitalize on the country's recent sporting successes, South Africa Sports Tourism (SAST) was launched by the government in 1997   Sport has a very significant role in South African culture. The three most popular mainstream sports in the country -The Big Three — cricket, football and rugby.                      
2/17/20248 minutes, 35 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
2/17/202422 minutes, 15 seconds
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TOPIC The Power of Regret

09:00 – NEWSGUEST: Niven Postma – Managing Director of Niven Postma Inc and works as a leadership, culture and strategy facilitator -    2 guests: -    Motseki Majake – CEO of New Life era insurance -    Tanja de Ruig – Architect Stuur Groete and Mannetjies Roux – Refentse and Laurika Rauch. Storyteller.Human Potential Igniter.Leadership Partner. Niven is a pioneering, hands on, creative and experienced leader who has an unshaken belief in human potential, a singular ability to connect with all manner of people and a healthy, often irreverent, sense of humour. I am South African by birth, African by choice and global in outlook and impact. Although I love hitting the open road (preferably in a campervan) and hiking to – and through – mountains, my passion is partnering with leaders to (re)ignite the discretionary energy of people and teams, build an enabling culture and develop meaningful strategies with clients in diverse industries. Songs 3 songs: Pachelbel – Canon,   It’s Raining Men – The Weather Girls        
2/15/202444 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Jacana Literary Foundation (JLF) is awarded a $35 000 grant from US-based Hawthornden Foundation

GUEST Shay Heydenrych works as a Director, Commercial at Jacana Media, PLOT; The day that Brian, a musician from the West Rand in Johannesburg, walked through our front door was a day like every other publishing day in this town. Except, of course, that once Brian, in his burgundy zoot suit, accessorised with a dicky bow and a pair of smoky fashion glasses, took out a tiny speaker from his pocket, cleared his throat and composed himself to sing something he’d written over the Covid period on Jacana Media and the power of reading African books, we knew that 31 August 2023 would be a day unlike any other publishing day. Brian’s visit was auspicious.  
2/15/202411 minutes, 6 seconds
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TOPIC: Health and Wellness ; What To Know About Ozempic: The Diabetes Drug Becomes A Viral Weight Loss Hit

Newtricion Wellness Dieticians is a network of dieticians in practice for 13 years. These dieticians provide their services and draw on the pooled resources of Newtricion Wellness to provide the best service to you. We are a team of 8 passionate dieticians based throughout the country for your convenience. Obesity is a complicated public health issue that can be devastating on both the societal and the individual level. On one hand, it costs our economy millions and is a strain on our under-resourced health system. On the other hand, it is a psychological and physical burden to those who are acutely affected – individuals who inevitably face stigma at every turn, with undeserved overlays of blame and shame. It’s long been known that exercise doesn’t help most people lose weight. So why should anyone trying to shed pounds still keep exercising? New research has the answer. A study published in the journal Nature Metabolism found that people who combine exercise with dieting can double the metabolic health benefits of their weight loss. The study found that men and women with obesity and prediabetes who worked out while dieting improved their insulin sensitivity twice as much as people who only dieted, even though everyone lost comparable amounts of weight. GUEST Omy Naidoo - Head Dietician - Newtricion Wellness  
2/15/202410 minutes, 25 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS: MARVES STAPLES- YOU ARE NOT ALONE

GUEST: Raymond Perrier -Director Dennis Hurley Denis Hurley Centre calls for support on its anniversary The Denis Hurley Centre (DHC) Annual General Meeting, stakeholder report-back and commemorative prayers will be on Saturday.            
2/15/202412 minutes, 33 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADERS STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS: Historic Pietermaritzburg Schools Merge to Form Riverwood College

GUEST Riverwood Headmaster, Anton Immelman PLOT:  Last weekend was the grand opening of Riverwood College, with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque and the first ringing of the college’s bell.Three historic city schools  Voortrekker High School, Gert Maritz Primary and Siembamba Pre-Primary — have started this year as the merged Riverwood College. This follows the Department of Basic Education giving its approval for the merger last August and a closing ceremony for Voortrekker High School in October.              
2/15/202412 minutes, 47 seconds
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THE JOBURG FILM FESTIVAL UNVEILS EXCITING LINEUP FOR 2024 EDITION

Guest: Tim Mangwedi, JFF Executive Director Guest: Joy Mawela, Producer of the movie Blurred Lines /  CEO of Tshimolohong Guest: Meg Rickards, Director of the movie Snake ABSA GROUP JOINS THE FESTIVAL AS KEY PARTNER  FILM FEST TICKETS GO ON SALE THIS WEEK Johannesburg, South Africa – With less than a month to go to the 2024 edition of the Joburg Film Festival, the organizers together with partner MultiChoice are thrilled to announce its highly anticipated lineup of over 60 titles for the 2024 edition.Showcasing a diverse range of compelling films from both local and international filmmakers, set against the vibrant backdrop of Johannesburg, this year's festival promises to captivate audiences with its dynamic selection of cinematic gems including some of the finest films from over 30 countries.From thought-provoking documentaries to gripping dramas and inspiring narratives, the Joburg Film Fest is proud to present an array of films that celebrate the power of storytelling and the diversity of human experience. Kicking off on Tuesday, 27th February 2023 and runs until Sunday, 3rd March 2023 at various locations across Joburg.Among the standout selections featured in this year's lineup are:PERFECT DAYS - this 2024 Oscar Best International Feature finalist tells the story of a Hirayama, a toilet cleaner in Tokyo. He seems content with his simple life. He follows a structured everyday life and dedicates his free time to his passion for music and books. Hirayama also has a fondness for trees and photographs them. More of his past is gradually revealed through a series of unexpected encounters. A meditative portrait with an incredible soundtrack as only Director Wim Wenders can portray, a poignant follow up to his well-known incredible documentaries, Bueno Vista Social Club and Pina.
2/15/202414 minutes, 56 seconds
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Grammys: The Winners, Losers and Scandals

Miley Cyrus, Victoria Monet, Tyla and Boygenius were among the several women who won their first Grammys on Sunday On Sunday night, the Grammy Awards culminated, predictably enough, in adding to Taylor Swift’s growing list of chart records and industry milestones. Previously, she was the fourth artist in Grammy history to win Album of the Year three times (for 2008’s Fearless, 2014’s 1989, and 2020’s Folklore), alongside Paul Simon, Frank Sinatra, and Stevie Wonder. Now, after taking another Album of the Year for Midnights, she is the only artist in history to win music’s most coveted award four times.  Earlier in her career, Swift had been skewered for seeming surprised to win awards so often that naysayers thought it was insincere. However, her surprise at the Album of the Year win on Sunday appeared to be legit. She used her acceptance speech for Best Pop Vocal Album to reveal that she’s releasing a new album, The Tortured Poet’s Department, in April (she did the same thing at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards to announce Midnights). Swift wasn’t the only artist who used their Grammys platform to plug new music. Minutes after Kacey Musgraves presented the Best Country Album, CBS aired a commercial featuring a snippet of a new Musgraves song, singing the words “My Saturn has returned,” to announce her forthcoming fifth album. SZA also premiered a new song, called “Saturn,” as part of a 3-minute Mastercard commercial. Earlier in the day, Midnights producer Jack Antonoff made history of his own. He became the second person to win Producer of the Year, Non-Classical three times in a row, matching Babyface’s run from 1996 to 1998. Del Rey was also up for three awards, including Album of the Year, and lost all of them, bringing her Grammy career total to 11 nominations and zero wins. When Celine Dion, making a rare public appearance since being diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder in 2022, announced the Album of the Year. Swift, who excitedly sang along with Dion’s hit “The Power of Love” while the Canadian diva took the stage, didn’t visibly acknowledge the presenter when accepting the award, stirring online outrage that Swift had “snubbed” Dion. Later in the night, a photo of Swift and Dion smiling together was posted online, prompting accusations of calculated damage control.  After her win was announced, Swift insisted on bringing her friend Lana Del Rey, another Album of the Year nominee and the only guest artist on Midnights, up to the stage. As Swift made her speech, Del Rey stood quietly off to the side, while Swift showered her with compliments during her speech. “Lana Del Rey, who is hiding, but I think so many female artists would not be where they are and would not have the inspiration they have if it weren’t for the work she’s done,” Swift said. “I think she’s a legacy artist, a legend in her prime right now, I’m so lucky to be your friend.”
2/15/20247 minutes, 21 seconds
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Makhelwane festival is an immersive, community-based celebration that is deeply entrenched in the rich cultural tapestry of Soweto

Guest: Sfiso Dlangamandla  Makhelwane festival is an immersive, community-based celebration that is deeply entrenched in the rich cultural tapestry of Soweto. The festival now in its 9th year  draws inspiration from the age-old tradition of ubuntu/botho, embodying the spirit of communal unity and shared experiences.    
2/15/20246 minutes, 31 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol head
2/15/202424 minutes, 12 seconds
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Suing Madonna – what event organisers should know about event liability insurance.

Guest : Melita Thurling, She is the head of liability and special risks When it comes to public events, everything does not always run smoothly. No matter how well planned and executed, a public event can be easily derailed by bad weather, negligence, breach of contract or a host of other factors that may be beyond the control of the event organiser. Even mega-celebrities are not immune to suffering glitches during their live performance. Pop icon Madonna was recently forced to start one of her shows late due to a technical issue during soundcheck. While a late start could understandably irk fans, the two-hour delay to the show in Brooklyn, New York, in December, saw two irate fans instituting a class action lawsuit against the singer and concert organisers. “Whether the lawsuit succeeds or not is a legal question that will be answered in court. However, if it does succeed, the event’s organisers will not be covered by their event liability insurance policy,” says Melita Thurling, Head of Liability and Special Risks, at iTOO Special Risks.
2/15/20248 minutes, 16 seconds
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Survival miners, often called ‘Illegal’ miners, or Zama Zamas, dominated the headlines in South Africa recently

GUEST: David Van Wyk - Independent Research Professional. Bench Marks Foundation The recent attention on survival miners, known as 'Illegal' miners or Zama Zamas, in South Africa has been marked by tragic events such as a gas explosion in an abandoned Harmony mine shaft in Virginia, deployment of 6,000 SANDF soldiers in November, and gun battles between syndicates around Riverlea. Politicians are scapegoating these miners ahead of the 2024 elections, but the Bench Marks Foundation is delving deeper into the issue. The Foundation's report explores the roots of survival mining, tracing it back to the old migrant labor system and the decline in demand for labor in the mining sector. Many survival miners come from underdeveloped labor-sending areas, where the social fabric has been impacted. The South African government's failure to hold mining companies accountable and provide licensing for survival miners exacerbates the problem.
2/15/20249 minutes, 2 seconds
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Bafana Bafana will battle another opponent they have played and beaten recently when they take on the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the Afcon bronze medal match on Saturday.

Bafana Bafana will battle another opponent they have played and beaten recently when they take on the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the Afcon bronze medal match on Saturday. Bafana beat the DRC 1-0 in a friendly match at Orlando Stadium in Soweto in September last year. At the time of their previous meeting, both teams had already secured their place at the Afcon in Ivory Coast and used the friendly as preparations for the start of the qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup that kicked off in November. During the Afcon group stage, Bafana had another rematch against two teams—Morocco and Namibia—who they both defeated. They were held to a goalless draw by Namibia in Orlando Stadium in September last year, three days before they welcomed the Democratic Republic of Congo and beat them at the Soweto venue. At the Afcon, Bafana were in the same group as Namibia and crushed them 4-0 before beating Morocco 2-0 in the last 16 round. This is why Bafana feel they may have the upper hand against the DRC. Bafana and the Leopards will be determined to sign off in style at Felix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan after they were both beaten in the semifinals. Bafana lost a penalty shootout 4-2 against Nigeria after a 1-1 draw with the Super Eagles, while the DRC were beaten 1-0 by the host county, Ivory Coast. Since Bafana were crowned African champions in 1996, South Africa lost their status as one of the feared teams on the continent. On the other hand, the Democratic Republic of Congo were one of the early powerhouses on the continent in the 1960s and 1970s. They won their first Afcon title in 1968 and then again, as Zaire, in 1974, the year they became the first sub-Saharan African side to play at the World Cup.    
2/15/20248 minutes, 12 seconds
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CONSERVATION: Amadiba Crisis Committee 2024-02-05: Dealing with a flood of garbage on the Wild Coast

Amadiba Crisis Committee 2024-02-05: Dealing with a flood of garbage on the Wild Coast Guest: Nonhle Mbuthuma  - Madiba crissi mangeent Over hundred villagers on the Amadiba coast in Mbizana have picked piles of garbage on the Wild Coast during the past ten days. Hundreds of bags have been filled with plastic, bottles and filth on the shores. We covered 25km of the coast, from Mtentu to Sigidi villages. We found plenty of medical waste on the beaches. Hospitals or clinics must be dumping expired medicines in the wrong places. We have never before seen sealed medication bottles on our coast. Such waste doesn’t come from villages and towns We have reported to the councillors. The Winnie Madikizela Mandela Local Municipality is aware of the situation. The community has put in our best effort to clean the whole coast of the WMM Local Municipality. But the danger is still there. The garbage has not yet been collected to dumping sites. All rivers that come from afar – Mzamba, Mnyameni and Mtentu – are filled with garbage floating down to the ocean. Villagers have been picking garbage for kilometres along the rivers. This situation is a danger to our children. They might open and eat medicines or be cut by broken bottles. The coast is a ‘Marine Protected Area’ and the garbage flood threatens marine life. It is even a danger to our livestock. 15 years ago, waste picking on the Wild Coast was organised by the Department of Environment. Then came ‘business opportunities’ and the tender system. On top of that we now have ‘austerity’ and the budget cuts. The rivers and the Wild Coast are polluted because waste management in towns and townships have collapsed. The government has failed dismally. Climate change with heavy rains and floods then do the rest.  Austerity must stop and the tender system must be scrapped. As Amadiba Crisis Committee we are organising to fight a flood of garbage floating to the coast. But we are not alone in Amadiba. Municipalities fail to do the very least expected of local government. They focus on promoting mining and ‘smart cities’ to “attract investment”. Who is going to invest in places where the local government cannot do the basics? Civil society and companies have taken municipalities to court for the failure to serve their citizens, placing municipalities under administration. As ACC, we wonder if we must go down the same route, given the pollution of our rivers and coast as well as the terrible state of our roads. We call upon the Premier of Eastern Cape, Oscar Mabuyane, to lift his eyes from his beloved national mega projects and focus on the local,
2/15/20249 minutes, 57 seconds
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Motoring Petrol Head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
2/6/202418 minutes, 32 seconds
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SA youth not apathetic but no longer believe elections are best path to change GUEST: Mbali Ntuli (35), CEO and founder of the Ground Work Collective, a community development initiative. One of the organisation’s focus areas is encouraging democratic participation. Instudio “Young people… are very political in some cases, [just] not party political. We have protests every single day, but you also see a lot of young people getting involved in communities, doing community work… where they feel t

GUEST: Mbali Ntuli (35), CEO and founder of the Ground Work Collective, a community development initiative. One of the organisation’s focus areas is encouraging democratic participation. Instudio “Young people… are very political in some cases, [just] not party political. We have protests every single day, but you also see a lot of young people getting involved in communities, doing community work… where they feel that they have some sort of agency and power,” Your average ‘Gen Z-er’ has few memories of a politically functional South Africa — if any. It’s no wonder that this demographic has little taste for party politics and elections. However, it would be a mistake to assume that this makes them apathetic about the future of this country.
2/6/202417 minutes, 32 seconds
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Second edition of Hospitality Confidence Index highlights a thriving tourism sector in Africa

GUEST: Magret Peters, Event manager at dmg events – In the run-up to the seventh edition of the Hotel & Hospitality Expo Africa in June, the African Hospitality Confidence Index 2024 shares top insights into the trends shaping the continent’s hospitality sector.   “The latest Confidence Index paints a vivid picture of a vibrant, positive industry in which the majority, at 80%, of hotel, bar and restaurant operators, along with industry suppliers are looking to the future with growing confidence and optimism,” says Margaret Peters, Event Manager for Hotel & Hospitality Expo Africa at dmg events South Africa.      
2/6/20247 minutes, 49 seconds
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South Africa’s Tourism rising momentum continues

GUEST: Patricia Dellile – Minister of Tourism The recent official release of international arrival figures by Statistics South Africa for January to December 2023 underscores the rising momentum of South Africa's tourism sector. International tourist arrivals from January to December 2023 totalled 8.5 million, representing a remarkable 48.9% increase when compared with same period in 2022.  
2/6/202412 minutes, 24 seconds
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Interview:  The Africa Cup of Nations Update

GUEST:  Thandu Xolo Mjima Contact : Bafana : Bafana continue Afcon giant killing act as they maul Morocco to reach the last eight ●       Bafana Bafana beat Morocco 2-0 to advance to the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations.  ●       Goals from Evidence Makgopa and Teboho Mokoena gave Bafana the victory to set up a last-eight clash with Cape Verde on Saturday.  ●       Hugo Broos's men showed grit and determination to knock out the highest-ranked team on the continent. A lad from Ga-Mampa, in rural Limpopo, beat a Moroccan defence of players plying their trade for some of the best clubs in Europe to send Bafana Bafana to the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) on Tuesday at the expense of the No. 1 ranked team in the continent.               
2/6/20246 minutes, 26 seconds
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INNOVATION ON National Beer Day in South Africa is set for 3rd February 2024, marking the eighth year of celebrating beer culture.

GUEST :  Dean Smorenburg, the CEO of Maltento, a local Black Soldier fly farm / fly factory in Cape Town, which is celebrating National Beer Day by announcing the fact that they are recycling spent-grain from local breweries as feed for their Black Soldier Flies, which eat and process 400 000 tonnes of agro-processing waste sustainably.          
2/6/202410 minutes, 34 seconds
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Interview: WHAT MAKES AN ALBUM TO BE A CLASSIC?

GUEST: DR. SHELDON LEAL - Doctor of Music & Director of Culture at Southdowns College
2/2/202411 minutes, 34 seconds
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Interview : OSCARS NOMINATIONS OUT

The nominations for the 2024 Oscars were announced this week with "Oppenheimer" leading the pack with 13 nods followed by "Poor Things" with 11. GUEST : THINUS FERREIRA - TV and Film writer and journalist 
2/2/20247 minutes, 26 seconds
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Interview: 4 DAY WEEK UPDATE

GUEST: KAREN LOWE - director of 4 Day Week SA The 4 Day Week SA Coalition is an alliance between the 4 Day Week SA non-profit company and a growing base of member organisations interested in supporting the idea of the 4 Day Week, as part of the future of work in South Africa.
2/2/20247 minutes, 12 seconds
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Motoring Nico Smith

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol head
2/2/202428 minutes, 43 seconds
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Interview: PETS IN THE WORKPLACE

CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONARY AND PET FOOD GIANT MARS has pet-friendly offices around the world. GUEST: SURAYA HAMDULAY - Director Corporate Affairs: Southern Africa
2/2/20248 minutes, 7 seconds
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Interview:  The Africa Cup of Nations Update

GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Senior Sport Broadcaster SHOULD A SOCCER COACH HAVE PLAYING EXPERIENCE in order to coach?          
2/2/20249 minutes, 25 seconds
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Interview: ICJ (The International Court of Justice ) orders Israel take measures to prevent acts of genocide in Gaza

GUEST BOND YONKA - Attorney  Interview: ICJ (The International Court of Justice ) orders Israel take measures to prevent acts of genocide in Gaza    
2/2/202411 minutes, 29 seconds
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Interview:  Africa’s largest vulture relocation marks a conservation milestone

GUEST: DR JOHAN JOUBERT - Vet and Head of Wildlife at Shamwari The first phase of a project to secure the future of wild vulture populations in southern  Africa has been successfully completed with 160 Cape and African White-backed vultures settled into their new home at Shamwari Private Game Reserve.
2/2/202411 minutes, 2 seconds
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Jozi My Jozi galvanizing all communities to create the difference

Guest: Bae Swanepoel - Acting CEO Jozi my Jozi Guest: Leona Pienaar - CEO MES (Mould Employer Serve) Changing the heart of the city  Guest: Melusi Mhlungu - Founder We Are Bizarre  
1/23/202446 minutes, 30 seconds
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Scholarship student shares his journey : Thomas Madidimalo

Guest: Thomas Madidimalo  - St Stithians Boys College 
1/23/202410 minutes, 29 seconds
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Book of the wee: The Ghost of Sam Webster by Craig Higginson

Guest: Craig Higginson - Author "The Ghost of Sa Webster"
1/23/202415 minutes, 14 seconds
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Redhill School celebrates success with best-ever matric results for the class of 2023

Guest: Joseph Gerassi - Executive Head Redhill school 
1/23/20249 minutes, 29 seconds
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How to get young people involved in politics as we approach the voting season

Guest: Ayanda Sishi Wigzell - Independent Journalist and political and social commentator 
1/23/202417 minutes, 27 seconds
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Hope for ICT as 2023 matrics improve maths and science marks

Guest: Hendrick Makaneta - Education Activist
1/23/20241 minute, 3 seconds
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AFCON UPDATE

GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Senior Sport Broadcaster AFCON review after one round - Are we shaping up for a shock winner? play. Ed Dove, Special to ESPN Jan 18 With every team having played once at the Africa Cup of Nations, ESPN's Ed Dove reviews the big talking points -- and the stuff you might have missed -- from the tournament so far. There are no small teams anymore Already, in recent Nations Cups tournaments, we've seen some of the continent's lesser lights become more adept at thwarting the traditional heavyweights on neutral ground.  
1/22/202410 minutes, 20 seconds
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A Cape Town based duo came up with an idea to turn kitchen cloths into Braaibroekies a moment inspired during a Braa

A Cape Town based duo came up with an idea to turn kitchen cloths into Braaibroekies a moment inspired during a Braai. GUEST: NATASHA LIDDIARD - Co-Owner Braaibroekies https://braaibroekies.co.za All Braaibroekies are made from 100% cotton dishcloths, locally sourced, locally produced! #stoepwear Original Braaibroekie Keep your bum warm, and your hands clean! - 100% cotton dishcloth - Proudly South African - Locally produced -   Lekker -     -   A company called "Braai Broekies" has made uniquely South African shorts that you can wear around the braai and "wipe your hands on your pants, guilt-free"!        
1/22/20246 minutes, 35 seconds
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Agricultures musical talent celebrating 10 years of of the Agri’s Got Talent Show

Agricultures musical talent celebrating 10 years of of the Agri’s Got Talent Show GUEST: ANTON RABE - Hortgro’s Executive Director GUEST: JASON BAARTMAN -Rapper & Nursery ProductionManager   was one of those perfectly wind still clement Paarl evenings with a tangible excitement in the air. It was the annual Agri’s Got Talent (AGT) taking place at the Paarl Taalmonument amphitheatre. Instead of the traditional annual competition, the evening was a celebratory Reunion Show featuring most of the top performers of the previous nine years. With the stage set, lights and microphones tested, the Western Cape’s most talented farm workers took to the stage to share their gift of singing to an audience of almost 1000 people! The idea came to Anton Rabe, Hortgro's executive director, ten years ago when he was thinking to himself...there's Idols, America's Got Talent...why not celebrate our local agricultural talent with Agri's Got Talent? “Agriculture isn’t just about food and wine, it’s about our people,” says Rabe. "Our agricultural workers have so much more to offer than just the work they do on the farms or warehouses. They are amazingly talented people. “The initiative started out small,” reminisces Rabe, “But within a few years, AGT, as it is known today, grew into the most exciting entertainment project in Agriculture," shares Rabe. In celebration of the ten-year milestone, previous years' top ten participants as well as some of the previous years’ winners came together for an agricultural music spectacular in the winelands. The music and voice coaching for the competition and the concert has been overseen by the famous artist, Frieda van den Heever, for the past ten years. AGT is more than just a singing competition. There is also a strong focus on life skills development. Over the years, top ten contestants have achieved amazing milestones. Ayabonga Mboho, the first winner of AGT, was initially a seasonal worker. Since he won AGT, he has been invited to sing overseas three times and today he teaches music at a school in Paarl. Victor Fredericks, who was in the top ten in 2018, has already published two books. Jason Baartman, a rapper, took second place in 2017. Starting his career as a general worker, today Baartman is a production manager and responsible for as many as 50 workers in the nursery, and in harvest time about ten picking teams under him. Baartman is also part of the ATKV-Crescendo project and has performed at the Woordfees. Beyond personal milestones, AGT participants give back to their communities. Newfound confidence, skills and knowledge are shared with families, colleagues and the community. They become ambassadors for agriculture. This spillover effect builds much-needed relationships that promote social cohesion and community development, and make agriculture a proud sector to work in. [email protected] / www.agrisgottalent.com  
1/22/20249 minutes, 20 seconds
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Recycling

1/22/20247 minutes, 16 seconds
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Motoring With Nico Smith

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
1/22/202426 minutes, 16 seconds
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WEBSITE COOKIES

Today, we're exploring the digital landscape with Toby Shapshak. He's here to uncover the mysteries of website cookies. But the real question is: should we accept them without hesitation? GUEST: TOBY SHAPSHAK - Editor and Publisher Today, we have a fascinating journey into the digital realm with none other than Toby Shapshak, editor in chief of Stuff and a Forbes US senior contributor specializing in technology and innovation for 25 years. He's here to unravel the mysteries behind those virtual crumbs we encounter every time we surf the web – yes, we're talking about website cookies. But hold on, should we be accepting them without a second thought?   Toby Shapshak has been writing and speaking about technology and innovation for 25 years. His TED Global talk on innovation in Africa has over 1,5-million views - about which he has written for Forbes, CNN, Quartz, and The Guardian in London. He was named in GQ's top 30 men in media and the Mail & Guardian newspaper's influential young South Africans. GQ said he "has become the most high-profile technology journalist in the country". As a young reporter, he shadowed then-president Nelson Mandela. His is also the executive director of Scrolla.Africa, a brand new media platform built for mobile, and is a columnist for the Financial Mail.   Are these cookies just innocent crumbs or something more sinister? Toby will break it down for us, revealing the hidden tactics websites employ to sweet-talk us into accepting their terms. Stick around, as we explore the pros and cons of embracing these digital delights.        
1/22/202412 minutes, 24 seconds
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JSB HEALTH: The state of Air Pollution in Gauteng

The state of Air Pollution in Gauteng GUEST: QUENTIN HURT - Managing Director at Skyside   -          Today we interview Quentin Hurt the managing director at Skyside.  He joins us to shed a light on the high levels of air pollution in and around Gauteng.   Guest: Quentin Hurt Quentin studied Chemical Engineering.  His Master’s thesis in water treatment techniques and enthusiastic supervisors led to a deep interest in industrial environmental issues. This led to the establishment of a business in environmental testing and ultimately a specialisation in air quality issues.  His work involves understanding the issues at play in specific air pollution situations and then working with companies, community and government to monitor the situation with the intention of reducing the risk to people.  He has worked in the field for 30 years and his projects, while focussed in southern Africa have taken him throughout Africa, to Canada, the US, Europe and Eastern Europe.  He continues to find it a complex field and is very interested in the opportunities that citizen science and the use of new technologies bring to allowing people to manage and understand their personal exposure and control of the air they breathe.
1/22/20249 minutes, 16 seconds
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Jet Set Breakfast Sessions

Award-winning international guitarist commissions custom instrument made in South Africa GUEST: MATTHEW RICE - Co-Owner, Designer, Inlay Specialist, Luthier Casimi Guitars GUEST: MICHAEL WATTS- Award Winning Guitarist Casimi guitars, made in Cape Town by a duo with an international reputation as two of the greatest guitar makers of their generation, are highly sought after by collectors – particularly in the USA, Europe and Asia – for the beautiful sound they produce. Creating a mere six instruments a year, Matthew Rice and Matthias Roux unite the disciplines of design, music and craftsmanship with the aim of taking handcrafted acoustic guitars to a new level. Their pieces are so popular that Casimi can only take on their next commission in 2026.
1/22/20248 minutes, 7 seconds
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Tribute to Dr Peter Magubane

Guest: Percy Mabandu - Art Market Consultant and founder of Dashiki Dialogues 
1/17/20246 minutes, 5 seconds
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Funeral Service for Dr Peter Magubane

Guest: Dr John Kani - Playwright patron of the Market Theater 
1/17/20246 minutes, 43 seconds
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KZN iLEMBE book festival

Guest: Dudu Busani-Dube - Author and iLemebe Book Festival co-organizer 
1/17/202410 minutes, 32 seconds
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Talking the 2024 school year

Guest: Ari Katz - Boston Online Home Education 
1/17/202416 minutes, 33 seconds
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ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the annual January 8 statement at Mbombela scandium

Guest: Ntsikelelo Breakfast - Heads the Center for Security,Peace and Conflict Resolution at Nelson Mandela University 
1/17/202411 minutes, 14 seconds
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Navigating family finances

Guest: Paulvia Shiburi - founder of PS Debt Management 
1/17/202418 minutes, 15 seconds
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Ammara Brown learned to play imbira and piano at 9 years old

Guest: Ammara Brown - Singer and Songwriter 
1/17/202410 minutes, 31 seconds
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The curated section ALT makes its debut at the Cape Town International Center 16-18 Feb 2024

Guest: Anelisa Mangcu - Gallery Owner and Curator 
1/17/20246 minutes, 29 seconds
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South Africa's best burger

Guest: Nick Harmman - Content Creator & 5fm presenter 
1/17/20248 minutes, 37 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit
1/17/202421 minutes, 26 seconds
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International Court of Justice case against Israel that took place this week

Guest: Bond Nyoka - Attorney 
1/17/202411 minutes, 37 seconds
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Travel News with Sibusiso Mkhwanazi

Guest: Sibusiso Mkhwanazi - Travel Writer 
1/17/20247 minutes, 57 seconds
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Spousal Mourning violates women's rights to gender equality

Guest: Sibusiso Ngubane - Legal Scholar at UWC (University of Western Cape 
1/17/202416 minutes, 14 seconds
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This week in Africa with James Hall

Guest: James Hall 
1/17/20243 minutes, 27 seconds
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How to make your moves as an Entrepreneur

Guest: Allon Raiz - CEO Raizcorp 
1/10/202436 minutes, 37 seconds
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Aladdin is on stage till 14th January at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theater in Durban

Guest: Rory Booth - Plays the part of Genie in Aladdin - Film and TV writer, Actor and Singer-Songwriter 
1/10/20246 minutes, 2 seconds
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Inquest into Cardock Four reopened

Guest: Lukhanyo Calata - Journalist and Son to Fort Calata   
1/10/202414 minutes, 44 seconds
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Eskom ends grid access for Karpowership

Guest: Liz McDaid - Center for Environment Rights 
1/10/202413 minutes, 22 seconds
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Cape Town Firefighters have been battling another blaze in Simon's Town

Guest: Clair Lotter - CEO of Volunteer Wildlife Services 
1/10/20248 minutes, 12 seconds
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SABC Education: Know your world

What is the name of the tallest statue in Africa?
1/8/20245 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Market Photo Workshop in Newtown

Guest: Khona Dlamini - Programs Manager Market Photoworkshop 
1/8/20247 minutes, 28 seconds
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Career Growth

Guest: Vumi Msweli - CEO of Hased Consulting 
1/8/202417 minutes, 25 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit 
1/8/202429 minutes, 24 seconds
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The biggest travel trends to expect in 2024

Guest: Sibusiso Mkhwanazi - Travel Writer 
1/8/202414 minutes, 15 seconds
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How to start running

Guest: Siya Mashele - Personal Trainer 
1/8/202410 minutes, 26 seconds
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This Week in Africa with James Hall

Guest:  James Hall
1/8/20243 minutes, 11 seconds
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Detox diet to flush out toxins from your body

Guest: Dr. Leila Sadien - Medical Doctor, Intuitive healer and shamanic medicine woman 
1/8/202412 minutes, 47 seconds
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Home of Hope for Girls

Guest: Gift Ntshangase - Secretary of Board at the organization. www.HOMEOFHOPEFORGIRLS.ORG.ZA 
12/28/20239 minutes, 43 seconds
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Gift of the Givers

Guest: Ali Sablay - Spokesperson of Gift of the Givers 
12/28/202310 minutes, 21 seconds
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Books that stood out in 2023 what are those books for you?

Guest Dr. Nokuthula Mazibuko - Msimang University of Pretoria based research and writer of children's books and historical visitors 
12/28/202315 minutes, 50 seconds
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Harties vs The Hyacinth - The toxic dangers lurking under cover of an invasive weed

Guest: Benoit Le Roy - CEO South African Water Chamber 
12/28/202314 minutes, 53 seconds
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Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT)

Guest: Zaheer Khan
12/28/20239 minutes, 46 seconds
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Junior Achievement Africa in partnership with Google's charitable arm and Z Zurich Foundation, have launched JA Career Connect

Guest:Bernadette Bule - Marketing & Communications Manger - JA South Africa 
12/28/202310 minutes, 52 seconds
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Funeral of Zahara

12/27/20234 minutes, 30 seconds
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Safe Driving

Guest: Mokebe Thulo - Head of Brand at Aware.org
12/27/202319 minutes, 25 seconds
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Motoring with Carol Mogoerane

Guest: Carol Mogoerane 
12/27/202316 minutes, 13 seconds
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Resorts as an option for holiday season

Guest: Sibusiso Mkhwanazi - Travel Writer 
12/27/202317 minutes, 22 seconds
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Joburg Festival of Lights

Guest: Lindiwe Lekasapa - Event Producer 
12/27/20239 minutes, 40 seconds
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This Week in Africa with James Hall

Guest: James Hall 
12/27/20233 minutes, 6 seconds
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Environmental Education and Public Awareness Network Launched in Durban

Guest: Luci Coehlo - Environmentalist 
12/27/202311 minutes, 40 seconds
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Books that become Best Sellers on the South African Authors list

12/19/202310 minutes, 20 seconds
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How do we think about the future? - Futurist and Scenario Planner

Guest: Graeme Codrington - Futurist and Scenario planned, Specializing in the future of work.
12/19/202329 minutes, 39 seconds
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Word Domination

Guest: Dr. Saths Cooper - President Pan-African Psychology Union (PAPU), Robben Island Museum Chair 
12/19/202313 minutes, 4 seconds
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16 year old Iminathi Dondolo is crowned Miss Teenager South Africa

Gues: Imnathi Dondolo - Miss Teenager South Africa 
12/19/20238 minutes, 33 seconds
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Top Trends Likely to impact the education sector in 2024

Guest: Paul Esterhuizen - Founder of MySchool and CEO of School-Days 
12/19/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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Earthlife Africa and SAFCEI (South African Faith Communities Environment Institute)

Guest: Thabo Sibeko - Earthlife Africa
12/19/20238 minutes, 9 seconds
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Omens of Gratitude - Art Exhibition, Musical Performance and Lecture by pianist Nduduzo Makhathini and Greatjoy Ndlovu

Guest: Nduduzo Makhathini Guest: Greatjoy Ndlovu
12/19/202321 minutes, 35 seconds
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The Meal of Reconciliation will be held at the Denis Hurley Center in Durban

Guest: Raymond Perrie - Director Denis Hurley Center 
12/19/20238 minutes, 44 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit 
12/19/202324 minutes, 20 seconds
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The Tears Animal Rescue has announced it will be temporarily closing its Kannel

Guest: Lara Van Rensburg - TEARS head of Marketing and Fundraising 
12/19/20236 minutes, 12 seconds
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#YearOnTikTok - A Celebration of Community

Guest: Bianca Sibiya - Head of Content Operations for Sub Saharan Africa 
12/19/20235 minutes, 16 seconds
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Stellenbosch University Speech therapist overcomes mental health challenges

Guest: Firdous Sulaiman - Speech Therapist 
12/19/202310 minutes, 17 seconds
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Township Sports Games

Guest: Thanduxolo Mxoli - SABC Sportscaster 
12/19/20239 minutes, 38 seconds
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Solar Boat Race

Guest: Damain Mooney - Engineer at Nelson Mandela University in South Africa 
12/19/20238 minutes, 42 seconds
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Illegal poaching and animal trade

Guest: Rachel Ikemeh - Wildlife Conservationist in Nigeria 
12/19/202311 minutes, 8 seconds
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What does food security mean?

Guest: Ozzy Nel - COO SA Harvest 
12/13/202311 minutes, 30 seconds
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Food Security for Children

Guest: Kurt Ackerman - CEO of the SA Urban Food & Farming Trust
12/13/202314 minutes, 25 seconds
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Standard Bank Young Artist of the year

12/12/202336 minutes, 44 seconds
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Mhare "Women of towering strength" by Prudence Sithole

Guest: Chiedza Chagutah - Senior Manager: Program Development & Knowledge Management
12/12/20236 minutes, 51 seconds
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Holiday Swindler: Priority Escape Case

Guest: Barry Bateman - AfriForum's Private Prosecution Unit
12/12/202310 minutes, 2 seconds
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Anniversary of Maseru Massacre at Freedom Park

Guest: Jane Mufamadi - Freedom Park CEO
12/12/202310 minutes, 17 seconds
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South African Water Chamber

Guuest: Benoit Le Roy - South African Water Chamber CEO 
12/12/202321 minutes, 36 seconds
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Oasis Haven

12/12/20239 minutes, 48 seconds
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Top Reads for the holiday

Guest: Griffin Sheer
12/4/202310 minutes
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Wolds oldest dog

12/4/20237 minutes, 53 seconds
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COP28

Guest: Brandon Abdelnour 
12/4/202310 minutes, 23 seconds
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Amapiano

12/4/202310 minutes, 9 seconds
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Africa Price for Engineering Innovation shortlisted 16 innovators

Guest: Alice Radley
12/4/202312 minutes, 54 seconds
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Olive oil prices going up

12/4/20235 minutes, 27 seconds
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Year end Burn Out

12/4/202311 minutes, 2 seconds
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Conspiracy Theory - NASA Planes flying around Western Cape

Guest: Prof Adam Wilson
12/4/20239 minutes, 35 seconds
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All things automotive

Guest: Nico Smit 
12/4/202319 minutes, 36 seconds
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Shot'Left - Limpopo

12/4/20238 minutes, 42 seconds
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Cape Town Arts Festival

Guest: Yusuf Ganief
12/4/202310 minutes, 37 seconds
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Top sporting Moment of the year

Guest: Thando Xolo
12/4/20237 minutes, 59 seconds
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This Week from the past

Guest: James Hall
12/4/20233 minutes, 21 seconds
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Conservation and Nature : SA ranked 20th with endangered species

Guest: Tim Neary - Conservationist    
12/4/202313 minutes, 58 seconds
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Refilwe Ledwaba

Guest: Refilwe Ledwaba - Social Entrepreneur and a qualified pilot 
11/28/202341 minutes, 45 seconds
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Rassie: Stories of Life and Rugby by Rassie Erasmus with David O'Sullivan

Guest: David O'Sullivan - Broadcaster & Book Co-Author 
11/28/202321 minutes, 10 seconds
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Water Harvesting

Guest: Prof. Innocent Pikirayi - University of Pretoria Department of Anthropology, Archaeology and Development Studies 
11/28/20237 minutes, 24 seconds
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The most awarded metric student at Spark High - Refiloe Tlhale

Guest: Refiloe Tlhale - Grade 12 student 
11/28/20237 minutes, 17 seconds
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Classified - New Netflix Series by Kagiso Lediga

Guest: Kagiso Lediga - Executive Director for Classified  Guest: Paballo Khoza - Actor on Classified 
11/28/202314 minutes, 43 seconds
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Dr. Kingsley Makhubela

Guest: Dr. Kingsley Makhubela
11/28/202313 minutes, 36 seconds
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iSchoolAfrica skills Deaf Students with App Development studies

Guest: Michelle Lissoos - Head of iStore Education and iSchoolAfrica 
11/28/20239 minutes, 25 seconds
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Creating an Altenative Food System

Guest: Courtney Atkinson: Host of the Constantia Food Club 
11/20/20237 minutes, 49 seconds
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Motoring with Carol Mogoerane

Guest: Specialist in Technical Trainer Daimler Trucks 
11/20/202318 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nakhane

Guest: Nakhane: Singer Songwriter 
11/20/20238 minutes, 16 seconds
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Spinners Music Curator - Ready D

Guest: Ready D - Spinners Music Curato
11/20/20238 minutes, 5 seconds
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Lalamani is getting booked at Birthday Parties

Guest: Lalamani Lally Kutam - Tik Tok Influencer 
11/20/20236 minutes, 7 seconds
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Skhotane

Guest: Armstrong Themba Sosibo - Dancer,Member of Skhotane Culture 
11/20/202311 minutes, 40 seconds
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Estimated of 3398 SA's 23000 public schools still use pit latrines

Guest: Andiswa Anele Xaba - Public Relations Brand Manager for Domestos 
11/20/20238 minutes, 10 seconds
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Voter Registration Weekend

Guest: Jenet Love - Commissioner at the IEC
11/20/202311 minutes, 33 seconds
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Be Bare Life - SA Leading plastic-free and suitable beauty brand leading the charge in eco-friendly cosmetics

Guest: Robert Blonski - Be Bare Life Co-Founder
11/20/202313 minutes, 2 seconds
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Cartoonist - Zapiro

Guest: Jonathan Shapiro - Cartoonist
11/20/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Lessons from Travelling the African Continent

Guest: Popi Sibiya - Traveler 
11/20/202312 minutes, 3 seconds
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Miss Eco Teen International - Enhle Mdakane

Guest: Enhle Mdakane - Miss Eco Teen International
11/20/20236 minutes, 22 seconds
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#JournalismAI

Guest: Tshepo Tshabalala - Manager and Team Lead at #JournalismAI Guest: Ron Nixon - Vice President, News and Head of Investigations
11/20/202310 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Third Annual Shelter Indaba will be taking place 21-22 November

Guest: Zubeda Dangor - National Shelter Movement of South Africa Head of this Executive 
11/20/202311 minutes, 2 seconds
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Body Moves 2023 - Celebrating Dance in its Most Inclusive Form

Guest: Phyllis Klotz - Co-founder and Artistic Director Sibikwa Arts 
11/20/202312 minutes, 41 seconds
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"That's What She Said" Film

Guest: Tracy Going - Former Broadcaster, Film Producer and Author of "Brutal Legacy" Guest: Lesedi Job - Film Producer  Guest: Natasha Sutherland - Film Director 
11/20/202339 minutes, 19 seconds
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Book - Global Africa - Profiles in Courage, Creativity and Cruelty is a book by Professor Adekeye Adebajo

Guest: Prof Adekeye Adebajo - Author and Senior Researcher fellow at the University of Pretoria Center for the Advancement of Scholarship (CAS)
11/13/202313 minutes, 51 seconds
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Heidi Brower

Guest: Heidi Brower - Marketing Expert  
11/13/20237 minutes, 32 seconds
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Diversity and Ecosystem services of Bats in apple farms in Free State

Guest: Alexandra Howard - Doctoral Candidate Agriculture Conservation University of the free state 
11/13/20237 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Jet Set Breakfast - Reading Culture

Guest: Brutus Malada - Social Commentator and Writer 
11/13/20237 minutes, 24 seconds
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SA will miss its binding 2030 carbon Emission Targets under the Paris climate agreement

Guest: Alex Leferna - Secretary of the Climate Justice Coalition 
11/13/202315 minutes, 55 seconds
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The Jet Set Breakfast - ADV SIPHO MANTULA

Guest: Adv Sipho Mantula - Human Rights Lawyer and Researcher : Thabo Mbeki African School on Public and International Affairs - UNISA
11/13/202314 minutes, 43 seconds
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Tamara Dey

Guest: Tamara Dey 
11/12/202311 minutes, 52 seconds
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Bee & Bee - Winners of the Gold Loerie

Guest: Kyle Schoeman - Executive Creative director at Grid Worldwide  Guest: Alex Farnell - General manager, sales and marketing at Inverroche 
11/12/202318 minutes, 17 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit
11/12/202317 minutes, 38 seconds
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Burnt out? Why Sleep Matters

Guest: Dr Allison Bentley - Restonic Sleep Expert 
11/12/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Cricket World Cup

Guest: Aslam Khota - Cricket Analyst 
11/12/20239 minutes, 52 seconds
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A mystery disease hit SA pine trees 40 years ago

Guest: Dr Andi Wilson - Postdoctoral Researcher Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute 
11/12/20239 minutes, 33 seconds
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Buy your first home part 2

Guest: Zamantungwa Khumalo 
11/6/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Book by Zamantungwa Khumalo - Buy your First Home

Guest: Zamantungwa Khumalo - Property Entreprenueur and Author "Buy your first home"
11/6/202319 minutes, 15 seconds
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Loeries creative future scholarships calls on matriculants to apply

Guest: Preetesh Sewraj - CEO of the Loeries 
11/6/20237 minutes, 14 seconds
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4 Books to get for Christmas Gifts

Guest: Dr Nokuthula Mazibuko - Msimang: University of Pretoria based researcher and writer of children's books and historical novels.
11/6/20239 minutes, 9 seconds
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Miss Teen Earth 2023 - Chloe-Jade Christian

Guest:  Chloe-Jade Christian 
11/6/202311 minutes, 37 seconds
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Impact Catalyst and partners strike balance between championing sustainable development goals and uplifting South Africa's undeserved communities

Guest: Charl Harding - Impact Catalyst Chief Executive Officer 
11/6/20236 minutes, 39 seconds
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United States won't lower its AGOA human rights standards

Guest: Sarah Smit - Journalist Mail and Guardian 
11/6/20236 minutes, 39 seconds
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Mastering Digital Deluge

Guest: Atelisha Harilal - Stadio's Head of Student Recruitment 
11/6/202316 minutes, 42 seconds
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Photographer storyteller

11/6/20238 minutes, 12 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit 
11/6/202325 minutes, 5 seconds
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Terminally ill patients need more than prayers from spiritual leaders

Guest: Dr Mpho Ratshikana-Moloko - Lead researcher at Center for Palliative Care in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Wits University 
11/6/202310 minutes, 50 seconds
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Jackie Job will be performing at the Artscape Arena Theater in Cape Town from 29 Nov to 2 Dec

Guest: Jacki Job - Dancer and Choreographer 
11/6/202315 minutes, 13 seconds
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GUEST PRESENTER

GUEST: PROF. THABO DITSELE - Sociolinguist, Linguistic Anthropologist, Associate Professor of Sociolinguistics at Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria. Storyteller & Globe-trotter  GUEST: PROF. RAJEND MESTHRIE - Research Chair in Linguistics within the University of Cape Town’s English Department GUEST: DR. YANGA MAJOLA - Tshwane University of Technology lecturer at the Department of Applied Languages
10/30/202341 minutes, 42 seconds
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INTERVIEW: WORLD DOMINATION

GUEST: SYLVAINE STRIKE – Director The Promise                        
10/30/202316 minutes, 30 seconds
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RUGBY WORLD CUP COVERAGE

GUEST: THANDUXOLO MXOLI - SABC Senior Rugby Analyst                  
10/30/202314 minutes, 33 seconds
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INTERVIEW: SCIENCE - THE QUEST FOR IMMORTALITY

GUEST: DR. DANIEL HART - Postdoctoral Fellow University of Pretoria Department of Zoology and Entomology in the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences.
10/30/202310 minutes, 38 seconds
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SAMA awards said to go on despite KZN setback, this will be the 29th showcase of the ceremony

GUEST: LESLEY MOFOKENG - Spokesperson SA Music Awards                  
10/30/20237 minutes, 53 seconds
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BREATH OF FRESH AIR (BOFA)

INTERVIEW: BREATH OF FRESH AIR (BOFA)   GUEST: CHICHI MOSHOKOA - 16 years Grade 11 Scholar INTERVIEW:THOUGHT LEADERS    
10/30/20239 minutes, 34 seconds
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INTERVIEW: THOUGHT LEADER Loeries Hall of Fame Tribute to Yizo Yizo and Shaka iLembe Filmmaker TEBOHO MAHLATSI

Loeries Hall of Fame Tribute to Yizo Yizo and Shaka iLembe Filmmaker TEBOHO MAHLATSI GUEST: ANGUS GIBSON - Founding Member Free Filmmakers, Filmmaker, Producer.      
10/30/202312 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Thing with Zola is a novel by Zibu Sithole

Guest: Zibu Sithole - Author 
10/24/202312 minutes, 58 seconds
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The Jet Set Breakfast Kruger 2 Lucky Dube

Guest: Antos Stella - CEO of Arena Music 
10/24/20237 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Power of "Why" - Why people Invest in solutions, not products.

Guest: Precious Nala - Founder of NXT Consultancy 
10/24/20237 minutes, 57 seconds
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Agripreneurship: A solution to enhance food security

Guest: Onyi Nwaneri - Deputy CEO of the Afrika Tikkun Group 
10/24/202310 minutes, 22 seconds
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SAfm Winners who won a weekend getaway at the Kruger National Park

Guest:Victor Nkanyani  Guest: Mahlogonolo Ntlhane
10/24/202313 minutes, 13 seconds
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African Cuisine Expo

Guest: Tisetso Tau - Event Organizer 
10/24/20235 minutes, 31 seconds
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Schizophrenia Patients not receiving essential care

Guest: Clement Chawane - Psychiatrist  
10/24/20239 minutes, 27 seconds
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Lion protection paid by tourists

Guest: Dr Herbert Ntuli - Senior Lecture University of Pretoria 
10/24/202311 minutes, 20 seconds
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Raising Awareness and funds for Endangered Wildlife

Guest: Clint Halkett Siddall - Operations Manger Crow Center for Rehabilitation of Wildlife 
10/24/202312 minutes, 53 seconds
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Iman Rappetti Pt 2

Guest: Iman Rappett - Award Winning Journalist 
10/16/202329 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Seasonal Yearning for a ritual for a ritual of a religious exile by Iman Rappetti

Guest: Iman Rappetti - Award Wining Journalist 
10/16/202312 minutes, 38 seconds
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Word Domination - The Joy Dancer

Guest: Gcina Mhlophe - Author and Nozincwadi Festival Director 
10/16/20236 minutes, 59 seconds
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Word Domination - Bridge

Guest: Lauren Beukes - Author "Bridge" 
10/16/202313 minutes, 1 second
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The 4th International Conventional Conference on Social justice and 5th Social Justice Summit

Guest: Prof Thuli Madonsela - Professor of law occupying the Law Trust Research Chair in Social Justice at Stellenbosch University.
10/16/202312 minutes, 35 seconds
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Breath of Fresh Air (BOFA)

Guest: Heather Blanckensee - Head of School Sacred Heart College  Guest: Kia Van Oerle - Grade 11 Scholarship Recipient Kia has been a student sacred heart since grade 8 
10/16/20236 minutes, 58 seconds
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The Evolution of Language in South Africa

Guest: Prof Ditsele Thabo - Sociolinguist and Linguist Anthropologist, Associate Professor of Sociolinguist at Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria.
10/16/202310 minutes, 21 seconds
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What is the Geneva Convention?

Guest: Prof Andre Thomashausen - Unisa Professor Emeritus of International Law
10/16/202314 minutes, 25 seconds
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Motoring With Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit 
10/15/202319 minutes, 42 seconds
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How to Frittata in the time of Priceless Eggs

Guest: Zola Nene - Chef and Author of "Simply Delicious"
10/15/20238 minutes, 47 seconds
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JSB - Penguins on the brink of extinction - Shanet Rutgers

Guest: Shanet Rutgers - Senior Penguin Keeper & Animal Health Technician at Two Oceans Aquarium 
10/15/20237 minutes, 10 seconds
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An Art show hosted by The Wilderkrans Country House - An Ode to the Wild Cliffs

Guest: Voni Baloyi - Curator  
10/15/20235 minutes, 13 seconds
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South African Youth take part in Street Child Cricket World Cup in India

Guest: Brad Bing - MD of Sporting Chance Development Foundation 
10/15/20239 minutes, 40 seconds
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Today in history - James Hall

Guest: James Hall
10/15/20233 minutes, 23 seconds
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SOCIAL MEDIA CLIP World Mental Health Day  #SurfTherapy by Waves for Change

SOCIAL MEDIA CLIP World Mental Health Day  #SurfTherapy by Waves for Change
10/9/20233 minutes, 46 seconds
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Defend Our Democracy positions itself for their national campaign to monitor the integrity of the 2024 elections

GUEST: ZAAKIRAH VADI - Executive Director Defend our Democracy Defend Our Democracy positions itself for their national campaign to monitor the integrity of the 2024 elections  
10/9/202311 minutes, 8 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER: The Artist Proof Studio paying tribute to a beloved leader, Dr Gianni Mariano, the Chair of our Board of Directors who passed away on October 2nd 2023

GUEST: KIM BERMAN - Co-Founder of the Artist Proof Studio THOUGHTLEADER: The Artist Proof Studio paying tribute to a beloved leader, Dr Gianni Mariano, the Chair of our Board of Directors who passed away on October 2nd 2023.      
10/9/20238 minutes, 4 seconds
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Interview - Bone healing research shows promise in treating malignant cancers

GUEST: PROF. UGO RIPAMONTI - Director of the Wits Bone Research Laboratory in the Faculty of Health Sciences Interview - Bone healing research shows promise in treating malignant cancers  
10/9/20238 minutes, 31 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION: The 9th Annual African Women Writers Symposium and Nadine Gordimer Lecture take place October 8-20, 2023

GUEST: ROSHNIE MOONSAMY - Symposium Director GUEST: FLOW WELLINGTON - Independent Publisher and Poet WORD DOMINATION: The 9th Annual African Women Writers Symposium and Nadine Gordimer Lecture take place October 8-20, 2023    
10/9/202315 minutes, 48 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER : THE DAY OF THE PODCAST International Podcast Day was recently marked on 30 September

GUEST: MARK BOTHA - Head of Digital Mediamark THOUGHTLEADER : THE DAY OF THE PODCAST International Podcast Day was recently marked on 30 September  
10/9/20237 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview:  Cape Town teen shines  at South African Gym Games

Interview:  Cape Town teen shines  at South African Gym Games GUEST: JASMIN NELL - Level 6 Western Province rhythmic gymnast A 15-year-old gymnast from Parow Valley has been selected to participate in the South African Gym Games taking place in Gauteng.
10/9/20236 minutes, 48 seconds
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Interview: Sjava in Studio

Guest: Sjava, SA Musician
10/9/202310 minutes, 9 seconds
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The 10th edition of the European Film Festival will take place between 12 – 22 October 2023 with satellite programs in Eswatini and Lesotho

Guest: Magdelene Reddy- Co-director of the EUROPEAN FILM festival The 10th edition of the European Film Festival will take place between 12 – 22 October 2023 with satellite programs in Eswatini and Lesotho.  
10/9/20238 minutes, 30 seconds
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Freezer-to-Oven Halaal Cookies

Guest: Ayesha Essop - Owner of Carrington Cookies Freezer-to-Oven Halaal Cookies    
10/9/20239 minutes, 8 seconds
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Trucking with MOTORING WITH CAROL MOGOERANE

Guest: Carol Mogoerane Specialist in Technical Trainer Daimler Trucks Trucking with MOTORING  
10/9/202328 minutes, 12 seconds
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REQUEST A RIDE WITH OWEN’S APP called HIKA APP

Guest: Owen Lekala, Information Technology student Tshwane University of Technology and Developer of the Hike App REQUEST A RIDE WITH OWEN’S APP called HIKA APP  
10/9/202310 minutes, 23 seconds
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The Pandas Hockey Club launches a hockey clinic in Soweto

Guest: Katleho Bontle Motingoe - Founder Panda Hockey Club Interview: The Pandas Hockey Club launches a hockey clinic in Soweto.  
10/9/20239 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meteorite discovery: unusual finds by South African farmer add to space rock heritage

Guest: Prof Roger Gibson - Professor of Structural Geology and Metamorphic Petrology, University of the Witwatersrand) Meteorite discovery: unusual finds by South African farmer add to space rock heritage 
10/9/202313 minutes, 54 seconds
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The Restorative Powers of Gardens - Garden Therapy

Guest: Dr Chris Ellis - Family Physician The Restorative Powers of Gardens - Garden Therapy    
10/9/20239 minutes, 1 second
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THOUGHTLEADER: Writers strike deal with Hollywood – but AI threat remains (Daily Maverick)

GENERATIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE While writers’ payment demands have been mostly met, the industry’s biggest demon is still how artificial intelligence will affect it. The Hollywood writers’ strike may be over, but the underlying problems haven’t been resolved. GUEST: TOBY SHAPSHAK - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF STUFF.CO.ZA AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SCROLLA.AFRICA
10/3/202314 minutes, 31 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION: At Fire Hour delivers Bheki Makhathini, a South African character study for the ages

WORD DOMINATION: At Fire Hour delivers Bheki Makhathini, a South African character study for the ages. Suspected of betraying the ANC, the young poet leaves home for exile in 1976, and until his return home after the unbannings in 1990, Bheki writes the story of a revolution – an unfinished one. Gilder allows Bheki the freedom to deal with the big ideas of art and love, freedom and struggle in a shrewd and vivid way, the result being an unforgettable and deeply moving tale. GUEST: BARRY GILDER
10/3/202318 minutes, 16 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER: Homelessness is widely misunderstood — and we can’t solve problems we don’t understand

Ultimately, understanding homelessness gets a lot easier when we learn that the strongest, most enduring predictor of homelessness isn’t substance use or mental illness — it’s poverty. GUEST: Richard Bolland is the founding board member of New Hope SA
10/3/20238 minutes, 22 seconds
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COMMUNITY: THE ACTIONISTS - Tackling community crises amid the violence of Westbury and shining a light towards better futures

Community Actionist Bridget performs regular radio and stage productions about gender-based violence, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and bullying in addition to her role as a community counsellor. GUEST: BRIDGET MUNNIK – MANAGER OF WESTBURY YOUTH CENTRE
10/3/20237 minutes, 20 seconds
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Mathematics and Science

10/3/20235 minutes, 19 seconds
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New ground-breaking theatre work challenges the love myth and stage and performance conventions as it opens at Aardklop

GUEST: ALBY MICHAELS – DIRECTOR OF THE PLAY #JSBART: New ground-breaking theatre work challenges the love myth and stage and performance conventions as it opens at Aardklop, What happens when two people love one another so much that they attach physically? What does “forever, together” look like, and … can two people REALLY be one? These are just some of the life and love questions that come into play in the delightfully absurd tragicomedy.  
10/3/202312 minutes, 53 seconds
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FEEDBACK : Rediscover authentic Chinese dining at Red Chamber

Red Chamber is synonymous with the restaurant landscape of Hyde Park Corner, but few know the story of owner, Emma Chen’s epic journey with this iconic Mandrin Chinese restaurant in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg. Take a journey with us… GUEST: Emma Chen –  Chef and Owner of Red Chamber
10/3/20239 minutes, 25 seconds
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JSB HEALTH: World Heart Day

You see your heart as the seat where your sentiments and emotions reside. Sudden happiness increases the heart rate as does sudden anger.While you are resting, your heart pumps approximately 5 litres of blood through an estimated ‪100 000 km of your blood vessels – that is more than twice the distance around the world. Your heart has been beating continuously from the fifth month before birth until now. GUEST : Professor Eric Klug- South African Heart Association President 
10/3/20239 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Transformative Heritage of Photography

Although many art forms offer a view inside the mind of the artist, photography differs substantially because it catches a snapshot of life that has been reimagined and shaped by the circumstances of the person holding the camera. GUESTS: Jabulani Dhlamini, a renowned South-African photographer represented by the Goodman Gallery and Project Manager at Of Soul and Joy, a photography programme in Thokoza township in Gauteng. GUEST: Sibusiso Bheka -  Former student turned Project Assistant at Of Soul and Joy, whose work has received critical acclaim, both locally and internationally.
10/3/202311 minutes, 6 seconds
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Motoring with Petrol head

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
10/3/202326 minutes, 41 seconds
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The SABC partners with The Loeries to support creativity in Film & Radio

The SABC, South Africa’s public broadcaster, has partnered with The Loeries, Africa and the Middle East’s premier brand communications festival, in support of growing creative excellence in Film and the Radio & Audio categories.   The Loeries Film and the Radio & Audio categories attract a number of entries from around the region and the SABC will support the work being done by the Loeries to further enhance and bolster the creative produc that is aimed at consumers. GUEST: Dichaba Phalatse, marketing manager, Video Entertainment SABC.    
10/3/20235 minutes, 29 seconds
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ENVIRONMENT/ CONSERVATION : TOPIC

Agri SA calls for assistance as veld fires threaten food security. Ongoing fire outbreaks in the Free State, North West and Northern Cape provinces have the federation of agricultural organisations, Agri SA, concerned about food security in South Africa. GUEST: Agri SA chief executive officer, Christo van der Rheede
10/3/20233 minutes, 55 seconds
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Steve Kwena Mokwena is a historian, filmmaker and cultural activist

He is the founder of Xivumbeko Media and the Afrikan Freedom Station, an afrocentric multimedia gallery. Mokwena was born in Soweto, South Africa and studied history, African politics and sociology at WITS University. He also holds an MA degree from Leeds University. He is particularly interested in history and memory and has produced and directed numerous films, including A Blues for Tiro (2007), Our Father Who Art in Memory (2008), Biko’s Trail (2008) and Driving with Fanon (2009). Guest: Steve Kwena Mokwena ,historian, filmmaker and cultural activist  
9/27/202322 minutes, 2 seconds
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CUSTODIANS OF HERITAGE - Hidden Years Music Archive: Discover a musical treasure at Stellenbosch University

Not many people know that one of the most valuable music treasures in South Africa is kept in the heart of the SU campus at the Documentation Centre for Music (DOMUS) at the Music Library. The Hidden Years Music Archive houses one of the biggest collections of popular music in South Africa and includes more than 6000 vinyl records, 7000 reel-to-reel and cassette tapes as well as a multitude of invaluable photographs and documents.  GUEST: PROF LIZABÉ LAMBRECHTS, STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC
9/27/202313 minutes, 41 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION: BOOK REVIEW: FOR BLACK GIRLS

Guest: TLHAFELO TEFO MOLATLEGI, Author Who Have Yet to Forgive Themselves is a love letter to black girls. Johannesburg, 3 August 2023: The lives of three young women come together and unfold in poetic chaos: beautiful, unruly, obstinate and insistent on pursuing life on their own terms, Zee, Moon and Melissa navigate sexuality, disease, death and the awakening of political consciousness in a country that is battling to realize its post - apartheid democratic ideals. A combination of confessional storytelling, upliftment and motivation for young black women, promoting self-acceptance, self -worth and dignity
9/27/202313 minutes, 51 seconds
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Singing Surgeon’s Heart Touching Mission Wins Important Award

Dr Wilhelm Litchenberg, AKA ‘The Singing Surgeon’ is on an important mission both in the operating room and on stage. Recently, his foundation won first prize for their work at the Conscious Companies Awards. Dr Wilhelm Litchenberg is a Cardiothoracic Surgeon by profession, he also doubles as a tenor talent who takes his life-saving efforts further than the operating room. GUEST: DR WILHELM LITCHENBERG – CARDIOTHORACIC SURGEON AND FOUNDER OF YOUNG HEARTS FOUNDATION
9/27/20239 minutes, 36 seconds
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Reddam House Bedfordview has emerged as a beacon of innovation at the Inspired Build 2023, a premier global inter-school technology chal-lenge

In a dazzling display of technological prowess, Reddam House Bedfordview has emerged as a beacon of innovation at the Inspired Build 2023, a premier global inter-school technology challenge. Amidst fierce competition spanning 111 schools in 24 countries across five continents, Reddam House Bedfordview clinched awards in a remarkable three of the six age categories, underscoring the talent within its walls and the school’s focus on technology in its curriculum. Guest: KIAN BAGELOO - CO-CREATOR OF THE BLUE CRANE (won in the Age 11-12 category) Guest: LEEYA MAYET - CREATOR OF THE RAINBOW PAPER SCRAPER  (won in the Age 10-11 category)
9/27/20238 minutes, 5 seconds
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THOUGHT LEADER South Africa's democracy problem

Our guest writes about the vast majority of South Africans are unhappy with the way democracy is working, while our trust in public institutions and government officials continues to decline. Political participation (especially among the youth) is also at an all-time low. On the eve of our seventh general elections, which will also mark the 30th anniversary of the advent of democracy in this country, we seem to find ourselves in a particularly sorry state. Guest: Damien du Preez is the marketing & communications officer for the Centre for Research on Democracy (CREDO) at Stellenbosch University
9/27/202313 minutes, 1 second
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THOUGHTLEADER: Activists meeting outcomes on the worsening food crisis for children.

A group of activists for food access and affordability met on Thursday 21 September 2023)to discuss the worsening food crisis for children. Convened by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund and the DG Murray Trust, the meeting sought to identify urgent measures to combat rising rates of severe acute malnutrition and child hunger. GUEST: DAVID HARRISON – CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AT DG MURRAY TRUST
9/27/202311 minutes, 32 seconds
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THE ACTIONISTS SERIES: Anti-Human Trafficking Actionist – GIDEON SWART

THE ACTIONISTS SERIES: Anti-Human Trafficking Actionist – GIDEON SWART In 2019 Gideon and his wife, Olivia, gave up their jobs as pastors and opened a coffee truck which, over the years, has grown into a formal café. From the very beginning, they committed to feeding the homeless people who would pass by, offering them coffee and a chocolate croissant, no questions asked. Over time, Gideon got to know the regulars, engaging with them and finding ways to help them off the streets and, if necessary, into rehab. Guest: Gideon Swart
9/27/20238 minutes, 10 seconds
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#JSBART – From Cape Town to L.A! First SA Gallery to Have Permanent Art Space in U.S

South African art galleries are making big and bold strides from New York City to Los Angeles. Earlier this month, we celebrated Goodman Gallery’s office space expansion to New York City. Now, Southern Guild has joined the artistic expansion, reportedly set to be the first South African Gallery to have a permanent art space in the United States. GUEST: LINDSEY RAYMOND – SOUTHERN GUILD’S GALLERY MANAGER
9/27/20237 minutes, 35 seconds
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The dark side of pesticides and chemicals in your plate

There’s something satisfying about filling your fruit bowl or crisper draw with fresh and vibrant fruit and veggies. After all, fresh produce has always been synonymous with vitality and good health, with dietitians recommending that we eat at least nine servings of five different fruits and vegetables each day to boost wellbeing and prevent diseases. GUEST: MARITHA ALBERTYN – REGISTERED DIETITIAN AT NUTRTIONAL SOLUTIONS
9/27/202311 minutes, 36 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smith

Guest: Nico Smith, Petrol Head
9/27/202318 minutes, 1 second
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This Kruger National Park safari lodge was placed 15th on the list of the world’s 50 best hotels in 2023

The Kruger National Park and Greater Kruger is a favourite South African destination synonymous with luxurious safari retreats in the African Bush. The list of the World’s 50 Best Hotels is out and South Africa’s Singita Lodges, has made it to the top of the prestigious list of luxury hotels. Singita Lodges’, Lebombo and Sweni, in the Kruger National Parkin Mpumalanga ranked in the top 15 of the world’s best 50 hotels. GUEST: LISA CAREY – MARKETING MANAGER AT SINGITA LODGES
9/27/20237 minutes, 45 seconds
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Spotlight on Infant Mortality in South Africa

As we observe Infant Mortality Awareness Month this September, The Parent Centre sheds light on South Africa’s worryingly high infant mortality rate and extends its commitment to providing crucial support to vulnerable mothers.     
9/27/202310 minutes, 46 seconds
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#JSBHEALTH Diabetic retinopathy

#JSBHEALTH Diabetic retinopathy, one of the serious consequences of diabetes, is the 4th leading cause of blindness and the most common cause of visual loss amongst working-age individuals in South Africa. An estimated third of people with diabetes will develop diabetic retinopathy yet less than 20% of patients undergo yearly screening. Guest: Dr Bayanda Mbambisa – Executive Committee of the Ophthalmological Society of South Africa
9/27/202314 minutes, 8 seconds
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ENVIRONMENT/ CONSERVATION

Wildlife conservation and environmental preservation have a common goal – to preserve the environment on which humanity depends for its survival. Millions of women and men worldwide work as though their lives depend on it – because they do – to help rehabilitate our planet and help it thrive in the face of the myriad threats that our way of life poses. GUEST: LAUREN TEASDALE - CO-FOUNDER AND THE MANAGING DIRECTOR OF GREENPOP
9/27/20238 minutes, 3 seconds
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COMMUNITY – Afesis-Corplan

Guest: Nontobeko Gcabashe - Programme Manager - Afesis-corplan  Afesis-corplan is a progressive, non-governmental organisation that has contributed to community-driven development and good local governance since 1992. While we are primarily based in the Eastern Cape, our work has a national footprint. The organisation aims to promote active citizenship and accountability in the local government sector.   
9/20/202313 minutes, 3 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Guest: Nico Smit
9/16/202318 minutes, 25 seconds
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Unveiling of the Memorial of Mzilikazi Ka Mashobane

Guest: Sarah Ripley Forsyth - General Manager - Kedar Heritage Lodge 
9/16/20238 minutes, 6 seconds
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Screening for Breast Cancer Awareness

Guest: Motlatsi Milanzi - Stenographer at Southern Radiologist  Finding breast cancer early and getting state-of-the-art cancer treatment are two of the most important strategies for preventing deaths from breast cancer. Breast cancer that's found early, when its small and has not spread, is easier to treat successfully. Getting regular screening tests is the most reliable way to find breast cancer early. The American Cancer Society has screening guidelines for women at average risk of breast cancer, and for those at high risk for breast cancer . 
9/16/20239 minutes, 33 seconds
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Electric vehicle charge points

Guest: Andries Malherbe - Co Founnder Zero Carbon change  Whilst many drivers indicate that they would purchase an EV when more affordable models hit the market, others have raised concerns about uncertainties around the reliability of electricity supply due to load-shading and range anxiety regarding the availability of changing infrastructure especially in non-urban areas.    
9/16/202311 minutes, 23 seconds
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Conservation: This Heritage month, throw your support behind our green and gold parrot

Guest: Dr Kirsten Wimberger - Project director for the Cape Parrot Project and a trustee of the Wild Bird Trust. The Cape Parrot is endemic to South Africa and due to the destruction of their natural forest environment, there are fewer than 2000 of the species. This Heritage Month is an appropriate time to honour the heritage of Cape Parrot by helping to preserve their habitat, while fostering sustainable development and environmental resilience in South Africa.
9/16/20239 minutes, 13 seconds
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Word Domination

Guest: Dr. Sipho Mahala - Editor of Imbiza Journal & Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at the University of Johannesburg
9/12/202319 minutes, 13 seconds
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Let’s equip students with the skills to use ChatGPT critically and responsibly

Guest: Professor Michale Le Cordeur - Vice-Dean (Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Education at the University of Stellenbosch)
9/12/202322 minutes, 37 seconds
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Unpacking the NHI terminology

Guest: Professor Alex Van Den Heever – Adjunct Professor at the Wits School of Governance
9/12/202316 minutes, 46 seconds
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Neema Foundation

Guest: Fatima Cele - Project Director at the Neema Foundation
9/12/202310 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Voice is back at the Fol-Kore festival

Guest:Vusi Mahlasela 
9/12/202310 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Arts & Culture Trust announces the Nyoloha Scholarship Program T-shirt design competition

Guest: Keitumetse Mbatha - Arts and Culture Trust communications and marketing coordinator.  The Arts & Culture Trust announces the Nyoloha Scholarship Program T-shirt design competition
9/12/20234 minutes, 45 seconds
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Feedback Harvesting Heritage

Guest: Siphiwe Sithole - Farmer and Founder of African Marmalade 
9/12/202313 minutes, 32 seconds
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Documentary honors legendary surfboard shaper

Guest: Matthew Murphy – Iconic Surfboard Shaper
9/12/202312 minutes, 2 seconds
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National Arbour week

Guest:Mlungisi Mthembu - Nature Guide 
9/12/20234 minutes, 51 seconds
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Australian scientists make world-first discovery of parasitic worm in woman’s brain

Guest:: Dr Sanjaya Senanayake Australian scientists make world-first discovery of parasitic worm in woman’s brain
9/12/202313 minutes, 20 seconds
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Cycle for a cause this International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Guest: Taryn Seegers - Communications Coordinator for CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA. Cycle for a cause this International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
9/12/20234 minutes, 26 seconds
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A WORLD IN COMMON: CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHY

  GUEST: OSEI BONSU - Curator at Tate Modern Museum
9/4/202311 minutes, 52 seconds
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The 2023 World Rowing Masters Regatta will take place 21-24 September 2023 in Tshwane, South Africa.

  GUEST: JAMES THOMPSON  - Event Director World Rowing Masters Regatta
9/4/20236 minutes, 39 seconds
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Call for Applications: IMPRESARIO for the Centre for the Less Good Idea

  GUEST: BRONWYN LACE, ARTIST AND CO-FOUNDER OF THE CENTRE FOR THE LESS GOOD IDEA
9/4/202310 minutes, 19 seconds
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The strange history of ice cream flavours – from brown bread to Par-mesan and paté

  GUEST: DR. LINDSAY MIDDLETON - Food Historian and Knowledge Exchange Associate, University of Glasgow
9/4/20239 minutes, 24 seconds
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How to grow rhinos in a lab

  GUEST: PROF. RUTH APPELTANT - Assistant Research Professor, University of Antwerp
9/4/202311 minutes, 9 seconds
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The Big freeze drove early humans out of Europe.

  GUEST: PROF. CHRONIS TZEDAKIS - Professor of Physical Geography University College London
9/4/20238 minutes, 53 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

9/4/202323 minutes, 16 seconds
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What Are Autoimmune Conditions?

  GUEST: MALVINA BARTMANSKI - Integrative Clinical Psychologist and Author of Autoimmune Survival Guide 
9/4/20237 minutes, 15 seconds
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GUEST PRESENTER

    GUEST: MIKE VAN GRAAN  - Award Winning Playwright   Mike van Graan is an award-winning playwright with 36 plays under his belt. He is the Coordinator of the Sustaining Theatre and Dance (STAND) Foundation and serves as a Trustee of the Denis Goldberg House of Hope. Mike also helps to programme and facilitate the Atelier for Festival Managers..
9/4/202342 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Maharishi Institute gifted a building to improve youth skills

    GUEST: DR. TADDY BLECHER - CEO of the Maharishi Invincibility Institute and the Imvula Empowerment Trust
9/4/202316 minutes, 18 seconds
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Tracing lines to a pre-colonial past by uncovering Mpumalanga’s rock art.

    GUEST: MDUDUZI MASEKO - Researcher with the Rock Art Research Institute at Wits University
9/4/202311 minutes, 24 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION - Open Book prepares for another festival celebration of literary dialogues

    GUEST: MERVYN SLOMAN – Director of Open Book Festival
9/4/202310 minutes, 5 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER BRICS

    This week  The School of Government at the University of the Western Cape Hosted a Seminar looking at the topic “Chinese investments in Brazil and South Africa as part of Brics South - South Cooperation and Solidarity: Challenges and Prospects”   GUEST: LISA THOMPSON - political economist and full Professor in the School of Government at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa
9/4/20238 minutes, 43 seconds
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THOUGHTLEADER -  Tipping the scales to equity: Not “jobs for the girls”, but employment systems that work for women

    GUEST: SHARMI SURIANARAIN - Chief Impact Officer at Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator
9/4/202310 minutes, 5 seconds
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#JSBART -   Sell By Date Pieter Torien’s Montecasino Theatre 24 August - 10 Sept 2023

    GUEST: PIETER DIRK UYS - Artist  
9/4/20236 minutes, 42 seconds
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WORD DOMINATION

    The Johannesburg Library Bumper Book Sale Is taking place the 2nd and 3rd of September. Hosted by the Friends of the Johannesburg Public Libraries in collaboration with the Library and Information Services of the City.   GUEST: ZARA NATALIE - Chair of the Friends of the Johannesburg Public Libraries.
9/4/20237 minutes, 33 seconds
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Cape Town International Animation Festival

Guest: Nathan Stanton, Assistant Director on animated feature "DAVID'Sunrise Studios
9/4/20238 minutes, 42 seconds
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Braai Master Live Show

Guest: Chris Forrest, Chef and Comedian
9/4/20237 minutes, 16 seconds
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Creative Gatherings on 'Women's Work As Artistic Practice

Guest: Bev ButKow,Artist
9/4/20236 minutes, 52 seconds
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Marathon Runner Takes on the coldest marathon on Hearth for chaity

Guest: Mark Moore, Managing Director of of No Stone Foundation
9/4/202315 minutes, 30 seconds
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JSB: Health What do you know about your kidneys

Guest: Lynnette Cilliers, Registered Dietician
9/4/202319 minutes, 33 seconds
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The Real Pollen Count

Guest:Pro. Jonny Peter is head of the allergy and clinical IM- Munoogy Divison at Grooe Shuur Hospital
9/4/202314 minutes, 6 seconds
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#JSB Guest Presenter Michael Lee of Innotivity

#JSB Guest Presenter Michael Lee of Innotivity
8/17/202336 minutes, 45 seconds
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#JSB Guest Presenter: Tshegofatso Seoka, Academic ,Art Historian independent Curator and Managing Director of Ms Simone

Guest Presenter: Tshegofatso Seoka, Academic ,Art Historian independent Curator and Managing Director of Ms Simone
8/17/202336 minutes, 50 seconds
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Interview: At Standard Bank Gallery, Blessing Ngobeni’s “Ntsumi Ya Vutomi” investi-gates the purpose in the human experience.

GUEST: BLESSING NGOBENI – VISUAL ARTIST Interview: At Standard Bank Gallery, Blessing Ngobeni’s “Ntsumi Ya Vutomi” investi-gates the purpose in the human experience.  
8/10/20237 minutes, 21 seconds
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#SAfmJSB Session: PRESSSS

#SAfmJSB Session: PRESSSS    
8/10/20236 minutes, 23 seconds
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Interview: Introducing a brave new world of South African bio-art.

GUEST: NELISIWE XABA – VISUAL ARTIST Interview: Introducing a brave new world of South African bio-art.  
8/8/20239 minutes, 24 seconds
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Motoring with Nico Smit

Motoring with Nico Smit
8/8/202326 minutes, 25 seconds
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Interview: Intermittent fasting could help protect the brain from age-related diseases like Alzheimer’s

Interview: Intermittent fasting could help protect the brain from age-related diseases like Alzheimer’s GUEST: Dr CLAUDIA NTSAPI – Lecturer University of the Free State      
8/8/202314 minutes, 54 seconds
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Sports Wrap with Mark Haskins

Sports Wrap with Mark Haskins
8/8/20235 minutes, 27 seconds
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Interview: 2023 NETBALL WORLD CUP CAPE TOWN

GUEST: NOBAYENI SKOSANA - Netball Analyst Interview: 2023 NETBALL WORLD CUP CAPE TOWN  
8/8/20232 minutes, 19 seconds
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Interview: Bloubergstrand Beach outside Cape Town could lose its shoreline by the end of the century

Interview: Bloubergstrand Beach outside Cape Town could lose its shoreline by the end of the century GUEST: MARY EVANS - Geography, Archeology and Envi-ronmental Studies at University of Witwatersrand   i
8/8/20239 minutes, 50 seconds
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Interview: Fort Nottingham Highland Gathering at Fort Nottingham Museum and surrounds

GUEST: LOUISE FOX - Highland games organising committee member Interview: Fort Nottingham Highland Gathering at Fort Nottingham Museum and surrounds    
8/8/20233 minutes, 46 seconds
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Interview: Social work profession a pillar in empowering formerly homeless people

GUEST: Siwaphiwe Myataza-Mzantsi - Political science graduate from UWC and works as media liaison officer at U-Turn Homeless Ministries Interview: Social work profession a pillar in empowering formerly homeless people  
8/7/202310 minutes, 50 seconds
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Interview: COMMUNITY

GUEST:  DAVID HARTE – Innovator
8/7/202317 minutes, 25 seconds
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GUEST PRESENTER: DR. DYLAN McGARRY

GUEST: DR. DYLAN McGARRY - Scholar Activist, Academic, Multimedia Artist GUEST PRESENTER  
8/1/202337 minutes, 13 seconds
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TEBOGO MOSITO – FOUNDER AND CEO OF DITSOGO GROUP

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