Jeannie Cave takes us through the Curse of positive thinking, how it may make us feel worse and how it creates emotional distance.
Clement is joined by Clinical Psychologist Hayden Knibbs who takes us through the healing stages after dealing with prejudice.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Former Chief of State Protocol Kingsley Makhubela pays tribute to Zindzi MandelaLISTEN TO PODCAST
Clement chats to the ANC’s Enoch Gondongwana, Economist Duma Gqubule and Cosatu’s first deputy president Mike Shingange about the economic reform paper that the ruling party launched on Friday.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Clement speaks to SANTACO’s Thabiso Molelekwa and Chairperson of the transport committee, Mosebenzi Zwane about the capacity changes to be implemented from today.
Clement chats to Medical Research Council Professor Charles Parry, who advises government, about predictions showing how an eight-week ban on alcohol could decrease trauma admissions by 50 000 in South Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The SA Alcohol Trader’s Association’s Sean Robinson and Fanny Mokoena’s Gauteng Liqour Forum responds to the president banning alcohol with immediate effect.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Clement speaks to family psychologist, Ilze Alberts, about the different ways that people express their love and how these can be used to strengthen relationships.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Clement speaks to social innovator, Mbali N, about her instagram page which looks at exploring prejudices and harmful stereotypes that continue to exist in our social landscape.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Clement speaks to the DA's Siviwe Gwarube and the Department of Health head in the Eastern Cape, Dr Thobile Mbengashe, on the continuing controversies and miscommunications around the use of 100 scooters supposedly for the transport of COVID19 patients.LISTEN TO PODCAST