Researcher Kate Wilkinson says claims that South Africa has 400 000 white South African living under the poverty line is untrue.
The Azania Mosaka Show
Azania Mosaka brings her style and charm to early afternoons.
The Azania Mosaka Show deals mainly with contemporary lifestyle issues.
Azania also has a unique way of tackling burning issues such as university protests and has brought her own take to the ongoing discussions about higher education transformation.
Some of the features on her show include the Masterclass feature, which in line with our stated intention of opening minds, is a class given by an expert in a particular field to enlighten listeners about topics such as mastering mathematics, unpacking The Bible, a closer look at world football governing body FIFA.
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Musician Jimmy Nevis opens up about his childhood and how the album Chimera came into being.
Azania Mosaka profiles, multi-talented TV presenter, model, actor, businessman and philanthropist Maps Maponyane.
Likotsi explains the vision for the bank which comes off the back of YWBN - a co-operative financial institution.
South African marathon and ultra-marathon athlete Bruce Fordyce shares a few pointers on completing a marathon.
Technical Editor at CAR Magazine, Nicol Louw visited SVI outside Pretoria to learn about the process.
Chairperson of the Essential Services Committee Luvuyo Bono explains the process of declaring a service essential.
Garden Designer from Organic Kitchen Designs, Joy Phala says it's is possible to grow your own food garden that looks good too.