Do culturally exclusive initiatives foster a sense of national unity or are they dividing an already divided nation?
The Redi Tlhabi Show
Redi Tlhabi hosts an interactive show that gives listeners free reign to select topics they wish to discuss. It is often used as a platform to unpack issues raised during the Breakfast Shows.
Redi is an instantly recognisable and well-respected media personality. Apart from her radio show on 702 and CapeTalk, she has also hosted local television news shows and has anchored for international broadcasters like SKY and the BBC. She has presented two of her own TV shows: “Redi” on Mzansi Magic and “South to North”on Al-Jazeera.
Her first book, Endings and Beginnings (Jacana) received popular and critical acclaim and is being turned into a screenplay for a movie.
Fascinated by South Africans and what makes them tick, Redi is passionate about starting conversations and thrives on being part of South Africa’s evolution.
Dr Schomer looks at the psychology of friendship and the four layers that most people use to define their friendship circles.
On Technobyte this week Telkom send shockwaves in the mobile industry, Facebook wants to take the internet to those not online and we review the Ricoh Theta S 360-degree camera.
Parenting expert Nikki Bush talks about teaching children control and gives tips on how parents can get involved in the process.
What does it mean now that South Africa has eclipsed Egypt as Africa's largest economy?
Psychoanalyst Professor Mark Holms picked listeners' brains and shared some personal insights on land reform, among other matters.
Solms-Delta farm workers are an interesting case for land reform in action with interventions put in place under new ownership.
Clinical psychologist Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela speaks about how South Africa can move forward and deal with its painful past.
The Naked Scientist helped callers with their questions by using simple language regarding the science behind it all.