EB Inglis chats to Dr Leon De Bruyn, President of the South African Veterinary Association on the significance of World Veterinary Day.LISTEN TO PODCAST
If your name or surname starts with the letter Z - we're celebrating YOU.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Tracy Going joins Tracey Lange to chat about an upcoming event, Beyond Our Voices virtual women’s lunch.
Get your ticket at Quicket, here: https://www.quicket.co.za/events/116670-beyond-our-voices-virtual-womens-lunch/#/
Considering a career change during the pandemic?
Tracey Lange turns to Sanlam's Head of Chanel and Segment Marketing, Lee Hancox for advice.
Many people have faced retrenchment, what can they do?
The most important thing to remember is to stay calm, and that you've done nothing wrong.
Keep a clear head during this time, being panicked raises the chance of making knee-jerk reactions
Should we use this time to update our CVs?
It's critical at this time to focus on skills and not necessarily just job titles.
Prospective employers are going to want to know what skills you have, and how adaptable you can be...
What should people who are considering moving jobs keep in mind?
It's important to evaluate your reasoning. So why are you considering changing jobs, is it because you are unhappy? You want a change of pace? A change of scenery?
Use a mentor or a friend as a springboard to discuss the pros and cons of why you're looking at changing jobs.
You know that you're getting old when you start talking about things that kids of today will never ever understand.
Tracey Lange says that when she was a teenager, her father was the only person in the household with a cellphone, she would message her friends then tell them not to respond because it was her dad's phone.
Another trick with the landline, when you wanted to call a friend or cousin, you would dial a number on the phone and the phone would ring after you put down. When the phone would ring, you'd pretend that the phone call is for you and then quickly dial your friend's number!
Listen to the audio for more things that kids of today would never understand.
Tracey Lange reflects on exam time when she was still at school.
She admits that she wasn't that into school, "I should have paid more attention, yes definitely, but I just wasn't a fan of it."
But the worst was when it came to the exam season.
Those awkward moments when you were confident in your answers only to learn that either the question had an error in it or that you were completely off course with your answer.
"When you hear your friends arguing after the exam whether the answer was 35.5 or 36 - but my answer would be South Africa"
She's not the only one! Listeners shared their hilarious exam experiences.
Women Crush Wednesday is a focus on phenomenal women in our communities.
In this clip, Kfm Mid-Mornings host Tracey Lange interviews CCID Social Development manager, Pat Eddy.
Eddy chats about the Hope for the Homeless campaign which launched in August 2020.
The campaign is part of the CCID's Show You Care fundraising drive.
This year particularly with the pandemic, which has affected all levels of society, it has particularly been difficult for the most vulnerable.
We've partnered with six incredible NGOs and this campaign is actually asking the public to support us in trying to raise R100,000 for these NGOs.
For more information and to donate to the campaign, visit www.showyoucare.co.za
Tracey Lange admits that she didn't know what she is in for when she adopted two little rabbits.
Will and Grace are fluffy, cuddly and irresistibly cute - just look at the pictures! - but they're so mischievous.
Specifically their habit of chewing through... everything.
Tracey's bunnies have destroyed cables, handbags, shoes and even her wooden deck.
"It's ridiculous but no one warns you about this!"