The founder of the NPO Little Brinks, Katherine Brink, joins Sara-Jayne on Weekend Breakfast.
EWN senior reporter Nthakoana Ngatane tells us what will be happening on the show tonight.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Dietician Rael Koping chats to Sara-Jayne King about the latest findings relating to erectile dysfunction as a warning sign of heart disease.LISTEN TO PODCAST
So you may have been aware of Whatsapp being in the news a lot over the past week and talk of people moving from Whatsapp to alternative messaging platforms like Telegram or Signal. We've invited the Tech Girl Sam Wright to help us understand them.LISTEN TO PODCAST
It's that time of the week where we shine the spotlight on a local organisation doing good work in the community... This week it's SAYes - a local mentoring organisation that has its aim to end social poverty by helping individuals, business teams, educational institutions, and community groups to “do good better”.
To tell us more we're joined by CEO and founder of SAYes, Michelle Potter
Jeff looks at what's happening outdoors this Sunday.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Australian International arrivals cap reduced by 50%
Blackmarket for illegal Coronavirus vaccine uncovered in Philipines
Bushfires threatening areas south of Perth
Australian Census to include Non-Binary option for the first time
Restaurant in Thailand serves up its own version of ‘happy’ meals
Award-winning actor, musician, producer, and film scorer Brian Temba joins Weekend Breakfast to chat about his journey in music and acting.LISTEN TO PODCAST
It’s unlikely that the parents of my next guest would ever have imagined that when they sent their son to Bishops he would later achieve phenomenal success by spending much of his time with his hand up another man’s back passage - but that's exactly what Conrad Koch has done, becoming one of the country’s most popular comedians.
His winning combination of puppetry, ventriloquism, and satire have been delighting audiences for several years now, of course, alongside his trusty companion Chester Missing.
A brand new fifth series of the Netflix original documentary ‘Inside The World’s Toughest Prisons’ became available last week - the new episodes see presenter Raphael Rowe offer a fascinating glimpse behind the bars of the planet’s most dangerous maximum-security prisons, this time in Greenland, the Philippines and here in South Africa.
At Brandvlei prison Rowe meets the boss of the notoriously violent Numbers gang, who is serving a life term in supermax solitary confinement.
This week, two popular DJ's were trending on social media after a woman took to Twitter on Monday and accused the men of drugging and raping her.
The tweet has since been retweeted over 3 000 times...and on Friday police confirmed a case of rape had been opened against the pair.
But what does the law say about allegations of a crim being made in this way?
Sara-Jayne King talks to social media law expert Emma Sadleir - Founder and CEO at Digital Law Company