Simone Govender is a Durban-born songstress. She started piano lessons at the age of five and picked up the guitar when she was fourteen. It was then that she realised that she wanted to make music for a living.LISTEN TO PODCAST
One of our national treasures is on the verge of celebrating his 90th birthday – Archbishop Desmond Tutu will reach that milestone on the 7th of October. And true to character, he wants everyone else to benefit from his special day.
In honour of his landmark birthday, the Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation is hosting an art auction to benefit the Tutu Legacy Fund, called Art for the Arch. The event is being held in collaboration with auctioneers Strauss and Co and with the French Embassy in South Africa.
Guest: Piyushi Kotecha | CEO of Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation
Guest: Andrew Smith | Director at Denoon Sampson Ndlovu Incorporated Conveyancing AttorneysLISTEN TO PODCAST
Pippa is joined in the studio by Clara Bubenzer who is one of the shareholders at the Lebanese Bakery.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Tessa Purdon | Head of Content at Eat Out and Food24
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A summery cocktail courtesy of Tiktok?
Guest: Henry Cock
Henry Cock took up road running in October last year. Less than a year later, he's using his newfound passion to raise awareness about mental health. Henry is attempting to set a World Record for the most half marathons run in consecutive days. He's running 133 half marathons in 133 days. That's about 21km every day for 133 consecutive days.
Henry began his quest on 6 July from Kosi Bay, along South Africa's northeastern coastline. He'll run along the coastline to Alexander Bay on the Namibian border.
The total distance is around 2800km and includes a combination of trail and road running through some of South Africa's most beautiful and rarest landscapes.
Producer Rafiq Wagiet
EWN reporter Chanel September
Deputy editor of TVPlus magazine - Craig Falck
Guest: Alana James | CEO at The Sunflower FundLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Gayle Edmunds | Movie critic at CapeTalkLISTEN TO PODCAST
Zimbabwean-born South African Martin Hulbert has made London his s new creative home, where he's put his career at the top of his priority list.
No stranger to performing or recording, his first single Better Man dropped four years ago to homegrown success.
He's now signed to Universal Music South Africa, and he's back with new music, a five-track E.P titled, Vol 1., which includes the single Be More Careful.