Bizarrely, there is a possibility that we may become less civil towards each other, if we don't treat machines like humans.LISTEN TO PODCAST
He's acted, presented on TV, worked in radio, does voice overs and is the man that many South Africans see first thing every morning.
Graeme Richards joined Sechaba G on Movers & Shakers and they chatted about his journey through his career in the SA media indrustry.
Alice Wamundiya comes from a background where the importance of education is emphasised. When she settled in South Africa after her family fled the Rwandan genocide, she decided to help other refugees and asylum-seekers with their education.
After she fought very hard to get into university, she managed to obtain a BA degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Development Studies and is currently working on her PhD at UWC, broadly looking at Migration and Displacement under the UWC’s Centre for Humanity Research.
South African international boxing judge and referee, Stanley Christodoulou, talks about the times he shared with Muhammad Ali during his work as a referee, the fights he won and how Ali was as a human being outside of the boxing ring. Christodoulou says he was honoured to have met the boxing legend.LISTEN TO PODCAST
He's connected 300 000 young engineers, has 400 patents and solved the world's dirty water crisis. But you have not heard of him.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Cape Town-born Liesl Tommy earned a Best Director nomination for the play Eclipsed, at the 70th Tony Awards.
The play is written by Dana Gurira, and the cast is lead by Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong'o.
Tommy speaks to #NightTalk's Gugu Mhlungu and Wasanga Mehana.
Congressman Charles Rangel declared 9 May as "Duma Ndlovu and Mbongeni Ngema Day" in Harlem, New York.
Playwright and director, Duma Ndlovu, talks to #NightTalk's, Gugs Mhlungu and Wasanga Mehana about his work in South African art.
Banetsi Mphunga bought a VW microbus and started providing counselling services to marginalised youth in Cape Town townships.
Mphunga says he has provided counselling to youth who have had the most adverse experiences.
And not only did she get to watch one of the most iconic motor races around, she did it from a boat!LISTEN TO PODCAST
Nthabeleng Likotsi, Executive Chairperson of The Young Women in Business Network, spoke to #NightTalk's Gugs and Wasanga about her journey to forming South Africa's first female-led cooperative bank, and the best ways to support local stokvels and cooperatives.LISTEN TO PODCAST