On Legal Matter, we joined Trudi by Broekmann, Consumer Legal expert, as we look at the issue of prescription and answer a question that was posed by a listener on can pension funds be prescribed and if so, why and how does that work.
James Donald, Executive Director of DBE's E3 Programme and Ari Katz, CEO of Boston join us to discuss what do parents expect from the two severely disturbed years (as a result of Covid) of schooling that we have experienced and what can be improved upon going forward?LISTEN TO PODCAST
"Love or Lust in poly life? Could one dare to call it, 'healthy cheating'?
For tonight's Love Connection we cross over to Los Angeles, joined once again by polyamtherapist and Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Adam Sheck to explore the dynamics of finding, maintaining, and ensuring love, intimacy, healthy respect and trust in consensual non-monogamy open relationships.
Is it really possible and how?
For tonight’s Legal Matters, we look at President Ramaphosa said in the last family meeting; he spoke about government setting up a task team that will undertake broad consultations on making vaccination mandatory for specific activities and locations and Talita Laubscher, Partner at Bowmans joins us to discuss this issue.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Oliver Dickson, a former communications adviser to the home affairs ministry, a political analyst, policy and political risk consultant and radio broadcaster joins us to find out why the Lottery bidding process has still not been finalized and why Min Patel seems to be taking too long to make a decision on who would get the Lottery licence.
Aubrey spoke to a medical student, Fikile, who was told they would be placed by the 15th December 2021, for their internship and to date the dept. of health hasn't placed them and she's worried about time is running out.LISTEN TO PODCAST
We spoke to Midvaal Local Municipality Executive Mayor, Cllr Peter Texiera about his plans for the Midvaal municipality.LISTEN TO PODCAST
On Medical Matters tonight we talk to Dr Waasila Jassat, Public Health Specialist at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) about Covid & the rising numbers with children, as well as the ongoing developments around omicron.LISTEN TO PODCAST
For tonight's South Africans doing great things feature, to highlight World Aids Day which took place this past week on the 1st of December, we are joined by 24-year-old Matthew Lani, who although at this tender young age has had to learn to live with HIV as a result of being deliberately infected by a former partner, has instead decided to rise up with his status to educate, inform, and support men and woman from all demographics across South Africa as an HIV/AIDS prevention advocate, first year intern Clinical Psychologist, and co-founder and executive director of Greater Than Aids Afrika.LISTEN TO PODCAST
For tonight's profile interview we are joined by Nomsa Manaka, legendary dancer, choreographer, actress and cancer Warrior who has now been bravely Dancing Out of Cancer. Referred to as the woman who stole Hugh Masekela's heart, Manaka is also recognised as a pioneer in being the first to introduce African dance styles to the township during the 80’s, fusing the different dances from other African countries with South Africa’s contemporary township-pantsula-jive styles in the township, making her a household name, since then, travelling the world, performing to sold-out shows, choreographing unforgettable movements and inspiring a whole new generation of dancers.LISTEN TO PODCAST
For centuries, Africans have measured time, seasons and direction by the stars, and now the North-West University (NWU) in 219 conferred the continent's first PhD in African indigenous astronomy on Dr Motheo Koitsiwe. In our Kwantu feature we talk to Dr. Motheo Koitsiwe to talk about African indigenous astronomy.LISTEN TO PODCAST