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Hanging out with Swazi Dlamini
We were first introduced to AWARD-WINNING legendary jazz and gospel singer Swazi Dlamini 20 years ago when she released her iconic debut album, My First Love, in 2003. She joins us in studio today to celebrate her victory at the Crown gospel awards.
Mindful eating - diet and the festive season
Mindful eating - diet and the festive seasonFood is a big part of celebrations, and the festive season comes with a long list of tempting dishes. It's common for some of us to overindulge, particularly during the festive season. We are in conversation with Human nutrition lecturer at Makgato Health…
FESTIVE BUDGET: avoiding credit card debt
Is the thought of your New Year credit card bill taking the sparkle out of the festivities? As the holiday season fast approaches many people can find themselves falling into a festive debt trap and spending money they don’t have on expensive gifts. With the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, there’s …
National bartender day
Whether you're planning on going out to a bar or restaurant in your neighborhood, make a trek to a new spot in town, or share a drink with your favorite bar tending friend, Today is the day to show your appreciation for all the mixologists out there. we are joined by our favourite bartender and Own…
Ramaphosa’s decision to seal CR17 bank statements and ministers performance appraisals
We are in conversation with Political analyst, Thamsanqa Malinga as we take a look at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to keep the cabinet performance review confidential “so as not to embarrass the executive” and the presidents failure to conduct lifestyle audits.
how to survive the upcoming holidays when you are a people’s pleaser
It’s almost time for the Holidays and we all know what that means — your pushy family is coming over and as we grow older many of us are realising that just because we’ve always done something one way, doesn’t mean it has to stay that way forever. Different seasons of life, and parenting, may allow…
Access to books for the visually impaired
With many of us far removed from their reality is the fact that for persons with visual impairments and blindness, access to reading materials is often an uphill battle. Currently South Africa’s copyright laws prohibit books being published in Braille or other formats accessible to people who are …
POWER PLUG: Pheli Shandis food and beverage
As we enter the festive season we are looking at small businesses as we spotlight entrepreneurs particularly in the food and beverage sector. Today we speak to budding entrepreneur and the founder of Pheli Shandis food and beverage, Oratile Mogoru who stated her home based restaurant in Atteridgevi…
South African comedy is taking on a new life after Now that sign language is recognised as the 12th official lingo in Mzansi, sign language activist Andiswa Gebashe is collaborating with South African stand up comedians in an attempt to incorporate sign into stand-up comedy.