Book review and Profiling Cheeky Natives.
Co-founder of Cheeky Natives, Dr Alma-Nalisha Cele profile Cheeky Natives and reviews ‘Behold the Dreamers’ by Imbolo Mbue and ‘Eyebags & Dimples’ by Bonnie Henna.
How to deal with survival guilt?
Clinical Psychologist, Khosi Jiyane gave advise on how to deal with survival guilt especially now during the time where we are battling with a pandemic.
Profile Guest: Lesego Semenya (LesDaChef)
Founder of LesDaChef Culinary Solutions (Pty) Ltd and Executive Chef Lesego Semenya spoke of his upbringing in Soweto, what iinspired him to become a chef and what he still wants to achieve when it comes to the culinary industry in the coming years.
Movie Review: promising young woman
Movie critic Gayle Edmunds reviewed the movie a promising young woman which stars Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie amoung other and is directed and written by Emerald Fennell.
Is the world running out of time to keep temperatures down
Earthlife director Makoma Lekalakala spoke on the steps in which the government and the citizens in South Africa can take in making sure we assist improving the climate
3 steps to getting ahead of debt
Certified Financial Planner Paul Roelofse, gives tips on how to get ahead of your debts as Janu-worry has arrived.
3 ways to help your child start the 2021 school year smart
FUTURELIFE Dietitian, Bianca Jonischkeit gave tips on healthy food choice and how one Stand a chance to win a years' worth of school fees in 2021.
Huge blow to restoration as SA’s largest estuarine lake
CSI & Nature Conservationist Tim Neary explained why ecological experts were speaking against the artificial breaching of the Lake St Lucia estuary, a multimillion ecological restoration project financed by the World Bank. He also spoke to the author of "Wild Flowers of the Limpopo Valley" Retha va…
How to balance my diet when exercising?
Dietician Kamo Nkoane gives advise on how to balance your diet when exercising and the common mistakes people do when trying to lose weight.
Lockdown stole happiness and joy during the festive season
Wellbeing economist, Professor Talita Greyling gave us details on how the lockdown affected people's happiness during the festive season with many people being overwhelmed by anger and sadness.