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Breast Cancer is the most common cancer among South African women of all races. It is vital that we educate ourselves on how to live with, prevent and or combat cancer. SA’s leading dietician, Mr Omy Naidoo educated SA on how a healthy lifestyle can limit your risk of contracting cancer
October is rightfully dedicated to breast cancer awareness, as it has become the leading cancer in women of all races across SA. Dr Carmen James educated and enlightened listeners on causes, symptoms, treatment options as well lifestyle changes one needs to make in order to limit the risk of cancer.
From the depths of poverty, walking the streets selling samosa’s and murku and doing whatever it took to feed a hungry family, petrol attendant, grocery store packer and sweeper, Nolan Pillay shared his story of triumph. Nolan is now a CEO and founder of his own company. His story provided motivation and inspiration for listeners.
Trafficking of children is becoming an income revenue stream for organized crime and for gangs. So where they would typically be selling guns and drugs, they are now selling children. KZN acting director Adeshni Naicker got real about this stark reality, providing tips and measures to be practiced that will ensure our children’s safety.
Therapeutic communication with Head of Hospital and CEO, Dr Jay Mannie, who will discussed the importance of Psychosocial care. Current evidence suggests that effective psychosocial care improves patients health outcomes and quality of life. An informative, entertaining and enlightening interview.
Humanitarian and Gay Liberation activist, Daniel Rudy Chettiar otherwise known as Daniella Simone Keisha, is proud to be gay! Walk the Talk, Where we give YOU a Voice, provided that platform to shed light on a culturally taboo topic, this interview assisted many listeners with information and insight, in an effort to minimize judgement and marginalization of the LGBTQ community.
23-year-old, recording artist, musician and soul singer- Jono Johansen of SA reality TV star fame, walked listeners through his journey of success in the music industry. Jono, has innate talent as well as technical music training par excellence. Jono played his not to be released single “notch” for the first time on SA airwaves on Walk the Talk.
You can miss a facial but not a papsmear! 1 in 42 South African woman are affected by Cervical Cancer, the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options were discussed by Dr Nqobile Sithole-Mhlongo, as well many questions by listeners were answered, an informative interview.
A Heritage Day Special, interview with His Excellency Shri Jaideep Sarkar the High Commisioner of India to SA, highlighting the importance of SA & India relations and how postively Mahatma Gandhi ji influenced the passive movement of the freedom fighters, namely, Tata Madiba.
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