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25
AUG

GUEST PRESENTER – HILARY BILLER

Our guest presenter was foodie, author, TV cook and mother, Hilary Biller. The Sunday Times Food Weekly editor spoke to us about her illustrious career writing for publications and publishing food books.

We were also joined by Jenny bell, sister of Hillary who is a social worker that has established an NGO Justice & Woman.

Chef Zola Nene, who joined the Expresso show on SABC 3 as food stylist and resident chef after a stint as catering manager in Johannesburg, also joined the conversation .
25
AUG

INTERVIEW – GENDER INEQUALITY

Anne Githuku-Shongwe, a representative of UN Women South Africa’s Multi-Country Office spoke to us about the UN Women collaborating with Dove to host a masterclass during Loeries Creative Week at the Durban ICC, to advance #ProjectShowUs, an initiative by Dove, that concerns itself with the representation and inclusion of all women and non-binary individuals in media campaigns, across the world.
25
AUG

INTERVIEW - RUTH FIRST JEPPE MEMORIAL TRUST

Mandisa Yende and Heaven Nen, are Grade 11 pupils at Jeppe High School for Girls. They spoke to us about The Ruth First Jeppe Memorial Trust that is holding a fundraising concert on Friday, August 31.
The concert is Part of Jeppe High School for Girls’ annual initiative to provide scholarships to deserving young women to develop them into principled leaders, the “Ruth First Jeppe Fiesta” takes place at Wits University’s Linder Auditorium at 7.30pm.
25
AUG

THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Our two Thought Leaders today were Latiefa Mobara, Executive Director of The Press Council and Professor Firoz Cachalia, the new Chairperson of the Board of the Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation.

Latiefa spoke about the Council announcing that it has translated the Press Code into isiZulu and Afrikaans. Professor Firoz spoke about his new role and the vision of The Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation.
25
AUG

INTERVIEW- NEW FRAME

Monica Laganparsad, news editor at New Frame, spoke to us about the not-for-profit, social justice media publication. New Frame IS dedicated to a pro-poor, pro-working class focus that aims to report faithfully and informatively about the lives and struggles of working class people, the marginalised and the unemployed, shack dwellers and refugees.
24
AUG

INTERVIEW - BORN TO KWAITO

Co-authors Sihle Mthembu and Esinako Ndabeni spoke to us about their book called Born to Kwaito. Born to Kwaito revisits history as told through the vibrant lens of Kwaito, which is more than just music. Kwaito presented a new unbridled expression of Black South African youths.
24
AUG

FEEDBACK– SPIER WINE FARM

Frans K. Smit, Cellar Master at Spier Wine Farm spoke to us about Spier Wine Farm launching a brand new wine range – Seaward. The aptly titled Seaward range is comprised of a sophisticated, lightly-wooded Chardonnay and a layered, spicy Shiraz.
24
AUG

INTERVIEW – THE MUFFIN KING

Anathi Nonxuba spoke to us about his muffin business, The Muffin King. His business drive has attracted more than 17,000 followers on Facebook and he receives invitations from local businesses to give motivational talks. He sells about 500 muffins a day , making an average of R1 500 a day.
24
AUG

INTERVIEW – SMARTICK

We spoke to Javier Aroyyo co-founder of Smartick a math program developed by a team of Educators, Psychologists, Mathematicians, and Engineers, and supported by the European Union.

Smartick has helped children in over 100 countries improve their grades by 83%. It's a revolutionary program that is also helping SA with its math crisis.
24
AUG

INTERVIEW – WHY WE SHOULD PAY TAX

Marc Sevitz, co-founder of TaxTim spoke to us about the significance of paying your taxes as a citizen.

The aim of TaxTim is to assist taxpayers who are unable to afford the traditional tax practitioner, have trouble understanding the complexities of eFiling or cannot take the time off work to stand in a SARS queue.
24
AUG

INTERVIEW – BORIS THE BABYBOT

Murray Hunter, creator of ‘Boris the Babybot’ & South African privacy activist
has written a children’s book about surveillance. He spoke to us about Boris the BabyBot, a quirky little robot with a single mission: to track and profile babies for the Big Data industry.

'Boris the BabyBot' is a silly, subversive and delightful storybook that invites kids to imagine the secret workings of the global data industry, through the eyes of a squiggly robot with wiggly arms

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