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26
MAY

GUEST PRESENTER - SISONKE MSIMANG

Our guest presenter was writer and activist, Sisonke Msimang, who works on race, gender, democracy and politics. She is the author of Always Another Country and The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela.
26
MAY

INTERVIEW - LIFECHEQ

Abu Addae, CEO and co-founder of LifeCheq talks about this innovative tech-based personal finance startup that makes holistic independent advice accessible to more people.
26
MAY

THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS & GRIOTS

Professor Gilbert Rochon, Co-Chair of the Higher Education Initiative of the New York-based African Renaissance and Diaspora Network and Bebe Oyegun-Adeoye, business consultant at Talent Talks Africa, share their stories of the week. Prof Rochon focused on forced migration from Africa, during the slave trade to North and South America and Oyegun-Adeoye, focused on the strides made, challenges and opportunities in corporate Africa
25
MAY

INTERVIEW - EPICURE

Award winning chef and owner, Coco Reinarhz, joined us in-studio to talk African cuisine on Africa Day and about his new restaurant,Epicure
25
MAY

INTERVIEW - VAGABOND

Author and traveller, Lerato Mogoatlhe, talks about her book "Vagabond - Wandering through Africa on faith" that tells the story of her travels through the continent
25
MAY

INTERVIEW - READING AND RUNNING

During the 50th Anniversary of the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon held on the 20 April 2019, Advocate Marukgwane Moremogolo ran reading Zakes Mda’s The Zulus of New York.

He spoke to us about the purpose of reading a book while running, to raise awareness of the importance of books and literacy.

The campaign will see Advocate Moremogolo running the second half of Comrades Marathon reading a book to raise more than 600 books for the National Book Week in September 2019.
19
MAY

GUEST PRESENTER – GREGORY MAQOMA

Internationally renowned dancer and choreographer Gregory Maqoma spoke about his illustrious career which started in the late 1980’s. We are later joined by his two guests : textile and knitwear designer, Laduma Ngxokolo and Thuthuka Sibisi -Composer, director and theatre-maker.

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