Life 'n Style

LOTUS FM  |  Podcast , ±14 min episodes every 1 week, 3 days  | 
Life ‘n Style is a mid-morning music request and infotainment show that provides relevant programming to its core audience in the form of features, interviews, and competitions. It is also a women's magazine program. All features showcase current medical, general health and fitness advice, legal advice, financial advice, alternative remedies for common ailments, relationship advice, zodiac signs, as well as style and beauty tips.

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Interview with Marine Biologist Jamila Janna

Zakia Ahmed Siddiqi hosted Jamila Janna,
a marine biologist. She spoke about her winning pitch at the Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress 2019, which enabled her to produce 'Hluleka’, a marine conservation themed documentary.
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#NationalBookWeek Interview with Les Govender

National Book Week is being commemorated until Sunday13th September 2020.
Zakia Ahmed Siddiqi hosted Les Govender to chat about his passion for literacy and his personal efforts to promote reading amongst the youth.
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#MedicalFile – Heart Awareness Month Interview with Professor Pamela Naidoo CEO of Heart & Stroke Foundation SA

#HeartAwarenessMonth #Covid19 #ChooseLife
In South Africa, one in every five deaths are caused by Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). September is Heart Awareness Month and in commemoration, Zakia Ahmed Siddiqi chatted to Professor Pamela Naidoo, CEO of The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa, about the key risk factors for CVD, hypertension being the silent killer and heart disease patients being more vulnerable to contracting the Coronavirus.

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