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26
FEB
11am

DOWN TO EARTH WITH ANGIE KHUMALO

While still a tv presenter, Kamo rented a farm in Zuurbekom in 2013 and started training in poultry farming.
She registered her company shortly after and hired 3 people for the day to day running of the farm.
In 2014 via the AGri Park for youth and women initiative, she was awarded 1 hectare of land to continue farming where she started with 2500 broiler chickens.
Presently the company caters to several outlets and restaurants in and around Joburg.
26
FEB
11am

THE CONNECTING ROOM

There comes a time in everyone’s life when you break away from your family.
Despite each of us eventually breaking through the normal cycle of leaving home and starting our own life, many of us still feel obligated to our family, more specifically our parents.
We feel like we have to choose a specific career path or be with a specific type of person for marriage and beyond.
It’s like this unspoken obligation to please our parents, except we know that it can’t last forever and there’s got to be another way.
26
FEB
11am

THE HOT BOX

Public Works and Infrastructure Department will be giving parcels of land back to disposed families.
Department Minister Patricia de Lille mad the announced On Sunday saying the land will be released in line with the government’s commitment to land restitution, redistribution and tenure.
Following her appointment, De Lille had indicated that the issue of spatial planning would also be one of the issues that she would take up as part of doing away with apartheid spatial planning which placed black people away from their workplaces and job opportunities.
De Lille said she had already signed off numerous requests for releasing land under the custodianship of her department for human settlements and restitution purposes over the past ten months.
25
FEB
11am

MAKING CENTS

Welcome to another enlightening episode of Making Cents, our financial education feature brought to you by our financially-savvy friends at Ubank.
Generally, most people go into romantic relationships not only for love and romance, but also to build a future together. - Which financial decisions can they make to enable them to grow financially as individuals and as a collective?
In today’s episode, we continue our month of love conversations on relationships and money. On the line is financial expert, Craig Gradidge. Craig will unpack some of the positive financial habits that couples can adopt in order to lead financially sound lifestyles.
You can also join the conversation by sending a Voice Note to 072 360 5392 with any question you may have on adopting positive financial habits. You can also tag us on @MetroFMSA using the hashtag #KingsSuite during the show. Ubank is available on Twitter and Facebook @ubankSA, if you’d like to continue the conversation beyond this feature use the #CouplesAndFinances
Craig, thank you for joining us on the Kings Suite.
25
FEB
11am

THE CONNECTING ROOM

filmmaker Steven Spielberg is reportedly feeling embarrassed by his daughter Mikaela’s recent admission that she wants to be an adult entertainer.
The filmmaker’s 23-year-old daughter announced last week that she was embarking on a solo career in the porn industry and is currently working to get her licence to become an exotic dancer.
Mikaela has said she considers herself a "sexual creature" and she "got really tired of not being able to capitalise" on her body.
Reports says her parents, Steven and Kate, are very supportive of their daughter and her siblings.
25
FEB
11am

THE GAME ZONE

REP YOUR TURF
A team consists of 3 - 5 people per city/town.
“team names -you get to name your own team when you come to the show”
Decipher the answer from the provided clues.
presenter gives the clues for them to give the final answer
30 second timer per team
25
FEB
11am

THE HOT BOX

Residents from Soweto, Alexandra, Tembisa, Eldorado Park and the Vaal held a shutdown today.
They want load shedding and electricity cut offs to end.
The organising groups say Government and Eskom are not taking the crisis of electricity supply seriously.
According to reports Residents held a rally on Sunday to challenge a R18bn electricity bill and were furious about eskom’s “bulllying tactics” aimed at Soweto and other poor areas.
Today blocked roads and interfere with shopping malls and business operations in targeted areas.
In January, Eskom warned it was continuing with a campaign it started in Gauteng last year to cut off power to users who had failed to pay or rigged illegal connections.
Gauteng Eskom spokesperson Reneiloe Semenya said at the time the utility's campaign to install prepaid meters in private homes was gaining momentum, but that some users sought to undermine the campaign by using fraudulent electricity tokens from bogus metering companies or tampering with the meters
24
FEB
12pm

PUSHA PHANDA

Jobs portal CareerJunction published its latest jobs index earlier this month, showing the most in-demand skills in South Africa right now.
It noted that job search and hiring activity increased in January, with the top employment sectors being architecture & engineering, information technology, business & management, sales, and finance.
Trending jobs in South Africa include executive management, director, bookkeeping and systems and network administration, it said.
The CareerJunction Index sits at 94 index points in January.
Hiring activity increased by 6% and job search activity grew by 12%.
24
FEB
11am

THE GAME ZONE

ROYAL DASH
TEAM SPHE VS TEAM NAvES
EACH TEAM HAS 25 seconds TO ANSWER 5 QUESTIONS
SFX - 25 TIMER, BUZZER, APPLAUSE, SCATHING LAUGHTER
24
FEB
11am

THE CONNECTING ROOM

There is a common understanding that as parents the most difficult conversation you can have with you children is about sex. But what about discussions on race, crime, prison and so on.
A recent article spoke about how a family member was murdered.
The adults were mindful of not speaking about the act of murder in front of their children, who are nearing two and five.
But somewhere, the children had heard and while on a usual errand the 5 year old asked what is murder.
24
FEB
11am

THE HOT BOX

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the national health insurance schema will be applied in stage until the entire country is covered by 2025.
The NHI Bill was published last year and aims to provide equitable quality health services for all South Africans.
In hi weekly newsletter President Ramaphosa said national public hearings showed overall support for the plan.
Written submission on the bill ran from September until November 2020 which were then followed by provincial public hearings which are almost done.
This weekend officials were in Gauteng listening to people’s views on the proposed system.

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