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26
JUN
12pm

THE CONNECTING ROOM

A kiss is a classic sign of affection.
But for as simple as this gesture is, there is a lot that can go wrong when you're kissing someone.
a 2007 study of over 200 people IN THE JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY asked: "Have you ever found yourself attracted to someone, only to discover after kissing them for the first time that you were no longer interested?"
It found that over 60% of people have had this experience.
26
JUN
12pm

THE HOT BOX

the Global Goal: Unite for Our Future—The Concert, will debut on tomorrow Saturday, June 27 2020 at 21H30 – 23H30 on Sabc 3.
this globally televised and digitally streamed special which will highlight the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has on marginalized communities - including people of colour, those living in extreme poverty and others facing discrimination.
The Concert hosted will be Dwayne Johnson and will feature performances from Chloe x Halle, Jennifer Hudson, Quavo, Usher, Yemi Alade and many others.
The virtual broadcast will celebrate innovators, scientists, health workers, activists and organisations working to develop and distribute COVID-19 tests, treatments and vaccines to everyone and everywhere who need them.
25
JUN
12pm

TECH ME TO THE FUTURE

Stellenbosch-based fintech startup Paymenow has concluded an initial equity investment round with ViaMedia for a R4 million equity stake.
Paymenow offers financial inclusivity through a responsible early access to wages platform, enabled via a secure mobile app, developed specifically for the South African market.
Paymenow uses gamification to drive financial education and inclusion amongst its users, and is working with South African employers to help move South Africans out of a vicious debt cycle and into a savings mindset.
25
JUN
12pm

GAME ZONE

Where in the world is Sipho?
Use the offered clued to guess where in the world is Sipho
[create a character -Sipho- who can be anywhere - max 3 clues, sfx, very descriptive]
25
JUN
12pm

THE CONNECTING ROOM

you were probably taught to never lie:
Your parents likely preached the power of the truth.
Your partner told you honesty matters most.
But researchers say there is a lot we get wrong about deception, truth-telling and trust—and that, if mastered, lying the right way can actually help build connections, trust and businesses.
Maurice Schweitzer is a professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania who studies deception and trust.
He says we should be teaching our kids, students and employees when and how to lie.
The professor says You’re more likely to be lied to and told to lie than you even realize, too—think of scenarios like your mom reminding you to tell your grandmother you enjoyed her meal, or you giving feedback to a co-worker that doesn’t capture the whole truth.
25
JUN
12pm

THE HOT BOX

In his new supplementary national budget, finance minister Tito Mboweni has warned that taxes will be increased by R5 billion next year, and R10 billion in the following year.
In 2023/2024, taxes may be hiked by another R10 billion, and with an almighty R15 billion in 2024/25.
Mboweni said that the tax hikes – along with spending cuts of R230 billion over the next two years – will be necessary as a result of the sharp decline in tax revenue this year.
Due to the economic impact of the global pandemic, Treasury expects to miss its tax target by more than R300 billion this year.
Treasury warned Government is spending far more than it collects in revenue and As a result, debt has mushroomed.
Gross government debt will rise to almost 82% of GDP this year, from around 64% last year.
24
JUN
12pm

DOWN TO EARTH WITH ANGIE KHUMALO

Thanda is 25 years old.
He obtained a Diploma in Agricultural Management at Cedara College of Agriculture.
He majored in Beef Production, small stock Production and Game Ranch Management.
Thanda manages an operation that has 452 cattle, a chicken shed that accommodates 1200 chicken at a time.
they produce their own seedlings and have 6 hectares of arable land under irrigation.
24
JUN
12pm

THE CONNECTING ROOM

A 2016 US survey showed 21.8 percent of car owners are clueless about changing a tyre.
Even fewer drivers know how to change their car’s oil with 36 percent identifying as clueless.
24
JUN
12pm

THE HOT BOX

June 23 is International Widows Day - a united national ratified day of action to address the "poverty and injustice faced by millions of widows and their dependents in many countries.
A 2010 book, Invisible, Forgotten Sufferers: The Plight of Widows Around the World, estimates that there are 245 million widows worldwide, 115 million of whom live in poverty and suffer from social stigmatisation and economic deprivation purely because they have lost their husbands.
The 2016 background study to the World Bank Group Africa poverty report showed African men spend far more of their lives married than African women.
As a result, one in 10 African women 15 and older are widows.
And these women are much more likely to head their own households; 72% are heads of the family.
23
JUN
12pm

MAKING CENTS

Tomorrow Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will present a new, emergency national budget.
The new budget will have to reflect billions in lost tax revenue due to the lockdown, and large sums of extra money – not budgeted for in February – that government committed to support the economy and its citizens during the crisis.
Mboweni has warned that South Africa is now on track to have a debt burden bigger than its current GDP 2024.
This means that it may have to ask the International Monetary Fund for help.
The finance minister says The only option is a deep cut to state expenses now and To do this, he wants to adopt zero-based budgeting.
23
JUN
12pm

GAME ZONE

rep your turf
Team sphe vs team naves
Only the clues provided can be used.
You get 3 clues only

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