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18
JAN
7am

Chow Down Friday – Mogodu Mondays

Mogodu Mondays – why is there a growing trend of serving tripe on Mondays? When did Monday nights become ‘play nights’?

Guest (phone): Sbu Hlongwane – CEO Siyabangena Group / Dudu and Thenjiwe - Chefs
18
JAN
7am

The Disclaimer

Hilarious, exciting and extra large on humor Abuti Lolo is an MC, Comedian and Ubumnandi Distributor.

The perfect man to come to any function and ensure that it is fun. He was given the title Ubumnandi Distributor from one of his clients and has since never given up on that title because of constant reaffirmations. He believes that life is very tricky, it has its ups and downs but when an opportunity to have fun presents itself one should always grab it with both hands because one will never know whose life is about to change forever.
He has experience in many different types of events such as weddings, music festivals, birthday celebrations, award evenings and many more.

GUEST: Abuti Lolo –MC and Comedian
18
JAN
6am

Tourism Feature – Tshuku's Transport and Tours

Tshuku Tours is an inbound tour operator located in The Cradle of Humankind, Gauteng with operations throughout South Africa.
We specialize in Heritage & Cultural tours, Township Experiences, Adventure and Leisure tours, Incentive Tours and Safari tours.
We also provide Point to Point Shuttles and Transfers & Chauffeur Services throughout South Africa. We are SATSA (Southern Africa Tourism Services Associations) members and TCTC (The Cradle Tourism Company) members

Guest: Mpho Mache – Director at Tshuku's Transport and Tours
18
JAN
6am

Fresha Frestival 2019 - What could be more quintessentially Durban than a summer festival of free family theatre

The Fresha Festival of free fun family al-fresco theatre will be staged for the third time on Durban’s North Beach at the end of the school holidays for three days on 18, 19, 20 January.

The Fresha team has selected a programme of vibrant, engaging works that are non-verbal and last just 15-20 minutes. All the shows are in the daylight, in the open-air and free to all. The format of the day for Saturday and Sunday is similar with shows which are accessible to people of all ages, family-friendly and from all walks of life. Festival Director Emma Durden considered: “What could be more quintessentially Durban than a summer festival of free family theatre?

Guest: Emma Durden – Director of the Fresha Festival
17
JAN
7am

Umrhabulo – SA History Lesson

THE RENAMING OF STREETS, CITIES AND INSTITUTIONS IN POST-APARTHEID SA: where did it all begin; what is the significance thereof; how does government choose a place that needs to be renames and who to name it after; and some of the implications that come with renaming (e.g. are there consultation meetings with the community; costs that need to be considered)

Guest : Advocate Sipho Mantula - Researcher for the Institute for Dispute Resolution in Africa
17
JAN
7am

RELATIONSHIP DESK: Pastors and divorce

Why are we seeing an increase in the number of pastor/preachers who get divorced? Does this not nullify the messages that they give and the role that they play in the marriage counseling and conducting wedding ceremonies? Should a divorced pastor retain his position and serve the church?

GUEST : Solomon Izang Ashoms – Christian Activist and Journalist
17
JAN
6am

Mob Justice in SA: Is this an indication of the communities’ frustration with crime

The recent mob attack in Hillbrow left many people shocked as residents watched a man (who was being accused of stabbing someone) being burn to death. Is this the community’s way of voicing frustrations with the SAPS and the way the respond to crime? And is it the right way to voice these frustrations? Is mob justice the only avenue that communities can take when playing their part in the fight against crime?

Guest : Dereleen James - Community Safety Leader and Anti-Drug Activist from Eldorado Park
guest: Captain Kay Makhubela – Gauteng SAPS Spokesperson
16
JAN
8am

BUSINESS FORUM: The Wine Business in SA.

There seems to be an increasing presence of females in the wine industry. And with South African wines being ranked among some of the best in the world, it would be quite interesting to know how women are doing in this business and what changes they have brought along with them
We’ll also sample some of the Cheese and Wine offerings from Odd Wine Out

Guest: Sharon Cao - Owner of Odd Wine Out - @oddwineout
16
JAN
7am

BEYOND THE SPOTLIGHT – Carol Bouwer

Carol Bouwer is a South African television presenter, producer and production company owner best known for hosting - and later producing - the SABC talk show Motswako: The Mix.
Born in Soweto, Carol always wanted to be on television. Her screen career started with a presenting job on a commercial channel but her first big break came with the opportunity to present the youth dating show, Buzz.
Her next step was to co-present Motswako, but after a year she realised that her passion lay in producing - not only in presenting. She took over the production of Motswako, which continues to air today.
Her production company - Carol Bouwer Productions - produced numerous successful television series and documentaries, including Nowhere Land and Hooked.
She is involved in several business projects and divides her time between her family, her business interests and her television productions.
As a TV anchor and presenter, Carol interviewed numerous statesmen, celebrities, business people and others.
16
JAN
6am

WORDS OF WISDOM

The break-in at the less-than-one-week old Menzi Primary School in Tsakane

Guest: Bishop Joshua Maponga
16
JAN
6am

Racism in SA post-apartheid

Are we battling with race relations as a nation but too angry to admit that we’re battling? Are we so angry with each other to a point where we’re endangering our children (physically and psychologically)? Or would it be foolish of us to think that race issues will not affect the coming generations?

Guest (phone): Khwezi Mabasa - Part-time political science lecturer at the University of Pretoria and Researcher in the Faculty of Political Economy at MISTRA (Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection)
15
JAN
7am

DISABILITY FEATURE: Access to public transport for people with disabilities

Many disabled people dread travelling on public transport because of the lack of facilities, especially for wheelchairs. Though the many municipalities have introduced bus services that cater for wheelchair users, the situation hasn’t improved. Some of these buses are not serviced regularly and wheelchair users are still faced with trauma of having to rely of few commuters to help and carry they them into the bus. We also find people who are impatient and unfair – those who refuse to give up the priority seats or those who threatened to get off the taxi, should a drive stop for a disabled person.

Guest: Llyod Babedi – DJ Bucks – Disability Activist

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