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01
JUL
7am

In Your Garden There Is Healing

Healing can begin in your garden and here on Life Happens we believe we can all start and care for your own little piece of soil to help us not only with subsistence farming for our families during these difficult time but to also be aware and work with plants that may bring great energy in our spaces.

GUEST : JEAN FRANCOIS SOBIECKI - Ethnobotanist, medicinal plant researcher, and qualified nutritionist
30
JUN
8am

Young In South Africa – Construction

Hlayisani Sono, a builder believes she has what it takes to be a player in this male-dominated industry of construction. As a young entrepreneur she is faced with many challenges but is ready to persevere.

GUEST : HLAYISANI SONO – Builder
30
JUN
8am

Who Was Can Themba

Daniel Canodoce "Can" Themba (21 June 1924 – 1968) was a South Afri-can short-story writer. Born in Marabastad, near Pretoria, he wrote most of his work in Sophiatown. He was a student at Fort Hare University College, where he received an English degree (first-class) and a teacher's diploma.

GUEST: Dr SIPHIWO MAHALA - Novelist & Playwright / Phd on Can Themba/

GUEST: SELLO MAAKE KA NCUBE - Actor and played Can Themba on stage on the production “The House of Truth”
30
JUN
7am

Great Ability

Blind SA has accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of having failed in his constitutional duty, by not signing the long awaited Copyright Amendment Bill into law.
The Copyright Amendment Bill was referred to the President in March 2019 and has been in his in-tray since.

Guest: JACE NAIR – CEO BLIND SA
30
JUN
7am

FROM THE TAXI OWNER’S MOUTH what is the resolution

“Let us pay taxis the R20 000 they want” this is what VICTOR KGOMOESWANA author of Africa is Open for Business and Speaker on Afri-can business affairs. Upward of 15 million commuter trips daily would not happen without taxis. Yet only buses and trains are subsidized by the gov-ernment. Let us take this subsidy discourse further to show how elitist we are.

GUEST: VICTOR KGOMOESWANA - author of Africa is Open for Business and Speaker on African business affairs./ 082 495 0093

GUEST: TAXI OWNER – Mr Ratsweu

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