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19
JAN
7am

Higher Education

In a Media Briefing Yesterday; Higher Education minister Blade Nzimande announced that South Africa’s universities and colleges are on track to complete the 2020 and 2021 academic years.

GUEST: Deputy Minister Department of Higher Education Buti Manamela.
19
JAN
6am

Preservation of cultural practices

The Preservation of our Indigenous Cultural Practices is not an area we are excelling in.
With so many people, parents and household leaders passing away due to covid.

Each tribe, clan and family may have its standard cultural practices it has always followed and we become more westernized we fail to document and pass on the knowledge for future generations.

GUEST: Prof Abel Pienaar - Consultant and Technical Advisor - Health Reform and Innovative Education.
18
JAN
7am

Opportunity: The NBI

The NBI is a not for profit development organization that works to address South Africa’s most pressing social and environmental challenges

GUEST: Ruth Carol Troskie – Leads The Programme TAMDEV (Technical assistance, Mentorship and Development )
18
JAN
6am

Covid-19 Update

YESTERDAY (Sunday), Minister Zweli Mkhize announced that SA's cumulative Covid cases had increased by 12 267 to 1 337 926. SA Covid death is at 37 105.

GUEST: Burtram Fielding – Director of Research Development at the University of Western Cape and Virologist specializing in Covid-19
15
JAN
7am

Behind The Music Of: Winston Mamkunku Ngozi

Art Historian Percy Mabandu continues to pay tribute to the life and work of the late Saxophonist Winston Mankuku Ngozi; he passed away in 2009 and his work continues to inspire a generation.
Percy published a book in his honour, “Yakhal’inkomo: Portrait of a Jazz Classic”.

GUEST: Percy Mabandu – Art Historian and Author of Yakhal'inkomo: Portrait of a Jazz Classic.
15
JAN
6am

What brings you healing?

Has it become stronger or in need of inspiration and encouragement? What brings you healing? What music makes you feel better?

GUEST: Anele Siswana - Psychologist, Author and Academic

GUEST: Pastor Mandla Lupondwana Speaker and Director of Together & Forever / of the 7th Day Adventist Church
14
JAN
7am

The men’s forum: The Future of Initiation Schools; is it time to gather and find new ways?

The Eastern Cape government continues to call for intensification of monitoring in initiation schools to ensure there is no increase of Covid-19 and no subsequent death. Should we talk about the Future of Initiation Schools and What is the Impact of this to the young men who live this reality?

“The Eyes of the Naked” is a novel written by LITHA HERMANUS
He also wrote an Opinion Piece Entitled “Changing the narrative of hospital circumcision shame”

GUEST: Litha Hermanus

GUEST: Mamkeli Ngam - COGTA Eastern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Spokesperson
14
JAN
6am

How do we show support for grieving families in the time of covid-19?

South Africa has reported an increase in the number of Covid-19 deaths as the country faces the peak of its second infection wave.
On Wednesday (13 January) the country reported a daily increase of 806 new deaths. This follows an increase of 755 new deaths on Tuesday. Total deaths reported in the country now stands at 35,140.

GUEST : Buyisile Mncina – Counselling Psychologist
13
JAN
7am

Climate change

UP research project: Retrofitting unused spaces can help South African cities adapt to climate change.

GUEST: Jan Hugo – Lecturer in Sustainable and Climate Responsive Architecture at the University of Pretoria (UP)

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