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23
MAY
7am

DO GOODER

Community-based Prevention and Empowerment Strategies in South Africa is a multiple award-winning organization whose main aim is to prevent Violence Against Children.

guest: Dr Nobs Mwanda - CEO of COPESSA
23
MAY
7am

TRENDING TOPICS

guest: Sthembiso Sithole is a Social media Specialist and Senior Content Manager at DNA Brand Architects.
22
MAY
8am

Wednesday Review

She’s written a book called Kahano The Farmer. It tells a story about an inquisitive child preferring to spend time with his Grandfather in the farm.

His occasional drive to the farm with his Grandfather pleases him the most. He learns how to work the land, feed animals and take care of the crops. While his Grandmother is affectionate but also a disciplinarian who takes care of the house. She's a three-dimensional woman who imparts wisdom to her grandson that he will find useful even long after she’s gone.

The book’s original title is Molemi yo o Bidiwang Aganang becaue it was written in Setswana and translated in nine official South African languages. The book places its characters in relatable situations where grandparents show children how to realise their full potential in reaching their dreams whilst tapping into their innermost even in unpleasant situations.

Guest : Author Dimakatso Mookodi
22
MAY
8am

Words Of Wisdom

Our very own South African born Isidingo Actor, Lerato Makheta has his own views about what success is. You know him for his role as Ntando Sibeko, on the SABC 3 Soapie.

Born in Soweto, bred in New York and raised in Johannesburg, Lerato’s journey in the arts began at the tender age of 10 when he auditioned for a spot in the world renowned Drakensberg Boys’ Choir School. It was there where he was classically trained as a pianist and vocalist respectively. After graduating he then extended and completed his studies in popular music at the National School of the Arts (NSA) where he played lead roles in 2 musicals in 2001 and 2002.

Lerato was driven by a burning desire and passion to explore and contribute to the world of music and acting. Over the last 15 years Lerato has successfully juggled both music and acting, and has featured in numerous Mzansi Magic and Ekasi Stories films, such as “Vacancy” “Holes In Our Souls” and “Surprise” as a lead actor
and cameo roles in “Generations” ,“Umlilo” and a feature film, “Baby Mamas”.

Guest : Isidingo Actor, Lerato Makheta
22
MAY
7am

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY – SKIN CARE

We all have different skin types, there’s dry, oily and combinations skin that can benefit from proper skin care apart from daily skin care routine that cleanses, moisturizes and protects your skin.

Today on Wellness Wednesday we’re joined by Dr Zama Tladi – Aesthetician and Founder of Nubian Medical Aesthetics to give us some beauty tips.

Guest: Dr Zama Tladi – Aesthetician and Founder of Nubian Medical Aesthetics
22
MAY
7am

Trending Topics

we’ve been tracking the day’s trending topics to keep you informed in case you missed it. Social Media Commentator and Friend of the show’s, Bongani Drama has what’s got everybody talking today.

Guest: Bongani Drama
21
MAY
8am

TALK ABOUT IT TUESDAY – DOES HEIGHT MATTER IN DATING

So we know that size matters in a relationship, well that’s debatable but does height?
I’ve always thought that as a lady, you have to wear your all of your confidence with your heels to tower over your partner. But some people actually don’t mind it, a lot of women date shorter men and a lot shorter men prefer taller women.
I mean personally I can think of a challenge or two but I’ve never been in that position before. Absolutely NO pun intended there.

guest: comedian Thabang ER
21
MAY
7am

Travel Tuesday

We take you to Tanzania to a tropical Island of Unguja known as Zanzibar. It’s our dream destination and we want to invite you too.

Apart from its gorgeous blue beaches, Zanzibar is also known as a spice island. That’s because it exports spices like cloves, vanilla, nutmeg and cardamom across the world. The spices were brought over from Asia and South America and flourished in the tropical climes. These days the plantations are a tribute to the island’s past, swapping spices for tourism, combining both in a spice tour, one of the most popular excursions on the island.
While you’re there you can also sail away on a magical sunset cruise around the beautiful island of Unguja, but hey I’m not one to really tell you about Zanzibar because it’s still on my bucket list

Guest: John Ridler - PR and Media Manager at Thompson’s Holidays.
21
MAY
7am

Trending Topics

Senior Public Relations Specialist at Ditshego Media and Friend of the show’s Sibonisile Ngubane has been following some of the day’s Trending Topics very closely just to fill you in, In Case You Missed. She joins us now with that update.

Guest: Sibonisile Ngubane

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