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23
NOV
2021

Interview with Ngamla

Sharing his life in music with the Mid-Morning Rush is Bheki Cele, who is also known as Ngamla, a songwriter and businessman.
#purposedriven
#music
#mutradio
23
NOV
2021

GBV AGAINST MEN

It is thought that due to cultural expectations of masculinity, specifically that men are stronger than women, and because intimate partner violence against men is often not recognised, particularly when there isn’t a weapon / physical object accompanying the abuse, GBV against men is underreported.Talking to the Mid-Mornign Rush, Simphiwe Goniwe takes throuhg the depth of how GBV affects men and boys.
18
NOV
2021

Interview with Sibonga

Being single and available is something that many people seek happiness in. However, many others hate it when they can’t find a suitable partner. They don’t like the feeling of being “single” and always feel as if they are missing out on various things in life that couples get to experience. The truth is; Your relationship status doesn’t determine whether or not you’re happy with your life. As we celebrate Single's Day, Mid-Monring Rush talks to Sibonga about how being single can improve your life.
#singlesday
#mutradio
18
NOV
2021

Disability Awareness

Nearly everyone faces hardships and difficulties at one time or another. But for people with disabilities, barriers can be more frequent and have greater impact. Getting to the depth of this, Mid-Morning Rush talks to Sabelo Sibisi, who is an MUT Quantity Survey third year student and Chairperson of SWD.
#ableddifferently
#disabilityrightsawarenessmonth
#mutradio
05
NOV
2021

Shake It Up with Wandile

Shake It Up is a quiz game where the host asks three question and give you hints to guess the answer. one minute per question.
#shakeitup
#MUTradio
05
NOV
2021

Interview with Wandile Sihiya

Talking to the Mid-Morning Rush hosts, Naledi and Mazwi, Wandile Sihiya, shares his life as a Property Dealer and/ Real Estate Agent.
#propertyinvestment
#MUTradio
05
NOV
2021

Motivation by Patrick Mpofu

Patrick Mpofu gives a motivation on "Manage your energy, don't worry about time.''
#manageyourenergy
#don'tworryabouttime
#MUTradio
05
NOV
2021

Muffin Recipe

Busisiwe Khuzwayo, MUT Marketing graduate, who also runs a cake business called Cakes by Busi and she gives a recipe for muffins.
#MuffinRecipe
#MUTradio
28
OCT
2021

Interview with Talent Mdletshe

Talent Mdletshe, MUT student: advanced diploma in Office Management, is sharing a testimonial message about being an MUT student and encouraging others to enroll.
#educationiskey
#MangosuthuUniversity #MUT
#MUTradio
28
OCT
2021

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

Sister Sithole from the MUT clinic educates on breast cancer.
#breastcancerawarenessmonth
#breastcancersurvivor
#MUTradio
08
OCT
2021

Spiritual Counselling by Dr M. Makua

Getting closer to realizing your dreams is a challenging task on its own. But it can become even harder if you fall victim to the so-called dream killers. fortunately, it is possible to deal with these dream killers and move past their limitation. Getting to grips with these challenges; Dr Makua, MUT Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor: Teaching and Learning, takes us through a spiritual counselling on how can we prevail over such impediments.
#mentalhealthawareness month
#MakeYourDreamHappen
#AvoidDreamKillers
#MUTradio

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