Lehlohonolo Thobela: Meteorologist and forecaster, at the South African Weather Service shares insight on why the upcoming winter may be unseasonably dry in the southwest and unseasonably wet in the northeast of the country, as well as what insights from the latest Seasonal Climate Watch means for you and I.
Dr Saths Cooper: Clinical Psychologist and President, at Pan-African Psychology Union (PAPU) joins the conversation to weigh in on how it could’ve been possible for authorities to have dragged their feet, into investigating the escape of Thabo Bester. This, after being notified of his escape in August last year, yet…
Shelley Lewin, Founder of the Relationship Architect Coaching and Consulting, shares insight on the keys to making an interracial relationship work, as many people fall madly in love with each other - despite the confines and expectations of society's stereotypes.
Chris Yelland shares insight on why he believes, irrespective of SA’s battle to keep the lights on - we shouldn’t allow cynicism to distract our optimism from the opportunities the energy sector has to offer.
Anja van Beek shares pragmatic advice on how you could unshackle yourself from the associated dread, of heading back to work. This is as nearly one in every five employees worldwide intends to pivot their careers over the next 12 months.
Zahraa Shroeder sat down with Dr Marlena Kruger, to find out more about why she’s encouraging parents to hold off on granting their teen access to the Internet and social media - at least, until the age of 14. The two also unpacked how you could join like-minded parents, in…
What is a toxic working environment? What consistutes toxic behaviour with in a working environment and what are the tell tale signs? Benito chats to ICHAF training CEO, Devan Moonsamy on The Honest Truth.
Dr Roelof Botha will share insight on why US monetary policy shouldn’t be replicated in South Africa; why the Reserve Bank's MPC is making it a habit to overreact, as well as why he believes the SARB’s ignorance of the nature of inflation, will only hurt the future stability of…
Tori joined Ziaan in studio earlier this week to chat about their partnership with We Are Guernsey. Tori talks about the delegate of 32 who came down to see the Coolplay team and action, and how they bought into their program. Tori also chats about the Coolplay organisation, what they…
Eugene Jooste demystifies whether the thickening of your nipple, could be a cause for greater concern; as well as why mammograms remain the gold standard, in squashing the shelf life of tumours. This is as October kicks of breast cancer awareness month across SA!
Lerothodi Mohale shares insight into what the top liquidation and business rescue trends for 2022 are; why the real estate sector remains on a high alert, as well as to offer advice on how businesses could take proactive steps to avoid becoming a casualty.
Rosemary Anderson fills us in on whether SA’s hospitality sector is indeed on the road to recovery - post-pandemic; what the latest StatsSA statistics on Tourist Accommodation agree with this sentiment, as well as to unpack why she believes business as usual – won't alone ramp up our road to…
Dylan Jack and Martin Myers return to the Smile 90.4fm studios to join Ziaan in conversation about all things rugby. The three reflect on the last round of the Rugby Championship, which saw the Springboks come up short in the race for the title. The guys also break down round…
Merilyn Makelve unpacks whether digital communities have bred cultural assimilations amongst SA's youth; how we could encourage greater diversity within the workplace, as well as share insight on how we could embrace cultural diversity within our education system.
29 Sep 2022
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