Prof Dion Forster is the Head of Department of Systematic Theology and Ecclesiology, and the director of the Beyers Naudé Center for Public Theology. Every week Prof Dion helps us to express our faith practically with a dose of his infectious passion for life and the Word.
Brent Loucks has only ever had one job and he’s loved it ever since the beginning – hot hits, classic gold, great oldies and News Talk.
“One of these days I’ve got to get a real job,” he jokes about his more than 44 years on the radio.
Brent said it’s the people he meets, and the amazing stories they have, that keep him going.
He’s married to his former co-host, Penney Murphy, and together they have four kids and five grandkids.
In his off time, you can find Brent at his Pike Lake area home relaxing on his massive deck with their three dogs – or travelling everywhere from Winslow, Arizona, to Caribbean cruises and the English countryside.
On his bucket list is more travels to Europe, and anywhere warm in January.
Welcome to “FEMME Conversations”. This is a three part podcast series titled “Femme Conversations” focussing on engagements which aim to empower, educate and shift perspectives around issues faced by females. Though the content is highly feminine, the dialogues and engagements are also targeted to society at large. The series is hosted Boipelo Mooketsi is a radio presenter, writer and AFDA graduate who is a fervent supporter of the rights of women and children. She believes in lending her voice and using broadcasting platforms to advocate for the injustices faced by children, women, those who are vulnerable and less fortunate. She is in conversation with two guests Tumelo Gracious Ratlhogo and Oyama Botha. Tumelo Gracious Ratlhogo is a 24-year-old woman from Pretoria, who is passionate about women and success. She is currently studying towards her Masters degree in Educational Technology and Philosophy at the Witwatersrand University. Where she also formed part of a feminist organisation called 'Black Women Caucus', where her focus was on epistemic violence and GBV and Oyama Botha is the Founder and Owner for “Yammie Hearts and Curves”, she also a curve model who advocate for body positivity and a Oxford University and the University of Cape Town graduate.
Two of your favourite voices have teamed up to make your drive home better than ever before. Stacey & J Sbu have levelled up and are bringing you some fire content, edgy topics and world class radio listening.