Metro FM Talk

Metro FM  |  Podcast, ±34 min episodes every 6 days
Positive talk provides a holistic journey through a healthy mind, body and spirit, the show touches on the sensitive yet important parts of our complete self, a shift from a survival to a living mode is what every listener benefits from listening to wellness talk with Criselda What differentiates this show from other talk shows is that the host is a wellness specialist, the guests are specialists in their given fields who understand the challenges facing South Africa and their main objective is to inspire a healthy nation through education. The shows offerings: Nutrition Rest and Recreation Love, Life and Relationships Health Sexuality Support Groups
05
DEC
2016
To kick off the show we have the #Talk5 news bulletin. We will be chatting with Lesiba Mothata, Chief Economist at Investment Solutions to discuss if S&P’s decision to leave the nation’s foreign-currency debt unchanged at one level above junk. That will be followed by #RamsAndCents and we ask John Loos, a household and property sector strategist at FNB about why the real home price growth is declining. On the Consumer Feature, we continue where we left off last week with our chat with Clive Lazarus, who will represent The South African Institute of Auctioneers (SAIA) and a specialist in the vehicle auction industry to discuss the auction industry. If you have questions you welcome to call. And we wrap up the show with Katlego Maboe on #FameAndFortune.
01
DEC
2016
Tonight, we are focusing on World Aids Day’s theme of In Our Hands and how far have we come. We will be speaking to Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, Director of the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) about how every week HIV infects 2000 South African girls and young women in South Africa. Are we making progress? We will then have Chewe Luo, Chief HIV/AIDS at UNICEF about their 7 th Stocktaking Report on AIDS and Children and ask if its results are getting better. The Health Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi will tell us about today’s event in Daveyton and what is the way forward for South Africa’s fight against HIV/Aids. We then have Dr Fatima Laher, Co-chair for HVTN study and director of PHRU Vaccines Research to tell us more about the much talked about new study, known as HVTN 702 which is underway. We then wrap the show with Positive Magazine Editor and long-time HIV activist, Pholokgolo Ramothwala about his 5 very STUPID/IGNORANT things you should avoid this World AIDS Day or any other day. We will begin the show with a message from Deputy President Ramaphosa for World Aids Day
28
NOV
2016
To kick off the show we have the #Talk5 news bulletin. We will be chatting with Money Psychologist, Winnie Kunene to unpack the Black Friday aftermath and why do we buy so much. That will be followed by #RamsAndCents and we ask Mohammed Nalla Head: Strategic Research - Global Markets at Nedbank Corporate & Investment Banking about why Moody’s and Fitch decided to keep our rating unchanged. On the Consumer Feature, we have Abel Kabi to discuss his problem with a car he bought at Global Auction. We will chat to Clive Lazarus, who will represent The South African Institute of Auctioneers (SAIA) and a specialist in the vehicle auction industry. And we wrap up the show with Thulisisle Phongolo on #FameAndFortune.
24
NOV
2016
Tonight, we are focusing on the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign, which starts tomorrow, 25 November to 10 December. We will be speaking with Advocate Joyce Maluleke, Special Adviser to the Minister in the Presidency Responsible for Women about the launch of the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children campaign under the theme “Count Me In: Together Moving a Non-Violent South Africa Forward”. We will also have Alta McMaster – Founder of the EPIC Foundation joining us tonight to tell us about why they feel it should be than just 16 days.
21
NOV
2016
To kick off the show we have the #Talk5 news bulletin. We ask Odile Badenhorst, Communications Manager at CareerJunction about why Gauteng remains the best location for professionals, according to staff recruitment agency Career Junction's latest salary review. That will be followed by #RamsAndCents with Prof Imraan Valodia, Wits’ dean of commerce, law and management to unpack the proposed national minimum wage. On the Consumer Feature, we have an issue with Mondo Mobile and feedback from a Cell C issue we thought was resolved. And we wrap up the show with Theo Kgosinkwe on #FameAndFortune.
16
NOV
2016
Tonight on the show, we will be talking about dealing with step children and how to best manage the relations with baby mama/daddy drama. We joined by Dr. Janet Rogers, who is Counselor on Marriage and Family matters and the challenges faced on bringing up children, either by single or married couple and Christof Sharp, a family mediator and case manager at Co- Parenting South Africa. For African Pride today we have Ms Lindiwe Dladla, Acting CEO of the Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke Institute; Zubeida Jaffer, Author of Beauty of The Heart' (Maxeke Book) and Jane Mufamadi, CEO of Freedom Park to celebrate the life of Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke, the first black South African woman to receive a college degree.
14
NOV
2016
The Rand is weaker as markets remain focused on what Trump’s win means and there are fears that the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) might be at risk because of Trump. We ask Xhanti Payi, Economist at Nascence Advisory and Research Industry about how President Trump will affect our currency and trade.
14
NOV
2016
SPEAKING TO TEBOGO “PROVERB” THEKISO MC/SPEAKER, HIPHOP/VOICE OVER ARTIST, TV HOST/PRODUCER/ACTOR, BRAND AMBASSADOR/STRATEGIST, PHILANTHROPIST Born in Kimberley. ProVerb is a South African recording artist, TV and radio presenter who started his rapping career in 1999 and became renowned as being one of the few rappers who does not use vulgar Language in his songs. He has achieved success with albums such as The Book of ProVerb, Manuscript and Write of Passage. He is also an on-air radio presenter, Radio Technical Producer, Television Presenter, Recording artist and former Real Estate agent. ProVerb was one of the celebrity contestants on M-Net's Survivor South Africa: Santa Carolina, in 2010. He joined as co-host of M-Net's Idols for its sixth season, in 2010. He became sole host of the series in 2011.
31
OCT
2016
Donald was born in the village of Kraalhoek in the North West province. He began singing at a young age in the church choir, and this is where his musical talent was discovered. He started his own imprint, D-Exclusive in 2011, and began production on his sophomore album Train of Love there. He rose to fame in 2011 with his debut single I Deserve, which later appeared on his much anticipated and critically acclaimed sophomore album Love Train, which was released in 2012. The success of the album brought him much attention, enabling him to make appearances on South African TV shows, Rhythm City, 3Talk with Noeleen, MTV Base, Vuzu and various others. In 2013, Donald became the stand-out artist at the 2013 Metro FM Music Awards for having been the most nominated artist, among which were Best Produced Album, Best Video, Best Male and Best Dance Album. Two years later, in 2015, his album critically acclaimed album Train of Love was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry of South Africa. His third studio album Black and White, was certified Gold by the Recording Industry of South Africa, only three months after its release in 2014.