Noma Yini

169 EPISODES | GAGASI FM |  Podcast, ±4 min episode every 1 week, 1 day
A midday drive show targeting the young listeners of Gagasi FM listeners. The Midday Shandis is not a content heavy show, it is mostly music driven with a comedy element to it. The show leads in the latest trends and youth culture, and goes out to meet listeners through OBs, live crossings, Youtube videos, Facebook and Twitter.

ECR Traffic

4 EPISODES | EAST COAST RADIO |  Podcast, ±1 min episode every 2 weeks, 1 day
Catch the latest traffic report with ECR's Traffic Team: weekdays from 05:30 to 9:00am Jayshree Parasuramen handles the Breakfast slots with updates every 15 minutes. Then from 09:30 until 14:30 Buhle Hlatshwayo has updates hourly. From 15:00 until 17:00 there are updates every 15 minutes from Andi James.

Myesha's Memoirs - Living with Jazz and Poetry

17 EPISODES | JAZZUARY FM |  Podcast, ±38 min episode every 6 days
Myesha Jenkins is a poet and spoken word performer, known for her feminist outlook and a writing style that is open, descriptive, revealing and sometimes challenging. Myesha has lived and worked in Johannesburg since 1993 when she relocated from California. In 2013, Myesha won the Mbokodo Award for Women in the Arts in the Poetry category.

In 2017 she edited the groundbreaking, To Breathe Into Another Voice: A South African Anthology of Jazz Poetry, featuring the work of 45 poets, from all over the nation, writing about the impact of jazz in their lives, and published by Real African Publishers. She has published two poetry collections, Breaking the surface, (Timbila,2005) and Dreams of Flight (Geko, 2011.) She has also been anthologized in We Are (Penguin, 2010) and Isis X (Botsotso, 2006). 

Myesha’s Memoirs, Living with Jazz and Poetry explores the deep connection between poetry and jazz. Myesha’s draws on her extensive experience, and love for poetry, to deliver a show enriched with stories from the past, present and future, elevated with the sounds of jazz.

On a monthly basis, Myesha’s Memoirs, Living with Jazz and Poetry, will host live poetry sessions. These sessions will be accompanied with a live band as the backtrack, and poets performing live.

The Collective Church

40 EPISODES | THE COLLECTIVE CHURCH |  Podcast, ±32 min episode every 1 week, 2 days

The Collective Church is a community based in Johannesburg, South Africa, living life and loving God together.

We hold within our name the idea that together we are stronger. We meet as a diverse group of individuals, each one beautiful and unique, a gift themselves, but when we come together we find family. We find a unity and love that only the Spirit can bring. You can only discover who you fully are when you are found in His family.

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