"How to be a Grown-Up in 30 or so Minutes" This is a funny, witty, noisey and absolutely great company type of show hosted by Onai and three of "Other Guys". This diverse group of friends, have conversations about topical issues, opinions and they hopefully, unfigure out Adulthood, one pun at a time. With cool segments like, "Guys/Girls Dont Get It and interviews with total Cool Kids, they are sure to be your select squad. Join them each episode as they go through the week, the internet love dilemas! #MakingMondaysGreatAgain
Who runs the world? Engineers. Pursuing engineering as a career choice involves investment. Investing time and money into becoming a professional in one of the most lucrative industries of the modern world. This podcast will take a look at the many engineering disciplines in existence, and speak to the key players in industry who keep our world spinning.
You've seen the business news, got the gist of the bourses and heard what the country's top CEOs have to say. It's now time for some in-depth markets analysis.
This half hour show was the first of its kind in the business TV market in South Africa – every night our anchors are joined by two markets experts who tell you what shares to be buying, holding or selling.
Once upon a time, I was a perfect parent. Then I had children. The end. The Village started life on Facebook as a safe place for parents of tweens and teens to ask questions, get advice, share ideas and generally let each other know that they are not alone. The Village Live podcast is about the same thing - getting expert insight, hearing each other's stories, looking at the issues - and, never forgetting that a sense of humour is very important.
TED: Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world. The annual TED conferences, in Long Beach/Palm Springs and Edinburgh, bring together the world's most fascinating thinkers and doers, who are challenged to give the talk of their lives (in 18 minutes or less). This section contains talks generally related to global issues.