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The Grape Vine2

Great need for palliative care services. According to World Health Organisation, there are an estimated 40 million individuals worldwide who are in need of palliative care. Majority of them live in low and middle-income countries. What are some of the reasons and why is there a need for palliative care? Guest (phone): Jacqui Kaye, CEO at Hospice Wits

Looking at the psychology of a nation going through a transition

TALKBACK: Looking at the psychology of a nation going through a transition. As South Africans are eagerly waiting to hear from the country’s ruling party over whether the president will be stepping down or not, we take a look at the psychological impact this is having on the nation. According to a psychologist, what is the general feeling on all aspects of life during a period of political uncertainty? Guest: Dr Seth Cooper - President of both the Pan African Psychology Union and the International Union of Psychological Science

Collapse of corporate governance

The Public Servants Association says it is concerned about the effect that the collapse of corporate governance in state-owned entities will have on employees. What does the PSA attribute this to and what exactly is their concern? Also how do we turn the situation around, do we leave it to the powers that be? Guest: Dominic Storom – Chief Accontant at PSA

2017/2018 PANSALB Language Awards

The second 28 Days of Language Activism campaign is being launched today to boost not only reading but also the use in general of South Africa’s indigenous languages….coinciding with the language awards, we hear more about both these awards and the campaign: Guest: Sibusiso Nkosi – Spokesperson for PANSALB

Where Technology and Humanity meet

Where technology and ecology meet: using big data in fynbos studies- While the term big data may not conjure up images of plants, Associate Professor Adam West from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Cape Town (UCT), is using this technology to accurately map ecosystems. Guest: Associate Professor Adam West from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Cape Town

Relationship corner: Bare:

The Blesser’s Game by Jackie Phamotse- The book shares how she was trapped in the hands of a powerful and rich man who gave her access to the life of luxury but destroyed her emotionally and mentally…she talks to us about the life of a blesse, how such relationships are conducted and the pressures that our girls face in blesser/blesse relationships. Guest: Jackie Phamotse (Self-published Author)

Beyond Politics: Buti Manamela

Beyond Politics: Getting to know Buti Manamela -Currently serving as the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, tonight we get to find out the man beyond his political career…how he grew up, the principles he holds as a communist etc…

Sexual abuse in schools

There’s been widespread condemnation from all quarters of the country to an incident that happened at a school in Reiger Park, east of Johannesburg where a principal allegedly caught on camera having sex with learners in his office. This is not the first time an incident of this nature happened at a school. The shocking thing this time around is that it involved a principal. Is this a reflection of the moral decay in society? How should we interpret it? Can we allude this to the influence of social media? Are these children exposed to too much sex in the media? Where can we point the finger this time around? What role can the church play in uplifting morality in our schools or is it just too late? Guest: Rev Mpho George Molebatsi – Director Convener of the All Nations Evangelical Missions of Southern Africa

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