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ANCESTRAL WRITINGS

SA Heritage Publishers, in cooperation with the University of Pretoria, has come across rare writings in seven of South Africa’s indigenous languages. The writings cover history, traditional medicine, agriculture, and village and hut construction. Their translation will be a cornerstone in the preservation of the history and culture as we celebrate Heritage Month. THIS MORNING we look at MODJADJI The Rain Queen.

GUEST: TERENCE BALL - Publisher Heritage Publishers
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NALEDI MOTSOENENG Grade 10 Student & participates in the Bophelong Tutoring Programme

Given the disruption of COVID-19 and school closures, learners are facing challenges such as work overload, a rushed syllabus, teacher shortages, overcrowded classrooms, stress, and anxiety. The Learning Trust is supporting a number of programmes that offer direct support to students at different schools.

GUEST: NALEDI MOTSOENENG Grade 10 Student & participates in the Bophelong Tutoring Programme supported by The Learning Trust. She attends Hoerskool Vanderbijlpark
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Archive of Kindness

Archive of Kindness is a platform created to record the kind deeds that are holding South Africa together during this extraordinary time. Dr. Jess Auerbach is archiving acts of compassion and generosity from around the country.

GUEST: DR. JESS AUERBACH - Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, North West University
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STORYTELLERS & THOUGHT LEADERS

The Department of Basic Education and E³ have launched the COVID-19 digital pre-screening, risk assessment and mapping tool HealthCheck on the newly launched platform TeacherConnect.

GUEST: DR. TADDY BLECHER - E³ National Chairperson
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TOURISM

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC) has been nominated in the "leading tourist attraction category" of the 2020 World Travel Awards. We as the public have been asked to vote to ensure a win; Public voting closes next week Thursday 24 September 2020.

GUEST: WAHIDA PARKER - Managing Director Table Mountain Cableway Company
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Bambo Sibiya’s latest exhibition entitled “ Slow down tiger” taking place from Monday, 14th & runs until 4 October 2020

August House and the Meta Foundation have partnered with artist Bambo Sibiya to champion his career. He manages to interlace South Africa’s history using the faces of experience in the current generations, providing them with a loud, articu-late and clear voice, the voice of his generation.

Through his experimentation with fabric and his extensive printing experience (at Artist Proof Studios), his work contains a level of intricacy and fragility which is in contrast to his characters confidence, providing a new depth and asking the audience to question their preconceived notions about topics of masculinity, family, gender, history, race and youth.

Guest: Bambo Sibiya’s
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During lockdown Stevenson offered free portfolio reviews to unrepresented artists, in collaboration with VANSA

During lockdown Stevenson offered free portfolio reviews to unrepresented artists, in collaboration with VANSA. These reviews took the form of virtual studio visits, offering a moment of encounter and exchange during a time of withdrawal and isolation. We looked at the work the artists were doing, and at the way they presented themselves to the world, offering feedback on both aspects of their professional practice.

Guest: Dineo
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ANIMAL SAFETY

Under the strictest safety precautions, the FOUR PAWS team, consisting of wildlife veterinarians and experts, performed Kaavan's examination. After the overweight bull elephant was sedated, the veterinarians took blood samples, measured him, and inserted a microchip in his left shoulder.

The “world’s loneliest elephant,” Kaavan, has finally received medical clearance to relocate to a peaceful, friendly sanctuary after languishing in a Pakistani zoo for over 35 years.

GUEST: FIONA MILES - Director of FOUR PAWS in South Africa
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PETROLHEAD WITH NICO SMIT

LUCKY ALLEN ROGER ROGER POLLY THEMBA HANS JETCREW IAN HANS VISH LUCKY RANJAY RADITI ROD XOLANI THEMBA GAIL RAY ANTHONY ANTHONY NICK THEMBA CAL MAHUNGU ELDRID UWE LYN LYN’S HUSBAND (CHARLIE) RANJAY CASPER AWARD
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TOURISM

Level 1 will will give the Tourism Sector the lifeline to be back in business again. Knysna Ziplines opened to visitors Yesterday (Friday 18 Sept)
Now the Garden Route's longest and highest zipline is ready for those scouting for an expedition. The zipline is located at the Kranshoek gorge, with scenic views of the ocean, fynbos and indigenous forests.

GUEST: Clinton
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Environment: CLEAN UP

It’s all things CLEAN UP, with this week (14 – 20 Sept) being Clean Up & Recycle Week in SA which ends off with International Coastal Clean-up Day this Saturday, 19 Sept.
Every year, the world produces about 300 million tonnes of plastic, and at least 105 tonnes is estimated to reach the sea from land-based sources in South Africa each year – making SA a massive contributor to plastic sea water. Further to this South Africa sends around 95 million tonnes of waste to its 826 landfill sites and less than 40% of the materials are recycled. Additionally we produce upwards of 65 million tonnes of hazardous waste of which only 6% is recycled.

Guest:Michelle Harvey

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