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24
MAR

GUEST PRESENTER - JAMES URDANG

James Urdang, founder and CEO of Education Africa, public speaker, humanitarian and social entrepreneur joined us as our guest presenter. We were also in conversation with Sudeshan Reddy, communication specialist at the United Nations Children's Fund South Africa Office and Rabbi Stern from the Sydenham Shul.
24
MAR

INTERVIEW - MPHO VACKIER

Mpho Vackier of Urban Native design brand, chats about her interior and furniture designs and collaborating with Brand South Africa on their recent campaign, which focuses on local entrepreneurs in the creative and design space, who have turned their passions into successful enterprises.
24
MAR

INTERVIEW - INEQUALITY: A DIFFERENT PICTURE

Carl Bernadac, Deputy Director for Southern Africa at Agence Française the Développement (AFD) and Neo Ntsoma, lead photographer of the “Inequality: a Different Picture” exhibition joined us in-studio to talk about the exhibition, which is the end product of a mentorship project launched by AFD in partnership with Igalelo, a South African notfor-profit organisation dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs from underprivileged areas of Cape Town.
24
MAR

THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Dr Jarrad Wright , Principal Engineer of Energy Systems at CSIR Energy Research Centre and Themba Masango, co-founder and secretary general of #NOTINMYNAME campaign share their stories of the weeks focusing on load shedding and gender based violence initiatives organised by #NOTINMYNAME
23
MAR

FEEDBACK – BLAQUE WINE & GRILL HOUSE

Sizo Henna the owner and founder of Blaque Wine & Grill House joins us in studio to talk about the restaurant's modernised African traditional foods. Their menu includes mngusho, samp, oxtail potjie, ulushu (tender home-cooked tripe), umleqwa or ‘roadrunner’ chicken and more.
23
MAR

INTERVIEW – LAUNCH OF INDRIVER TAXI APP

Rifqa Carr, in Driver spokesperson, talks about the local launch of a new e-hailing app called inDriver. The app is currently used by 20-million people across more than 200 cities around the world.
23
MAR

INTERVIEW – CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

Dr Benjamin Smart, a senior lecturer in philosophy at the University of Johannesburg talks about the UJ and Oxford-led researcher which is published in The Journal for Evaluation in Clinical Practice and The Canadian Medical Association Journal .

The researchers suggest that the CKD "stage" system of classification should be replaced with a "kidney age" system similar to the "heart age" system often employed in cardiology.
23
MAR

INTERVIEW - PI CHALLENGE RECORD

Mentalist and memory expert Michael Abrahamson talks about breaking the PI challenge record.
The Pi Challenge was created for people with a penchant for numbers and more importantly those who are up for the challenge to join the ranks of the best memorisers in the world.
17
MAR

GUEST PRESENTER -ATHOL WILLIAMS

We profile our Guest Presenter Athol Williams who is a social philosopher, author, strategy adviser, literacy activist. We discussed his illustrious career, holding numerous senior executive roles and founding a number of companies and NGOs. We were later joined by his wife Taryn Lock co-founder of Read to Rise, and his brother Nicholas Williams a management consultant.

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