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21
JUL

GUEST PRESENTER – JAY PATHER

Our guest presenter today was Jay Pather, curator, choreographer and an academic. Pather is also an Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town where he directs the Institute for Creative Arts.

We were also joined in studio by his two guests: Dr Nomusa Makhub, an art historian, artist and co-curator of the South Africa Pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale As well as Gabrielle Goliath, a multidisciplinary artist known for her distilled and sensitive negotiations of complex social concerns, particularly relating to situations of gendered and sexualised violence.
21
JUL

INTERVIEW – SUNDAY TIMES LITERARY AWARDS SHORTLISTS

The 2019 Sunday Times Literary Awards shortlists have been announced.
Michele Magwood, Convenenor of the awards and Books Editor for Sunday Times spoke to us about the awards.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Alan Paton Award which has, over the decades, showcased the most acute and incisive non-fiction writing in South Africa.
21
JUL

INTERVIEW - CRIME IN THE TOURISM SECTOR

Earlier this week, a gang of robbers made off with jewellery, cash and items from guests and staff at The Mount Nelson Hotel.
Enver Duminy, CEO of Cape Town Tourism spoke to us about what the tourism industry can do to combat similar incidents of organised crime.
21
JUL

THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Our Thought leaders today were spoke about their written columns published on news24. Selene Brophy - Editor at Travel24 spoke about her article titled: Cape Flats Gangland: Come with me down paradise road. Terence Corrigan - Project Manager at The Institute of Race Relations spoke about his column titled :Fire across the land: The steep price of state failure on land
21
JUL

INTERVIEW – INVESTEC RHINO LIFELINE

Tanya Dos Santos – Head of Group Sustainability at Investec and head of Investec Rhino Lifeline spoke to us about the Investec Rhino Lifeline.

The Investec Rhino Lifeline has refined its focus since its inception in 2012, to concentrate on two key areas: youth education and rhino rescue.
20
JUL

INTERVIEW - SADCO & SOLLYWOOD LIVE STREAM CONCERT

Paseka Mafereka, Spokesperson for the South African Digital Content Organisation and Bheki Khosa renowned guitarist, spoke to us about the first-ever South African concert which will be live-streamed at a global scale on the 9thAugust 2019 at the Ballroom in Montecasino.

The South African Digital Content Organisation in partnership with Sollywood events says its mission is to create skill development opportunities for our youth that shift their ‘employee’ dependent mindsets, to dynamic entrepreneurial thinkers who are skilled and competent within the 4th Industrial Revolution.
20
JUL

INTERVIEW – SOLO STUDIOS

Klaus Piprek founder of Solo Studios spoke to us about Solo Studios' Intimate Art Encounters, a bespoke annual art event now in its fourth year, collaborating with The Olive Branch Project, a community initiative that involves all residents of the Riebeek Valley. The collaboration aims to provide opportunities for emerging talent to share a platform with many of the Valley’s acclaimed artists, crafters and artisans.
20
JUL

FEEDBACK – COFFEE & CHOCOLATE EXPO

Africa's biggest Coffee & Chocolate Expo takes place in Johannesburg from 26- 28 July 2019.
We were joined by Nadine Shone, CEO of the Coffee and Chocolate Expo
and Bronwyn Mushonga, events Manager at Chocoloza to talk about the Expo.
20
JUL

THE 30-YEAR SAFARI: A CELEBRATION OF GETAWAY PHOTOGRAPHY

Justin Fox, Getaway editor and author, spoke to us about his new book: The 30-Year Safari: A celebration of Getaway photography. The book is an awe-inspiring coffee table book showcasing photography from the last decade to celebrate Getaway’s 30th birthday.
20
JUL

INTERVIEW – CLOUT

South African Interior Designer Tracy Lynch, spoke to us about Clout, a developmental design programme established by Nando’s. The programme is calling on local designers to put their best pitch forward and apply.
14
JUL

GUEST PRESENTER – BRETT BAILEY

Renowned playwright, artist, play director and festival curator, Brett Bailey was our guest presenter today. He spoke to us about his life and illustrious career.

We were later joined on the phone by Caroline Calburn, director of Theatre Arts Admin and Mkhululi Matyalana Ka Mabija who is the director of "performance warriors", an art project based in Kimberley.

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