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MAY

INTERVIEW - EPICURE

Award winning chef and owner, Coco Reinarhz, joined us in-studio to talk African cuisine on Africa Day and about his new restaurant,Epicure
25
MAY

INTERVIEW - VAGABOND

Author and traveller, Lerato Mogoatlhe, talks about her book "Vagabond - Wandering through Africa on faith" that tells the story of her travels through the continent
25
MAY

INTERVIEW – ROBBEN ISLAND MUSEUM

Morongoa Ramaboa, Robben Island Museum Spokesperson, talks about how Robben Island Museum will be implementing a two-tier pricing for international and South African visitors.
25
MAY

INTERVIEW - READING AND RUNNING

During the 50th Anniversary of the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon held on the 20 April 2019, Advocate Marukgwane Moremogolo ran reading Zakes Mda’s The Zulus of New York.

He spoke to us about the purpose of reading a book while running, to raise awareness of the importance of books and literacy.

The campaign will see Advocate Moremogolo running the second half of Comrades Marathon reading a book to raise more than 600 books for the National Book Week in September 2019.
19
MAY

GUEST PRESENTER – GREGORY MAQOMA

Internationally renowned dancer and choreographer Gregory Maqoma spoke about his illustrious career which started in the late 1980’s. We are later joined by his two guests : textile and knitwear designer, Laduma Ngxokolo and Thuthuka Sibisi -Composer, director and theatre-maker.
19
MAY

INTERVIEW – MODJAJI BOOKS

Colleen Higgs, founder of Modjaji Books spoke about Modjaji Books ,an independent feminist press that publishes Southern African women writers. Modjaji Books fills a gap by providing a platform for serious and ground-breaking writing by new and established women writers with brave voices.
19
MAY

GROSS NATIONAL HAPPINESS INDEX

Professor Talita Greyling, a researcher in the field of wellbeing economics and development economics at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) along with Auckland University of Technology’s Dr Stephanie Rossouw have developed a ‘happiness index’ that measures the emotional temperature of the economy and track the country’s happiness sentiment.
Professor Talita Greyling spoke about how governments are able to influence the gross national level through the institutional and policy framework they establish.
19
MAY

THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Yase Godlo the Director of Mandela Day and outreach programmes at the Nelson Mandela Foundation spoke about the new strategy for Mandela Day and goals over the next 10 years.

We are later joined by Gareth van Onselen, Head of Politics and Governance at the SA Institute of Race Relations who gave an analysis of SA’s elections and what the results mean for the future of SA.
19
MAY

INTERVIEW – UJ MOBILE LAB

Professor Tobias Barnard - Director of Water and Health Research Centre within the Faculty of Health Science at the University of Johannesburg talks about a new mobile laboratory developed by the University of Johannesburg aimed at combatting disease outbreaks, Escherichia coli and sewage in water.
18
MAY

INTERVIEW – SEBA KAAPSTAD

Members Ndumiso Manana and Philip Scheibel of South African/ German jazz and neo soul group Seba Kaapstad joined us in-studio to talk about the group and their new album titled, Thina,

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