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INTERVIEW –BREATH OF FRESH AIR

Ayakha Melithafa, a South African environmental activist from Eerste River in the Western Cape spoke to us about her passion for environmental protection.

In 2019, Ayakha and 15 other children around the world submitted a petition to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child to hold five of the world’s leading economic powers accountable for inaction on the climate crisis.
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THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Our Thought Leader, Professor Mary Galvin, Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Development Studies at the University of Johannesburg spoke about how climate change was addressed in the State of the Nation Address.

Our second Thought Leader was Chaka Mofokeng, an MSc student at the University of the Western Cape. He spoke about working together with Dr Carolina Ödman, an associate professor in astronomy, to translate astronomy guides into South African languages for high school students.
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INTERVIEW - PANGOLINS

Professor Raymond Jansen, chairman of the African Pangolin Working Group spoke to us about researchers from South China Agriculture University announcing last week that pangolins could potentially be linked to the deadly coronavirus.
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INTERVIEW – SHANE COOPER & MABUTA

Talented musician, Shane Cooper spoke to us about the Shane Cooper & MABUTA performance returning to play in Joburg this month.
MABUTA is a 5 piece instrumental band from Johannesburg, South Africa.
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FEEDBACK– MOONSHINE ICE CREAM

Laszlo Bene and Willem Steenkamp, founders of Moonshine Spirited Ice Cream spoke about their business, Moonshine Spirited Ice Cream which started out as a dinner party dessert experiment, a single flavour, which led to more flavours.
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INTERVIEW – SK8SHADES

Dave De Witt, founder of Sk8Shades spoke to us about Sk8 Shades which are are made from used skateboards collected throughout South Africa but mostly Durban where we are based.
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INTERVIEW – VISIBLE MENDING

Walter Buchholz, fashion lecturer at Cape Peninsula University of Technology spoke to us about visible mending and how sustainable fashionistas are extending the life of a garment by a few years through clothing repair.
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INTERVIEW – FLUX TRENDS

Bronwyn Williams, Trend Translator & Foresight Leader at Flux Trends spoke to us about the latest Flux Trends report titled: “The State We’re In: The Politics of Rage & Polarisation.”

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