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Tonight, we begin the show by speaking to The co-writer of the award-winning film,Inxeba, The Wound, Malusi Bengu to get his thoughts on Inxeba (The Wound) returning to mainstream cinemas on Friday pending a high court review. We will then be joined by Thembelihle Dube-Addae, a Cape Town Clinical Psychologist to discuss the challenges black professionals face in corporate South Africa.
Tonight, we remember the SS Mendi. We speak to seasoned journalist and novelist Fred Khumalo about the Sinking of the SS Mendi. The sinking of the SS Mendi on 21 February 1917 became one of South Africa&worst tragedies of the First World War (1914-1919). We will then be joined by Reverend Mogomotsi Diutlwileng of the Methodist Church to discuss Patriarchy and the Bible.
For African Pride tonight, we are joined by speaking to Charles Maphanga, a young researcher at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to tell us about how he beat the odds to become one of South Africa’s shining stars in the science world and why it’s important to encourage our children to study maths and science. We will then be joined by Vera-Genevey Hlayisi, a healthcare practitioner, specialising as a Audiologist to discuss hearing loss related issues and World Hearing Day. And to end the show, we speak to Dr Luvuyo Dondolo, Head of the Centre for Transdisciplinary Studies at Fort Hare which is hosting the Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Seminar Series in partnership with the Sobukwe Trust under the theme: “Sobukwe’s Quest for an African University: Representations and Misrepresentations of a Man of Vision in Post-Apartheid South Africa”.
Tonight, for African Pride, we speak to Xolisa Guzula, Chairperson at Molo Mhlaba Schools about the network of Pan-African low fee independent private schools for girls. Tonight, we are joined by Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng, who will be taking your calls on anything sexually related and we’ll also touch on the female condom as 10- 16 February is known in South Africa as STI/Condom week. Which took was last week.
Tonight, for our health segment, we are speaking to Dr Selina Ramatsoso, a healthcare practitioner, specialising as a Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, in Parktown, Johannesburg to discuss all things about pregnancy as this week is Pregnancy Awareness Week (12-16 February).
Tonight, we are joined by Power couple &relationship coaches, Monwabisi and Phindi Grootboom to discuss romance in relationships.
Tonight, we are joined by the Acting Chief Operations Officer at The Film and Publication Board, Abongile Mashele and The co-writer of the award-winning film,Inxeba, The Wound, Malusi Bengu discuss issues about censorship around the film, Inxeba, The Wound. To close the show, we will be discussing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) with Mpiwa Mangwiro, Regional Campaigns and Advocacy Specialist for Sonke Gender Justice and ask why is FGM still just a female issue?
Tonight, we are asking the critical question of Is Africa Rising? We are taking a look at recent developments across the continent. We will focus in some issues that have made the headlines and some that don’t. We are joined in studio by Izak Khomo, SABC Channel Africa journalist and analyst on African Affairs. We will then speak to Dr Mpho Monareng, CEO of PanSALB about The second 28 Days of Language Activism campaign which was launched earlier today to boost not only reading but also the use in general of South Africa’s indigenous languages.
Tonight, once again we are joined by Tebogo Ditshego, CEO of South African public relations agency Ditshego Media to discuss the positive and negative effects that social media has had on your life. For African Pride tonight, we are joined by co-founder of Ethnikids, to discuss how Ethnikids is helping parents to source children's books that feature characters of colour in various South African languages.
Tonight, we are talking to Makabelo Motaung. a Social and Dating Coach, about the pressures of getting married. When you feel the biological clock is ticking too fast and worse when other people like you family, friends and colleagues start asking you when are you getting married? Whether you've been dating the same person for longer than some of your friends have been married or you’re single and ready to mingle, at some point, you probably get a lot of people asking you: “But don't you want to get married soon?” It can be highly annoying, it's super common
Tonight, to help us with all the legalize of medical aids is Alicia Schoeman, a Legal Advisor at the Council for Medical Schemes. We will be unpacking Medical aid cover and options, limits in terms of medical aid cover, difference between a medical scheme and a hospital plan, gap covers and also what is not covered by medical schemes. What questions do you have about medical aids, what have you experienced that you did not really understand about your cover.
Tonight, our topic is about why are men so violent We will be joined by joined by Mbuyiselo Botha, a Commissioner at the Commission for Gender Equality and Themba Masango, Secretary General of Not My Name SA We will take your calls on 089 110 3377 to join in on the discussion.
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