Metro FM Talk with Criselda
Metro FM | Podcast, ±39 min episodes every 6 days
Positive talk provides a holistic journey through a healthy mind, body and spirit, the show touches on the sensitive yet important parts of our complete self, a shift from a survival to a living mode is what every listener benefits from listening to wellness talk with Criselda What differentiates this show from other talk shows is that the host is a wellness specialist, the guests are specialists in their given fields who understand the challenges facing South Africa and their main objective is to inspire a healthy nation through education. The shows offerings: Nutrition Rest and Recreation Love, Life and Relationships Health Sexuality Support Groups
We’re talking contraceptives. It’s use, challenges, benefits and all other questions related to birth control and family planning. Our guest is Dr Mala Panday, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in the Family Planning Services Department, Department of Health, KwaZulu-Natal. We also have Dr. Zozo Nene, Reproductive Medicine Sub-specialist, Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Steve Biko Academic Hospital and University of Pretoria and Whitney Chinogwenya from Marie Stopes South Africa and HIV slot – we’re talking barriers prohibiting those positive from disclosing their status and our guest is Professor Khangelani Zuma. The Executive Director of the Research Methodology and Data Centre and head of biostatistics at the Human Sciences Research Council
Tonight, for our topic, we will be focusing on the student homelessness crisis in Higher Education institutions. We will be joined by to Fasiha Hassan, Deputy Secretary General at South African Union of Students Congress, Kagisho Mamabolo, Head: Marketing and Communication at National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and Segoale Mojapelo, owner of Segoale Properties. We will take your calls on 089 110 3377 to join in on the discussion. For African Pride today we are speaking to Marlon Parker the founder of Reconstructed Living Labs (RLabs) about his work as a social entrepreneur who uses information communications technology (ICT) to empower communities.
Tonight, for our topic, we will be discussing New Age Christianity and asking if Christianity and African beliefs can co-exist. We have invited Muzi Cindi, a consultant, author and activist and Bishop Joshua Maponga, Senior Pastor/Bishop at Cities Of Refuge to give us some insight into this matter. We will take your calls on 089 110 3377 to join in on the discussion. For African Pride today we are speaking to South African DJ personality, DJ Milkshake about his walk from Diepkloof Soweto, to Tlhabane Rustenburg, North West province to raise awareness and funds for the basic needs (school shoes schools, uniform and stationary) of rural learners. Also for African Pride, we will chat to The chairperson of the She Conquers campaign, Lerato Morulane to find out about her work with She Conquers Campaign.
Tonight, as it’s the month of June we are starting our focus on National Men's Health Month and we begin by speaking about the known subject of male fertility as research says that male fertility is at an all-time- low. According to research by scientists, sperm counts have halved over the past 50 years. We will be joined by Dr Lybon Tlangelani Rikhotso, a Urologist at Life Carstenhof Clinic & Netcare Waterfall City Hospital to help us understand what is happening to the sperm count. On our HIV slot tonight we put the spotlight on The HEAIDS Conference taking place from 9 - 11 June 2017 at the Durban International Convention Centre. As its Youth Month, we speak to some of the Youth speakers at the conference.
AFRICAN PRIDE – SELLO MAAKE KANCUBE SPEAKING TO SOUTH AFRICAN ACTING ICON SELLO MAAKE KANCUBE INTRO For African Pride today we are speaking to Sello Maake kaNcube about how he thinks men can make the world a better place and also his work with The Ubuntu Initiative: Men Taking Responsibility‚ which was launched in Durban yesterday.
Tonight, we are focusing on smoking as it was World No Tobacco Day yesterday on 31 May. We will speak to Dr Daniel Malan - a former smoker and director of the Centre for Corporate Governance in Africa at the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) about the dangers of smoking and what can be done to curb this habit. On our HIV slot tonight we are having our monthly open line.
Tonight we are Owning our destiny with Dr. John Tibane. He’s here to talk to us about how we get to harness The Power of Intention. Today we are switching our African Pride to African Shame, we will be speaking about how our communities are being taken over by drugs that are no longer at our doorstep but have become a way of life in our homes.
Tonight, we will focus on how our society is failing it’s women? We will be speaking to Thando Sipuye, Journalist, Writer & Social Commentator and Vincentia Dlamini, Operations Director for Women and Men Against Child Abuse. For African Pride today we are speaking to Dr Motshekga to discuss The Meaning of Africa Month and the Africa Day Expo held at Kara Heritage Institute.
Tonight, we are focusing on Hypertension as yesterday, May 17, was World Hypertension Day. We will be joined by Gabriel Eksteen, Nutrition Manager at The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa (HSFSA) and Professor Karen Hofman, the Director of PRICELESS SA (Priority Cost Effective Lessons for Systems Strengthening) at Wits School of Public Health. On our HIV slot tonight we are joined by Dr Sindisiwe van Zyl a GP with a special interest in HIV at the Arwyp Medical Centre in Kempton Park to answer some of your ARV questions.
Tonight, we will focus on The annual #TourismIndaba taking place in Durban from Monday 15 - Thursday 18 May 2017 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre (ICC), Durban, Tourism Indaba. We will be speaking to Deputy Minister Elizabeth Thabethe and Sibusiso Mvelane from Leratong Horse Riding to tell us about the opportunities within the tourism industry. We will also speak to Tokozile Xasa, The South African Minister of Tourism to discuss the history of the Tourism Indaba For African Pride today we are speaking to Dr Hleze Kunju about his PhD written in isiXhosa