Resemeletse

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Lebo Leabile sits with me as we discuss health, fashion, beauty, cooking, financial literary and children issues while playing music that talks to your soul. Resemeletse is an entertainment and lifestyles magazine show that is geared towards empowering women & other “house managers”. Content is meant to benefit the entire family through the “link”. The brunch meets lunch show consists of features such as health, fashion, beauty, cooking, financial literary and child rearing that the listener keeps coming back for more. The music is laid back, relaxing and inspiring

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12
MAY

Go samagana le mabadi kgotsa dintho tsa go sha le Sister Kgaugelo Tswaeng

Winter has once again nocked at our doors again, a chilly cold season loved by many and despised by many as well. Winter is a season known for extreme cold weathers and many do not find it friendly at all, resulting in many seeking warm in their comfortable spaces.
Many tend to use heaters, light up fires in their fire places and also use hot water bottles and electric blankets as well. Like many other activities, warming up activities also have their disadvantages, like many getting burned either from home-made fires, or even hot boiling water intended to be used for tea’s or coffees.
We are currently observing burns awareness week, a week set aside to commemorating and making as much awareness as possible about burns, dealing with or treating burn wounds and also general safety guarding against suffering any possible burn. .
28
APR

Go atlegisa kgwebo mo lephateng le sa tlwaelegang le Ipeleng Kwadi – Motshotelo Farming Enterprise

Agriculture is one of the most important sector in all aspects of life. It is important in both the business sector and the social sector as well. Not only is it a credible and safe sector to invest in, but it also goes as far as providing social security in a form of food security.
Fulltime business in the agricultural sector is definitely not an easy one, just like may other types of businesses. It has its own fair share of challenges like any other professional businesses in the competitive market.
But for the born-naturals it all comes just naturally for them to get it right, just like with Ms Ipeleng Kgwadi, the 28 years old Managing Director of Motshotelo Farming Enterprise. Miss Kwadi grew up in a family of farmers and has been exposed to farming from her earliest age.
Miss Kwadi took a bold step 2 years back of going solo, starting her own farming business producing pigs, goats, chickens and vegetables. To date she has employed over 11 people.
21
APR

Pelegi ya mokgwa wa karo le Dr Tebogo Deo – Gynaecologist & Obstetrician

Most if not all women would like to be mothers one say in nearest future in their lifetimes. Mothering is considered one of the natural instincts women possess in within them, and is one of the things that do make them pillars of strength for their communities. They motherly love they have can extend to even their nearest people.
Mothering is a lifetime loving process that comes or starts with humble and yet simple steps of conceiving, nurturing the infant throughout the whole pregnancy term until birthing time.
Many are common with what is known as the natural birth, or vaginal birth. But due to complications that can be foreseen during the pregnancy term or any other complications that may arise before birthing, medical practitioners can resort to an alternative to natural birth being caesarean birthing, commonly known as C-section birth.
Caesarean birthing is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through incisions in the abdomen and uterus. A C-section might be planned ahead of time if one develops pregnancy complications or had a previous C-section and aren't considering a vaginal birth after caesarean.
14
APR

Mamello Tlakeli gotswa Organic Mellow Styles ka go netefatsa katlego ya kgwebo mo lephateng la kgaisano e e Ko godimo

The current world we are living in has been greatly transformed by the industrial revolutions the world has undergone through, bringing in major inventions that eased human’s lives and also bringing a much greater and enjoyable trading markets allowing for various products or inventions and healthy competitions as well.
Much great as this all sounds, there still lacks few if not much greater things in the market that are not only going to excel in their trading’s but in easing human’s lives as well. Today’s entrepreneurs have been capitalizing on that and thriving well enough to be recognized abroad.
Even new and emerging entrepreneurs are also afforded the same opportunity of launching their products and conception in a vastly competitive markets, like 35 years old Miss Mamello Tlakeli. The Bloemfontein born and bred young woman is the founder of Organic Mello Styles, skin care products aimed at easing or assisting women and teenagers struggling with facial conditions of Acne prone, blemishes, pigmentations and Uneven skin tones.
14
APR

Dr. Tebogo Deo – Gynecologist & Obstetrician ka seemo sa endomotriosis le dikgwetlho tse di ka se tlisang mo itekanelong

Health has always been a primary concern to many if not most of us, with women mostly coming at the top of the list of those highly concerned with taking their health serious top priority. After a long hard and tough battle with Covid, many other underlying but serious conditions have taken some sort of a backseat, not getting the necessary attention they deserve, like Endometriosis.
Endometriosis can be defined as a painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus the endometrium grows outside the uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves the ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining the pelvis. Rarely, endometrial tissue may spread beyond pelvic organs.
The primary symptom of endometriosis is pelvic pain, often associated with menstrual periods. Although many experience cramping during their menstrual periods, those with endometriosis typically describe menstrual pain that's far worse than usual. Pain also may increase over time. Other symptoms may include Pain with intercourse, Excessive bleeding, Infertility.
Other symptoms may be fatigue, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating or nausea, especially during menstrual periods.
07
APR

Go simolola le go atlegisa kgwebo ya mofuta o o sa tlwaelegang le Ms Bonolo Kgarane – O_Kgosigadi

The past 12 months have been nothing but extremely difficult to all living in this world, all of various backgrounds and social levels. The economic hardships have hit hard on the labour market, resulting in huge job cuts and small businesses going down the drains as well.
As a result of such huge economic hits, many have resorted to using their very own special creative ways of generating revenue by creating own small businesses serving or addressing the issues or needs of essentials highly needed due to lockdown.
One of the few smart heads who saw an opportunity and came to the party with essentials needed for lockdown and full time use even after lockdown, is Ms Bonolo Kgarane. A 31 years old hailing from Huhudi in Vryburg saw the need to self-make and destribute sattin bonets for both adults and children, satin pillow cases and weave bags.
Having started as a destruction to putting good use of free time as a result of lockdown, Ms Kgarane has now ended up with a blossoming business requiring distribution across the North West province.
02
DEC
2020

Go netefatsa katlego ya kgwebo mo lephateng la kgaisano e e Ko godimo le Ms Onneile Khwene - Moritelo Skin Care

The current world we are living in has been greatly transformed by the industrial revolutions the world has undergone through, bringing in major inventions that eased human’s lives and also bringing a much greater and enjoyable trading markets allowing for various products or inventions and healthy competitions as well.
Much great as this all sounds, there still lacks few if not much greater things in the market that are not only going to excel in their tradings but in easing human’s lives as well. Today’s entrepreneurs have been capitalizing on that and thriving well enough to be recognized abroad.
Even new and emerging entrepreneurs are also afforded the same opportunity of launching their products and conception in a vastly competitive markets, like 28 years old Miss Onneile Khwene. The Supply Chain graduate founded her own Moritelo Skin Care products that are aimed at easing or assisting women and teenagers struggling with facial conditions of Acne prone, blemishes, pigmentations and Uneven skin tones.
02
DEC
2020

Itekanelo ya bana ba ba belegwang paka e e feletseng ya boimana le Dr Jabu Maphake – Pediatrician

Wellness or good health state is what many if not all of us prioritize with at all times, because good health state of healthier bodies equals better and happier life. For infants or babies too healthiness is equally important, as it ensures better development of children’s growth stages including their mentality as well.
Unfortunately the unfortunates do happen at times. Sometimes children get to be born with various illness or health challenges that emerge because of other various conditions like foetal syndrome emerging as a result of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Another factor contributing to a baby having various health challenges is premature birth.
Premature or early birth can result in various health complications as a baby may have not had enough time to develop completely before being born.
According to World Health Organization (WHO) findings, an estimated 15 million babies are born too early every year. That is more than 1 in 10 babies. Approximately 1 million children die each year due to complications of preterm birth. Many survivors face a lifetime of disability, including learning disabilities and visual and hearing problems.
25
NOV
2020

Go fetolela kitso ya gago mo kgwebong Mr Onalenna Pebe – Mojo Wa Africa

In an ever changing world that we are currently living in, it is always best and pays big to always brave up and take on the challenges which may be seen by others as too risky, because greater risks always have greater pay offs.
In the business world that is currently mushrooming with lots of small SMME’s, taking greater risks can be risky but have greater benefits, daring tough and big markets and competing well in within them can pay off greatly so. Exactly what has been done by our guest for today, 32 years old professional chef Mr Onalenna Pebe.
Originating from the villages of Taung, Mr Pebe is a chef not only by profession but by childhood passion as well. He boasts over 8 years of experience as a chef both on national and international scales having worked for few top hotels in the country and also worked abroad as an onboard chef for one of the huge reputable airlines globally.
24
NOV
2020

Manaane a go rotloetsa borre go tsaya tsiaya itekanelo ya bone le Mr Peter Tselanyane – Health 4 Men Master Trainer

General human’s health care is something that always takes the priority anywhere in and around the world, hence the governments of all countries in the world see the need to always ensure to give the best they can in health systems to their residents. Individuals are also encouraged now and then to take to cognizance their health status, to always pay a visit now and then at their doctors for a regular health check-up.
Be that as it may be, there is a specific gender that always seems to lack behind when coming to take to cognizance their health status, being the male gender. Men are generally not much familiar with regular health check-ups, including even going HIV tests.
The popular and uncommon practice most men do is determine their HIV status through or via their partners testing, which is something that mostly occurs compulsory so when women are pregnant, or maybe taking life insurances/policies. Men need to be encouraged to willingly take HIV tests and also commit to taking medications should they test positive.
18
NOV
2020

Go atlegisa kgwebo mo lephateng la kgaisano e e ko godimo le Lethabo Tsatsinyane – House Of Liter

In an ever changing world that we are currently living in, it is always best and pays big to always brave up and take on the challenges which may be seen by others as too risky, because greater risks always have greater pay offs.
In the business world that is currently mushrooming with lots of small SMME’s, taking greater risks can be risky but have greater benefits, daring tough and big markets and competing well in within them can pay off greatly so. Exactly what has been done by our guest for today, 34 years old fashion designer Mr Lethabo Tsatsinyane.
10 years ago Mr Tsatsinyane decided to venture into a risky market of textile and clothing design, a market heavily congested by big and reputable brands. Having had his consistency on achieving his vision, Mr Tsatsinyane managed to grow his brand House of Liter to what it is today, even going to an extend of having five people employed.
18
NOV
2020

Mokgwa o borre ba ka bolokesegang mo mogareng wa Corona le Dr Kwanabotseng Annitjie Mohlala – Clinical Virologist

This current year has seen nothing but one invisible and previously unknown virus taking over the country and other larger parts of the world by storm, being Corona Virus. The virus, popularly known as or termed Covid-19 has put the health system of the world at large to the toughest test ever, getting Health Care Professionals hard at work battling a pandemic completely new to them, and they have done well thus far.
Much as humanity in joint partnership with the Health Care Professionals have done a great commendable job fighting this pandemic, unfortunately there had to be casualties, one too many in this battle against Covid-19.
Data suggest that more men than women are dying of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) worldwide, but it is unclear why. The Covid-19 pandemic has shined a spotlight on the neglect of men’s health at local, state, national, and global levels.
According to the largest body of publicly available gender classifying information from global government sources, although no apparent sex differences exist in the number of confirmed cases, more men than women have died of Covid-19 in 41 of 47 countries, and the overall Covid-19 case-fatality ratio is approximately 2.4 times higher among men than among women.

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