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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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Mofuta wa kgwebo e e imololang dikgwetlho tsa kiletso ya metsamao ya batho le Boitumelo Maruping – Brunch & Lunch

Over the past 2/3 months life has been constantly changing drastically so, Covid-19 and the Lockdown that was implemented to combat the virus from spreading further has also delayed many other aspects of life, what we used to do on a daily basis that was seen as normal life and various ways of making a living have been severely affected.
Huge corporates and various global markets have taken a nock as well, the whole world has felt the pinch both economically and socially as well. Well the free time on our hands can make a good change in our lives, if we are innovative enough to take advantage and benefit out of the misery people are facing.
Just as many essential workers were struggling with daily breakfasts and lunch at work due to the closures of restaurants, a young female entrepreneur who happens to be a chef by profession saw the opportunity to relieve many out of the misery by starting a virtual restaurant whereby consumers place orders and she delivers to their workplaces.

Mokgwa o diphetogo tsa ga jaana tsa botshelo di ka mang mosha maikutlo kateng le Mme Nono Thipe Counselling Psychologist

Over the past 2/3 months have seen their lives being put on hold, suddenly emerging circumstances forcing people to put on hold their lives by being home indoors for a little more than four weeks due to Covid-19 lockdown. All the great plans had to take a pause, weddings, graduations and even starting up of small businesses.
For many, mostly youth, this has to be a little more than they can take in. starting with matric class who were hoping to see themselves for the last year in uniform, final year students who were hoping to lay the course to rest and the job seekers as well.
All this can have negative psychological effects on youth, having their life plans delayed or put on hold due to unforeseen circumstances like the current Covid-19 pandemic. One has to find a suitable way of juggling all the unforeseen circumstances and find a way of making or pursuing a normal life post the pandemics.

Mokgwa o matlhotlhapelo a #COVID19 o ka amang itekanelo ya batho kateng le Thandiwe Mokgomola – Clinical psychologist

For the past few months, the country and world as a whole have been hard at war battling the invincible enemy, Coronavirus which has created a serious pandemic terrifying most people.
The new realities of working from home, temporary unemployment, home-schooling of children, and lack of physical contact with other family members, friends and colleagues has taken time to get used to.
Adapting to lifestyle changes such as these, and managing the fear of contracting the virus and worry about people close to us who are particularly vulnerable, are challenging for all of us. They can be particularly difficult for people with mental health conditions.

Mekgwa ya go dira letseno mo nakong ya kiletso ya motsamao le Letlotlo Kitlano Chabaeng

One of the greater and sad realities we have to face on after having emerged victorious from the Covid-19 pandemic is the massive change our lives will be subjected to, job losses, closure of businesses and changes in the ways people interact and do business.
But the good or brighter side to have emerged out of this lockdown is that many have realised their full potentials, thei capabilities and have even worked on bettering their capabilities in order to earn greater rewards out of their abilities or skills.
31 years old Letlotlo Chabaeng has been a passionate baker from early stages of her life. She used to bake for fun and would have absolute pleasure in seeing people enjoying the magic she has made with the ovens. After graduating her Bcom degree in Marketing she struggled to find employment, which made her realise that her passion of baking can actually generate her income.

Go atlegisa kgwebo e e sa tlwaelegang mo kiletsong ya motsamao le Lelo’s Poultry

One of the greater and sad realities we have to face on after having emerged victorious from the Covid-19 pandemic is the massive change our lives will be subjected to, job losses, closure of businesses and changes in the ways people interact and do business.
So for any business person providing services or products that people are in daily need of will be at an added advantage as their products will forever be in need, just may suffer a little decrease in demand but will likely pick up post Covid-19 lockdown and pandemic.
To learn more about keeping with demand and managing with decrease in demand during these Covid-19 times we a with a 27 years old farmer from Kuruman, Miss Kgalalelo Matlala who runs a poultry farm.

Tsiboso-phatlalatsa ka kankere ya letlalo le Dr Mathobela Matjekane – General Practitioner & Aesthetic Practitioner

As the country and the world as a whole is at war with the Covid-19 pandemic, it is important to not neglect other silent killers such as chronic illnesses that claim lives on a daily basis. Fortunately much as we are all focused on Covid-19, we still have awareness campaigns that alert us of other illnesses like Skin Cancer.
The month of May is not only Africa month, but it is also a month of creating much awareness as possible about skin cancer, which can be simply defined as the abnormal growth of skin cells which most often develops on skin exposed to the sun.
But this common form of cancer can also occur on areas of your skin not ordinarily exposed to sunlight. There are three major types of skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.
Skin cancer affects people of all skin tones, including those with darker complexions. When melanoma occurs in people with dark skin tones, it's more likely to occur in areas not normally exposed to the sun, such as the palms of the hands and soles of the feet

Go netefatsa pabalesego ya go dira mo tlase ga seemo sa matlhotlhapelo le Mr Boikie Mampuru – Provincial Chief Inspector

Our country and the world at large has been hard at work battling with the invincible enemy Coronavirus which has held the better half or three thirds of the world at ransom by enforcing lockdowns and even threatening state of emergencies at some other countries.
After careful and well informed assessments, many countries have resorted to easing their lockdown regulations, allowing for movement of people who are intending to acquire essential materials at their nearest service providers, and even going to perfom essential services.
Many industries have opened up lately, allowing of economic activities through production in many economic sectors, under the very same state of disaster or pandemic that has severely affected the world. The question that arises now is the issue of safety, ensuring safety of workers during disaster or pandemic times by making the working environment to be as safe and friendlier as possible.

Go atlegisa kgwebo e e sa tlwaelegang le Mme Mahlatse Mashao – Dipalesa Flawas

One of the greatest concepts that mostly ensures growth and success of a newly started business is being solution orientated, addressing certain community issues or even introducing new things which somehow helps improve life for the better.
Amongst new things that many, more especially communities in the townships were not much familiar with is buying/sending or receiving flowers. This new trend which serves as a token for appreciation was introduced to the township communities around Johannesburg by a passionate florist Ms Mahlatse Mashao.
The 31 years old mother of two saw the need to start a Floral and Gifting Boutique after having realised her passion for flowers and wanting to put it to good use, share with the public the fulfilling that is brought by flowers.

Mogare wa Corona mo balwetseng ba paka-telele le Dr Isaac Mashitisho – Specialist Physician

Just as the world is currently battling with Covid-19 pandemic, it is important to also take into consideration other chronic illnesses that do need attention, and ensures that they are not neglected. Amid this pandemic, chronic health conditions still need attention.
If one had diabetes before the pandemic, they still have diabetes and should be monitoring their blood sugar levels. If one was advised to follow a low-salt diet before the pandemic to control their blood pressure, they still need to follow a low-salt diet during the Covid-19 pandemic times.
Chronic conditions such as that of heart, lungs or kidneys can have a severe impact on any patient diagnosed with Coronavirus. Therefore they need to be given thorough attention during these pandemic times to ensure that they do remain under control during these times.

Mokgwa o mafaratlhatlha a ka ungwelang bagwebi-potlana ka gone le Koketso Mphahlele wa Take-A-Few Online

One of the few major life lessons we have thus learned from this year is that one may plan to do this and that, but the higher forces above us will have a deciding plan or move of action. The very same needs to apply with life and the things we get up to or rely on to make life simpler and smoother, we need to have plan B’s or alternative options to implement during rainy days.
This current tough Covid-19 time shave shown us that indeed life can pan out to be something else; life can derail your plans and do as it intends to and one will have to either implement their plan B’s or adapt and suffer with life’s new changes. Many jobs are currently on the line as a result of the economic hard fall due to the Covid-19’s lockdown.
Just as many South Africans are trying hard to raise their heads as entrepreneurs; Lockdown has also affected the small entrepreneurs sector. Luckily for many entrepreneurs, a good Samaritan and smart thinker realised that a viable option of boosting sales is needed, an online platform whereby all vendors showcase their products and sell online as well.

Go belegela ko malapeng mo nakong eno ya mogare wa Corona le Dr Tebogo Deo – Gynecologist &

Pregnancy and childbirth are natural life events and in most cases you will have a natural birth. If you have a straightforward pregnancy and both you and the baby are well, you might choose to give birth at home. Healthy women who have been assessed to be at low risk have an option to choose where they want to give birth, either at hospitals or even at home. Amidst the current on-going pandemic, one will have to practice extra precaution when giving birth at home to ensure protecting and preventing of unnecessary infections including that of the current troubling Coronavirus.

Mokgwa o mogare wa Corona o ka amang bagodi ka gone le Dr Boitumelo Mashitisho – Specialist Physician

Since December, 2019, the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China, has become a global public health threat. The elderly citizens have been most affected by the pandemic due to various reasons. Older people don't have as strong an immune system so they are more vulnerable to infectious disease. Elders are also more likely to have conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, diabetes or kidney disease, which weaken their body’s ability to fight infectious disease. So in-light of the unfolding of the pandemic, it is wise to ensure that elders are properly taken care of by well informing those in charge of their wellbeing.

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