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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01
JUL

Go lekalekanya ditlhokego tsa tiro le kgwebo ka gangwe

Many big greatest things in this world has emerged whilst having started off as just a dream, a dreamer had to have just courage to take a step in turning dreams to be a reality.
Today we have many business people, both men and women from all different backgrounds; many are working hard in their respective fields of work to do well in their craft. Come knock-off time one has to back to being a mother/father to their children, a spouse to their partner and other home roles to fill.
Our guest today is a daughter, sister, mother and a businesswoman Renolda Nkgomotsang Kube, a hair specialist in Mogwase, just outside Rusternburg next to Sun City. Renolda was working for many years as a waitress at one of the restaurants in Sun City, until one day she decided enough was indeed enough and took a brave bold decision to pursue her dream.
01
JUL

Mabaka a a ka lebisang ko go amogelweng ga bana ko maokelong le Dr Tumelo Leeuw – Paediatrician

As we have just started the mid-year school’s recess, it is important to ensure physical safety of children when leaving them behind for work and their health safety as well against the chilly cold weathers of the current winter season.
The current season of winter comes with many infections/illnesses which many children are prone to, making them fall ill now and then. Should the illnesses not be well taken care of, it may lead to serious condition for children which may eventually lead to hospital admissions.
21
MAY

Diphetogo tse o ka itemogelang tsone fa o simolola go dirisa di ARV le Dr Mpho Mogonediwa

The treatment of HIV has been massively improved and made better over the past previous years, from taking in a number of pills, now narrowed to only one pill. This has assisted in simplifying the process of taking medication to those who do not really like it.
Whether one has known for some time or recently found out of their HIV status, it is common knowledge lately that it is no longer needed to wait for a certain scale or number of CD4 count to decrease up to thus far, but can and should enroll for ARV’s treatment immediately after testing positive.
Just like any other forms and types of medication, ARV’s do have their own fair share of side effects. Side effects have been reported with all ARV drugs and, in the earlier era of combination ART, side effects were among the most common reasons for switching or discontinuing therapy and for medication non-adherence. Fortunately, newer ARV regimens are associated with fewer serious and intolerable adverse effects than regimens used in the past.
16
MAY

Dipoelo tsa go ikatisa ga bagodi le Mme Cathrine Mathebe gotswa Bophelong Fitness Club

Better health and wellness is one of the most important pillars of the elders’ wellbeing, keeping busy by means of exercising and stretching muscles now and then can really save lives.
So it has been the case with Miss Cathrine Mathebe, the now 63 years old Tembisa based granny who saw her health deteriorating badly to such an extent that she ended up quitting her job. Simple basic exercises in her sitting room brought amazing changes to her well-being, which in turn motivated her to help others.
Miss Mathebe went on to start Bophelong Fitness Club with an aim of assisting many elders in and around her township to get their health in good condition and their bodies in good shape in order to ensure that they do not experience what she once went through. The elders convene from Monday to Thursday for a session of aerobics dance to help keep fit and healthy.
15
MAY

Go dira kgwebo e e tlisang pharologano mo matshelong a batho le Ms Eugenia Mokone – Addnum holdings

Education has been preached over and over again as the key to success, an empowerment tool all should equip themselves with in order to make it in the journey of life.
Having seen this to be true and seen all the gaps within the educational centres and facilities in our society, this prompted Miss Eugenia Mokone to do something about it. The Bushbuckridge born lady saw a need to prepare learners properly for the complex demands of the 21st Century knowledge and therefore established ADDNUM Holdings Ltd, the managing company of Education Centres from Pre-School, Primary School & Training centres for Corporate and communities.
Miss Mokone had realized that, today and in the future, all learners need to be principled, creative & critically literate in order to make informed decisions, communicate effectively and thrive in an ever-changing global community. For the past 20 years, they have invested time and resource to educate, train and empower people.
15
MAY

Go samagana le setlha sa mokgotlhoane - sefuba Dr Kholofelo Maponya (Specialist Paediatrician)

The winter season has once again brazed us with its presence, favourite season for many and not so favourite for others. The season is not only known for freezing weathers only, but the forever troubling influenza viruses.
Each winter, millions of people suffer from seasonal flu, the short name for influenza which is caused by viruses. Viruses are very small germs. Some viruses can spread easily from one person to another. They cause illnesses or infections like the flu. Older woman with the flu blowing her nose
Flu is a mild illness for some people. For older people, especially those who have health problems like diabetes or heart disease, the flu can be very serious, even life-threatening.
14
MAY

Botlhokwa ba go dirisa ditsiboso-phatlalatsa ka mogare wa HI le Mr Jim Phandle – HIV/AIDS activist/ambassador

After more than 25 years of the existence of the pandemic HIV/AIDS, there are still many people who do not know much about the virus, are not well informed on the proper ways of managing with the virus, taking good care of themselves and preventing possible infection of the virus.
07 years ago a man from Rock-lands township, just outside the city of roses Bloemfontein, decided to embark on a mission/journey of creating as much awareness as possible about the virus, informing people on better ways of taking good care of themselves and ensuring that they do not get infected or infecting others by the virus.
Mr. Jim Phandle, who works at Bloemfontein SAPS as a cleaner decided to enroll in a program that was taking off at their workplace about peer education. This program would later see Mr Phandle as an HIV/AIDS ambassador. Their work as HIV/AIDS ambassadors include going on awareness programs, informing fellow colleagues in various SAPS about ways and means in which they could manage and better prevent any possibilities of HIV infection.
07
MAY

Botlhokwa ba go dirisa Itshireletso ontse o na le mogare wa HI le molekane wa gago le Dr G Mothibi

Many can ask a question, what is the purpose of using protecting if I and my partner are both HIV positive? What it is the harm and doing protection-less? Well the underlying trueth is that there is a lot of harm should an intercourse between two HIV positive people occur without protection, it leads to re-infection.
Re-infection (also known as superinfection) refers to an HIV-positive person acquiring a second strain of virus from someone else with HIV. Reports of individual cases of reinfection have shown that, in some cases, it has the potential to speed up the disease progression process.
Re-infection is a concern because it may be a way for one to acquire drug resistance, and it may lead to more rapid disease progression.
06
MAY

Go dira kgotsa go dirisiwa ga bana le Rre Boikie Mampuru - Provincial Chief Inspector

Child labour has proven itself to be a problem in the whole wide world and is still a persisting problem in the post democratic South Africa.
As much as the government is trying hard to climb down on the illegal practices of child labour, the unacceptable tendency is still occurring and has grown to be a matter of concern.
Its is advisable for kids to start learning about responsibilities from an early age by getting part time jobs, earning their own money and knowing how to spend it wisely, but a serious consideration has to be made about the age limit for a child to have a part time job and the exact hours to be worked by a child.
However as far as rural farms are concerned, it sometimes proves to be a different challenge altogether as mostly you find kids who are sometimes not even at school, some immediately after school they go on to work in the farms. Problem becomes when their working hours and working conditions do not get to be regulated.
29
APR

Tshwaetsego ya Croup le Dr. Tumelo Leeuw – Paediatrician

Today on our health feature we look into the most common infections amongst kids during this season, being Croup. Also known as laryngotracheobronchitis, Croup is a type of respiratory infection that is usually caused by a virus.
The infection leads to swelling inside the trachea, which interferes with normal breathing and produces the classic symptoms of "barking" cough, stridor, and a hoarse voice. Fever and runny nose may also be present.
Croup often begins as a typical cold. If there's enough inflammation and coughing, a child will develop: loud barking cough that's further aggravated by crying and coughing, as well as anxiety and agitation, setting up a cycle of worsening signs and symptoms: fever: Hoarse voice and breathing that may be noisy or laboured. Symptoms of croup are typically worse at night and usually last for three to five days.
Croup typically occurs in younger children, usually it is not that serious and most children can be treated at home.

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