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29
MAR

10 Year Old Ethan Palagangwe the Singing Prodigy

Kyeezi chats with 10 Year Old Ethan Palagangwe from Mitchell's Plain, who has a real gift for singing. His parents have been running a BackaBuddy campaign to help put him through school at South Africa's most prestigious singing school, The Drakensberg Boys Choir School.
24
MAR

Ashley Smith & The Dream Mile

Kyeezi chats with Mitchell's Plain athlete Ashley Smith who recently became the first WP athlete to run a mile in under 4 minutes since 1997.
Ashley Smith is firmly determined to be a part of the upcoming Olympic squad and we see great things for his future.
17
MAR

Carina Bruwer Marathon Swimmer

Maka chats with Carina Bruwer who has become the first person to swim across Walker Bay, in a time of 6h36 in aid of the Tribuo fund and the performing arts sector of South Africa.
04
MAR

Retha Harmse on World Obesity Day

Kyeezi chats with registered dietician, Retha Harmse about the dangers of Obesity in South Africa but also highlights awareness of people's struggle with weight.
01
MAR

Kashif Wicomb on our Return to Lockdown Level 1

Kyeezi chats with Kashif Wicomb, President of the Progressive Professionals Forum & Director of Adenco Construction about the implications of returning to Lockdown Level 1 ad how it might affect the people of South Africa.

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