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Screw New Years Resolutions

Mack Rapapali in Conversation with Zanele Njapha.
In the face of disruptive change, Zanele assists organisations to navigate various transitions and become future-fit by cracking the unlearning code.

Lillia Lessev shares JacaDay flash backs

Jacarandafm's @MackRapapali in conversation with Lillia Lesseve about her brand new single and shares some memories when she won the Jacaday competition to open stage for some of the biggest artists in the country.

Surprise call to Carli J Myers

Jacarandafm's Mack Rapapali decided to give Carli J Myers a surprise call to share the journey behind her brand new single. Caught off guard, she still managed to deliver.

Even though it will be different lets back the Vodacom Bulls

"Vodacom fan saturday is the best way to kick off our first season and with fans not being able to attend, we have come up with a concept where we cut out our fans pictures and display them in the stadium." @Jacarandafm 's @MackRapapali in conversation with Vodacom Bulls Head of communication Shanil Mangaroo.

Rozanne Mckenzie chats about Ubuntu and hope

"I cry when I see some of the episodes because they are inspiring and this is an eye opener, because there's always that one person that's really in a worse situation, and to change their lives means a lot to me."

Mack Rapapali chats to JacarandaFM's Rozanne Mckenzie about her new show , "Omgee-engele".

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