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On The Job - The joys of following a career in healing

Although she never got a chance to follow her dream to be a veterinarian, Ingrid Pollock still gets to heal many lives as a Reiki practitioner. Reiki involves healing the physical, emotional and spiritual body. Pollock explains her journey from corporate to healing and why it so much more fulfilling making a difference in the lives of others.

How radio is more than just the voice

Daluxolo ‘Dali’ Jalmeni, a radio personality and entrepreneur, shares his radio experience and why it is important to study at a media house for better understanding of the industry.

Dali takes a look at what he could have learned about radio before his career. He believes that young people should study because radio is not all about the voice. There are other various components that are involved in what listeners hear at the end such a content producer, technical producer and programmes manager who ensure the show is broadcasted.

How to become a fire fighter and save lives

Fire Fighter Nkosikhona Andile Khumalo from the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan explains the important role that fire fighters play in different communities to save peoples’ lives and what it takes to become a professional fire fighter.

A brief look into garden designing

Glenice Ebedes has been a garden designer for six years. She shares her insights on the common misconceptions of garden work and ways to get a foot into the industry.

The day-to-day work done in public relations

In public relations the client is your first priority before anything else and Charlene Lamb Executive Director of ONSPOT Communications Management explains what it means to work in the public relations industry, from the client, to the media channels and the external public at large for the over-all results.

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