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MUSIC FEATURE – LIVE PERFORMANCE FROM BONGEZIWE MABANDLA

After two nominations for the South African Music Awards in 2013 following the release of his first album Umlilo and his award in 2018 for his second album, Mangaliso, the Tsolo-born artist is back with another project.

Guest: Bongeziwe Mabandla - Award Winning Singer, guitarist and songwriter
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THE ART OF TASTY AND HEALTHY FOOD - LEXI’S HEALTHY EATERY

We are striving for the most sustainable, conscious, moral and nutritious way of eating.
For us, that means mostly plants and very little processed foods (including animal products). We’ve added some free-range meat or fish options on our menu to accommodate those flexitarians out there, as we realise not everyone’s journey is the same. Creating an awakening in the consciousness of how your meal came to be on your plate is already a massive step towards a healthier, sustainable, cruelty-free life.
So, whether you are vegan, vegetarian, banting, paleo or just trying to make small healthier, more moral and eco-friendly choices everyday, remember that in the end there are no rules. Eat what makes you feel strong and in a way that makes you feel proud of what you are putting in your body.

Lexi Monzeglio - Founder Lexi’s Healthy Eatery
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SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL PARKS WEEK

The inaugural South African National Parks Week took place in 2006 and was aimed at linking the South African national parks system to the global national movement and to also showcase the best of South Africa’s national parks. SA National Parks Week 2019
South African National Parks will be presenting the 14th annual SA National Parks Week from 8 to 15 September 2019. We are proud to once again celebrate this week with our partners, Total South Africa and FNB.

Guest: Ike Phaahla - Spokesperson at SANParks
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SANDTOWN SHUTDOWN

Women began gathering in Sandton in the wee hours on Friday ahead of the planned #SandtonShutdown protest against Gender-Based Violence (GBV).

The protest which comes one day after national crime stats indicated that violent crimes and murder had significantly worsened.

On Thursday the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) issued a statement in support of the protest, which is a call to action from all civil society groups to participate in a massive sit-in in Sandton City in order to highlight the scourge of GBV.

Guest: Nicky Newton King - CEO of Johannesburg Stock Exchange
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THE BIG INTERVIEW – PROFESSOR PITIKA NTULI

Pitika Ntuli is a South African sculptor, poet,[1] writer, and academic who spent 32 years of his life in exile in Swaziland and the UK.[2][3] He holds an MFA from the Pratt Institute in New York and an MA in Comparative Industrial Relations and Industrial Sociology. While in exile in the UK he taught at Camberwell College of Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the London College of Printing, Middlesex University and the University of East London. Since returning to South Africa he has taught at Wits and UKZN.

Guest: PROFESSOR PITIKA NTULI
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The challenges people living with disabilities in rural areas ?

Guest: Lloyd “DJ Barkzzz” Babedi – Disability Activist, Social entrepreneur and DJ

This is Hlayiseko Baloyi (17) from Gumbani Village in Malamulele. She was born with disability , she is in need of a wheelchair, pampers and sanitary pads .
Her single mother can't be able to go look for employment because of Hlayiseko condition because it needs her special support. Anyone who can donate please inbox me or Dayson Shivambu .
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Plan to shut down sandton in protest over gender-based and xenophobic violence

Guest: Lindelwa Nxumalo- Women’s Rights Coordinator for Action Aid

Plan to shut down Sandton in protest over gender-based and xenophobic violence
Tens of thousands protest outside parliament against gender-based violence following a week of brutal murders of young South African women in Cape Town, South Africa, 05 September 2019. Picture: EPA-EFE / NIC BOTHMA
Tens of thousands protest outside parliament against gender-based violence following a week of brutal murders of young South African women in Cape Town, South Africa, 05 September 2019.
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Steve Bikos legacy

Guest: Kaiser Khoza – National Chairperson for the Black Management Forum Policy and Research

Touching tributes are flooding social media as South Africans remember Steve Bantu Biko, who was killed 42 years ago today.

As one of the most recognisable members of the Black Consciousness Movement, Biko's outspokenness and fearlessness saw him confront the apartheid government, mainly on students' grievances.
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MEN TALK - WHY MEN FEEL DISEMPOWERED?

According to the statistics provided by Statistics South Africa (StatsSA 2013:3) women in South Africa - regardless of race or location - are more impoverished than men. Despite this, female-headed households, particularly those in rural areas, are larger and more complex in structure than those headed by men. The large size of households, the fact that more than half of all the households (55.2%) are headed by women and that women on average earn less than men all contribute to their poverty status.

Guest: Javu Baloyi - Spokesperson for the Commission of gender equality
Commission of Gender Equality

Siphiwe Moyo - Co Founder of Chief People Officer at Twice Blue
Lecturer at GIBS, Henley & Wits Business School

Charlie Petersen - Author of Growing Up Without A Father

Professor Phil Beverly - Professor and Administrator at the
University of Illinois at Chicago & Leader in Man Kind Project USA
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FOR ARTS SAKE - OVER TIME

Last Saturday Goodman Gallery Johannesburg opened Over Time, Carrie Mae Weems' first solo exhibition on the continent.
Weems is considered one of the most influential contemporary American artists. Using photography, text, fabric, audio, digital images, installation and video, Weems compels viewers to actively consider how the world is structured, bringing to light systems of oppression and inequality while exploring relationships between power, class, race and gender.

Guest: Emma Lawrence - Curator
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Without Us Campaign

South African women have called on their fellow compatriots to join the ‘Without Us’ demonstrations, a daring display of dissatisfaction with the way the government has dealt with gender-based violence.

Guest: Sibabalwe Sesmani - Founder of Unorthodox PR & Media Group
and Founder of #WithoutUsSA march

Farah Fortune - Founder of African Star Communications. She is
solidarity with the #WithoutUsSA march
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ROAD TO SUCCESS - DR ADRAINA MARAIS

Dr Adriana Marais, theoretical physicist, technologist and aspiring extraterrestrial, believes that we are living at a unique point in the history of life on Earth. Developments in engineering and science are taking place at an unprecedented rate, and the expansion of our society beyond this planet is within reach.
In December 2020, Adriana and the Off-World team will depart for an overwinter, off-world settlement simulation experiment in Antarctica to demonstrate community living and off-grid capabilities, from life-support to communication systems, in the harshest and most isolated environment on Earth.

Guest: Dr Adraina Marais - Theoretical Physicist, Technologist & Aspiring Extraterrestrial. And Founder at #ProudlyHuman

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