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22
JAN
7am

THIS ABILITY - ACCESS TO EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

We often find that there aren’t enough government schools that cater for disabled children (and the schools that are there, are not accessible to all children); the private schools are too expensive and this leave parents with no choice but to let their children stay at home. There are many parents who have even had to quit their jobs so that they can take care of their children. Is there enough will to educate children with disabilities?

GUEST: Sinethemba Mbatha – Co-founder of Sinithemba Care
22
JAN
7am

I AM AN AFRICAN - ELECTION OUTCOMES IN THE DRC

Why are Africa’s elections filled with ‘drama’ (for lack of a better word)? What fuels this growing trend of leaders not wanting to accept election results? Does this say something about electoral systems in Africa and a need for reform or is this a indication of leaders not wanting to let go of power? What is the role of the international community when a country finds itself in a situation like that of the DRC?

GUEST : Stephanie Wolters - Senior Research Fellow, ISS Pretoria
22
JAN
6am

MORAL REGENERATION IN SA

Moral degeneration is SA is a major problem which negatively affects many societies. We should transform our society by addressing social problems and ending moral degeneration. How do we facilitate moral regeneration in SA?

Guest : Seth Mazibuko –Social Development Activist (ASD) ,Programme Facilitator: Youth Moral and Ethical Leadership Programme and Coordinator of Making Our Communities Safer for Children
21
JAN
7am

Do Good: Mother and Child Academic Hospital Foundation (MACAH F)

The MACAH Foundation was established and officially launched in April 2018 with three founder directors (Prof André Venter, Prof Gert van Zyl and Dr Riana van Zyl). The foundation is registered as a Non-Profit Company (NPC) and functions as an independent body to generate third stream income and cultivate prospects and investors, as well as a facilitator to promote the proposed FS MACAH (Free State Mother & Child Academic Hospital), Make the first 1000 days count initiative and the Children’s Wing project. The foundation won a grant from The Carl & Emily Fuchs Foundation as part of their 50th Golden Years Celebration. This grant has been used to enable the establishment of the NPC, and to develop a strong brand and a marketing strategy.

Guest: Professor André Venter – Head of Department of Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of the Free State
21
JAN
7am

AmaJita: Men Engage Summit

Under the theme Addressing challenges relating to the decay of Morals and Values as seen in escalating Violence and Abuse gripping our communities, the men Engage Summit seeks to continue raising awareness on issues affecting communities and families and the broader impact these have in all of South Africa. It also aims to forge a collective understanding and work towards a buy in of all men in answering pertinent in addressing these challenges.

GUEST: Daddy Teboho Mafodi – Member of Dads In The Picture
21
JAN
6am

HOW SHOULD WE DEAL WITH CORRUPTION IN SA?

Corruption in South Africa – Is the problem deeper than what meets the eye? Could this be an indication of our lack of firmness when dealing with corruption? Will we ever see an end to corruption?

Guest: David Lewis - Executive Director at Corruption Watch
18
JAN
7am

Chow Down Friday – Mogodu Mondays

Mogodu Mondays – why is there a growing trend of serving tripe on Mondays? When did Monday nights become ‘play nights’?

Guest (phone): Sbu Hlongwane – CEO Siyabangena Group / Dudu and Thenjiwe - Chefs
18
JAN
7am

The Disclaimer

Hilarious, exciting and extra large on humor Abuti Lolo is an MC, Comedian and Ubumnandi Distributor.

The perfect man to come to any function and ensure that it is fun. He was given the title Ubumnandi Distributor from one of his clients and has since never given up on that title because of constant reaffirmations. He believes that life is very tricky, it has its ups and downs but when an opportunity to have fun presents itself one should always grab it with both hands because one will never know whose life is about to change forever.
He has experience in many different types of events such as weddings, music festivals, birthday celebrations, award evenings and many more.

GUEST: Abuti Lolo –MC and Comedian
18
JAN
6am

Tourism Feature – Tshuku's Transport and Tours

Tshuku Tours is an inbound tour operator located in The Cradle of Humankind, Gauteng with operations throughout South Africa.
We specialize in Heritage & Cultural tours, Township Experiences, Adventure and Leisure tours, Incentive Tours and Safari tours.
We also provide Point to Point Shuttles and Transfers & Chauffeur Services throughout South Africa. We are SATSA (Southern Africa Tourism Services Associations) members and TCTC (The Cradle Tourism Company) members

Guest: Mpho Mache – Director at Tshuku's Transport and Tours
18
JAN
6am

Fresha Frestival 2019 - What could be more quintessentially Durban than a summer festival of free family theatre

The Fresha Festival of free fun family al-fresco theatre will be staged for the third time on Durban’s North Beach at the end of the school holidays for three days on 18, 19, 20 January.

The Fresha team has selected a programme of vibrant, engaging works that are non-verbal and last just 15-20 minutes. All the shows are in the daylight, in the open-air and free to all. The format of the day for Saturday and Sunday is similar with shows which are accessible to people of all ages, family-friendly and from all walks of life. Festival Director Emma Durden considered: “What could be more quintessentially Durban than a summer festival of free family theatre?

Guest: Emma Durden – Director of the Fresha Festival

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