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21
JAN
7am

Book Review: 5 Books To Read This January

1. Zola, Johan Jack Smith.
2. Hair: Weaving and unplucking stories of identity, edited by Joanne Hichens and Karin M. Szczurek.
3. Those Who Travel Meet Themselves, edited by Michelle Ntandoyenkosi Van Onna Green - Thompson.
4. Happiness is a Four Letter Word, Nozizwe Cynthia Jele.
5. Black Tax, edited by Niq Mhlongo.

Guest: Lorraine Sithole – Writer, Publisher ,Reader and a Promoter of Afrocententric stories
20
JAN
7am

The Signing Of The Traditional And Khoi-San Leadership Act. What Does It Mean For The Rights Of Rural People?

The Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Act seeks to transform traditional and Khoi-San institutions in line with constitutional imperatives, such as the Bill of Rights, and restore the integrity and legitimacy of the institutions of traditional and Khoi-San leadership in line with customary law and practices," read a statement from the Presidency on Friday. It also provides for the protection and promotion of the institutions of traditional and Khoi-San leadership. OF FIRST NATION NEWS

Guest: Constance Mogale - National Coordinator for the Rural Women's Assembly

Guest: Chief Zenzile Khoisan - Chief of the Gorinhaiqua Cultural Council
20
JAN
6am

Healthy fats and natural energy boosters for the body

There are numerous types of fat. Your body makes its own fat from taking in excess calories. Some fats are found in the foods you eat — these are called dietary fats. Dietary fat is a macronutrient that provides energy for your body.
It’s also critical to have foods that naturally boost your energy instead of taking vitamins that will substitute that.

Guest: Professor Tim Noakes – Author, runner, LCHF/Banting/CrossFit proponent
20
JAN
6am

Understanding Adult bullying: Have you experienced this?

Bullying doesn't stop when childhood ends. Schoolyard bullies often become bullying adults. Many of us dealt with bullies growing up and don’t expect to deal with bullies when we are older. How can we deal with adult bullying?

Guest: Penny Holburn - Life And Business Coach
17
JAN
6am

Tourism – Understanding what agritourism is and opportunities in the sector

Agritourism is a growing international phenomenon. It is any tourist activity happening on a farm and linked to the farm’s activities and attractions. This can include agricultural activities such as milking cows at the dairy, shearing wool, harvesting crops, culling herds, using agricultural implements, tasting and buying farm produce. Using the farm’s resources for game viewing, birding, biking, hiking, fishing are all part of Agritourism. Boarding and lodging on the farm is a bonus but not a necessity.

Guest: Zelda Coetzee - One of the partners of AgriTourism South Africa
17
JAN
6am

The clean up campaign - what the impact does volunteerism have in our society?

The World Mission Society Church of God Young Adult Worker Volunteer Group has launched a worldwide movement called ASEZ, WOA which means Save the Earth from A to Z and We Are One. They aim to accomplish the UN SDGs (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) working together with national government, local municipalities and public institutions throughout the world.

Guest: Wandile Mazibuko - Manager at ASEZ, WOA which means Save the Earth from A to Z
17
JAN
6am

Closet - An Exibition By Brett Charles

Closet is Brett Charles Seiler’s first exhibition with Goodman Gallery. Taking the form of painting and installation, Closet continues Seiler’s ongoing interest in themes of longing, distance and nostalgia. Seiler describes his work as a straight-forward “coming of age narrative” taking place during the gay rights movement. Born in 1994, Seiler did not personally experience this period of history. Instead, the artist accesses it through references to historic gay modes of communication and conduct, incorporating figurative forms as well as text and language to tell these stories through poetic snapshots of a time before gay liberation in society. His exhibition will take place on the 25 January - 29 February 2020 at Goodman Gallery Johannesburg Viewing Room

Guest: Brett Charles Seiler / Exhibiting Closet at the Goodman Gallery
16
JAN
7am

THE BIG INTERVIEW: PJ POWERS

The Big interview is a personality profile interview that focuses on all aspects of one’s remarkable journey. We want to connect with our guest as an individual .This includes childhood experiences, goals (then and now) , their take on issues of national interest/current issues in SA, their advice and personal take on leadership. Today we are joined by Award - Winning South African musician, PJ Powers.

Guest: PJ POWERS - AWARD WINNING MUSICIAN

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