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INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS

PhD student preserves African heritage using ethno-mathematics as part of her research to trace symmetrical geometry in Ndebele mural art and beadwork.
GUEST: THULISILE BHUDA - North West University Phd Student in Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Culture & Heritage Activist and Children's Book Author
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COVID – 19 REPORT

GUEST: Prof BURTRAM FIELDING - Virologist and Director of Research and Development at the University of The Western Cape
12
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#SolidarityForGBV

The Justice Desk is an award-winning human rights organisation which operates in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. They empower local people to understand and defend their Human Rights.
GUEST: IGNATIUS FRANCE - Advocacy and Training Manager The Justice Desk
09
APR
2pm

BEHIND THE MUSIC OF ZOE MODIGA

Her Debut Album “”Yellow The Novel” came out in 2017 and now she has her work entitled “Inganekwane” (2020)
Zoe Modiga was born Palesa Nomthandazo Phumelele Modiga in Overport, Durban and raised in Pietermaritzburg. Her love for music at a very young age encouraged her to attend the National School of the Arts in Braamfontein, Johannesburg where she studied classical piano, clarinet and vocals.
GUEST: ZOE MODIGA – Artist
09
APR
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REDI ON MAIL AND GUARDIAN

1st of April 2021 Redi Tlhabi became Guest Editor for Mail and Guardian. What conversations she is hoping to highlight?
GUEST: REDI THLABI – Guest Editor Mail and Guardian
07
APR
2pm

CHARLOTTE MANNYA- MAXEKE

Today marks 150 years since struggle icon, mama Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke, was born. The religious leader and political activist was the first Black South African woman to earn a university degree a Bachelor of Science in the USA.
2021 has been declared the Year of Charlotte Maxeke with a focus on unity, renewal and reconstruction
GUEST: ZUBEIDA JAFFER – Author of “Beauty of The Heart: The Life and Times of Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke”
07
APR
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The Behavioral Effects of Marijuana Use

The Behavioral Effects of Marijuana Use; researchers from the University of Toronto collected 124 studies conducted from 1995 to 2020 that looked at how recreational marijuana use affected mental health and functioning. They identified four main areas where marijuana had negative consequences for mental health.

GUEST: DR. CARMEN JAMES – Integrative Medical Practitioner

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