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08
JUL
8am

North West University engineers tutor prospective students

Life can be difficult for Grade 11 and 12 learners who have to master challenging subjects such as mathematics in their final years in high school. It can even be more trying when a coronavirus pandemic and its resulting lockdown are added to the mix.Because mathematics is essential for a career in the engineering sciences, the NWU’s Faculty of Engineering joined an initiative to assist learners though online tutorial classes.

GUEST: Prof Liezl van Dyk - Executive Dean of the faculty of Engineering North West University
08
JUL
7am

Combatting starvation during these difficult times - cockroach milk is the new superfood

Cockroach milk is a protein-rich substance that female Pacific beetle cockroaches feed their young.Many foodies and scientists have become interested in cockroach milk because it contains both protein crystals and amino acids. Cockroach milk is technically a complete food according to nutritionists, as it contains all the essential amino acids, fat, and carbohydrates you need.

Guest: Dr Oluwafemi Adebo - Food Technologist at UJ
08
JUL
7am

Media24 considers closing 5 magazines, 2 newspapers, as covid-19 slashes circulation

Media24 has announced it will start consultations with staff about the possible closure of five magazines and two newspapers as well as outsourcing and reducing the frequency of its remaining monthly magazines, among other interventions, as the Covid-19 pandemic cuts into advertising and circulation.

The publisher will also consider taking two newspapers digital only and reducing staff in related support services.

Guest: Ishmet Davidson - Ceo of media 24
07
JUL
8am

COMMUNITY BUILDER - MANDELA MONTH

Church in Western Cape Strandfontein supporting its community impacted by the covid-19 pandemic.

GUEST: PASTOR CHARMAINE HOEDEMAKER - One Good Hope Christian Centre pastor.
07
JUL
7am

WILLING & ABLE

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is said to be turning away
applicants for R1860 disability grants and telling them to apply for the COVID -19 emergency grants instead.

GUEST: EVASHNEE NAIDU - Regional Manager Black Sash Kwazulu Natal
07
JUL
7am

SOUTH AFRICANS STUCK IN CHINA

An Open Letter by a concerned South African Citizen asking SA Embassy in China & DIRCO to assist people who have run out of money and pregnant women wanting to return home,

GUEST: EZILE SOLI - writer of the open letter

GUEST: ZINTLE NOMABHUNGA - English Teacher in China

GUEST: LUNGA NGQENGELELE - DIRCO
06
JUL
8am

The Tekkie Tax Campaign

The Tekkie Tax campaign, builds up to Tekkie Tax Day on 31 July. Over the past seven years - 2020 being the eighth edition, Tekkie Tax has raised nearly R50m in support of 1,800 beneficiary organisations which have benefitted from the funds raised. This funding is used as each organisation sees fit, the only requirement being that it is utilised in an honest and transparent way.

GUEST: Germa Hattingh - Campaign manager at Tekkie Tax
06
JUL
8am

Talking Relationships – Leaving The Nest

Leaving home and starting your own life can leave a sour taste in a parent’s mouth but it needs to happen.Where do we draw the line between being a supportive child and still be an independent adult - Parent - Adult Child relationship.

GUEST: Khosi Jiyane - Clinical Psychologist
06
JUL
7am

Open street map programme

“There are about two billion persons in the entire world who will not look on a proper map,” suggests Ivan Gayton from the charity Humanitarian OpenStreetMap.“It really is shameful that we – as cartographers of the entire world – don’t take sufficient interest to even know where they are. People today are residing and dying without having showing on any databases.”
Recognised as the “Wikipedia for maps”, any individual can down load OpenStreetMap and edit it much too.

GUEST: IVAN BUENDIA GAYTON - Technical Project Manager, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team

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