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23
AUG
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MEET THE ARTIST: SAM COOKE

Samuel Cook, known professionally as Sam Cooke, was an American singer, songwriter, civil-rights activist and entrepreneur. Influential as both a singer and composer, he is commonly known as the King of Soul for his distinctive vocals and importance within popular music

Guest: RJ Benjamin – Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, composer, vocal coach, musical director and producer
23
AUG
8am

THE ART OF CHOCOLATE WITH CHOCOLOZA

Chocoloza was founded by Vicki Bain, an environmental and sustainability consultant in a previous life but 14 years in Belgium turned her into a homesick chocolatier. After qualifying as a chocolatier and pastry chef she worked for arguably one of the best artisanal chocolatiers in Belgium, Demeestere, as well as one of the biggest and best-known, Neuhaus. But there is no place like home, and so Chocoloza was born.

Guest: Vicki Bain - Founder of Chocoloza
23
AUG
7am

TRAVEL: MITCHELLS PLAIN BIRTHPLACE OF THE UDF DECLARED A PROVINCIAL HERITAGE SITE

The anti-apartheid organization comprised various grassroots organizations such as churches, trade unions, civic associations and sports bodies. The launch date of 20 August was chosen because it was the month in which the apartheid government would introduce legislation for the Tricameral Parliament. The intention was for the Tricameral Parliament to have Indian and coloured people vote in separate houses on matters affecting them, however, the white house dominated by the National Party would still be the most powerful in terms of decision-making.

Guest: Valli Moosa - Former UDF (United Democratic Front) Member
22
AUG
8am

THE BIG INTERVIEW: BARBARA HOGAN - FORMER MINISTER OF HEALTH AND OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES

Barbara Anne Hogan was born on 28 February 1952 and grew up in Benoni. After completing her primary school education, Hogan enrolled and completed her matric at St Dominics Convent School. She then registered at the University of Witwatersrand where she obtained a degree in Development Studies. While at Wits, Hogan joined a group of students who actively opposed policies of the Apartheid government and became involved in their campaigns. After completing her studies, Hogan worked as a researcher at the South African Institute of Race Relations.

Guest: BARBARA HOGAN
22
AUG
7am

FURY OVER 'CRUEL' FARM EVICTIONS OF 300 PEOPLE IN KRAAIFONTEIN

About 300 people have been left destitute after they were evicted from the Klein Akker farm near Wallacedene in Kraaifontein.
In what has been described as a cruel and barbaric act, more than 300 people, including pensioners, women and children, have been evicted from a farm in Kraaifontein and left destitute.

The 300, who had resided on Klein Akker farm near Wallacedene in Kraaifontein, some for nearly two decades, have been left to sleep on the street since Monday.
The evictions come as land reform issues persist, with the Constitutional Court ordering the reinstatement of a Land Claims Court order to appoint a special official to oversee claims by families who laboured on farms in lieu of payment

Guest: Commissioner Andre Gaum

Guest: Anna-Marie Schoeman - Klein Akker Community Spokesperson
21
AUG
7am

ACDP CALLS FOR DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION TO DO AWAY WITH COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL EDUCATION

MEMBERS of the ACDP recently marched to the Department of Basic Education to air their disapproval of the introduction of Comprehensive Sexuality Education to the school curriculum.

The ACDP is not singing from the same hymn sheet as the Department of Basic Education about the introduction of Comprehensive Sexuality Education in schools next year.

Guest: Wayne Thring - ACDP Deputy President
Prof Harry Hausler - CEO of TB HIV Care
21
AUG
7am

IT’S NOW ‘ILLEGAL’ TO DISPLAY THE APARTHEID FLAG IN SOUTH AFRICA

It’s now ‘illegal’ to display the apartheid flag in South Africa
It's a historic day for South Africa, following the Equality Court's ruling on the apartheid flag. But not everyone is going to be happy with this outcome.

Judge Phineas Mojapelo will have his name remembered for a very long time in South Africa. He’s the magistrate who handed down the momentous decision to outlaw the old apartheid flag from public display in the country, some 25 years after the cruel regime was finally defeated.

Guest: Advocate Sipho Mantula - Human Rights Lawyer
20
AUG
8am

ROAD TO SUCCESS - BUSI MKHUMBUZI POOE

24-year-old Entrepreneur and Professional Speaker, Busi Mkhumbuzi Pooe took centre stage as the Programme Director of the 16th Annual Nelson Mandela Lecture that was delivered by President Barack Obama. Her selection represented the latest in a series of accomplishments, each of which applied and built on the meaning of the last.

Guest: Busi Mkhumbuzi Pooe - Social Entrepreneur at Tshimong, Speaker, Moderator, Forbes Africa 30 Under 30, Standard Bank Top Women Finalist

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