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19
NOV
6am

The Inaugural Men’s Parliament

The Department of Social Development is hosting the first men's Parliament in Cape Town on Monday. This is in response to gender-based violence in the country to mark International Men's day since 1992.
Could this be the solution we’ve been looking for - men speaking to one another and calling on each other for different things, but also committing themselves to what actual actions they are going to take.

Guest: Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu – Deputy Minister for the Department of Social Development
16
NOV
7am

CHOW DOWN FRIDAY - SANDWICH BARON

The Sandwich Baron Shop had small beginnings and was started in Alberton in 1996 by Sally J’Arlette-Joy. After selling her successful restaurant the intention was to have just a small sandwich takeaway shop. However, due to the demand of the product hope of a national franchise was realised. Sally’s hands-on involvement from the beginning ensured that all the pitfalls normally associated with starting a new business were eliminated in this franchising development. We have grown to be the biggest player in the sandwich business. Our proven secret recipes result in undeniably delicious food that keeps our customers coming back for more (and tell their friends).

GUEST : Sally J’Arlette-Joy – Founder of The Sandwich Baron
16
NOV
7am

COMEDIAN: Elton Mduduzi Ntuli

Elton Mduduzi Ntuli was born in 1985 on 6th MAY in Siyabuswa, South Africa.
He studied Mechanical engineering at Ekurhuleni West College.
He displayed the love of comedy when he tried to emulate what he saw at the Strictly vernac DvD. It consisted of Mashabela Galane among others. He later on made his debut at Meropa Casino that was hosted by his favourite Comedian Mashabela, M’du as he is known in the comedy circle.
Elton Mduduzi has also won award for his performance in the comedy industry.

Guest: Elton Mduduzi Ntuli – Award winning musician
16
NOV
6am

TOURISM : TAMBUTI PRIVATE LODGE

Surrounded by an ancient Tambuti Forest, the lodge is situated in the malaria- free Black Rhino Game Lodge, a concession of Pilanesberg National Park. It offers guests an intimate and luxurious safari experience. Accommodation is provided by 5 luxury suites with quality finishings. Suites feature beautifully appointed bathrooms as well as indoor and outdoor showers. A private deck completes the picture with spectacular bush views. You will also enjoy fine dining at Tambuti Bush Lodge.

Guest : Malcolm Peacock - General Manager at Tambuti Lodge
16
NOV
6am

FEATHER AWARDS WINNERS

The Feather Awards are an awards show that recognizes and celebrates the LGBTI community and iconic personalities and achievers who inspire many. We speak to some of yesterday’s winners and the significance of these awards.

Guest: Phumi Mthethwa – Activist and Winner of the Simon Nkoli award

Steve Letsike - Director of Access Chapter 2 (Human Rights org focusing on LGBTI rights) and winner Cutest couple winner with Lucy Letsike
15
NOV
8am

SA HISTORY LESSON: MIRRIAM TLADI - FIRST BLACK WOMAN IN SOUTH AFRICA TO PUBLISH A NOVEL

Miriam Tladi was the first black woman in South Africa to publish a novel, Muriel at Metropolitan, a semi-autobiography which was based on her time as a clerk at a furniture store in downtown Johannesburg during the height of apartheid. She was also the author of the critically acclaimed Amandla, which reflected on the 1976 student uprising. Her literature took her all over the world‚ including a residency at Yale University in America.

GUEST: Raks Seakhoa – Convenor of the SA Literary Awards and Director of write Association
15
NOV
7am

RELATIONSHIP DESK: RELATIONSHIPS AND FINANCE

How many couples have sat down and had honest conversations about money, estate planning and wills? Why is this conversation often overlooked? Why do couples have the ‘money-talk’ when things go wrong? What leads to situations where a wife is thrown out of her home after her husband passes on – between her and her husband, was there no talk of death and what happens should one die before the other? How, when and where should couples start the conversation about money?

Guest: Winnie Kunene – Financial Psychologist, entrepreneur and columnist
15
NOV
6am

LIVING WITH DIABETES AS A YOUNG PERSON IN SA

Diabetes has always been seen as an old people’s disease but many young people are coming out and talking about living with diabetes. Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism -- the way our bodies use digested food for growth and energy. There are three main types of diabetes: type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes.

GUEST: Mpolokeng Mudau & Founder of Ntsikayezwe Development Foundation

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