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TRAVELERS LOG: Spotlight on great and quaint places to visit in Mzanzi: We review 4 gems spread across the country over a month exploring what you can do in each province in the country.

Xama Adventures provide tours, safaris and river rafting for groups of all sizes and ages to many destinations within, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, and Zambia. Affordable, Luxury lodge accommodation or camping tours and safaris.

Guest: James Browne – Owner of Xama Adventures

Driving in heels (Motoring feature)

Vuyi Mpofu- Motoring Journalist, Driving In Heels

Topic 1:

95 Petrol: Will drop by 14 cents per litre
93 Petrol: Will drop by 4 cents per litre
Diesel: will increase by 9 cents per litre
Paraffin: Will increase by 9 cents per litre

Topic 2:

Public schools in Gauteng offering students an opportunity to get their K53 learner's licences. Parents to check if their children's school offers the program.
The advantages of learner's obtaining this life skill early on
2019 Matriculants who haven't obtained Learner's licences urged to do so.

Topic 3:

In light of the murder of a headmaster from Orange Farm who had allegedly stopped on the roadside to answer his phone, motorists advised to answer their phones when in a safe space or rather call back when they've reached their destination

children's after school transport to remind parents about how to best select the safest option for your child/ren

COMMUNITY MATTERS: Inspirational stories of people and initiatives making a difference in communities around SA

Khayelitsha, Cape Town-based climate justice activist Ayakha Melithafa (17) has just confirmed she will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos (from 21 January), where she will speak on panels alongside Greta Thunberg and others.
But Ayakha needs an urgent hand. The forum invited her and will cover basic costs, but for her to have the biggest possible impact, she faces more expenses, and only has two more weeks to prepare.
Ayakha will use this platform to inspire social and climate activism in her community in SA, speak out against big emitters who are blocking action, and call on SA to reduce its own emissions and plan a just transition.

Guest: Ayakha Melithafa - Climate Change Activist


Entabeni is an integrated lifestyle node situated in Limpopo between Mookgopong (Naboomspruit) and Mokopane( Potgietersrus) on the Strekrivier road. It is only an easy 2-hour drive from Pretoria. Set in a malaria free area within a tranquil, natural setting boasting changing vistas, diverse eco-systems and a breath-taking mountainous backdrop, Entabeni is the integration of a 22,000 hectare Big 5 Game Reserve, a resort, luxurious lodges including a tented camp, Championship golf course and a complete residential offering.

Guest: Michael Lenz - COO Of Entabeni Hospitality

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