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Charlotte Maxeke: A woman ahead of her time

The Forge is a multi-purpose community centre and it has partnered with Number 10 Publishers to host a seminar called Charlotte Maxeke: A Woman Ahead of Her Time. On Thursday, Dr. Thozima April and Dr. Athambile Masola will commemorate the 150th anniversary of Charlotte Maxeke's birth with award-winning journalist and author, Zubeida Jaffer. They will be discussing her newly published book entitled Beauty of the Heart: The Life and Times of Charlotte Maxeke. The event will be livestreamed via YouTube.

Guest: Yvonne Phillips - Operations Manager of the Forge
06
APR

Wellness and Life Coaching

Xatyiswa Maqashalala is a certified life and leadership coach, a motivational speaker, and an agricultural consultant. She holds a BSc Degree in Crops and Horticulture and is currently studying towards a Master’s Degree in Agriculture; she also holds a diploma in Biblical Studies and Ministry, and a certificate in Political Economy and Social Democracy. Xatyiswa is a Mandela Washington Fellow and she serves a board member of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Autumn School Alumni Network. She travels the world conducting corporate leadership coaching, and occasionally provides lectures to universities.
Guest: Xatyiswa Maqashalala – Motivational Speaker & Accredited Life Coach
05
APR

Wellness and Physical Health: The Nest Space ZA

Nest is an inclusive wellness space offering holistic health services to all. It is a space built around the values of inclusivity, simplicity, fair representation, freedom of self, connection, community, harmony, self-celebration and self-expression. We have a yoga studio, alternative healing therapy room, vegan café and zero-waste grocer. The Nest believes in the power of holistic wellbeing and have created a space that can be your escape, giving you the space and time to slow down, connect and heal yourself (in every way) from the inside out. The Nest also offers online courses for aspirant Yoga and Meditation teachers and provides a wealth of resources to help beginners to start their journey to wellness.
Guest: Dr. Anesu Mbizvo – Medical Doctor, Yoga and Meditation Teacher & Entrepreneur
05
APR

Second-Hand Marketplace: ReTrend on Mid-Century Modern & Retro Living furniture

When you buy a carefully curated piece from ReTrend, you buy a piece of history. Mid-century furniture is known for its timeless appeal combined with ultimate functionality. It's well-crafted and seldom have an expiry or sell by date. This furniture has already survived the test of time and will provide you with many more years of use with minor upkeep. Our vintage pieces have charm, character and tell a story. We live in times where recycling is the norm, plastic is out and zero waste is the new black. Why not add furniture to the list of things to re-use and recycle?
Guest: Larushka Marè - Founder of ReTrend
04
APR

Second-Hand Marketplace: Thrift Happens

Our next guest is the founder of a South African online thrift store specialising in quality brand new and pre-owned items. On the streets of Instagram, the store is known as "the plug that serves you with unique, trendy and timeless contemporary and sustainable wear as well as accessories''. Not only do they hunt the streets of Johannesburg to get the best quality, Thrift Happens is on a quest for sustainability and has started upcycling, breathing new life into clothing items.
Guest: Tiisetso Makgatho – Founder of Thrift Happens
04
APR

Acts of Kindness: NS Impact Foundation

There should be no obstacles to doing good. That’s why NS Impact Foundation has created a platform where people can donate their time, energy, and resources to solve some of the most pertinent challenges facing vulnerable people in our country. Through initiatives such as the Bag Drop, Add Sum Impact and upcoming Isipho Bus, our next guest aims to spread a continuous message of hope and encouragement that restores pride in our communities. With the help of goodwill ambassadors, DJ Zinhle and Maps Maponyane, she hopes to advocate for gender equality, demand access to quality education and fight poverty.
Guest: Nosipho Fakude – Founder of NS Impact Foundation
04
APR

Wellness and Mental Health: You Are Enough Retreat

Are you looking for healing? Do you have goals that you have been putting off because of fear? Do you feel like you do not know your purpose? Or do you want to heal your past and learn to love yourself better? The Yvette Aloe virtual healing retreat is one that is customised to help you heal, work through any thoughts and beliefs that may not be serving you and help you craft the life that you want all in the comfort of your own home. The retreat will be held over three Saturday sessions in May 2021. The retreat includes a virtual one-on-one session with the NLP Practitioner.
Guest: Yvette Ratshikhopha –NLP Practitioner
04
APR

From Cape to Musina: Trucking around the country

In this new feature, we follow the sprawling journeys of truck driver as they deliver critical goods and services across the length and breadth of our land. Today, we speak to Uncle JJ who has just returned to Johannesburg after delivering products from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg via Burgersdorp, Standerton and White River.
Guest: Uncle JJ - Truck Driver
01
APR

New Single: Believe

Sol Stringer, as he is more popularly known, learnt to play guitar in high school and that began his journey in music. From starting out in the church band, to opening performances for South African artists, and then joining the internationally acclaimed music band "Muzart". He later left Muzart where he was guitarist and singer, to pursue his solo career expanding into production, song-writing, and acting. These days, he owns a clothing brand and he is signed under his String Out Loud Media company. Today, we talk about his latest single: Believe.
Guest: Solly "Sol Stringer" Mosetle – South African vocalist, guitarist, songwriter, and actor
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APR

Album launch: Blessings and Bliss

His music takes its influence from the rich diversity of cultural life that characterizes his homeland, on the east coast of Africa. Blessings & Blues, his much anticipated 3rd release, explores the spirit of Africa and Neil’s personal reflection on life when he turned 50. The album features Neil on piano, Ildo Nanja on bass and Riley Giandhari on drums.
He says: “Social distance is a genuine opportunity to recenter, refocus, rejuvenate, repent, remember and to return to ourselves. This album of improvised music is of the journey within, the yearning to reconnect. Please give it a spin (an old analogue term) and let’s reunite in music.”
Guest: Neil Gonsalves – South African Jazz/World Beat pianist, Composer, Band leader & Educator
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APR

Trending Topics: April Fools Edition

1. The Good: Jameson Skincare range (Ayanda Thabethe stars as face of whiskey brand’s faux skincare line | Comedy month featuring Ebenhaezer Dibakwane; Schalk Bezuidenhout and others)
2. The Bad: Robert Marawa becoming Bafana Coach (EWN and Bongani Bingwa attempt to convince South Africans that Robert Marawa had gotten a call up from SAFA | SAFA is still considering their options)
3. The Slow Burners: Anele and the Club on 947: Wendy Williams Day (In an interview held for her documentary earlier in March, Anele convinces the American Talk Host that Mzansi has a public holiday named after her)
Guest: Tshiamo Malatji – Social Commentator
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APR

Entertainment Wrap

GLOBAL NEWS
1. Michael through her eyes: Paris Jackson reminisced about her unique upbringing by her late dad in a video chat with one of his friends, Naomi Campbell on her Youtube show titled No Filter.
2. If you want to own Bruce Springsteen's jeans, Elton John's glasses, Bette Midler's gown or Hugh Jackman's jacket, here is your shot. A live online auction, "Stage & Screen" being held later this month.
LOCAL WILL ALWAYS BE LEKKER!
1. Celebrity couple Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha sent the rumour mill into overdrive recently after pics from her birthday party went viral after fans believe Babes' has a "growing baby bump".
2. Songstress Nomcebo Zikode is excited about receiving an honorary award in Togo.
3. Reaching for the stars with Vusiwe as she is now a graduate with an MBA from the University of Stellenbosch Business School

Guest: Refuwe Leetsoa – Entertainment and Lifestyle Commentator

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