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Tech Talk: with Sphumelele Zondi

The UK general election, which takes place yesterday (Dec. 12), has been awash in fake news, half-truths, and disputed facts, with many false assertions coming from those in authority such as political leaders and established journalists. UK politicians seem to be embracing them. Siphumelele Zondi is on the line to discuss fake news.

Global citizen. – Sindi Dube in Sweden

"My Name Sindiswa Dube, I’m a 25 year old who was born in Pietermaritzburg and grew up in Durban (no kids). I’m currently based in Sweden, Malmö to be exact. I’m a student at the World Maritime University currently studying a MSc Maritime Affairs Specializing in shipping management and logistics. I graduated at UKZN for both myBCom & BCom Honours degrees

Sweden is a beautiful country with over 90 000 lakes. I live in province of Skåne which is the southern part of Sweden so we don’t see much snow but it rains a lot and the temperature frequently drops to -1. I’ve been here for three months, when I arrived it was autumn now as we are moving into winter and the sun rises at 8:30 and sets at 15:30. Sweden is very Safe and has a very efficient transportation system"

Karyn White – out in Atlanta.

Karyn White – out in Atlanta.

The Queen of music charts Karyn White celebrates 27 years of music.

She’s known and loved around the world for her platinum hits like `Superwoman `I`d Rather Be Alone` and `Can I Stay With You.`

White's self-titled debut album Karyn White was released in 1988.
It was produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface and achieved platinum status.

She was nominated in the Best R&B/Urban Contemporary New Artist category for the 1989 Soul Train Music Awards.

She was also nominated for two Grammy Awards. She became the first female artist to have their first three solo releases hit #1 on the R&B charts.

White released her first album after a seventeen-year break, Carpe Diem, in March 2012.
She’s also executive produced, co-wrote and recorded eight songs on the soundtrack Gale and the Storm.
The soundtrack is a brilliant fusion of cosmic funk, soul, rock and R&B.
She recorded the songs in a record breaking 2.5 days while filming the movie in a seven day period.

Produced by Makwa

Produced by Makwa

Neo Makwa is a young talented Artist & Producer who hails from K1 (Katlehong) in Johannesburg, He passed his matric in 2009 and went to College but only attended for a "day", and "He told his mother that it's time he chased his dreams of being in the music industry, rather than keeping it safe and regret it his whole life." He's been doing music since then.
He started off as a DJ and he later started producing his own music.

Phephelani Zondi – Counselling Psychologist

Ngabe isikhathi sama holide kaDisemba siyisikhathi esijabulisayo kuwo wonke umuntu? Ngabe bakhona yini abantu abafikelwa yizikhathi zokudangala, ubuhlungu benhliziyo kanye nomuzwangedwa ngalesi sikhathi sonyaka? Asikhulume ngezizathu ezingadala lokho:

Employee of the week - Sthembiso K Ngema

Sawbona Msakazi mina owami umsebenzi ovelele u owayey manager for 19 years e BP la lucia e garage ey iyasebenza leya ndoda, iwu makhenikha wey nqola, ikhiph ama gas, iynqola mazinenkinga izlande ngemoto yayo, ise four court iyona ebhekile egadile, kubo bonke abasebenzi esengake ngasebenza nabo ay akaze ngimbone umuntu ozinikela kanje bhuti Stheh ngith ngiyamfisela okuhle kodwa loya baba uyakwaz ukwakha abasebenzi bakhe babe moya munye, bazwane bonke, uphushwe umsebenzi. Manje useThole Umsebenzi wokuyoba iManager kwelinye iGarage Epmb, ngiyazi nakhona uyofika awushaye umsebenzi. Ngyabonga. (Bulelani Sosibo)

Nomfundo Mkhize about our Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi

A quick chat with , (our very own) about the magnitude of this win ka What does this mean for the black girl child and women in general la eSouth Africa?
With lezizigemegeme ezenzeka la eSouth Africa kubulawa abantu besifazane nezingane, ukuwini kuka Zozibini ku impactful kangakanani ekwakheni iSouth Africa incono – nansi ne 16 days of Activism iyaphela (10 Dec).

Tech Talk: Siphumelele Zondi

Hackathons are one of the ways for people to come up with tech solutions. Next week a Hackathon called the Geekulcha Vac Work will be taking place in Howick. It's for school kids who can get to the hackathon. They are not hacking in a bad way. Siphumelele Zondi is here to tell us about what hackathons are and how they help kids and other people


All things etiquette when invited to a function that has a menu eg. Year-end functions or baby showers and Parties.
When being presented with a menu of food that’s already been paid for.
Things to ask when you don’t understand the names and food in the menu.

Global citizen. – Chabedi Maqalika

My name is Chabedi Maqalika, and I was born and bred in Umlazi t/ship Durban. As a boy, my dream was to play soccer with the best in the world. So naturally, I studied sports management after matric.

While I haven't realized my dream of playing soccer, I am currently living in one of the best
countries in the world, Japan, where I am working as an English teacher, technically termed
ALT (Assistant language teacher). I am a part of the JET Programme, which is a Japanese
government initiative that brings native English speakers from all around the world, not only to teach English but to expose Japanese people to other cultures in the world, which is the one thing I love the most about my job.

Ezibukwayo – no Sbongeleni Mabuyakhulu

Sibongeleni Een Mabuyakhulu was born on the 18th of September 1976 in Ingwavuma.
He obtained his National Diploma in Public Relations in 2001 with Tecknikon SA, and furthered his studies with National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA) where he obtained his Professional Diploma in Television Production in 2004.

He started working as an assistant editor for Effects Media on a show called Take 5 in 2002, and in 2003 he worked for The Bomb Shelter as an assistant editor for Yizo Yizo 3.

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