Saturdays with Jenny

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Saturdays with Jenny is about everything under the sun that Afropolitans are interested in. Battles, booze, bhabhalaza or boerewors, the show does it all. The show is all about lifestyle, South African style.

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Interview of Author of the Book - Sex,Pot and Politics,Cannibas Conversation

Josephine's life takes a new turn when her husband, Robert-Bobby among close friends-is elected minister of finance. She soon realizes that the questionable relationships he has are becoming more frequent and that his values and principles are losing ground. To add to that, Josephine makes a discovery that scandalizes her: her youngest son smokes pot! First shocked, she then tries it herself and gets great pleasure out of it. Seeing that her marriage is going downhill since her husband is minister, this gives her an idea. With the complicity of her best friend, Lilly, and her domestic workers, Mamadou and Ping, she prepares a special meal that her husband will host in honor of several influential public personalities. If she wanted to spice up her everyday life, Josephine will have reached her goal. But the discoveries she will make will change her life . . . and that of the planet.
Article from Business Insider by Phillip de Wet – February 2019
Only 56 people in SA are legally using cannabis meds – and everyone else is taking a risk, regulators say…
There are 56 individuals in South Africa who are legally using cannabis-containing medicine they import under special dispensation, the health-products regulator says.
Any other medicine containing dagga, or dagga oil, sold or used in South Africa is illegal – and risky.20 companies are in the process of being licensed for marijuana products, but none have their paperwork in place yet.
There are 56 people in South Africa who have been granted special dispensation to import and use medicines containing cannabis, the SA Health Products Regulatory Authority (Sahpra) says. Everyone else who selling and using medicines containing dagga or its derivatives are doing so illegally, Sahpra warns in a statement – and that carries more than one kind of risk. "Suppliers and users of such illegal products are exposing themselves and others to legal and health risks as the safety, efficacy and quality of these products cannot be assur

John Naiker – Founder of Think Camp

Think Camp is a tech-focused holiday programme which exposes young minds to a combination of powerful technologies and thinking skills. Think Camp works with Robotics, App development, Coding, Game Design and Minecraft.
Think Camp operates solely in the Gauteng holiday periods, for both three term and four term schools. At the moment, we have nine different camps that teach different technologies and target different grade ranges from grade 2 to 9. Each camp takes place over a single day of 7 to 8 hours. In the near future we will be welcoming grade 1s into our robotics camp and will introduce some exciting two and three day programmes.

The Think Camp day is a busy one and it’s chock-a-block full of learning, challenges and fun. Our day starts early, parents can drop off their kids anytime from 7:30am and they will be kept busy with interesting ‘off-line’ activities until the official start of camp at 8am.

The important tech-focused learning happens through short instruction sessions followed by a challenge period of 12 to 15 challenges. This cycle is repeated with a different focus, three to four times throughout the day. Using tried and test educational theory, Think Camp is able to meet children at their level of experience – each individual moves at their own paces through our thoughtfully designed challenges. As each challenge is mastered, the individual gains important learnings and is able to tackle the next challenge that they are presented with. It’s an exciting way to learn! Our mission is not to get each child to finish every single challenge available; rather each child who enters Think Camp gains some important skills regardless of where they ‘get up to’. While technology is the focus, Think Camp recognised the importance of traditional ‘off-screen’ activities. We break up the screen-time with group activities which promote critical thinking and teamwork.

Throughout the day we emphasise our important Think Camp values and encourage each participant t

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