Early Morning with Sotho Meyer

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±9 min episodes every 2 weeks  | 
Afropolitan listeners face a range of challenges that could make confronting each day difficult. Early Mornings with Sotho Meyer ensures that you start your day on an inspired note. The show plays a range of uplifting spiritual music to get you ready for whatever may lie ahead. Join Sotho Meyer every Monday – Friday from 05h00 – 06h00 as she gives you the start to your day that you need.

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26
MAR

Clinical Psychologist Vuyo Temba on explaining to children what the Covid19 lockdown means.

South Africans will be forced to stay indoors for 21 days from Midnight to April 16, as a national lockdown comes into effect in efforts to reduce the spread of The Corona Virus Pandemic. President Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement on Monday night saying that all people except emergency workers and essential services will be allowed to leave their homes. This is something the country is facing for the first time. Clinical Psychologist Vuyo Temba explains the importance of explaining what the lockdown means to children.
19
MAR

Cherese Van Deventer from Syllabis Homeschooling and Tutors gives parents tips on homeschooling.

Due to the Corona Virus outbreak, while addressing the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that all school should be closed from the 18th of March as a way to help reduce the spread of Covid19. In the meantime parents and guardians will have to home school their children to ensure that they don’t fall behind with their school work. Now we know that many will be wondering how they will do especially parents and guardians who are still going to work. Cherese Van Deventer from Syllabis Homeschooling and Tutors gives parents and guardians tips on the do's and don''ts of homeschooling during the Corona Virus outbreak.
05
MAR

Life Coach and Personal Development expert Tshepo Tabane on transitioning into a new season.

Atumn is upon us and while many may dreading the cold days that lie ahead, many will be happy to experience the season change as it may mark the beginning of a new chapter. Atumn is upon us and while many may dreading the cold days that lie ahead, many will be happy to experience the season change as it may mark the beginning of a new chapter. On the line I am joined by Life Coach and Personal Development expert Michael Tshepo Tabane who will explain how we can transition into a new season. how we can transition into a new season.
06
FEB

Clinical Psychologist Vuyo Temba on overcoming varisty jitters.

Its that time of the year where parents are gearing up to send their children to University/College. Both parents and academics will be feeling the jitters, Clinical Psychologist, owner and founder of KTM Consulting Vuyo Temba explains how parents and new students can deal with the new life and reality that awaits them.

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