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Hydroponic Farming

Main switch Presenter Kgomotso Monyai, speaks to Zandile Khumalo a 29- year old Agri-preneur who has an avid interest in the environment. She is the founder and CEO of HyHarvest.

Khumalo’s co-owned farm called Neighbor Roots is neatly situated on top Sandton’s Morning side shopping Center. She grows a variety of fresh vegetables such as lettuce, baby spinach and a variety of herbs

Decline in youth participation during 2021 local government elections

That Lunch Show's host, Nana Nwene, invited Okabeng Leseyane, Political Analyst, Consultant and Adviser in Education and Policy at Wits University,to discuss the decline in youth participation in the 2021 local government elections.

Obakeng shares that young people are deliberately staying away from elections and have little faith in government to deliver.

Nkanyiso Madlala: "The LGBTQIA+ community is diverse"

This year marks 31 years since the First Pride Parade in South Africa , Nana Mwene host of 'That Lunch Show' speaks to Nkanyiso Madlala a clinical psychologist and Affirmative Therapist to talk about challenges facing the LGBTQIA+ community in South Africa.

Nkanyiso explains that many people assume that this community only consist of gay or lesbian individuals, but in reality, it is a very diverse community.

Mental Health Awareness: Understanding mental illness in the workplace

Vow FM's 'That Lunch Show' host, Nana Mwene, speaks to clinical psychologist, Nkanyiso Madlala, about mental illness in the Workplace.

The discussion looks at how mental health affects ones ability to perform their work and general productivity.

We also look at how to support someone at work who is diagnosed with a mental illness, and at the responsibility the employer or HR has towards mental illness in the workplace.

Advice for entrepreneurs on how to come up with solutions to their challenges

Sandiso Ncube, publisher and author of the 10 Minute Guide to Starting a Business, visits The Main Switch once again.

In this episode, Sandiso Ncube engages in a Q and A session with young entrepreneurs on how to solve their day to day problems.

Along with much more useful advice, Sandiso shares that Entrepreneurs should clearly define what their values are, why they exist and the problem that they are trying to solve for your customer.

Ancestral Calling in Universities

Young people are the future elders of society. VOW FM News Reporter, Makhosazane Twala looks into how higher learning institutions embraces or support students with ubungoma/ spiritual calling on campus.

We get insights from Buhle Zuma, Wits university communications officer, who says that the university respects the rights of various cultural and religious groups.

She further states that students are welcome to inform the university when they require support.

Heritage Day Feature - Traditional Leaders

With the institution of traditional leaders protected in South Africa’s constitution, VOW FM News Reporter, Kwena Seema, dissects the exact role various traditional leaders play in our societies.

Heritage Day Feature - Heritage Education

Education plays a big role in the younger generations acknowledging the importance of heritage and why we celebrate it. VOW FM News Reporter, Mmangaliso Khumalo, dissects if the education sector truly embraces ‘heritage education’.

Heritage Day Feature - Preserving our Heritage

History requires us to preserve and protect that which is important to us. VOW FM Reporter, Eva Chipa, investigates how we can preserve our heritage for future generations and ensure the meaning of the day does not fade away with time

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