Subscribe to this channel

You can subscribe to new audio episodes published on this channel. You can follow updates using the channel's RSS feed, or via other audio platforms you may already be using.

RSS Feed

You can use any RSS feed reader to follow updates, even your browser. We recommend using an application dedicated to listening podcasts for the best experience. iOS users can look at Overcast or Castro. Pocket Casts is also very popular and has both iOS and Android versions. Add the above link to the application to follow this podcast channel.

Signup to

Sign up for a free user account to start building your playlist of podcast channels. You'll be able to build a personalised RSS feed you can follow or listen with our web player.

Africa Day Podcast.

Our RISE fm personality, Mpumi Mbethe, has an interview with 3 Professors from the University of Mpumalanga to speak on Africa Day and it's importance. Prof. Thulisile Bhuda, Dr Sifiso Ndlovu and Prof Secheba Mahlomoholo spoke about the significance for African renaissance dialogue.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Mpumi Mbethe chats to GRIP social worker and Shelter Manager at Kamagugu Nomfundo Mokoena about Sexual Assault Awareness month.Sexual Assault Awareness Month, observed each April, It is a campaign that aims to increase awareness about the causes and risk factors for sexual assault and empower individuals to take steps to prevent it in their communities.

Mahotella Queen unlocks 80 in style

Mpumi Mbethe chats to Hilda Semola Tloubatla daughters :who are Mantwa Nelly and Vanessa .Hilda Semola Tloubatla South African mbaqanga singer, and the lead singer of the acclaimed group the Mahotella Queens.They all wish her well on her birthday,Mantwa went on to bless her to hit the 100 year mark...Happy Birthday Queen

World food day with Exxaro

Mpumi chats Exxaro's Community Development Manager Tebogo Leepile about World Food Day.The Diversified mining company, Exxaro Resources understands that food insecurity is a global issue and tries to address this in its host communities with the hope to improve nutrition within its communities.

Keeping the arts alive through Poet Celow Mpungose

Celow Mpungose is a male poet ,born and breadeMpophomeni in Howick (KZN)
He has been writing & reciting poetry from 2008,his poetry is inspired by love, life & God
His highest achievement is living his dream of performing poetry at national level.

Tribute Ntate Tsepo Tshola

Mpumi pays tribute to legendary musician Tsepo Tshola .Tshepo Tshola was the Lesotho-born South African legendary singer-songwriter best known for songs such as Holokile and Shine Your Light amongst many others.

Labour relations issues

Department of Employment and Labour spokesperson Musa Zondi about South African employers are required to give their workers paid time off to get vaccinated against Covid-19 and some clarification surrounding COVID 19 vaccine side effects.can employees refuse to take a jab?

The ticking biological clock.

Mpumi Chats to Gynaecologist Dr Welile Mdluli and a motherwho gave birth in her early 30s Samkelisiwe Matse about the ticking biological clock. many women have a much harder time becoming pregnant. For many men, fertility begins to decline in their 40s.

Healing through the beauty industry

Mpumi Mbethe chats to Founding Director of Havillah Beauty Mabel Ledwaba about advocating for healing through the beauty industry. Mabel said that some women may argue that applying makeup helps boost their self-confidence; they do not realize it’s only a temporary boost.

The importance of Africa Day

Mpumi Mbethe chats to University of Mpumalanga Falculty of economics development and business sciences Prof Vusi Gumede, Research professor of Education Prof Sechaba Mahlomaholo as well as culture and heritage lecturer Ms Thulsile Bhuda about the importance of Africa Day based on Socio-economic development (GDP, life expectancy, literacy, and levels of employment) ,The continent’s response to Covid-19
Political stability and governance in the continent, Decoloniality and promoting diversity through embracing the Arts, Culture & Heritage

55 episodes

« Back 1—12 More »