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Prison Love manuscript

Mpumi chats to Prison Love manuscript author Tshidi Monko about her relationship with her prison lover, during and post his incarceration

The effects of bottling up matters in a relationship

Mpumi Mbethe Chats is chatting to psychologist Mutshinye Manguvhewa about the effects of bottling up matters in a relationship.Mutshinye says there are number of factors that contributes to this, which includes: personality traits differences, cultural standards and norms, familial grooming, gender roles and socialisation and previous experiences mostly trauma-related.

The importance of doing a colonial hydrotherapy.

Mpumi chats to Colon therapist Nondumiso Ntuli about the importance of doing a colonial hydrotherapy. Nondumiso says irrigating your colon doesn’t sound pleasant, but practitioners claim it can provide numerous health benefits like improving digestion and weight loss.

Happy International Womens Day

Mpumi Chats to Action Aid womens right manager Lindelwe Nxumalo about International Womens Day. Lindelwe We said we can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality and we choose to seek out and celebrate women's achievements. Collectively, we can all help create an inclusive world, from challenge comes change

Unpacking black tax affairs

Mpumi Chats to Unpacking black tax affairs author Bonginkhosi Solly Sithole about the setbacks of black tax. Sitholes book clearly demonstrates that the Ubuntu philosophy holds that “A person is
a human being, through, with and for other human beings” is the foundation, cornerstone and pillar of coexistence among black people.

Endometriosis Awareness Month(March)

Mpumi Chats to Gynecologist Dr Khoele about endometriosis. Dr Khoele states that it is an inflammatory condition where endometrial tissue (tissue similar to the lining of the uterus) grows outside of the uterus. It is estimated that 1 in 10 women have endometriosis. it is the less talk condition in the health sector

Choosing a fragrance that suit your personality

Mpumi Chats to fragrance maker Andisa Jinga Dlamini about how one can choose a fragrance that suits their personality. she said a person’s choice of fragrance can reveal more about them than you would imagine.Take a listen

How to keep your business afloat during the pandemic

Mpumi Chats Tshepo Jeans founder Tshepo Mohlala about how he kept his business afloat during the pandemic.In the beginning of the lock-down 42% of small businesses are reported to have closed down, we take our hats off to Tshepo Mohlala and his team at Tshepo Jeans for making it through to the other side to take up space in the retail market.

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