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#LessonsLearned

5 EPISODES | TOUCH HD |  Podcast, ±21 min episode every 4 days
#LessonsLearned is a series of podcasts celebrating young South Africans doing incredible things in their communities and industries at home and across the globe. Help us celebrate the talent, ingenuity and strength that young people in South Africa embody this Youth Month by listening to these incredible stories and sharing.

Confessions

8 EPISODES | OURAFRICA.AFRICA |  Series, ±17 min episode total time 2 hr 17 min
A podcast series about real South Africans who live extraordinary lives taking us into their confidence and purging themselves of their secrets.
We do not judge. We do not condone. All we do is listen.
Real people, real stories, and absolute honesty.
Secrets keep us sick.

Dr Sindisiwe van Zyl - Sidebar with Sindi

4 EPISODES | KAYA FM |  Podcast, ±52 min episode every day
Dr Sindisiwe van Zyl was born in Harare, Zimbabwe. She moved to South Africa in 1996 for university. Dr Sindi completed a BSc in Human Physiology and Psychology in 1999. She then went on to study medicine until 2005. She is passionate about patients' rights and about HIV - especially the Prevention-of-Mother-To-Child-Transmission. She has found a niche on social media. Dr Sindi uses this platform to share important health information on topics such as HIV and mental illness. She also has a passion for radio. Her interest in radio was sparked in 1996 at Radio Tuks. And the bug has never left! In her spare time, Dr Sindi loves tweeting about life, love, and everything else!

First Person - Ordinary People...Extraordinary Lives

7 EPISODES | FIRST PERSON |  Podcast, ±26 min episode every 2 weeks, 4 days
Award-winning journalist and author, Marianne Thamm, uncovers some of the extraordinary stories that lurk behind some of the most ordinary-looking South African front doors. She speaks to people in their homes, cars, bars – wherever they’d usually be found. Marianne asks questions, takes issue and peels back some of those ordinary layers to reveal the extraordinary lives underneath. She gets them to talk in the First Person. * First Person, a Kagiso Media initiative, is produced by Jayne Morgan.

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