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Digital feature: Facebook is opening pop-up Privacy Check Cafes

Digital feature: Facebook is opening pop-up Privacy Check Cafes

Dirk Visser, Digital specialist spoke to Gushwell Brooks on Facebook's decision to open a privacy check cafe to help people with their privacy when using the App. He also gave advise on why it is important to change your password every 3 months.

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Testicular cancer on the rise among younger men (18:48)

18 September 2019 6:21 AM

Dr Nico Lourens, Urologist spoke to Nickolaus Bauer on a recent research which has revealed incidence of testicular cancer in males between 14 and 44  has doubled over the past 40 years.

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Tackling food insecurity (13:5)

17 September 2019 6:20 AM

Michelle Bristow, Founder of Genesis spoke to Nickolaus Bauer on a Nutritional product that could possible make a major contribution to the alleviation of hunger in South Africa. The challenges the country might have in a couple of years if food security challenges are not met adequately.

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Robotic Process Automation is the answer to Digital Transformation (9:51)

17 September 2019 6:12 AM

Ugan Maistry, FIRtech CEO spoke to Nickolaus bauer on how Robotic Process Automation is going to lead,digital transformation in the era of the fourth industrial revolution. What value will it  have on businesses and whether South Africa is well prepared to pursue digital transformation.

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Motivation Monday: Gavin Reardon, founder Kingson (15:)

16 September 2019 6:16 AM

Gavin Reardon, founder of Kingson spoke to Nickolaus Bauer on what inspired him to quit his job as a charted accountant and own a business which is all  about a mandate that invests and accelerates black owned & tech businesses. 

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Comedian and satirical performer Lesego Tlhabi, known as Coconut Kelz is this week’s profile guest (17:27)

13 September 2019 6:51 AM

Comedian and satirical performer, Lesego Thlabi  spoke to Gushwell Brooks on when and why she created the satirical character Coconut Kelz, how she feels about the criticism that comes with the invention of this character and whether she takes comedy as her mainstream. She also spoke on the #Sandtonshutdown and the importance of people taking action.

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Entertainment Reporter and Pop Culture Enthusiast, Lwazi Hadebe with the latest entertainment news (10:40)

13 September 2019 6:42 AM

Lwazi Hadebe, Entertainment reporter and pop culture enthusiast from "the post officially" spoke to Gushwell Brooks on the latest entertainment news, from Terry Pheto winning a BUFF award in Britain for her role in the movie FACES, Nandi Madida launching an App and media personalities accused for Gender based violence.

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Government losing control and respect from SA public (17:45)

12 September 2019 6:21 AM

Prof Dirk Kotze, Proffessor in Political sciences at University of South Africa spoke to Gushwell Brooks on the reason behind political leaders not being able to receive respect from the public lately and the lack of problem solving when it comes to the concerns raised by the community and how the government can regain legitimacy from the public.

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Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (19:55)

11 September 2019 6:36 AM

Jaco Louw, project manager at foundation for school related research spoke to Gushwell Brooks explaining what and  how serious foetal alchol spectrum disorder in South Africa. Why does South Africa have the biggest reported prevalence when it comes to this health issue and how sufficient is the government support towards FASD.

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How organizations should be preparing for 2030 (7:22)

11 September 2019 6:18 AM

Deidre Samson, Mphil in future studies graduate at the University of Stellenbosch business school spoke to Gushwell Brooks on what are the biggest and significant changes that we can see organisations go through in preparation for 2030.

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