Kieno Kammies speaks to Prof Athol Williams talks about corporates and the battle for reparations by those who believe big business had a hand in propping up the apartheid
Guest: Jonathan Cherry Director at Cherryflava Media.LISTEN TO PODCAST
This week, Reuters reported new findings showing that vaping is more effective than gum, patches and the like to help smokers kick the habit. It’s a view that South African harm-reduction specialists have worked tirelessly to impart to policymakers – especially since the start of the hard lockdown when vaping was lumped together with tobacco for purposes of the ban.
Guest: Asanda Gcoyi, CEO of the Vapour Products Association of South Africa is our guest
Guest: Alistair Fairweather Technology Consultant at Plain Speak.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Group 500 Investment embarked on a journey to plant 1 million heads of cabbage with the aim of creating 100 job opportunities and to empower 20 women agri-prenuers.
Allan Falck- He's the director of MRB and the CIO & Founder of LessRisk.biz a consultancy company specializing in POPIA and GDPRLISTEN TO PODCAST
Sasha-Lee Laurel Olivier - Runner up Miss SA 2019
Current Miss SA Sasha Lee Laurel Olivier's reign comes to an end and joins me in studio to share her story from sexual abuse survivor to becoming Miss South Africa, proving all things are possible.
A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara Friedman.LISTEN TO PODCAST
It's Taste Test Monday's !!! Today we are joined by Anita Nesbit, she's the Marketing Manager for Instant Pot. What is Instant Pot you ask? besides being in the 5 items sold by Amazon and Target in the US it's basically a pressure cooker, slow-cooker, rice cooker, and yogurt maker all in one . Anita has prepared a chees cake for us using the Instant Pot
The New York Times describes Instant Pot as a phenomenon, "the kitchen gadget which spawned a religion"…but what exactly is an Instant Pot and why do you think it’s done so well?
brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and the global lockdown. There is arguably a greater opportunity now than ever before, to apply new lenses and make changes that weren’t previously deemed possible outside of the status quo and popular frames.
There is potential for systemic shifts that could usher in institutional reform and the re-organisation of our social system. But for this to be possible, we need new leaders who can pave the way for innovative institutional transformation across all levels of society, towards a more just, inclusive and sustainable African continent.
Now the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship is looking to support a cohort of new leaders through its scholarship programme and here to talk to us today about the Bertha Scholarship, is Fergus Turner, programme manager and advisor at the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship.