Guest : Dwight Okita
It's a personal preference of course.
But what we are going to be exploring on the show just after nine this evening is
whether teaching kindness and tenderness can be an antidote to toxic masculinity.
Dwight Okita is the originator of the "The Hug & Cuddle Group forMen" sessions in
Chicago USA. It provides a safe open space for strangers looking for tenderness and
intimacy in a non sexual environment.
For more information visit : Cuddlist.com
Guest : Chris Kraus
Sea The Bigger Picture is a Cape Town based NGO started in 2018 by four friends with a
passion for the environment, their main focus is coastal environmental education and
ocean pollution awareness.
They organize beach cleanups by collaborating with businesses, other NGO's & local
They are also testing a new machine that filters micro plastics from beach sand, Joining
us in studio is Chairperson of Sea The Bigger Picture Chris Kraus.
Guest : Tim Lundy
FB: Cape Town Hiking with Tim Lundy
Twitter : @hikingcapetown
You Tube: Cape Town Hiking
Instagram : capetownhiking
Guest : Nazareen Ebrahim| CEO of Socially Acceptable
Deepfakes are fake videos or audio recordings that look and sound just like the real
thing. Advances in artificial intelligence is creating convincing fake audio and video – known
as “deepfakes” – relatively easy.
Making a person appear to say or do something they did not has the potential to take
the war of disinformation to a whole new level.
Nazareen Ebrahim - CEO of Socially Acceptable joins us to talk about deep fakes and
its impact on the world.
Guest : Dali Tambo
The Long March to Freedom is a monumental procession of 100 life-size bronze statues,
the largest exhibition of its kind anywhere in the world, and opens to the public at
Century City, Cape Town, on 15 November 2019.
The individual bronze artworks depict South African and international icons, some
famous and others unknown, and tell the story of South Africa’s 350 year struggle for
freedom and democracy.
We are joined on the line by Dali Tambo to chat about The Long March to Freedom"
which runs from the 15th of November at Century City.
Guest : Lookout Sibanda
Lookout Sibanda is a man of few words. Instead, he prefers to craft his expression
through art. Sibanda’s creative flair sparked in high school when his friends taught him
to paint. So when he couldn’t afford to study after matric, he chose to pursue his
passion by decorating ceramics with brushes of colour. But adding the final touches
wasn’t enough. Sibanda felt compelled to learn pottery from inception.
Working for established ceramists Elza van Dijk and Nicole Kingston exposed Sibanda
to their techniques. Even without formal classes, he learnt to produce pots, bowls, and
plates. Soon, Sibanda started promoting his wares at markets and exhibitions in Port
Elizabeth, building a reputation under the name Lookout Ceramics. Today, Sibanda
holds success in the palm of his hand. His signature work features abstract and
geometric patterns, with vivid colours inspired by the blankets his grandmother used to
In 2018, knitwear designer Laduma Ngxokolo chose to mentor Sibanda as a result of his
talent. Despite his accomplishments, Sibanda is conscious of the challenging course it’s
taken for him to get here. That’s why he hopes to share his skills by tutoring potential
For this potter, passion is the tool to triumph.
Guest : Lisa Joshua Sonn
Social Activist Lisa Joshua Sonn joins us for our weekly segment, Tonight we talk about
raising other people's kids
Guest : Rene Naylor
Rene Naylor a member of the Springboks all female sports physiotherapists team ,
along with Vivian Verwant and Dr Tanushree Pillay treated the Bok players as they put
their bodies on the line to bring home the Webb Ellis trophy.