Guests : Jorja Freeman & Gustavo Vigilio
The World’s Premier Dance Production, Burn The Floor, returns to South Africa this
August and September at the Baxter Theatre.
Burn the Floor is a global production that has revolutionized the image of Ballroom
dance across the world and is set to visit South Africa for the fourth time in August and
September this year, in what has been dubbed as Burn the Floor – The Rebel Tour.
It includes South African Latin Champion, Kylee Brown. South Africans will also witness
the sweet vocals of sultry songstress, Lelo Ramasimong – who is currently a finalist in
local music reality TV show, The Voice SA – throughout the SA tour.
Choreographed and directed by Peta Roby, Burn the Floor – The Rebel Tour
includes music from Rag and Boneman, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Santana, Janis
Joplin, and Led Zeppelin.
Joining us in studio are Jorja Freeman & Gustavo Vigilio
JORJA FREEMAN (AUSTRALIAN DANCER)
She's a dancer from Melbourne, Australia and have been touring and dancing with Burn
The Floor since I was 19 (She is no 26 years old). Jorja started dancing at age 3 when her
Mum and Dad couldn’t handle having her and my twin brothers at home (we were a lot
to handle). So here Nana would take Jorja to dance class. Her Nana was once part of
the Australian Ballet and Jorja's Mum never danced so for her she loved the fact that
she was even up for it.
Up until age 15, Jorja studied and competed in Jazz, Tap, Musical Theatre and Ballet
before she then made a straight switch to Ballroom and Latin dancing.. where she got to
dance with boys! |
Jorja never did extremely well in Competition dancing nor did she really enjoy it to be
honest… what she enjoyed was performing… even as a little girl Jorja always had to be
the centre of attention… self admitted! She loved the stage!
So at age 19 when the offer came to join Australian Dance Company, Burn The Floor, it
was right up her alley, and definitely a dream job for her! Jorja's first BTF experience
was touring the USA, her first theatre was The Pantages in LA.. it truly was one of the
most memorable nights ever…
Since then Burn The Floor has become her home away from home, giving Jorja's
professional dance opportunities that she never thought possible. Jorja's performed on
London’s West End in 2016, has toured Japan twice in some of the biggest theatres she
have ever seen, and have had the privilege of touring Australia 3 times now.
Jorja is also the current champion of Dancing With The Stars Australia.
GUSTAVO VIGILIO (ITALIAN DANCER)
Gustavo has been dancing since he was 12, and has for the past 10 years been studying
in Milan Italy, under the guidance of world renown Latin American dance coach Carolyn
Smith. Holds many world and European titles including: World Youth Latin champion
and Italian champion, finalist at the international and German open Latin
championships , in 2013 he decide to stop his competitive dancing, and start new career
touring the world on the stage with Burn the Floor. Gustavo was also a finalist on the
Australian version of Dancing with Stars in 2019
Guest : Dr Anthony Smith | General Practitioner at Dr Anthony Smith private practice |
Ads for over the counter penis-enlargement products and sex enhancement procedures
You’ve seen the plethora of Rock Hard, Mojo Nights, Lightning Rod, Black Mamba and
Bullet Proof pills, pumps weights, exercises and sometimes even surgeries that claim to
increase the length and width of your penis or promise to RAMP up your stamina (to
hours of pleasure) during sex.
But are these pills safe to use or will they do more harm?
Guest : Sophie Joans | Co-founder at Raunchy Renditions |
Think of The Moth podcast but with heaps of sex positive stories in the voice of ordinary
That’s exactly what the Raunchy Renditions event is all about – a live storytelling
evening for titillating tales. As their tag line suggests – the want YOU to
Their next event is next week Wednesday and they’ve curated line-up of brave souls
who will share their real-life sex experiences from first times to going solo, to
everything in between and after.
Guest : Clive Amsel
If you see giant cigarette butts scattered on gorgeous Llandudno beach or even strewn
across the face of Lion’s Head this festive season – its not your head playing tricks on
you – the giant cigarette butts have been placed there deliberately to not only deface
the natural beauty of your surroundings but to get YOU thinking and talking about the
impact of litter on the environment.
Guest : Tim Lundy
How dangerous can it be to hike when you have been sick or still sick?
If you have something as simple as a cold or minor chest infection should you
considering a hike? How long should you wait after being sick to start a hiking again?
Guest : Benjamin Fogel
Voting is under way in the United Kingdom's snap general election, with millions
expected to deliver their verdict on the Brexit crisis engulfing British politics.
Thursday's ballot will shape how, or whether, the UK will finally exit the European Union
after months of parliamentary deadlock over how to execute the result of its 2016
referendum on membership of the bloc.
The vote brings to an end a campaign period during which Prime Minister Boris
Johnson's Conservative Party and Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party have offered starkly
different visions for resolving the impasse and rebuilding the UK after a decade of tough
Johnson wants to action a swift exit from the EU, while Corbyn is committed to holding
a second referendum over the issue.
Polls opened at 7am and close at 10pm local time with final results expected by early
Guest : Rebecca Nyangaresi-Gatang’i | Founder at Ketsh Up ZA |
It is an initiative that aims to motivate more women from all walks of life (particularly
African women) to acquire cycling and swimming skills in order to destroy stereotypes
and diversify the triathlon scene.
Ketsh Up, was started in 2016 in PE by Rebecca Nyangaresi-Gatang’I and her friend
Bianca Reichelt as a fitness movement to encourage women from all walks of life to
join them in taking up running, swimming, and cycling.
Since then, the NPO has grown into a sizeable club of over 100 women whose members
swim, cycle and run in triathlon events
Guest : Lisa Joshua Sonn
Social Activist Lisa Joshua Sonn joins us for her weekly update on the social issues that’s
on her mind.
Tonight, we talk about loadshedding, how useless it is moaning about it and what we
can do to live with this irritation.
Guest : Dillon Khan | VP at Comedy Central Network |
It's been 25 years since a group of twenty-somethings first gathered around a nowlegendary
orange couch at Central Perk on the hit television show "Friends."
And in September of this year, the 10-season show (which ran from 1994 to 2004)
celebrated this anniversary milestone by organizing several events and product releases
for superfans everywhere.
As part of the global celebration of the well-loved sitcom, Comedy Central Africa, is
taking the Friends couch to the Mother City for a once in a lifetime photo opportunity.
Guest : Johann Roux
Are medical malpractice claims were skyrocketing in SA?
It's emerged that at least eight children have died allegedly at the hands of two
Johannesburg doctors at Netcare Park Lane Clinic due to negligence, EWN reported
A warrant of arrest has been issued for pediatric surgeon Dr Peter Baele and
anaesthetist Dr Abdulhay Munshi after 10-year-old Zayyaan Sayed died following a
The pair are facing culpable homicide charges after Sayed’s lung collapsed and he died
in intensive care unit in October. It's understood a total of 21 families have also come
forward to sue Baele and Mushni for negligence. The two doctors will have to appear
before a court on charges of culpable homicide once they have been arrested.
Guest : Solly Moeng
Ramaphosa decided to return home from a state visit to Egypt on Tuesday. This was
earlier than planned to “deal with domestic priorities”, including the electricity crisis
and the floods in parts of the country.
The president faced backlash for leaving country moments after Eskom announced an
unprecedented stage six lead shedding earlier this week.
Earlier today, Ramaphosa, was locked in a meeting with Eskom’s management at its
headquarters at Megawatt Park to find a solution to the crisis.
Meanwhile, load-shedding has been downgraded to stage two on Tuesday.