In our Kwantu feature we talk to Gogo Sinethemba Nombala Maknya about mental illness from an African perspective and whether can Western and African systems work together to help mental health issues.
Gogo Sinethemba Nombala Makanya – Doctoral Fellow in Medical Humanities and Psychology at Wits Institute of Social and Economic Research and Healer
Charles Cilliers | Digital Editor: The CitizenLISTEN TO PODCAST
Zwelinzima Vavi | General Secretary at SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu)LISTEN TO PODCAST
Ray MahlakaLISTEN TO PODCAST
Dr. Zwide Nxumalo - Gynecologist Oncologist: Netcare Park Lane | Rahima
Moosa Mother and Child Hospital Wits University
Guest: Gerrie Wiskunde - Public Relations manager for "Being a Gentleman" and CPF member
A Gentleman’s club in Centurion is helping women learn skills free of charge
Guest: Dr. John Kani | Actor, Director & Playwright at (Independent)
With a theatre named after him at The Market Theatre, Joburg, John has produced and directed great films such as The Lion King, Black Panther and The Ghost and the Darkness.
The actor has also wrote many books such as Nothing But the Truth, Missing: A Play, Kunene and the King, Apartheid and Othello. Over and above his many awards, he was honored with the Naledi Theatre World Impact Awards at the prestigious awards, which took place on May 2019
Guest: Niki Seberini, Motivational and Inspirational Speaker, Mind Freedom Fighter, and Talk Show HostLISTEN TO PODCAST
Taking an in-depth look into the effects of emotional trauma to continue the conversation on what turns children into criminals? With children growing up into adults - this issue is more prevalent than ever, when we look at the consequences we are facing today.
Guest: Leonard Carr, Clinical Psychologist
Guest: Stanley Beckett | Author and ConsultantLISTEN TO PODCAST