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Kwantu Feature: God Ancestors and Gender: Through the eyes of Gogo - a male sangoma

Kwantu Feature: God Ancestors and Gender: Through the eyes of Gogo - a male sangoma

In our Kwantu feature we talk to Gogo Dungezweni Aubrey Matshiqi on God Ancestors and Gender: Through the eyes of Gogo - a male sangoma



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Where are the honest politicians?

11 November 2019 11:12 PM

Guest: Rich Mkhondo - Founder: The Media and Writers Firm, a ghost-writing, content
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Hammanskraal Water Crisis Update

11 November 2019 9:47 PM

Guest: Siyabulela Jentile

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Monday's Medical Corner....World Diabetes Day, 14 November 2019

11 November 2019 9:04 PM

Dr. Stan Landau - Endocrinologist - Senior Physician, Center for Diabetes and
Endocrinology, Johannesburg 

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South Africans Doing Great Things with Stefan Graunke

9 November 2019 12:12 AM

Stefan Graunke | Founder of Coastal Ghost |

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I Am Ndileka - More than my surname

8 November 2019 10:40 PM

Follow Ndileka on her journey as she deals with death in her family, patriarchy, motherhood, depression, being homeless and surviving rape and abuse.

Guest: Ndileka Mandela, Granddaughter of Nelson Mandela

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How did SADC fair in the Botswana and Mozambique elections?

7 November 2019 11:07 PM

In our Africa at a Glance we looked at how did SADC faired post the Botswana and Mozambique elections with Professor Kealeboga Maphunye, Unisa Department of Political Sciences and Tiseke Kasambala - Chief of Party of the Advancing Rights in Southern Africa Programme at Freedom House

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All Things Psychology with… David Rosenstein on Hoarding

7 November 2019 9:18 PM

In our Mental Health Corner with David Rosenstein, Clinical Psychologist talking about what hoarding is.

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The Science of getting rich - Part 3 - Is opportunity monopolized?

6 November 2019 11:11 PM

Guest: Stanley Beckett - Author And Consultant at ChangeCreator

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Why is Retirement Planning (long-term investing) So Hard?

6 November 2019 10:15 PM

You should work towards ensuring you don't outlive your retirement savings, as people
are, on average, living longer, says Darryl Hannington, a portfolio manager at financial
services firm Anchor Capital.

Longevity is increasing, which makes retirement planning even more difficult, because
people are living for more years until they die.

The key consideration when planning for your retirement is “to make sure that your
money outlives you”.

How can one do this and why is retirement planning (long-term investment) so hard?
Mduduzi Luthuli from Luthuli Capital joined us online to discuss this issue……..

 

Guest: Mduduzi Luthuli - Co-Founder and Executive Director at Luthuli Capital 

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Weird and Wonderful - Mysteries of our Origins

6 November 2019 10:11 PM

Guest: Michael Tellinger - South African Author, Politician, Explorer and Ubuntu Party
founder 

Michael Tellinger is a South African scientist, researcher, explorer and internationally acclaimed author. His 4 books have been translated into at least 9 languages.

Michael's groundbreaking research and discoveries cover an astonishing array of subjects including, archaeology, human origins, ancient civilisations, history, geology, mythology, religion, spirituality, physics, quantum mechanics, and much more.

You may also know Michael Tellinger as the founder of the UBUNTU Liberation Movement, that promotes a new socio-economic structure and a world in which money is no longer necessary. The UBUNTU Movement has members in over 140 countries.

In 2007, Michael revealed a vanished civilisation in southern Africa, that left behind the largest collection of stone ruins anywhere on Earth - and the oldest working SUN Calendar found to date. His critical discoveries are forcing us to rewrite our history books.

Michael Tellinger's most recent discovery of fossilized remains of humanoids, reptilians, extinct creatures and even GIANTS, in Mpumalanga, has become one of the hottest topics of discussion on the internet - with over 30 million views of his online videos.

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