For majority of South Africans, dispossession (cultural practices, physical displacement from territory, and the undermining of indigenous self-government) is not something lost in the mists of history: it is a wound within living memory and for the majority who are poor, it remains a constant threat.
Guest: Dineo Skosana, Researcher at Society Work and Politics Institute (Wits University) spoke about how mining activities continue to dispossess black families in South Africa.
Adv. Matthew Mpahlwa, acted as King's lawyer and adviser spoke to Aubrey about the shocking news on the passing King Zwelonke Sigcawu.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Christopher Shabangu, Deputy president of SACCALISTEN TO PODCAST
Simon Gear, South Africa's leading Environmental Scientist | Climatologist
- Weather news and warnings
- Fake Tornado news circulating
Siya Jentile, Chairperson: NotInMyNameLISTEN TO PODCAST
In our Mental Health Corner with Dr. John Demartini, Founder of the Demartini Institute | One of the world's leading authorities on human behaviour and personal development | professional speaker, author, and business consultant on how our thoughts determine our destiny, and how can we use this in planning for a new year.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The First Principle in The Science of Getting Rich
Thought is the only power which can produce tangible riches from the Formless Substance. The stuff from which all things are made is a substance which thinks, and a thought of form in this substance produces the form.
Guest: Stanley Beckett - Author And Consultant at ChangeCreator
Guest: Michael Tellinger - Scientist, researcher, explorer, internationally acclaimed
author and Ubuntu Party founder
Creating a comfortable retirement is probably the single biggest financial challenge that anyone can face. Unfortunately, it is one challenge for which many working people are ill prepared.
Guest: Mduduzi Luthuli - Investment Manager at Luthuli Capital
Guest: Dr. Kevin Winter | Lecturer in Environmental and Geographical Sciences at the
University of Cape Town