On Change your Mindset we we get an update and feedback on building sustainable businesses with Sue Jackson, a Business Coach and Adviser & Professor Mandivamba Rukuni from Zimbabwe and Flavia Kiruni from SA who attended 5-week Social Impact Business Design Micro School, that Sue Jackson and Anne Bland hosted.LISTEN TO PODCAST
On the Weird and Wonderful feature, we're crossing over live to the UK, joined by Professor Rupert Sheldrake, award winning author, researcher, and biologist best known for his hypothesis of morphic resonance in the field of parapsychology. Where we look at the vast spectrum of his works and many books, tonight we focus on 'Seven Experiments That Could Change the World' and 'The Science Delusion' which examines the ten dogmas of modern science'.LISTEN TO PODCAST
On Financial Matters, Mduduzi Luthuli, Investment Manager at Luthuli Capital, looks at the importance of putting your affairs in order, as in having a will for your dependants and the legacy you'll be leaving behind for them.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Ms Sethembiso Promise Mthembu | Co-Founder of Her Rights Initiative
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Dr. Gordon Isaacs | HIV and AIDS expert and Lecturer at the South African College of Applied Psychology teaching Crisis
Guest: Osborne Molatudi, Founder of Molatudi Advisory Services and Employment & Labour Law Expert, talking about Protection of Whistleblowers.
We talk to Thembisa Fakude, Fellow at Al Sharq Forum, Istanbul Turkey, Deputy Chairperson Common Action Forum, Madrid Spain. Columnist Middle East Monitor London, United Kingdom, about the conflict between the government of Ethiopia and forces in its northern Tigray region which has thrown the country into turmoil.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Nthakoana Ngatane, EWN Senior ReporterLISTEN TO PODCAST
On Monday Medical Matters, we're joined by Cristianne Wendler, Masters in public health and Behavioral Planning and GBV Programmes manager at Shout-It-Now to talk about HIV infection and prevention specifically in youth for tomorrow's World Aids Day.
We unpack it further, in terms, of how GBV contributes to HIV AIDS, (specifically in young girls and women), under the 16 days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign which kicked off last week 25 November (International Day of No Violence against Women), lasting to 10 December (International Human Rights Day).