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More episodes from The Flash Drive With Carl Wastie

What About the People? Marc Lottering pens powerful song

13 August 2020 5:06 PM

The need for food relief from vulnerable communities since the onset of lockdown has reached unprecedented levels. 

Food is running low and sponsors can no longer assist. 

In an interview with Carl Wastie, Tafelsig Activist Joanie Fredericks shares that for five months she has pleaded with the president for an intervention. 

The stark reality is that this nation has come to the end of the road in terms of food provision. I have pleaded for 5 months, ongoing with the president to hear our plea. 

Our words really fell on deaf ears.

One day I realised... let's bring in other people that would not normally be activistic about a particular issue. It must be somebody, a celebrity that understands this particular community. 

To help shed light on the desperate situation, Marc Lottering partnered with Craig Lucas in a powerful song pleading for help from the South African government. 

Joanie brought me to Tafelsig, you decide where you fit in and what you're going to do, but this is the daily reality, not just for people in Tafelsig, Mitchellsplain.

All they have is hope that somebody is going to feed them. And because the soup kitchens have been running, Joanie asked please can we do a little film.

We need something different to get attention of people, to get the awareness to government. 

Marc Lottering then penned "What About the People?", featuring Craig Lucas. 

Watch the powerful video here: https://youtu.be/yC9VsiR3rko

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Bizboost - Cardamom Kitchen

12 August 2020 4:58 PM

Through BizBoost, Carl Wastie offers small businesses in need of a boost an opportunity to market their company.

In this clip, Carl chats to Nisreen of Cardamom Kitchen.

Learn more here: https://www.cardamomkitchen.online/

Want to give your business the boost it deserves?

Visit our webpage and enter your business here for a chance to be featured on BizBoost on The Flash Drive with Carl Wastie, every weekday at 4.40 pm.

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Bizboost - Yes Face Masks

12 August 2020 8:05 AM

Through BizBoost, Carl Wastie offers small businesses in need of a boost an opportunity to market their company.

In this clip, Carl chats to Lisha of Yes Face Masks. 

To learn more, visit the Yes Face Masks Facebook Page, HERE

Or visit the website, HERE. 

Want to give your business the boost it deserves?

Visit our webpage and enter your business here for a chance to be featured on BizBoost on The Flash Drive with Carl Wastie, every weekday at 4.40 pm.

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Bizboost - Tali's Homemade

31 July 2020 5:03 PM

The Flash Drive’s Carl Wastie has made it his mission to uplift businesses using his platform, creativity and influence!

In this clip, he profiles Tali's Homemade, a small business that makes preservative & artificial colouring free jams. 

Talishomemade@gmail.com

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BizBoost - Savvy Greens

31 July 2020 4:06 PM

The Flash Drive’s Carl Wastie has made it his mission to uplift businesses using his platform, creativity and influence!

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'Grateful Giving' with Nadia and Nawal Jaftha

31 July 2020 3:58 PM

South African's have been hard hit by the covid-19 with many feeling the financial pinch of lockdown. 

Nadia Jaftha and her mother Nawal launched an initiative called 'Grateful Giving' where they hand out food items and other necessities to help those in need. 

The mother and daughter joined The Flash Drive with Carl Wastie to speak about their community project. 

"We go out once a month and give out to the community where we can," explains Nadia. 

Nawal says that the idea for the NGO was borne when she realised that if she's affected by lockdown, what about those who do not have an income. 

She then rallied friends and family to help out. 

"I said to my friends and family that we have got to do something where we know where the food is going, who is getting the food, physically giving it to them yourselves, and it's not landing in places where you didn't expect it" 

'Grateful Giving' is appealing to the public to help out. If you'd like to get involved or learn more, you can DM Nawal Jaftha on Instagram here, or send an email to info.nawaljaftha@gmail.com

 

 

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