Pippa and motoring journalist Ciro De Siena discussing news around from the motoring world.
Our family matters segment today is focused on the furry members of the family who offer more than just companionship and love - we’re talking about the service dogs which offer very specialized support to family members with particular special needs. It’s a great pleasure to welcome Lucy Breytenbach who is a canine behavioural practitioner and the founder of Honey’s Garden Medical Alert Dogs.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A few months ago we heard that one of our favourite science contributors on the show had scored a huge honour – one of her pieces has been chosen for publication in one of the world’s most prestigious titles, the iconic National Geographic magazine. That writer is Leonie Joubert, who has spoken to us before about everything from food security to water saving. But this time she puts her traveller’s hat on as she takes us on a visit to the Kalahari to explore the impact of climate change on the region.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Gerda Engelbrecht is the managing editor at Media24's Lifestyle’s commercial department., and she’s the one being all the crosswords in publications like Huisgenoot, YOU, TVPlus, Sarie, Weg, Tuis, Landbouweekblad,LISTEN TO PODCAST
Bronagh Hammond, the spokesperson for the Western Cape Education Department, as well as Paul-Michael Keichel, a partner at Schilder's attorneys. Schindlers are experts in the cannabis field, having represented the so-called “Dagga Couple” in their challenge to have the laws prohibiting cannabis use and possession declared unconstitutional in South Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
In the second part of our food segment today we celebrate the opening of a new Greek bakery and coffee shop in Mowbray.
on the line was Dmitri and Penny Parolis, who are the owners of this multi-generational family affair.
Time for our weekly update from the team at Eat Out and Food 24 – the country’s biggest restaurant review and foodie platforms.
Guest: Tessa Purdon - Head of Content: Food24 and Eat Out
Jjournalist Lukhanyo Calata to the virtual couch today – it’s hard to believe it’s been more than 3 years since we last spoke to him about his ongoing quest for justice for his father.
Fort Calata was one of the Cradock Four who were tortured and murdered by security forces in 1985
Cape Talk producer Stephan Lombard
EWN Entertainment reporter Chanel September
Deputy Editor of TVPlus magazine Craig Falck