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Life Hacks - everything you need to know about getting your learner's licence

Life Hacks - everything you need to know about getting your learner's licence

15 April 2021 2:46 PM

Pippa speaks to Richard Coleman Spokesperson at City Of Cape Town Traffic.

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Music - Choccy Chox

17 May 2021 3:09 PM

Choccy Chox

Cape Town singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Choccy Chox, grew up in a musical family - his father was the keyboard player and lead member in a band named “Airborne”. 
So he says it was no surprise that growing up, he gravitated towards learning how to play instruments, and after school completed a degree in jazz music at UCT, with the saxophone as his main instrument. 

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Legal Talk - Trademarks Brief

17 May 2021 2:48 PM

Guests: Jehad Kasu | PR Advisor for Rack 'n Grill

              Carla Collett | Partner at legal firm Webber Wentzel specializing in intellectual property

 A few weeks ago we covered the infuriating case of the big burger chain that tried to smash the little food truck owner over his use of the term “Smashburger”?  If you missed it – Rocomamas, which is part of the Spur group, served legal papers on Muammer Kasu, owner of the Rack n Grill food truck, saying he was in breach of their trademark of the term Smashburger.  

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Food - Basics to Ask Your Wedding Cake Baker: FOOD 2 – WEDDING CAKE

17 May 2021 2:08 PM

Guest: Grace Stevens

The second part of our food segment today is all about wedding cakes.  We know the wedding industry has been very hard hit by the months of lockdown, with many couples having to cancel, delay or downscale their functions.  But even a small wedding deserves a beautiful cake, and my guest today loves creating special designs for the special couple.
Her name is Grace Stevens and she is an award-winning TV chef and cookbook author who has been creating wedding cakes for over 12 years. Welcome Grace

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Restaurant News with Eat Out: FOOD PART 1 – EAT OUT

17 May 2021 1:53 PM

Guest: Tessa Purdon  | Food editor  at Food24.Com

Time for our weekly update from the team at Eat Our and Food24, which are respectively South Africa’s biggest restaurant guide and foodie site.  Their head of content Tessa Purdon is with us today 

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On the couch: Cecelia Forest stakeholder and public engagement process

17 May 2021 1:38 PM

Guest: Nicky Schmidt | Chairperson at Parkscape
            Frans van Rooyen |Table Mountain National Park's manager


On Friday evening, Sanparks published an notice giving stakeholders and the public 5 days to register in order to take part in the engagement process for the review of the Tokai Cecilia Management Framework. 
It says the intended first review of the framework was delayed several times since 2015 by fires, a litigation process, and then the Covid-19 pandemic which made direct public engagements not possible.

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Entertainment News: Podcasts, movies and the latest from the small screen

14 May 2021 3:29 PM

Stephan Lombard - We’ll start with podcasts, and our producer Stephan Lombard has something fun an fictional picked out for us this week

Rafiq Wagiet - let’s take a look at the new movies opening on circuit this weekend – our producer reporter Rafiq Wagiet has the run-down.

Craig Falck - Now onto the small screen, where once again we call on Craig Falcke, deputy editor of TV Plus magazine, to pick out some ideas for you.  

The weekend is here and we’ve picked out another bumper crop of entertainment offerings to keep you occupied.

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Health & Wellness - ME

14 May 2021 2:51 PM

Guest: Dr Elizabeth Murray

Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS)

- Disease characterised by profound fatigue, sleep abnormalities, pain and other symptoms that are made worse by exertion.
-   Occurs more commonly in women. 
-  Most common in people between 40 and 60 years old, the illness affects children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.
-  Cause of condition is unknown, but may include environmental or genetic factors.
-People with ME/CFS may not look ill.

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SAFTA special

14 May 2021 2:07 PM

Guests: Makhosazana Khanyile - CEO of the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF)
Nomsa Philiso - Channel Director of Local Entertainment at M-Net

Pat van Heerden - Channel Head SABC3 Bouquet


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Music: Dylan Farred

13 May 2021 3:08 PM

Guest: Dylan Red | Cape Town born and bred singer and songwriter 

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Life Hack: SilverFit

13 May 2021 2:57 PM

Guest: Hannah Raath | A biokineticist and founder of the exercise and wellness programme

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