Michelle Gildenhuys | Model and Former Miss SA Finalist and Emo Adams | Actor, Singer and Producer.
Our Prominent Parents segment we chat to well known celebrity couple, Michelle Gildenhuys and Emo Adams. Emo was born in Mitchells Plain and made his debut at the age of 9 playing a role in the stage production, District 6, the Musical, with David Kramer and the late Taliep Pietersen. He is a South African Actor, Singer and Producer and is the new Noot vir Noot presenter on SABC 2.
Ashley Potts Director at Cape Town Drug Counselling Centre and Nikki Edwards International coordinator and training facilitator 4 uBuntu Academy of Coaching &TrainingLISTEN TO PODCAST
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted almost all industries. The future worker and workspace has evolved considerable and there may be no going back. Will remote working become the norm after COVID-19? What should companies be doing to prepare for the new normal? What are the key trends and skills that are going to be in high demand?
These and other questions will form the basis of a dynamic four-part series of interactive webinars on the Future of Work hosted by the UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) in partnership with Accelerate Cape Town.
Here to talk to us about this today is Ryan Ravens, CEO of Accelerate Cape Town.
Guest: Certified Financial planner Paul RoelofseLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: BBC Correspondent Rich Preston.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara Friedman.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The City of Cape Town maintains that the water tariff is justified and should stay to help compensate for lost revenue. However, residents say that the levy has become a financial burden and unaffordable for ALL households and demands that the city scrap it.
Cosatu in the Western Cape says that they have given the City of Cape Town seven days to respond to its demand for the scrapping of the tariff, as it is no longer necessary.
Jeremy joined by Xanthea Limberg to give us the latest on this discussion with role players in the city.
Kieno speaks to Sisa Ntshona CEO SA Tourism.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Time now for our Friday chat with Dr Roze Phillips, futurist, medical doctor and the
Group Executive for People and Culture at Absa, about the forces and trends that will
shape the future, what those trends are and why they matter.
But most importantly, how these trends may impact YOUR future and what it means for
This week we are speaking to Dr Roze about… The art of losing, why is this important for
our work and personal lives.