Ask Africa are doing regular survey's amongst South Africans to gauge how the Covid pandemic has affected day to day life , some interesting results have been announced including, . Taxis are not sufficiently serving their client base- where does their monopolistic power lie & Emotional distress is twice higher than financial distress.
Andrea Rademeyer CEO of Ask Africa is our guest
Guest: Wayne Farrel Owner of Gap Coffee CompanyLISTEN TO PODCAST
Kieno speaks to Prof Mignon McCulloch Chairperson of South African Paediatric Association (SAPA) and Paediatrician at Red Cross HospitalLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Nick Hall Advisor and Lawyer in the Digital Entertainment Industry.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Deutsche Welle corresponded Chelsey DulaneyLISTEN TO PODCAST
A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara Friedman.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Edward-John Bottomley Journalist Business Insider.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Chess for change was started almost 15 years ago by paying teachers to go into mainly disadvantaged schools during the academic day and teach chess to the children, mainly from Grade R to Grade 3, and, in some cases up to Grade 7.
The advantages of the children learning chess is immense and is well documented.
The idea its not only to teach the kids chess and for them to enjoy, it but it equip them with skills that will help them in the future.
To date the CFC have teachers in PE, Worcester, Hermanus, Mitchells Plain and the Cape Town central and teaches alomost 7000 a week
Kieno joined by Howard Goldberg from Chess for Change.
Chinese Owned Short video publishing app Tik-Tok's astronomic growth in a very short time is a threat to national security according to the Trump administration. President Donald Trump said last week that he is prepared to ban the app after reports that Chinese owner ByteDance, was in talks to sell off part of Tik-Tok to interested investors - after Microsoft says its interested.
To look at why Trump and his administration sees the APP as threat to its national security, Kieno joined by Alistair Fairweather, Technology consultant and Co-Founder of Plain Speak technoligy consultants
Outa CEO Wayne DuvenageLISTEN TO PODCAST