Frank Dobbin, a professor of social sciences at Harvard suggests that there’s pretty wide agreement that you can’t train away bias and he says that actually, exposure to training can sometimes activate rather than help to suppress bias.
Guest: Asanda Ngoasheng | Political Analyst and Research Assistant at Centre for Rights and Justice at University of Sussex as well as Rude Ally | MD at SURGO
Sara-Jayne King speaks to the NSRI's Drowning Prevention Manager Andrew Ingram -Sunday 25th July marks the first-ever World Drowning Prevention Day aimed at focusing the world’s attention on drownings and putting the spotlight on these preventable tragedies.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Taylia De Freitas, a matric learner at St Cyprian’s was unsettled during the national lockdown last year with the lack of social interaction and support of close friends.
She had no idea that her love for design would develop into a movement for mental and emotional health that would inspire many around the world.
Jeff Ayliffe is the man with his finger on the pulse of all the outdoor events and experiences you need to know about in the Western Cape todayLISTEN TO PODCAST
Our weekly crossing down under as our Australia correspondent Katie McDonald joins us live from Sydney to bring us the latest news from the antipodes and surrounds.LISTEN TO PODCAST