Happy Friday all you #HangoutWithHeather listeners – it’s a bumper show, as usual, this week with not only one, but two interviews this week with Vusi Mthimunye from eButler, who are making grocery deliveries accessible, and affordable for all South Africans, as well as to Sethabile Myeni, the Marketing Manager for Trace TV, about their collaboration with the Gauteng Film Commission to support and encourage young filmmakers in Gauteng with their documentary competition.
This week Heather also shares about two incredible good news stories, Reflex Solutions have provided free wi-fi for all Doctors and patients at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital amid the COVID outbreak to make sure that patients in need could contact their loved ones, and Mattel South Africa have stepped up to the plate to donate Barbie dolls off the back of their sales to The Children’s Hospital Trust for young patients suffering with Coronavirus.
Innovation is key as this year’s RMB Turbine Art Fair goes online at the end of this month – calling all art lovers, enthusiasts and collectors, there is an incredible line up of talent and talks, plus loads more on offer, do support local artists and visit the fair, even if it is virtual.
A brand new competition is up and running this month – Battery Centre is giving away a R 2500 voucher to one lucky entrant, to check and replace their car battery at any branch around South Africa – at a time when cars are standing more than usual – this is certainly one that you want to enter!
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