Brittany Clamp has worked in news, television and radio.
She worked at eNCA in both the control room and on the news desk.
Brittany worked at Hot 91.9 as a newsreader.
She started at production company Something’s Cool as a content producer and worked her way up to Logistics Manager while working on, amongst other TV shows, SABC 1’s “Your Perfect Sishebo”.
Thokozani Mathebula is an art and fashion lover and a creative entrepreneur.
A brand on his own, part time loan officer, men’s fashion blogger and podcaster.
Painting is another way of expression.
An introvert at best.
Proud supporter of equality for all sexes.
Basically a wallflower with great taste and fashion sense.
Kat Kai Kol-Kes is the quirky, outspoken, ready-to-learn host and producer of the Queer Me Out podcast. She uses the podcast as an excuse to talk to people from all over the world about sexuality and gender related issues. Kol-Kes is a 2015 Centre For African Cultural Excellence Writivist, a Trans* Artivist, educator, writer, musician, performing artist, poet and theatre producer. She was named a 2013/14 Brand Botswana “Best of Botswana: Performing Arts” honouree, and she’s a graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand.
She is a proud Motswana, founder of the Queer Shorts Showcase Festival, and a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community Gaborone Hub.
Stuart Pickering is a writer, photographer, author, journalist, editor and owner of the Cycling Direct news and information website based out of South Africa. I am also a cyclist! I wrote and published my book about my return to cycling at age of 50 (called Downhills are Your Friends). I then realised I could write and enjoyed it so I started Cycling Direct to follow my passion four years ago. In four years Cycling Direct has become one of the biggest cycling news services and growing on a daily basis.
Heather has been involved in the events and speaking industry since 2008, and has worked on a variety of projects in her time, including some of the leading events in Southern Africa – Oil & Gas Africa, the 6th SA AIDS Conference, The Success Summit and National Achievers Congress.
Heather’s journey through her personal growth is quite engaging. From a house-wife to a struggling divorcee working multiple jobs to make ends meet, to a chance interview that ignited her path upwards through the ranks in Events Management, to discovering an event concept that sparked her interest in running her own business – Heather’s experiences are so raw and real, that she instantly touches a cord with her audiences.
Heather is now firmly entrenched in the social media, personal branding and blogging spheres, and is considered one of the top social media influencers in South Africa.
Her weekly podcasts will cover everything from fashion to food, events and general life in between.
Hi! this is Simmi
Bio’s are generally long and boring and written in the 3rd person
So I made this quick one instead I’m really funny!
I’ve performed on Comedy Central numerous times.
As well as Late Nite News (eTV) and The Bantu Hour (SABC 2)
I’ve had SOLD OUT One Man shows at the Joburg Theatre and Durban’s Playhouse.
I have been featured by Forbes Africa, Khuluma magazine and the City Press rated me as one of the Top up and coming comedians in South Africa.
I’m also a Television prankster on MTV’s You Got Got!
Die manne van Hoekom So Podcast hou van braai en gesels. Hulle potgooi elke week oor allerhande onderwerpe en nou en dan het hulle semi-famous gaste ook op. Challa (a.k.a. Die Baard van Kennis) is die slim een en speel ook baskitaar in ‘n band. Heinous is die “adventurer” en movie buff. Paul is die gadget ou wat hou van peuter aan goed en Jakkals is hul lovable idiot vriend met ‘n baie unieke uitkyk op die lewe.
Kom wees ‘n vlieg teen die muur by ‘n ander ou se braai!
Real was started by 2 very good friends, Daniel & Chris, it is a weekly podcast where they talk about real, relevant and funny topics that’s relatable for every listener. Chris & Dan are both bass players which is probably why they get along so well.
Daniel is a musician and he is also the leader for the youth at his church. He plays bass for the band Vintage Kings and does some freelance video editing. Chris is a full-time wedding & lifestyle photographer. Although he also plays bass, he only plays for fun.
For them it’s not about how many listeners the show can get, it’s about how real stuff can get.
Move over Kardashians … the Kalvaris have arrived!
Catch up with the Kalvari’s every week.
Thier discussion ranges from general life experiences to unspeakable matters normally kept within the privacy of the home and behind closed doors.
This is an irreverent, unfiltered, maybe even uncomfortable gathering, that will draw you in, and keep you well informed.
Bernice isn’t scared to criticise Damon in an open forum, in front of friends. And Damon just absorbs it, like an obedient sponge. Boundaries aren’t really breached because they simply don’t exist.
Sasha is an idealist, innovator -who is known to have ideals of perfection and excellence in all of her projects. She is the creator and founder of BlogChatSA, a dynamic platform created for bloggers with the aim of changing the world of blogging as we know it today. As a product of this generation and her environment – she is nothing less than a trail-blazer and what would be defined as a phenomenal-woman-in-the-making. A multi-talented individual who prides herself in not just being a lady who is intelligent, but strives for integrity in all aspects of her life both personally and professionally.
Dean du Plessis was born and bread in Harare Zimbabwe and is up to now the world’s first and only totally blind cricket commentator/analyst/columnist.
Dean has been a freelance cricket journalist for 15 years, and he has been striving to become a full-time cricket journalist.
Other than cricket, Dean loves listening to audio books and music with the likes of Seether, ACDC and especially Def Leppard being his favourites.
But his biggest desire is to be a full-time cricket journalist.
We are four Nigerian women doing our part to dispel myths and cliches about our continent and its people. Through biweekly discussions centering around our experiences on the continent and abroad, we hope to create a space where different African voices are heard and where complex African stories are told.
Two Serbian blondes, an Italian brunette and two men from South Africa and England respectively get together weekly with occasional guests from around the world for a night of jokes, fun and banter. Weekly episodes, endless laughs. Four countries. One Podcast.
Paula is a Relationship Expert, speaker and author of Embracing Conflict – a self-help guide filled with practical tools and insights empowering individuals to overcome challenges and enable personal growth. She has BBA Marketing degree with over 14years corporate experience in the marketing and advertising sector. She left the corporate world to pursue her passion of motivating and inspiring people to live life on their terms. She has over 7years coaching, consulting, speaking and workshop facilitation experience and works with both individuals and organisations on how to create healthy relationships in both their personal and professional arenas using emotional intelligence insights, imago therapy principles and NLP tools.
Sound Africa is space for narratives that capture the dizzying complexity of the world’s second most populous continent. It would be pretty hard to argue that Africa is fairly represented in the Western media. Coverage of the continent is often one-dimensional and fails to scratch beneath the surface, and critical African voices are often ignored. Part of the problem is a lack of home-grown African media that is able to undermine weary old clichés and deliver fresh angles and analysis. We want to help fill the gap by telling the types of stories that rarely make it onto the network news, from quirky and obscure to hard-hitting and thought-provoking. We’re not talking about glossy postcard portrayals of the continent. We’re talking about stories that capture the intricacies and multiple sides of life and society – the good and the bad, warts and all! We aim to amplify African voices through the power of digital audio and the internet.
Ricardo Ferreira is an expert in alternative education and non-violent communication. He is the co-founder and principal of Monaghan Montessori, a parent-run independent school in Johannesburg. This school has, over the last seven years, allowed for him to successfully explore methods of education outside of the mainstream paradigm and become a leading voice in the cottage school movement.
Ricardo is also an educational consultant, helping schools refine their visions, incorporate best practices and ultimately helping people connect with their children in meaningful ways.