This week’s All things Zim is an interview with Eric Willers who is a Load Master at a cargo airline. Eric tells us the importance…
We spoke to some of the people at the 2015 Master Your Passion event held at the Centre for Culinary Excellence. The event was a…
Big Mamma chatting to Nikki Dumas, wine stylist, lover of South African wines and worshiper of Champagne and sparkling wine. She caught up with her…
Bhavna Singh has a little rant about feminism and how women are to be taken seriously.
This on the backdrop of the #FeesMustFall campaign that rocked South Africa last week and spilled over into this week.
This week’s All things Zim takes a look at what Dean du Plessis does when he isn’t writing or talking about cricket.
He has a passion for good music, audio books and even audio described movies for the blind.
Firdose Moonda explains the high and lows of travelling to cover a cricket tour. She is about to head off to India to cover the Test series between South Africa and India.
Big Mamma chatted to Stephen J Serva Dei about his One Billion Trees for Africa project.
Stephen is a chef by trade, he now designs industrial kitchen for restaurants and other industries. He is a very spiritual person and is incredibly passionate about life on Earth.
We present a special Under The Table as Bhavna Singh chats with a student in the middle of the #FeeMustFall action at the University of Cape Town.
Acoustic Element will fill your days with violins! They were at #TableofATE this week and Bhavna Singh caught up with them.
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