PRASA, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, invited us to experience a trip on the Premier Classe train from Johannesburg to Cape Town and back. It was part of an education session and a few other bloggers and personalities were also invited on the trip.Listen
Firdose Moonda tackled the tricky subject of racial transformation in sport.
With the Springboks losing to Japan this weekend, the topic has come to light again.
Hear her thoughts and solutions and please join the conversation in the comments below.
We spoke with the director and a few of the dancers before the opening night of Burn the Floor at the Joburg Theatre.
Hear what it takes to put on the show and the effort that goes into it.Listen
The Parlotones are putting on a one-off show at the Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City where they will be joined by a 10-peice musical ensemble and strip back their hit songs.
They will then take the tour around the country next year.
As part of our involvement in Northcliff and the surrounds, we spoke with Ingrid Reinten, the ward councilor for Ward 89 in JohannesburgListen
Peter Kirsten chats about the Sprinboks’ World Cup preparations and is a firm believer in the side.
What is your view of the side?
Peter says, “GO BOKKE GO!!!!!”
Motor Mouth Moonda went on a South Indian cooking course. She grew up in an Indian household but she found the course amazing.
Hear what goes into the cuisine and how you can make some of the best South Indian food yourself.
Peter Kirsten feels that South African Sport is blessed brilliant School structures- Coaching And Academic.
He spent some time at Trinity House and experienced the passion of the players, the teachers and the parents.
Peter Kirsten feels that it is unfortunate that other Africa countries like Uganda, Ghana, Nigeria are not included. They may as well call it the SA T20 Cup.Listen
Firdose Moonda spent some time at The Culture Club cheese store in Cape Town to experience the variety of cheeses …Listen