Yesterday, an old Facebook photo popped back onto my feed. It was taken during the 2010 Football World Cup, the year Philip visited SA and black, white, brown and polka-dotted, we stood together, united.Listen
Watson Lavery looks back with fond memories of a few highlights from 2015. What’s better than a year in review …Listen
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.
Today we went to the Northcliff Water Tower. We stood on the hill and had a smug “Lion King” moment. I clearly heard the words “everything the light touches is yours”, now, before comments of delusions of grandeur come flooding in, I do believe that I should be a princess (I even have a teeny tiny tiara).Listen
Starting a media company is a lot like having a runny tummy in a restaurant, everyone knows what you are doing and more often than not, as hard as you try, you cannot hide the embarrassing or grosser moments.Listen
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
Louise Ferreira gives us her views on the #MCInHerShoes campaign and why she thinks it is a really bad idea. …Listen
I was in Germany in January this year. I spent a day walking the streets of the capital city, Berlin. …Listen
There are many ways to look at life. This week has probably been one of the worst weeks, not only …Listen