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Wed, 13 Jul 2016 07:07:00 GMT

What does Labour Law say about Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?

In its inaugural show on Monday, the Melting Pot, hosted by Zinhle Mncube talks to Soji about the happenings across the continent in the news along with guest Thato Manala. In its second segment, we speak to Sicelo Joja, an accounting student from the University of Johannesburg, who talks about his studies and what made him choose his course of study. Thereafter, we are joined by Nthati Molefe and Valencia Mabuza who are wellness coaches. In our last feature we talk about sexual harassment in the workplace with Thato Manala and labour law expert Bongani Khanyile from Bongani Khanyile Attorneys.

Thu, 14 Jul 2016 04:07:00 GMT

Life and Challenges of African Professionals in the Diaspora

On Day 3 of the Melting Pot, we open up our show with an interview with Ziphozonke Majola, founder and co-owner of SOTHAR Pictures. We then cross over to Andiswa Maqutu and Masego Lekwape from Black Women Be Like as they interview with Genet Lekew, an Ethiopian who grew up in the US, talking about life and challenges in the diaspora. Lastly, we wrap up African news with Soji.

Thu, 14 Jul 2016 15:07:00 GMT

What you need to know about #TheFlagMovement #Zimbabwe

In light of the recent happenings in Zimbabwe, we speak to Simba a Zimbabwean based in South Africa who gives us a personal account of his upbringing in Zimbabwe and what led to Zimbabwe’s current state. He also gives his opinion on the #ThisFlag Movement led by Pastor Evans.

Tue, 19 Jul 2016 09:07:00 GMT

18th July, 2016

On today’s show, we speak to Lulama Chirwa who recently graduated from studying marketing at IMM. We then speak to our professional of the day Floyd Shwabete who is an investment support consultant. Mudzithe Phiri is the host of a new ABR show called “The Business of Entertainment” starting this Friday – we profile her and her show. After news with Soji we talk about the importance and the impact of CSR in the continent as well as what can be done to make them more impactful.

Thu, 21 Jul 2016 09:07:00 GMT

Investment Supports and The Business of Entertainment in Africa

On today’s show, we speak to Lulama Chirwa who recently graduated from studying marketing at IMM. We then speak to our professional of the day Floyd Shwabete who is an investment support consultant. Mudzithe Phiri is the host of a new ABR show called “Business in Entertainment” starting this Friday – we profile her and her show. After news with Soji we talk about the importance and the impact of CSR in the continent as well as what can be done to make them more impactful.

Sat, 23 Jul 2016 10:07:00 GMT

Social Security System in Africa

Our interview with Professor Alex is an expansive discussion on social security system policies, the challenges faced when it comes to implementing these policies and their far-reaching implications when these are not corrected or reformed.

Sat, 23 Jul 2016 16:07:00 GMT

Unnecessary expenses with Vusani Badane

Today’s episode, our ladies from Black Women Be Like speak with Toks, a higher education professional living in the UK for most of her life, although Nigerian born. We then have our resident financial planner Vusani Badane as we talk about how to cut unnecessary expenses. Our last interview is with Professor Alex van den Heever who is the chair on the Social Security Systems Administration and Management Studies at Wits University and he talks about the work they do as well as the challenges when it comes to implementing suitable social security systems.

Sat, 23 Jul 2016 17:07:00 GMT

Friday Show With Vusi Gcabashe

Our hour-and-a-half show Friday show, Soji makes a return with the news and we close the show off the show with our dabbler of the day, Vusi Gcabashe, who works in the operations of a public transport institution, is a musician, a radio host, an MC and is also a TV host.

Wed, 03 Aug 2016 20:08:00 GMT

Demystifying the Concept of Millennials and the Importance in Re-Shaping Africa

In our first show of the month we speak to Zimkhitha Swana, a second year International Relations and French student from Wits University who takes us through her two year studying journey. We then we speak to Chantal Mokgakwe who’s a psychometrist. Our last worker feature we demystify the concept of Millennials and their importance in re-shaping the world.

Thu, 04 Aug 2016 09:08:00 GMT

Grad. Of The Week - Zimkhitha Swana

Our grad of the week is Zimkhitha Swana, a second year International Relations and French student, who also dabbles in a tutoring business. We discuss what led her to her to what she’s studying as well and where she wants to take her studies and career.

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