“Informal waste collectors” are the trolley pushers on the roads with heaps of garbage. Often times they are abused by drivers and many have been killed after being knocked down. We debate if they are a menace that should be removed, or if they have an important function in recycling waste and improving the environment.

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Helen Desbois runs solo on this edition of The Buzz, she’s joined by John Barker of Ayeye fame. Victor Masondo joins on the line to discuss the project 21 songs for 21 years. Finally, we end off by chatting to the Director of Seed Experience – Craig Bright.

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Andrew Ross and Jason Greer are standing in for Brent, who’s away doing good stuff. We find out what we have to look forward to in March, with specific emphasis on entertainment and technology. Then Blake Roberts from the Blake Roberts Band chats about what he has been up to lately, and of course we […]

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Re-Branding African Beauty and Luxury. Inspiring the world to re-think Africa’s ability to compete with the luxury and beauty centers of the world such as Italy, France and UK. Timothy’s guests are Swaady Leke, founder of Africa’s first luxury tea brand, as well as artist and entertainer Nandi Mngoma.

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Qhama Xhali is a 26 year old resident of East London in the Eastern Cape. He studied marketing at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and is currently the brand manager and events coordinator at Chase Apparel. On top of this he is a researcher and presenter at Bay TV, which he says is where his […]

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A dose of controversial comedy to ensure you get through Monday without losing it. Brought to you by Nina and her guest Simmi Areff,who’s apparently a middle aged white woman trapped in a 20 something Muslim man’s body, on top of this he drives a Fiat 500 and loves One Direction.  

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Tanya Kovarsky and Clare Petra Matthes chat about Technology and education. How is technology transforming classrooms? How are iPads supporting and enhancing traditional learning and teaching methods? Michelle Lissoos Managing Director of iSchool Africa answers these questions.  

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