16.08.19 Pt 2 – What’s the most irritating WhatsApp behaviour that you just can’t put up with? The team discuss phone etiquette, what works and what really gets under their skin. Our favourite, Jane, pops her head into the studio for a rant about the struggles of living in Alex. Then, George Mienie talks tech, cars and what could get you arrested.
16.08.19 Pt 1 – What’s the worst neighbour you’ve ever had? The show gets off to an interesting start as Siya gets locked into his own house, while Gugu on the other hand, is locking people in their houses. The kind of person you are can likely determine whether you have successful relationships or not… we finally get to the bottom of why Gareth is single.
The heat is dialled up on The Burning Platform this week as Kanthan Pillay resuscitates the NHI conversation and unpacks an article he recently penned on the topic. There may be another side to the story between Eskom and the people of of Soweto… a resident chimes in and challenges Phumi. Brought to you by Nando’s.
15.08.19 Pt 2 – What do Cardi B and Bernie Sanders have in common? More than you think actually. Phumi’s theory on Eskom’s electricity woes and Soweto residents is challenged. And, the inverted yield curve is discussed.
15.08.19 Part 1 – The team go down the nostalgia route and chat about some of their favourite television shows that made their early days. Do you have nudes of yourself floating around somewhere? Well Gareth thinks a day is coming when everyone’s steamy images will be on the internet. The NHI debate continues as we get an actual doctor’s opinion, and it’s not looking good…
For many of us, our schooling careers included going to university once completing high school. But, as online learning becomes one of the fastest growing industries, the modern world is quickly moving away from traditional universities. Many of these traditional universities are like Goliaths: not changing enough for the new world of work. Is there a future for traditional universities? Do we still need universities at all? And if so, how do they need to change to remain relevant? The Interchange is made possible by Absa and Tshimong.
The history of South Africa’s freedom fighters are well known. The stories of the remarkable women who played an important role in the struggle against apartheid however, sadly often remain untold. eNCA has finally given some of these incredible women a voice, and Gareth chats to the team behind it all – Michelle Craig (eNCA anchor), Mmanaledi Mataboge-Mashetla (Senior Researcher), and Helene Nieuwenhuis (Senior Producer for Special Projects).
14.08.19 Pt 2 – Is the SA woman crying during the Hong Kong protests annoying or justified? Imagine being a talented artist… but only in your sleep. Have you ever had a situation where you’ve had the urge to get intimate with someone in a public space? Well Germany may have found a solution. This year, eNCA has decided to pay tribute to some of the incredible women who have fought for the freedom we all share today – in a series of stories about struggle, perseverance and survival.
14.08.19 Pt 1 – The studio is buzzing as always… plus we have Damon Kalvari and his eccentric self in the house. He tells us about the not so great woman in his life – his mother. ‘Nice guys are losers’, but is that the case with our president Cyril Ramaphosa? And what’s the right thing to do when receiving an out of town wedding invitation?
Employing the right people is crucial for business success. In this week’s episode, Fred Roed talks to industrial relations and wellness experts about how to take care of your best asset while running your business. Get to know what fosters loyalty, attracts talent and how to create an inclusive culture. As you reach targets, it’s important not to lose focus of the people you employ. The discussion highlights mental wellbeing in the workplace and points out experts to guide you. The lesson? Be sure to make employee wellbeing part of your business goals for greater success.