Pumla Dineo Gqola is an associate professor of literary, media and gender studies at the School of Literature and Language Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. She is also an activist and author of ‘What is Slavery to Me?: Postcolonial/slave Memory in Post-apartheid South Africa’, ‘A Renegade Called Simphiwe’, ‘Rape: A South African Nightmare’ and ‘Reflecting Rogue: Inside the Mind of a Feminist’.

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This week Rosie talks to Dr Frank Aswani about African global excellence. Preparing Africans for a world class Africa.

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Lesego Clementine Phale is a speech therapist and audiologist. She is also the founder of Hear Tronix SA.

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Cotlands is a non-profit early childhood development organisation addressing the education and social crisis, by establishing early learning playgroups and toy libraries in under-resourced communities to serve vulnerable children aged birth to six.

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Curve Loving: An optimistic, unrestricted online magazine that inspires healthy living and self-confidence… no matter what your weight, shape and size.

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Rosie re-connects with Patrice Juah from Liberia as they chat about her work since her last interview. They highlight her new book titled ‘Sexy Like a Book: Enchanting Voices’. The importance of educating girls and enhancing the fact that education and asserting yourself is sexy and important.

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