‘Behind every successful man is a great woman’ is today’s show theme as Brent profiles women who are doing wonderful things in their lives and communities. A firefighter who runs a charity, has climbed the 9 Peaks and is also ambassador to Meals on Wheels tells us about her journey. And the band The Sextons […]
Brent interviews Matt Raven from the Photo and Film Expo, and we discover the Tazer Project and the Ubuntu Help Portrait. Then something we hear all too often is to think out of the box, but isn’t it always easier said than done? We also get our Budget Insurance Tip of the Week, it may […]
Brought to you by Budget Insurance. Today’s show is all about “Active Volunteerism” with co-host Chris Verrijdt. They’re joined by guest Chef Jacques from Green Peppercorn discussing how they choose to give back; profiling a charity called Cape Town Angels and a live in-studio performance by The Motherland.
Brought to you by Budget Insurance. Brent Spilkin – aka Spillly – is guest co-hosting with Brent Lindeque. Kgothatso Liphuko, CSI Representative from Gijima, and Shanda Paine Group, CSI Manager for Tsogo Sun, join them in studio to tell us about all the good stuff their companies are doing. Tanya Bennetts is also in studio […]
Brent Lindeque and guest co-host Jodene Shaer talk about her blog Project Me, The People Development Company, lifeology and a ‘chat factory’ specializing in online engagement. They interview Robby Kojetin – the bucket list guy. The charity highlight of the week is The Society for Child & Family Welfare as well as The Smile foundation.
Brent Lindeque and guest co-host Jason Greer are joined by Sharyn O’Neill who founded and runs Ependy Angels, a non-profit organisation that organises and hosts various charity events aimed at raising funds for children with brain and spinal tumors called Ependymoma.
Brent and guest host Nicki Abbot speak to Sane and Irene of the Dark Rose Foundation about their long walk to Qunu for charity. And Theresa Tigere joins them to talk about Humana SA.
Brent Lindeque has broadcast journalist and founder of the 100 Cups campaign, Tshidi Madia, in studio and they talk about all the good stuff she’s doing for her community.