From Growing Champs, Sam Toweel-Moore joins the Good Stuff team, who also give us some April Fools pranks ideas and the top 5 good stuff of the week. Then The Motherland debut their latest single and discuss their album launch.
Together with co-host Kevin Taylor, Brent chats to the creator of “Bring Your Own Brick’ in Cape Town. This initiative aims to rebuild the homes ravaged by the Cape Town blaze which left the province and the country in shock only a few weeks ago.
The Kitty and Puppy Haven Team join Brent and co-host Nikki Abbott to discuss how the community came to their rescue over the weekend, after all of their office equipment was stolen. Then they speak with the creator of a crowd funding campaign called Zlops, which makes flip flops to save animals.
Bucket Lists. How far along are you with yours? Together with co-host Robby Kojetin, Brent takes stock of New Year’s resolutions. Then, Pieter Malherbe, managing director of TEVA, the leading energy-efficient window and door manufacturer, discusses the elusive “Green-Economy” and gives tips on how to make your business a little greener.
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 […]
From solar-balloons that can power entire hospitals to massive gardens built underground for sustainability, we put the spotlight on inventions that are changing our world for the better, specifically focussing on the people behind this innovative thinking.
In true “Good Stuff” fashion, Brent and co-host Nikki Abbott focus on ‘The Good State of the Nation’ (and yes, there are positives)! Then from The Sunflower Fund’s Everest Challenge, we hear from Ray and Shelby who undertook this mammoth climb.
#RAK15 is alive & kicking, Brent and co-host Pieter Geyser, discuss this simple concept that is changing the world one small act at a time. Then they put the spotlight on The Cancer Association of South Africa.
Together with co-host Andrew Ross, Brent discusses #RAK15 (Random Acts of Kindness). Soccer player and model Ryan Botha pops by and they nominate him. Then Andy Hadfield, CEO of social impact startup – Forgood pops in and tells us all about their projects.
Brent and guest co-host Nikki Abbott focus on celebrities who are doing good things. Then editor of Tyler Magazine, Kevin Taylor pops in to discuss what good deeds he has been performing lately.