Brent and Kerri chat to Virginia Van Der Linde – D-Luminance Foundation is pioneered by a young vibrant lady Diane Prince, founder and CEO – a motor vehicle accident survivor who embraces her story ‘Tragedy to Triumph’ in the hope to heal and help other survivors to find their voice. They also speak to Desre Bairiki, Nelson Mandela’s stylist who has a remarkable story of meeting Mandela and their particularly intimate relationship of so many years.
Brent and Kerri chat to Jeremy Maartens from VWE Track Academy, a company that is on a mission to get two underprivileged youngsters to the Junior World Track Cycling Championships in 2017, and in the process they will become the first black South African cyclists to be selected for a SA team to go to the world champs. They also speak to Marc Coetzee from Generosity Water, a company that gives water to the needy for every bottle that you buy. And Michael Stevens joins the show all the way from the Rio Paralympics… he’s from Jumping Kids, which helps kids like 14-year-old silver medallist Ntando Mahlangu.
Brent and Kerri chat to Natasha Alomia, creator of Pierre Jourdan Pops, a South African business taking the world by storm. They also speak to Nkosinathi Msiza from the Nedbank Skills Transfer Initiative in townships about the amazing work they’re doing – plus they call Riaan and Vasti Manser to find out about their record-breaking trip to Hawaii.
Brent and Kerri kick off the show with their regular catch up – reporting on all the news that really matters, while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. They also chat to Palesa Mofokeng from the Queen Butterfly Foundation about the amazing work she does, and Kerrin Black about her various charity concepts.
Brent and Kerri report on all the news that really matters while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. Then they chat to a bunch of Mr South Africa contestants who have been doing 30 days of RAKS, and they speak to Leon Bezuidenhout, who is training teachers in townships in the art of dancing.
Brent and Kerri speak to a bunch of Mr South Africa contestants who have been doing 30 days of RAKS. They also get all the action of what happened on the night of the CEO Sympathy SleepOut™ and catch-up with the Huddle Up girls!
Brent and Kerri report on all the news that really matters, while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. They speak to Charmaine Rocha from Woodcock Animal Rescue, Jaco and Loraine from The Character Company… and they call Riaan and Vasti Manser to chat about their trip to Hawaii – they’re kayaking the whole way there from California! Plus the usual Sympathy SleepOut™ catch-up.
Brent and Kerri report on all the news that really matters, while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. They chat to the Reach for a Dream team about their Slipper Day and the Kellogg’s breakfast campaign. Plus the usual Sympathy SleepOut™ catch-up.
The team interviews Colin McKenzie from the Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Trust. Sharon O’Neill pops in to launch her new app, in aid of her charity Ependy Angels. The game was built for her 6-year-old cancer survivor Layla. Plus the usual Sympathy SleepOut™ catch-up.
Brent and Kerri interview the guys from Monark, who are doing amazing things in the SA music scene. Eugene Beck from Roadcover pops in to chat about his many successful companies and ‘The Worst Guys’ drop by to talk about the CliffCentral Blanket Drive… plus a Sympathy SleepOut™ catch-up.