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.
Brent and Kerri speak to Andy Hadfield from Forgood, an online platform that connects people who want to make a difference to the causes that need their help. They also catch up with the Sympathy SleepOut and chat to Jason English, CEO of Prommac.
Brent and Kerri interview the guys behind ‘No Danger Diaries’ who join the show from Cape Town to talk about the Madiba Jive – an annual event they host globally for Mandela Day. Helen from Inscape also joins to chat about the amazing work they are doing… plus the usual catch-up with the CEO Sympathy SleepOut.
Brent and Kerri interview an incredible South African who gives walking art tours of Johannesburg. They also catch up with the CEO Sympathy SleepOut for an update to see who’s signed up already – plus this week they’re joined by beneficiary partner, the Steve Biko Foundation. And look out for blanket collections in the cold weather!
Brent and Kerri speak to Tracey from Dogtown SA – a pro-life animal rehabilitation centre, specialising in so-called “problem” dogs. They also catch up with the CEO Sympathy SleepOut and chat to Charles Luyckx, CEO of Elliot Mobility. The show ends off with an awesome idea to make a difference by changing just one thing… this week it’s all about Youth Day.
Brent and Kerri interview Penguin-published author and international speaker, Chris Page, who has launched a tribute to Nelson Mandela photo competition – that ends on Mandela Day, 18 July – with Zelda La Grange and Derek Watts as principal judges. They also speak to Joy Ruwodo, Marketing Manager of HospiceWits… plus the usual catch-up with the CEO Sympathy SleepOut.
Brent and Kerri chat to some of the incredible athletes who ran from Cape Town to Johannesburg to raise awareness around spinal cord injuries… plus Kelly McGillivray from ‘Night of 1000 Drawings’ pops in to talk about her amazing annual event that uses art to raise money and awareness. There’s also a catch up with the CEO Sympathy Sleepout to see who’s signed up already.
Roxy and Cadi from the Red Cross Foundation, and Cheryl who’s raising funds for South Africa’s homeless women and children pop in to chat. There’s also a catch-up with the CEO Sympathy Sleepout to see who’s signed up… plus more about blanket collections!
Brent Lindeque and Kerri Stein report on all the news that really matters while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. Adam Cracker, CEO of IQ Business, pops in to chat about the CEO Sleepout, and more specifically the Sympathy Sleepout – plus Duncan from the Rhino Run in the UK will be chatting about their international campaign which involves running through the underground tubes to raise funds, awareness and ultimately save the rhinos.