Love is in the air and everybody is getting all touchy and feely because Valentine’s Day is around the corner – but where do you draw the line at work, and how do you survive the dreaded date rape scenarios?
It’s the first money show of the year and Phumi is talking about the hot stocks to buy right now. How to get your money to work for you in 2017 is the focus. Michelle Dave is in studio and Financial Mail’s editor, Rob Rose, talks us through his top picks.
It’s the first day back at school and the traffic jolted Phumi back into the discussion about whether traditional school is still the best option. Two parents who know how the alternative has worked for their kids share their experiences.
Do you want to take the jump and make your own business grow? Does it work? Tepsii did it and retired her husband within 18 months, and she is in studio talking business, being a working mom, and all about being a Venda-American.
Because it’s the beginning of the year, because it’s the right thing to do and to prepare for the year ahead – Phumi goes through the zodiac predictions from AstrologyZone… and Gogo Dineo Ndhlazi comes into studio to spell out the spiritual meaning of the year ahead.
Now that the festive season and school holidays are here, Phumi looks at what to do in with the kids in Jozi and Cape Town. Reduce your holiday stress with these tips!
Music makes the world a better place so what better way to say goodbye to the awful 2016 than some soothing classical sounds from the SA National Youth Orchestra? The managing director of SANYO, Sophia Weltz, is in studio to chat about their last orchestra course for the year and the absolutely inspired fusion of classical music with the eclectic South African sound of Bombshelter Beast.
It’s 32 days before Christmas and the joy of giving can dent one’s wallet badly. Michelle Dave usually advises us on what to do with our money for the best returns, but today she is advising us on what NOT to do with our money this festive season.
Are you always tired and just can’t get enough rest? You might have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or ME. It’s a real thing and in studio is the founder of ME CFM Foundation, Retha Viviers, to teach us about this often misdiagnosed and rarely known disease.