Phumi Mashigo is talking about life in studio with a slam poet, Thabile Jaku (@jaku_thabile), a feminist writer, Maneo Mohale (@ManeoMohale) and a female mining engineer Refentse Molehe (@fensiface). It’s the intergenerational conversation you want to be a part of – the views of the young woman in SA.
Everybody is talking about hair this week, so we are talking… and since the Afros and the dreadlocks and the cornrows are clearly here to stay, Phumi invites a hair loss expert, Hlengi Hans Ngidi into studio to chat about how to treat those luscious locks and save your hairline.
Michelle Dave is here for your end of the month money advice. Learn more about savings – and not just in a traditional sense, and using add-ons to make your life easier.
Up to 4 in 10 women suffer from fibroids around the world, and black women are up to 3 times more prone to getting them. What are your options – removing your womb? Well not anymore! Dr Gary Sudwarts has come straight from theatre to spend an hour with Phumi, talking about his treatment option and what symptoms you should be looking out for so you don’t suffer unnecessarily.
She is the fresh new feisty voice in South Africa’s publishing world. She is the power behind some of this year’s ultimate Twitter shade about black stories, writers and women in the largely male-dominated arena of getting the nation reading. Thabiso Mahlape is the voice, the face, the power and the brain powering Blackbird Publishing – an imprint of Jacana Books.
Setting your perfect wedding is important, but choosing the right regime for your marriage is more important. In community of property, antenuptial with or without accruals, or even the post-nuptial agreements is the order of the day with Michelle Dave talking about guarding your money – and your heart. Estate planning and legal advisor Claudette Moses joins the discussion.
Celebrating women is what we do, and when the Business Women’s Association tells us that they’re having a gala dinner to celebrate the top businesswomen in Gauteng, we had to chat with them. Keynote speaker of the day and illusive businesswoman Ipeleng Mkhari talks about transcending the hustle and building a big business.
It’s Drug Awareness Week, hot on the heels of the most shocking revelation of a high-profile South African killed by her drug addicted son. Nicole is the addiction councillor at Phoenix House – Johannesburg’s oldest privately operated rehabilitation centre. Phumi and Nicole talk addictions and how loved ones can help or hinder recovery.
What are the things to ask about when you buy a new or used car and what must you stay far away from? Phumi talks money and cars with Michelle Dave and they are joined by the group finance and insurance executive of Bidvest McCarthy, Jane Stirling.
Reflecting images of awesome blackness to little children starts with the dolls that they play with and Malaville’s Mala Bryan, creator of black fashion dolls chats about designing and making her dreams in the form of dolls. Then Phumi chats to Nalibali spokesperson, Lucky Sithole, about reading and celebrating multilingualism. It’s the perfect pre Youth Day show!