Pt 2 - "Just yesterday someone left a two-week-old baby at my doorstep." These are the words of Cynthia Nomsa Dinalane, who opened up her own home to young children and abused women. She currently houses, feeds, educates and provides healthcare for close to 50 women and children within the Thembisa and Kempton Park area at Tshegofatsa Rona Welfare. She tells us more about her. daily work, and the hardships of running such an organisation with no funding or help from anyone.

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Pt 1 - Anxiety is a normal emotion. It’s your brain’s way of reacting to stress and alerting you of potential danger ahead. Have you ever suffered from social anxiety disorder, or do you suspect that you have? This episode will shed some light on the condition, and help you get the help that you might need.

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A few months ago we met the Shout-It-Now organisation, and they told us all about a new app they are developing. This week, Lean Hamandishe gives us an update on the work that has happened since at Shout-It-Now. The free data app has been launched, and over 10,000 South African girls in remote areas now have access to HIV/AIDS related healthcare services - free of charge!

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A lot of people don't think about rape, until it happens to them or someone close to them. Living in SA, rape happens daily, all around us - and we can't turn a blind eye to this reality. This may be triggering, but the truth is that rape in itself is a pandemic! So what can you do to help a rape victim once you have gone to the police? Who else can you turn to for assistance? Find out here!

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Pt 2 - Ithemba Recovery Foundation aims to provide help to those in need and is involved in different community initiatives - from substance abuse awareness programmes, to skills development programmes and feeding schemes. Meet Ithemba Recovery Foundation founder Mpho Mashele, who is an entrepreneur at heart, who also believes in helping the boy child.

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Pt 1 - How do you know if you are living a life of purpose? What if you are feeling a little unfulfilled? Fulfilment is an inside job, we create the feeling of being filled with - and then outward activity becomes a reflection of that inner experience. Finding your purpose is an ongoing journey, and after listening to this, you should feel encouraged to keep seeking your purpose!

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Pt 2 - Are you consciously connected? Have you ever given this some thought? Meet the Director of Consciously Connected SA, Mandy Herold. Mandy has been the Headmistress at The Ridge School - a leading independent boys’ school in Johannesburg - for over a decade, and is extremely passionate about young children and how they react to their emotions. A must listen for all parents and non parents.

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Pt 1 - It's common knowledge that combining friendship and business rarely works, so why do so many people keep making the same mistake? It is extremely tempting to want to work with a friend, but it's unlikely to work for everyone - especially if you can't separate business from personal. Lebang Kgosana shares some tips on how to manage a friendship within the working environment!

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Pt 1 - Before anyone can say "I do" at the altar, there is much that needs to happen! The main reason for which lobola is practised hinges on building relationships between the families of the prospective bride and groom - since marriage is beyond a union between two individuals. These days however, the lobola practice has changed and some couples are "opting out" of the process. Want to learn more? You are in the right place!

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Pt 2 - Meet Reitumetse Molapo. This young woman took matters into her own hands and now teaches the skills of tapestry and rug making to people in her community and beyond. To date, she has empowered over 3500 people, and plans to touch the lives of many more!

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