Friends to the show, the team at Headway Gauteng, are spending their 67 minutes for #MandelaDay by giving back to real-life heroes – the men and women who selflessly work in the services industry. The team join Gareth to discuss how much work the likes of paramedics do, and why Headway Gauteng wants to continue shining a spotlight on the good work that is done through service.More Info
Olubunmi Kuku is a woman with a passion to raise leaders through community development. She fosters business investment and relationships in Nigeria and South Africa through her company, Arnion Global Consulting, and also assists expatriates and foreigners to settle into the republic. Olubunmi shares her view on the Identity of Nigerians as they are perceived by people of other nationalities and her opinions as to why Nigerians stand out everywhere they go.More Info
Palesa Mabuye and Simphiwe Mthethwa reminisce about their first day at school and look back at all the things that they got up to that made school memorable. They end the show in the most woke way by answering questions that allow you to get to know them a bit better.More Info
How can high school better prepare us for university and life? Ruby brings in an intellectual and charismatic panel of students to have an authentic conversation surrounding how adequately or inadequately high school prepares students for university and life. Suggestions as well as critique is given. All in all, these students plan to reflect on their experiences and enhance education and exposure for the following generations.More Info
Gontse Mazwi and two of her colleagues tackle the day to day problems they encounter in the property industry – over-capitalising, and what could go wrong when purchasing a property. They also go into detail about the image and lifestyle we portray… do we buy from one another because we all look rich?More Info
Palesa Mabuye and Simphiwe Mthethwa host their third show in the most woke way as they continue to ask the most hard-hitting relationship questions. This time around they tackle questions you should ask your boyfriend/girlfriend when you are in a committed relationship.
In their second episode, Palesa Mabuye and Simphiwe Mthethwa explore the kinds of questions one should ask a potential future boyfriend/girlfriend. They are also joined by special guest Lulu Ndabula, who tackles the spiritual side with questions you should ask a Christian man.More Info
An open letter to parents and families: How you can better support students. Ruby invites a team of students to delve into the topic of parental guidance and family support regarding students. She also addresses the trials and tribulations students go through when they aren’t adequately supported or advised. Criticism and positive suggestions are offered on how to improve the support parents and family give students.More Info