Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
We also heard Councillor Elizabeth Thompson - Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Roads and Major Projects. The City of Cape Town is offering free rides on the new MyCiTi inner-city bus loop to all Capetonians and visitors for the next three Fridays, starting this Friday. According to members of the Portfolio Committee for Transport, Roads and Major Projects this is an opportunity to showcase this world class service to many citizens of and visitors to the city. To catch the inner-city loop, go to the Civic Centre Station. For more information visit www.capetown.gov.za
Nigel Vermaas was here for the Arts Update.
We closed off the show with an interview with Professor Nomvula Mtetwa – Ezethu Pioneer. Ezethu is a theatre production which incorporates uplifting Xhosa ceremonial songs and dances. The production will be staged at Artscape Theatre from the 8th – 10th July. This production is part of Artscape’s Indigenous Arts Department which was established in 2007, aiming to develop, mentor and preserve South African indigenous customs through the arts at grassroots level. For more information check www.artscape.co.za and www.ezethu.com Ticket bookings contact Computicket on 083 915 8000 or Dial-A-Seat on (021) 421 7695. Ticket costs R100. Pensioners and concessions is R70.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
We also heard from Laura Baasch - Managing Director at the Voice recruitment. They are call centre recruitment specialists. Voice is a professional human resourcing consultancy that provides high levels of personalised care to candidates throughout the recruitment process. Laura spoke about how we can ensure that our CV’s makes an impression. It is said that your CV works for you 24 hours a day. It has ability to both open and close doors for you. It is worth spending time on it to do it properly. She told us how you can be that ideal candidate from the many they see. For more information on Voice recruitment or their posts you can email Laura to email@example.com
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
22 June - Human Rights - The Scalabrini Centre and over 40 NGO’s launches a joint campaign against xenophobia
We were also joined on the line by Ilchen Retief – Public Relations Manager from the Amy Biehl Foundation. We were talking about their holiday programmes. The Amy Biehl Foundation runs holiday programmes from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 2 pm to ensure the youth in the townships have positive, creative and fun activities during the long June school holidays. There is also a soccer tournament in the afternoons and two groups going on camps to Grabouw. Volunteers who would like to get involved with the Foundation during the holiday season can contact the Foundation via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact (021) 462 5052.
We closed off the show with an interview with Bulelani Futshane - LoveLife Provincial Manager. We were talking to him about their holiday programme that is currently being run for school kids. Their holiday programme is jacked up with activities and entertainment to keep them busy as the school holidays this year are longer. LoveLife is also currently bringing the soccer spirit to the kids, where they are having fan parks for the youth to watch the soccer matches on big screen TV’s. For more educational information about Lovelife visit www.lovelife.org.za or call them on (021) 695 0003.
Monday, June 21, 2010
In today's show we spoke to Dr Jacquelyn Schultz - a Registered Homeopath. We were talking about the Influenza or Flu. Before the winter is out, it is thought that one in four of us will have had flu or a similar virus. But how can we really tell we have the flu rather than a severe cold? And when is the best time to have a flu vaccine to make sure it is effective – and who should absolutely not go without a flu vaccine? It is reported that in South Africa we have a flu vaccine shortage. This means that vast numbers of our population do not have the benefit of the protection from a flu vaccine and will end up getting the flu. The influenza vaccine is hailed by medical experts the most effective way to reduce a person’s chance of contracting the 'flu. But, how effective is the vaccine really? Well Dr Schultz explained more about homeopathic medicines and their effectiveness. For more information visit www.fluinfo.co.za or www.who.int
We also heard from Naeema Williams - from Epilepsy South Africa. This dynamic organization provides developmental services nationally to promote equal opportunities for people with epilepsy and other disabilities. This week is the National Epilepsy Week. Epilepsy is a common condition affection about 50 million people worldwide. It is a neurological condition that causes people to experience seizures. Living with epilepsy may have its problems but with the right attitude they can be overcome, Naeema explained more on living a productive life with epilepsy. Tomorrow they are hosting an open day from 9AM and members of the public are invited to come. For more information about their activities visit www.epilepsy.org.za or contact (021) 703 9420.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Nigel Vermaas was also in today for the Arts update in and around the city.
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Friday, June 11, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
On Sakhisizwe today, we heard from Dr Audrey Verhaeghe – CEO of the Research Institute for Innovation and Sustainability and the Chairperson of the South African Innovation Network. The Institute recognise that our future impact, economic growth and overall sustainability will depend on how well we are able to develop our own innovative capabilities as well as harness the innovative opportunities that present itself in the organisations we work for. We were talking about whether South Africa is a ‘global innovation hub for 21st century’. For more information about the Research Institute for Innovation and Sustainability visit www.riis.co.za or the South African Innovation Network at www.saine.co.za to register your innovation visit www.ninesigma.com
Wednesday, June 09, 2010
In today’s show we heard from Jill Sawers – From Femafrica. We were talking about Femtech. FEMTECH is a six month programme that will provide business support services to women who wish to establish & grow their own technology enabled businesses. The women will learn how to determine whether their concept is feasible, and how to develop a plan to take their new product or service to market. They will be assisted by a business coach on their journey. For more information go to www.femafrica.com or send an email to email@example.com
We were also joined on the line by Ghayad Safodien – Support development officer at Positive Muslims. Positive Muslims will be hosting its annual youth Training of trainers camp on the 14th to the 18th of June and the 21st to the 25th of June. They are inviting young people aged between 15 and 18, who are active in the community and have leadership qualities. People who are passionate about making a difference and bringing about positive change in the community. Ghayad explained more. For registration and inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact (021) 761 2249. Closing date for applications is the 10th of June. Training is free of charge.
Friday, June 04, 2010
04 June - Arts, Culture & Environment - LMN Entertainment and the Artscape presents Speak the Mind Poetry Session and Reggae in the Theatre
We also heard from Nigel Vermaas for this week's Arts update in and around the city.