RHINOS TO BE MOVED TO BOTSWANA IN AN ANTI POACHING DRIVE10/22/14
JCW has a conversation with Dereck and Beverly Joubert of Great Plains Conservation about their initiative to raise funds for the relocation of rhino from South Africa to Botswana, in response to the poaching dilemma South Africa is facing.
'Don't Film Yourself Having Sex'
JCW speaks to social media lawyer and author of 'Don't Film Yourself Having Sex' about the appropriate use of social media.
The Nobel Peace Prize
JCW has a conversation with the Nobel Peace Prize Myseum curator, Olof Somell and the Nobel Prize winners will be announced this week. Somell gives us more insight on Alfred Nobel and the Prize and those who have won and even those who have decline to...
Barry Bateman and Mandy Weiner
JCW has a conversation with the authors of the book: Behind the door: The Oscar and Reeva Story ; Mandy Weiner and Barry Bateman about their facts around the murder case and their experience covering this story for EWN.
NKANDLA: A PLACE REVERENCE AND FEAR
Business Day’s supplement lifestyle magazine does a moving piece on Nkandla; it’s history, it’s forest and mystic reputation. JCW speaks to the author of the piece, Sthembiso Msomi and Wanted Magazine’s editor Alex Parker.
The Gauteng Water Crisis
JCW speaks to Paul Fairall, member of The Wetland Society Of SA about the current water crisis in Gauteng. The question JCW asks is what is at the source of this problem.
Dr Phopi Ramathuba : 1 Military Hospital facing collapse
JCW speaks to Dr Phopi Ramathuba, SA Medical Association President about the recent reports of the collapse of 1 Military hospital.
The Oscar ruling
JCW speaks to Kelly Phelps, UCT Senior Lecturer, at the Department Of Public Law about Judge Masipa’s ruling on the Oscar trial. This after The Times Newspaper published an article stating that Judge Masipa’s ruling is actually correct, after all the...
JCW has a conversation with Nikki Bush and Arthur Goldstuck , about tech-savvy parenting. Their book : Tech-Savvy parenting has just been released and is available at all good stores, and retails for R220.
JCW has a conversation with Andy Green, former Royal Air Force fighter pilot and the current holder of the World Land Speed Record about the upcoming Bloodhound race in the coming year.
JCW has a conversation with Jos Kuper, researcher at Kuper Research about the revolving door of the first generation middle class of in South Africa. Her article was published in The City Press on 28 June 2014.
Zelda La Grange on her book Good Morning Mr. Mandela
JCW has a conversation with Ms. La Grange about the launch of her book Good Morning Mr. Mandela; and her relationship with the late much loved statesman.
JCW has a conversation with Jonathan Kaplan; the world’s most capped test referee; on his new book: Call It Like It Is, The Jonathan Kaplan Story by Mike Berh .
The true meaning of words
JCW has a conversation with Kristen Carte, positive psychology coach about the power of words, and the true meaning of words.
– Children learning to computer code
JCW has a conversation with Stafford Masie, ITC expert on teaching children computer coding.
Solitude: Dr Janne Dannerup
JCW had a conversation about solitude and getting clarity on the difference between solitude and loneness and how it can benefit us with psychologist Dr Janne Dannerup.
Fundraiser for WW1 veterans
JCW initiated a fundraising campaign on air for Alex Reith for his Normandy Tour. Lots of generous listeners pitched in to assist.
TV Guide With Jared Orlin
Jenny chats to Jared Orlin, Deputy Editor Of TV Plus Magazine, about the latest news in the world of television.
The Big Bang’s Echoes – Prof David Block Block
JCW had a conversation with Prof David Block, Head of The Cosmic Dust Lab at Wits about the discovery of The Big Bang Echoes recently announced by scientists.
Open Line - Young Girls and Make Up
JCW had an open line conversation about dressing children up like adults. Many listeners felt that parents were letting their kids down by allowing them wear make up at an early age, while other parents thought that make up for young kids was okay as...
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