Talk at Nine
Education in Gauteng12/18/14
Aubrey invited MEC of Education in Gauteng Mr Panyaza Lesufi to help the listener understand their role in the communities they serve as well as opening up the lid on issues that around basic education. These ranged from the quality of educator, the...
Aubrey invited author and journalist Jeff Mackler to help us navigate the alleged torture tactics that exist within the CIA’s fold
African Agenda – Democracy unpacked in SADC
Joy Mabenge who is Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition Regional Coordinator as well as Glen Mpani of the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa joined Aubrey in his quest to unpack the legacies of freedom versus the responsibilities of democratic living...
At the Confluence with Mavis Shoni Museisi
Aubrey invited author Mavis Shoni Museisi who is an Economist by profession to talk about her journey in how she started to open up spiritually from dreams to out of body experiences which includes spiritual and a physical relationship with Jesus.
Umalusi in the Spotlight
Aubrey spoke to the CEO of Umalusi Dr Mafu Rakometsi to get a granular understanding of the role of exams, vocational vs academic tracks as well as strengthening South Africa’s curriculum and exams for English as a first additional language
South Africans Doing Great Things - Toby Shapshak
Aubrey spent the hour with the editor and publisher of Stuff magazine, CNBC Africa TV show host and columnist for “The Financial Mail”, Toby Shapshak to get his views on what it means to be a great South African
Africa according to Dr Richie Achukwu
Aubrey invited Dr. Richie Achukwu who is an empowerment /possibility coach to hear about his take on the opportunities that exist within the African continent. This conversation was interwoven by callers who were eager to bring up issues that were...
African Agenda – Migration
Aubrey spent the hour with Dr Vusumuzi Sibanda who is Group CEO at Mavusela Group and Aline Mugisho who is the Deputy Chairperson of the Local Organising Committee for the World Social Forum on Migrations to get news about the World Social Forum on...
Aubrey spent the hour with David Wolpert who is the CEO of the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters of South Africa to get a deeper sense of a phenomenon called brining. This is a phenomenon that sees chicken producers selling water...
Disability in the Spotlight
Aubrey got to spend the hour with the Deputy Minister of Social Development Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu as they got to navigate the Inaugural Disability Rights Parliament that is meant to start on 3 December 2014 as well as some reflection on issues that...
Sophiatown and police service delivery
Aubrey got to spend the hour with Catherine Moat who is Head of the Crime, Policing and Criminal Justice Programme at the Wits School of Governance to unearth findings of research that saw a team of journalists and researchers go into Sophiatown for...
Up Close with Barry Hilton
Aubrey brought on Barry Hilton who came on to brag about his 30 years in comedy, his future plans as well as his brand new, show called “The Way I See It” which is coming our way on the 19th and 20th of December at the Lyric Theatre here in...
South Africans Doing Great Things - Gil Oved & Ran Neu-Ner
As part of the “South Africans Doing Great Things” feature Aubrey got to spend the hour with Gil Oved & Ran Neu-Ner who run “The Creative Council” a group of companies that turns over nearly R600 million annually about their journey that saw the...
Growing African business leaders according to Sir David Bel
Aubrey shared a little introspection with Sir David Bell who is the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Reading in the United Kingdom on growing the future generation of African business leaders
Kabbalah in the Spotlight
Aubrey got to spend an hour with David Zakin who is a Kabbalah teacher at the Kabbalah Centre in South Africa who shared with Aubrey and the listener what he has learnt about the tools of success equipped by this ancient paradigm for living called...
Mashonisa’s and Select Committee on Trade and International Relations
Aubrey got to spend the hour with the Chair of the Select Committee on Trade and International Relations Mr Eddie Makue to get his views on tightening the grip on loan sharks especially where the most destitute in society are concerned.
Mbete under fire from Maimane
Aubrey got to understand the DA’s stance with regards to the happenings of Parliament through the eyes of Mmusi Maimane, this on the back of a statement issued by the DA’s that alludes to them no longer recognizing Baleka Mbete as speaker
Bankole Omotoso On Africa
Aubrey invited Nigerian writer, intellectual and "Yebo Gogo man" Bankole Omotoso to help unpack radical nationalism, the human condition, and themes that include intergenerational and interracial Africa as brought about through literature on the...
In the third hour Vanessa Mogorosi who is a registered Consciousness Coach popped in to help us unpack the ultimate coaching methodology, which facilitates insights, clarity and direction especially as we get ready to wind up the year.
Occupational Therapy unpacked
Aubrey invited Lesego Mashishi of Limitless Occupational Therapy to speak about physical and mental illness and its impact on productivity in South Africa
- Johannesburg, South Africa