Talk at Nine
Department of Basic Education in the spotlight08/26/14
Aubrey invited Elijah Mhlanga of the Department of Basic Education to get a sense of the work that is being done in the department as far as serving the South African population’s needs.
Aubrey invited Ross Caputi, a veteran of the 2nd siege of Fallujah to speak about his life after his experience in Fallujah, the people who live there, and the human consequences of US foreign policy in the city.
Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s in the Spotlight
Aubrey called on Karin Willemse – National Director at Parkinson’s & Related Movement Disorders Association of South Africa and Bernadette Lawrence – National Director at Alzheimer’s SA to unpack the progressive movement disorders that are Alzheimer’s...
Department of Justice in the spotlight
Aubrey called on Justice Department spokesman Advocate Mthunzi Mhaga to help the listener get a better understanding of what the department’s role is, how the listener can better engage with the department and the various pain points that the listener...
SA Democracy - truancy vs a working democracy
Aubrey invited Professor Nieftagodien: Chair of the History Workshop at WITS coupled with Ebrahim Fakir who is the Manager of Governance Institutions and Processes at the Electoral Institute for the Sustainability of Democracy in Africa to unpack the...
The truth about language : Phonics, Phonetics and Etymology
Aubrey called on rebel linguist Nick Milaras and Barbara Walsh who is the Executive Coach and Facilitator at Metaco to unpack the truth about language, phonics, phonetics and etymology
African Growth and Opportunity Act
Aubrey called on Dr Martyn Davies, the CEO of Frontier Advisory and Koffi Kouakou who is a senior lecturer at Wits University to help navigate the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) fresh off the US-Africa Leaders Summit held in Washington
Inside the South African National Blood Service
Aubrey invited the Communications Manager Vanessa Raju from the South African National Blood Service to unpack the various myths and truths where blood donation is concerned. Vanessa bought to the fore the difficulties they face in the winter months...
The ABC of home owning and renting it out to people
Aubrey spoke to Jimmy Baloyi; Executive Manager; Enforcement & Compliance at the Estate Agency Affairs Board to get an ABC guide into home ownership and the pain/ pleasure points that come with it… especially when you decide to rent it out.
The African Agenda – China in Africa
Aubrey spoke to Martyn Davis; CEO of Frontier Advisory and Dr Ross Anthony; research fellow and acting director of the Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University to unpack the legitimacy of Chinese activity in Africa.
Gushwell invited twice Nobel Peace Prize-nominated intellectual, author, speaker and policy advisor Leon Louw of Free Market Foundation to unpack the socio-psychological aspects and various truths, twaddle and ethics of inequality.
Monthly astrology feature with Zinzi Faba
Phemelo spoke to Zinzi Faba an astrologist about the different energies specifically looking at Venus energy’s for the month.
Glynnis Bretenbach on her life and career
Phemelo spoke to Glynnis Breytenbach on what's happening at the NPA and her move into politics.
Poverty-stricken whites making a living as car park guards
Aubrey spoke to Gemma Spickernell who is concluding a study around white car guards in South Africa for her thesis in psychological research at the University of Stellenbosch and Benita Moolman who is a Research Specialist at the Human Science...
Home Affairs in the spotlight
Aubrey spoke to Mkuseli Aplieni - Director General at Home Affairs about the new developments and gripes at Home Affairs.
EFF and ANC talk Parliament decorum
Aubrey spoke to ANC spokesperson in Parliament Moloto Mothapo and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi spokesperson for the Economic Freedom Fighters about Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema’s dramatic Parliamentary walkout after being ejected from the House...
- South Africans Doing Great Things - Ludwick Marishane
In the South Africans Doing Great Things slot Aubrey spoke to Ludwick Marishane, the founder and Chief of Headboy Industries about his ground breaking invention - ‘Dry Bath’ the word's first water-less bath gel, a bath-substituting lotion that has the...
State of the Nation Unpacked
Aubrey spoke to social entrepreneur, academic, activist and economic commentator, Lebohang Pheko, researcher and economist Xhanti Payi and David Charles Friar – Senior Lecturer; Economics and Economics History at Rhodes University about their take on...
1976 meets current day young South Africa
Aubrey spoke to Phala Modise, a survivor of the 1976 June 16 student revolt and Penelope Makgati intern at the presidency to uncover the youth’s role in active citizenry juxtaposing 1976 to current day South Africa.
To BEE or not to BEE
Aubrey spoke to Sandile Zungu; General Secretary of Black Business Council, Reg Rumney ; Director Centre for Economics Journalism in Africa at Rhodes University and Prof. Shadrack Gutto Director for the Centre for African Renaissance Studies at the...
- Johannesburg, South Africa