Talk at Nine
The monarch and the democracy04/25/15
Aubrey spoke to Thau-Thau Hanamaruba who is a cultural expert affiliated with the Kara Heritage Institute as well as the Rastafari United Front who contextualised the role of a monarch within contemporary South African society with the background of...
Our relationship with debt
Aubrey spoke to Deborah James who is Professor of Anthropology at the London School of Economics who revealed the varied ways in which middle- and working-class South Africans' access to credit is intimately bound up with identity, status-making, and...
Ben Okri on Identity
Aubrey spoke to Nigerian poet and novelist Ben Okri and got his views on the African continent and its various identity crises.
South Africans Doing Great Things – Stoan Seate
In the South Africans Doing Great Things slot Aubrey spoke to Stoan Seate who told us about his part in a cycle campaign themed “Ikgate Motlhala” in aid of raising funds for school children and early development centres in and around the province of...
Cause Marketing and the Loeries.
Aubrey spoke to Loeries CEO Andrew Human who gave us insights into the business case for sustainable marketing and innovative customer engagement where a brand's social purpose has become more important to consumers and the communities in which it...
Hair loss in focus
Aubrey spoke to Raphael Tomé who is owner of Nisim South Africa to hear about his solution for hair loss that he has shared with doctors, hair salons and stylist for over a decade. Raphael Tome has trained three of the four ecologists in South Africa...
Aubrey invited Dr Abu Bako who spoke to 702land about his prophecies of Africa. Dr Bako is well-known for warning Nigeria about Muslim extremism and the rise of the Nigerian economy way back in the 80’s.
Lean Startup Machine Johannesburg 2015
Aubrey Masango spoke to Tefo Mohapi and Craig Wing, the organizer of and mentor at Lean Startup Machine Johannesburg, respectively, about how to start and build a profitable business in three days
SGB Elections in Gauteng
Gauteng MEC of Education Panyaza Lesufi spoke to Aubrey Masango about why it is important for parents to participate in the elections of School Governing Bodies (SGB), which will end on the 28th of March 2015.
Human Rights and Social Health
Aubrey invited Bradley R. Daniels who is Clinical Psychologist to unpack the psychology of human rights and how it affects societies mental wellbeing on the cusp of Human Rights day 2015
Romantic relationships and technology
Aubrey spoke to Catriona Boffard who is Durex Key Opinion Leader and Sexologist to further understand Durex’s study on romantic relationships and the impact of the advent of technology has played in displacing couples
Aubrey invited Gareth Powell who is National Marketing Coordinator at USN to let us in on good kinds of calories as well as those that are bad and how people can navigate through the trappings of dieting.
The Special Olympics
Aubrey invited Igna Steyn who is the CEO of the Special Olympics with regards to Team South Africa’s readiness to go head to head with the world’s best come the 25th of July at the global Special Olympics
The power of Networking
Aubrey spoke to Amos Kova who is the founder of the South African Professional Networking Association as well as Andile Keta who is the co-founder and partner at Kleoss Capital - a South African private equity firm targeting South African businesses...
Bicycles in the City
Aubrey invited Lisa Stefel who is Executive Director for Transport in the City of Johannesburg to hear about what the city is doing in rolling out of cycle lanes and promoting cycling in the city in line with worldwide trends
Hearing Awareness Month
Aubrey invited Kelly Nathan who is President at the South African Association of Audiologists to speak to us about ‘Hearing Awareness Month’ which kicked off in March.
Seven Greatest Powers - Dr John Demartini
Aubrey invited one of the world's most leading authorities on human behavior and personal development, Dr John Demartini as he unpacked accessing the seven greatest powers to 702Land.
School Uniforms and the Competition Commission
Aubrey was joined by Thembinkosi Bonakele who is the Competition Commissioner of South Africa to help us unpack the protection of consumer choice in so far as certain schools favouring exclusive agreements with certain suppliers in so far as schools...
Department of Arts and Culture and the Design Indaba
Aubrey invited Monica Newton who is the Deputy Director General of Department of Arts and Culture to speak on the Department’s mandate, milestones as well as the recent Design Indaba that took place in Cape Town last week.
Transformation in Universities
Aubrey invited Prof Phakeng who is Vice Principal: Research and Innovation at Unisa and Dr Boyce Watkins from Syracuse University in the United States of America to hear about transformation in Higher Education on an international scale
- Johannesburg, South Africa