Talk at Nine
The hamstrung NPO Sector06/02/15
Aubrey spoke to the CEO of the Southern African Institute for Business Accountants (SAIBA) Nicolaas van Wyk to hear about why he believes the red tape around audits will cripple the NPO sector.
Aubrey invited the CEO of The South African Society of Anaesthesiologists (SASA) Natalie Zimmelman to hear about the pricing model in the healthcare world especially where Anaesthesiologists are concerned.
SADTU’s stance on bullying
Aubrey invited Founder and Director of Drama for Life at the University of the Witwatersrand Warren Nebe as well as SATDU Spokesperson and ýmedia officer Nomusa Cembi who took to unpack the South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu)’s endorsement...
New Regulations at the Credit Ombuds
Aubrey spent time with Deputy Credit Ombud at the Credit Ombud Group Reana Steyn who took us through the recent amendments to the National Credit Act, 2005 which came into force on the 13th of March 2015; this credit amendment is being heralded as a...
National Sanitation Indaba
Aubrey invited Chief Executive of the Water Research Commission Deshigan Naidoo who told 702land about issues being discussed at the National Sanitation Indaba that is currently being held at the iNkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre...
International Relations in the spotlight
Aubrey spent time with Chair of the International Relations Portfolio Committee Siphosezwe Masango who told Aubrey about some of the plights that they face on a daily where International Relations are concerned. Siphosezwe was also vocal about why his...
SAA bailouts under fire
Aubrey spoke to the Free Market Foundation Executive Director Leon Louw with regards to their bid to institute legal action along with airline Comair which is opposing government’s bailouts of SAA.
The Craft Imbizo
Aubrey spoke to the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture Rejoice Mabudafhasi as she told us of the Craft Imbizo that she and her division are planning for Tuesday, 5 May 2015, at the Johannesburg City Hall.
Democracy seen through the eyes of Matthews Phosa.
Aubrey was joined by ANC Stalwart Matthews Phosa who engaged on the state of the South African Democracy as it turns 21 years of age.
The monarch and the democracy
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
- Johannesburg, South Africa