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Guests Wendy Knowler | Consumer journalist Debbi Rozowsky | Scammed by managed to get her money back Mike Bolhuis | A Pretoria-based specialist investigator of serious violent and economic crimes. His company is called Specialised Security Services. Stephné Jackson of Stellenbosch-based registered NGO Watershed Animal Rescue. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Guest: Lloyiso Gijana Hailing from just outside of Port Elizabeth, singer-songwriter, Lloyiso is touted to be the next big South African music star. He's no stranger to the music industry. In 2015, at the age of just 16-years, he appeared on South African Idol and placed fifth in the competition. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Rayne Alexander is a content creator and PR strategist who is also an ambassador for this year’s Child Passenger Safety Week, which was launched as an awareness campaign by car seat manufacturers Maxi-Cosi 5 years ago. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 Lunch with Pippa Hudson
 
Guest: Janine Lazarus | A corporate communications specialist, In a previous life, she was a crime reporter in Johannesburg, investigating some of the most hardened criminals this country has ever seen. Most memorably, she is the reporter who found herself deeply embedded in the hunt for a man who haunted the imagination of many Joburg women in the…
 
One of our national treasures is on the verge of celebrating his 90th birthday – Archbishop Desmond Tutu will reach that milestone on the 7th of October. And true to character, he wants everyone else to benefit from his special day. In honour of his landmark birthday, the Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation is hosting an art auction to benefit the Tut…
 
Guest: Henry Cock Henry Cock took up road running in October last year. Less than a year later, he's using his newfound passion to raise awareness about mental health. Henry is attempting to set a World Record for the most half marathons run in consecutive days. He's running 133 half marathons in 133 days. That's about 21km every day for 133 consec…
 
Zimbabwean-born South African Martin Hulbert has made London his s new creative home, where he's put his career at the top of his priority list. No stranger to performing or recording, his first single Better Man dropped four years ago to homegrown success. He's now signed to Universal Music South Africa, and he's back with new music, a five-track …
 
The Wijnland Auto Museum just off the N1 near Joostenberg Vlakte on the way out of Cape Town has been described variously as a scrapyard or as a quirky collection of classic cars. From the highway, on the outside, you will first notice a small aeroplane and then some rusty old vehicles ... but if you make the effort to visit, inside the many large …
 
Nitzsche is a brand new South African artist with big dreams. She was born in the small town of Sabie in Mpumalanga and grew up in Mbombela or Nelspruit as it was then known. Her family isn't musical, but at about the age of 8, she started taking singing lessons and dreamed of becoming a musician one day. When she finished Matric, she moved down to…
 
The 11th annual Music Exchange, which got underway on Saturday and runs until the 2nd of October, once again this year hosts many top international and local speakers. The music conference aims to empower people across the entertainment economy about the business of music. It's like an online masterclass for anyone in the industry on how to safegua…
 
The reason we’re talking about Kindness today is not just because we should amplify kindness every day, although we should. It’s because my guest joining me on the couch today is a collector of stories of kindness – some of which will make will you look at the last 18 months from a whole new perspective. Her name is Dr. Jess Auerbach, and she’s a l…
 
Pietermaritzburg-born and bred musician, Matt Gardiner, is no stranger to the South African music scene. He was in the Top 37 on Idols SA 2016 and has opened for major artists including Prime Circle, Arno Carstens, Desmond, and the Tutus, and many more. He's also performed live at events such as the Umhlanga Food and Music Festival, White Mountain …
 
UCT's Michaelis School of Fine Art graduate class of 2021 will be holding their annual silent auction from tomorrow at 14h, to midnight on Thursday. It aims to raise funds for two projects. The Materials Bursary fund is used for students who can't afford to buy all the material they need to make their artwork. And some of the money also goes toward…
 
In April this year when ginger prices had shot through the roof, you may recall we chatted to gardening guru Jane Griffiths about the possibility of growing our own and just how time-consuming and tricky a job that would be. Jane is a writer, TV producer, and artist who has produced an array of best-selling books on food gardening, growing herbs, u…
 
Previously on the show, Pippa has spoken about water issues in the City such as sewerage leaks impacting our major waterways and spills at Zandvlei, Rietvlei, and Zeekoeivlei. Each time the City of Cape Town says residents are dumping waste into our waterways and they cannot cope. But neither apparently can the city’s clean-up and repair teams, bec…
 
The Madwomen's Ball is a very intriguing debut novel by a young French writer named Victoria Mas. Called the Madwomen’s Ball, it’s a fictionalised story based on actual events around a famous mental asylum in 19th century Paris. It’s dark and gothic and full of tragic injustice to women, and it’s a story I’m going to remember for a long time. Victo…
 
Jennie Reznek is a co-director of the Magnet Theatre, a Cape Town-based NPO that has been using theatre as an outreach tool since the last 1980s. She is also the playwright behind the one-woman piece “I turned away and she was gone” which enjoyed huge acclaim when it was first staged from 2016 onwards. During the lockdown, she has written a compani…
 
The 50th birthday celebrations are continuing at the Artscape, with an exciting jazz festival taking place this weekend. Launched in 2003, The Youth to Masters Jazz Festival focuses on skills development within the Jazz genre and promotes the fresh, up-and-coming talent in jazz music. The festival kicks off tomorrow with seven young, aspiring Weste…
 
Guest: Peter Cato | The CEO of Cafda Cafda book store has a long history, dating back to 1961 when it opened up in Wynberg. Most recently, the store was situated in Warwick street in Claremont, was struggling to stay afloat after being forced to close in the early months of lockdown. But in the last month, it's found a new, much bigger home in Keni…
 
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