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no responses. 15/02/2019 Zuko

An encounter with President Nelson Mandela

An encounter with President Nelson Mandela

By David O’Sullivan 29 years ago today, I had my first encounter with Nelson Mandela. I was the News Editor at Capital Radio at the time […]

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Valentine's Day overrated

no responses. 14/02/2019 Natasha

Stupid Cupid: Why Valentine’s Day is overrated #GetRealAboutLove

Stupid Cupid: Why Valentine’s Day is overrated #GetRealAboutLove

By: Natasha Archary   Now before everyone who hashtags #LoveLivesHere comes at me for being a hater, let me just clarify that I’m pro-love. Always. I’m […]

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ramaphosa, khaya sithole, breakfast with david,

no responses. 28/11/2018 Nomali

Ramaphosa – between the politics and the administrative

Ramaphosa – between the politics and the administrative

By Khaya Sithole Just over 50 weeks ago in Nasrec, Cyril Ramaphosa finally achieved his long-held ambition to be the President of the African National Congress. […]

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south african airways bailout, SAA, SAA financial troubles

no responses. 28/11/2018 Nomali

SAA negatively impacts on the growth of tourism to South Africa

SAA negatively impacts on the growth of tourism to South Africa

By Unathi Sonwabile Henama The national carrier is facing immediate funding challenges, as suppliers are reducing their credit risk to SAA by reducing payment terms from […]

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no responses. 26/11/2018 Pretty Pretty

When is the right time to say the “magic words”?

When is the right time to say the “magic words”?

By Pretty Mashinini New relationships can be tricky. From navigating your way through a blended family to surviving meeting the family. Figuring out when to use […]

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in therapy, therapy, kaya fm podcast, black women therapy, black women speak about therapy, black therapists, ncebakazi manzi,

no responses. 25/11/2018 Nomali

IN THERAPY: Conversations on healing

IN THERAPY: Conversations on healing

By Ncebakazi Manzi I did not know anyone who was seeing a therapist when I started searching for one in December 2010. There may very well […]

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depression, how to deal with mental illness

no responses. 31/10/2018 Nomali

Mental illness awareness: An afropolitan shares her experience with depression

Mental illness awareness: An afropolitan shares her experience with depression

By Sandra P. Sono I still remember that one afternoon when I felt so ashamed and I said to myself “I really cannot understand all this […]

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safety in numbers,

no responses. 25/10/2018 Nomali

Safety in numbers: Navigating a dangerous world

Safety in numbers: Navigating a dangerous world

By Nomali Cele In a sick society that hates women, the first thing you will be taught is how to stay “safe.” Maybe the system is […]

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no responses. 16/10/2018 Zuko

Finding love on a tennis court

Finding love on a tennis court

By Ncebakazi Manzi Boredom during my childhood gifted me with many things. A love for reading and listening to music; daydreaming and being able to sit […]

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good vibes only, how to support loved ones while setting boundaries

no responses. 10/09/2018 Nomali

“Good Vibes Only” is a limiting way to approach life

“Good Vibes Only” is a limiting way to approach life

By Nomali Cele People who know me will likely think, well, of course, you have a problem with positivity, which they are completely welcome to think. […]

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