Friday, October 19, 2018

Start Up Grind

We had great conversation with Sandras Spiri talking about how they inspire and connect entrepreneurs globally, we also spoke about the event happening on the 27th October 2018 in Langa at Love Life hall.

For more
076 685 1070

New E.P titled Balindile

Today we had a conversation with Yanga Ndzulwana a.k.a Tshawekazi the soulful singer grew up in Butterworth in the Eastern Cape, She is a BA: political and philosophy graduate she is also passionate about the development of communities and she has just started a family legacy entertainment which is called Khaya Khwezi.

Tshawekazi has finally dropped her debut album. the 5 track EP titled Blindile is officially available on music streaming websites the EP was released at the start of this year's fun season.

To get in touch with her:
Yanga Ndzulwana

FaceBook: Yanga Ndzulwana

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Ekosi Foundation

Great conversation with Athi'enkosi, Luntu and Terrence from Enkosi Foundation that started as a drug awareness and transform it self as a non profit organisation that uses sport, creative arts as an instrument of rehabilitating and keeps youth occupied with constructive activities that help the to make solid decisions for their lives.

For more info:
Athe'enkosi: 078 996 7258

Monday, October 08, 2018

National Nutrition & Obesity Week

Today we also spoke with Bianca Tromp from Heart& Stroke Foundation, we talked about national nutrition&obesity week and The importance of breakfast that has been long  part of the prevailing wisdom  and how the habit of eating breakfast has always been a marker of a healthy lifestyle.

For more info:
Monique Murphy
liquidlingo Communications
m: +27 72 488 8641

Summer Souk Festival

We had great conversation with  Sedick, Adams, Gadija from Athlone talking Summer Souk Festival that will be filled with three days of lively activities, such as fashion show, live radio broadcasting ,entertainment and various prize giveaways.

The aim of the event is to ensure that all participating schools/Madrassah's club benefit as a token given back to the communities.

For more info:
Zulfah: 071 0385 661

Wednesday, October 03, 2018

Peace Center

We had a great conversation with Pharie, Mthunzi and Ongeziwe from Peace Center, we spoke about the wonderful work they do and how they assist young people from different  communities with Computer Literacy only for R20.

If you want more info contact:
Mthunzi: 021 361 0002
Ongeziwe: 021 685 7800

Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Retreat Youth Squad

Lastly we spoke with Samton Groenewald about Retreat Youth Squad project and the wonderful work the project does in bringing transformation within the Cape Town communities and the program that develop youth at risk.

More Info:
078 858 1772

Vula Youth Development

Great conversation with Peter and Vusumzi from Vula Youth Development that runs the peer education programs to build confidence, capacity, creativity dialogue around pressing personal and social issues. We were talking about the programs they offer for youth in under-resourced communities as well as their theater production they are going to perform at Magnet Theater  on the 27 October 2018.

For more info:
Peter: 076 547 9547

Monday, October 01, 2018

Baxter Dance Festival

Great conversation with the Artistic Director of the Festival Nicolette Moses talking about Western Cape’s premier dance platform that returns to the Baxter for its 14th annual installment with 32 works by 54 choreographers being performed over 10 days, from Thursday 4 October until Saturday 13 October 2018. Opening this year’s festival is Rolex Mentor and Protégé Laureate (2004) Junaid Jemal Sendi and Addisu Demissie Kifle from Destino Dance Company based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Contact Details
T: +27 21 680 3973 I  
We spoke with Sam Von about  World Homeless Day that will took place on the 10th October 2018 and the public survey they conducted as an organisation on how our communities can better respond to homelessness and over 400 Capetnians completed their survey-over 80% of respondents felt that homelessness impact on the business, neighborhoods and the larger community

The survey highlighted a shift in how the public feels about homelessness and a growing awareness that systemic solution is desperately needed to turn the growing tide.

For more info contact
Sam Vos
021 674 6119.


Maskhane Community Empowerment

Through unemployment challenges that are faced by South African Youth, today we had a great conversation with Gavin and Asiphile from Masakhane Community Empowerment Project talking about how they assist young people form different communities of Cape Flats and how they create employment opportunities for them to better their lives.

If you would like to take this opportunity and help a brother, a sister, a neighbor  make sure you contact Gavin and Asiphile.

 Gavin:071 035 9235
Asiphile:071 212 6902

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Today we had Carol from Go Gold Organisation telling us how they give student opportunities from under privileged communities the opportunity to enhance their education and transition through an internship year and onto tertiary education with guaranteed employment once they graduated.

  from under-privileged communities the opportunity to enhance their education and transition through an internship y

Trumpeter Mandla Mlangeni blows up for Heritage

We had a great conversation with Mandla Mlangeni the trumpeter, composer, BandLearder of the Tune Recreation Committee and Amandla freedom Ensemble, whose debut album voices of vision was in New York Time's Best Albums of 2017 and SAMA nominee for the best jazz album. 

In this celebration of Heritage Month Mandla will blow up the perfect musical storm with the little Giants to produce an oasis of original and South African classics. Joining the jazz trumpeter are his friends who will play first set in a series of gigs that take place in different venues from 19-25 September. 

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Sport as a tool of transformation

Again a great conversation with Malibongwe from GUSDO a sport oriented organisation with objectives that are to see sport development taking place in their disadvantaged communities and bring transformation in today and in future sports.The organisation (Gusdo) is the new hope and a new lease of life in today's sport.

For more contact
073 966 6253

It workx product

Today we had a great conversation with the man who is behind the health product called it Workx have surnames that are reminiscent of the natural world that they respect so much.Edgar S.Wolf have long recognized the amazing healing and nutritional powers of plant extracts. What sets them apart and makes them great is their determination to produce products that are close as possible to the natural ingredients, as found in nature.

For more info:
Tell:021 554 1357
Mobile:071 575 4988

Friday, September 14, 2018


Hendrik "Hennie" Van Wyk born in Vredendal on 14th July 1936. His childhood witnessed some of the final days of the colonial rule and the transition to the apartheid regime in 1948 and  1950. Hennie and his family were forced to register as coloured.

He moved to Cape Town at he age of 14 to continue his education and remained in school till grade 10. By this time, Grade 10 examinations and curriculums in South Africa were segregated by race. In this period Hennie boarded with a Mr and Mrs Lewin, a highly political couple where he was first exposed to a political education. As a teenager, Hennie delivered African National Congress newspapers The New Age and The Torch.

He worked with a travelling salesman journeying between Durban , Johannesburg and Cape Town from 1957-1958. During this period (the introduction of Group Areas Act) he experienced apartheid discrimination at its worst. Because of his racial classification he had no choice but to become politically active.

in 1961 Hennie joined the City of Cape Town Municipality for whom he worked 34 years during these years he became an active member of Cape Town Municipal Workers Association.

His political consciousness and sense of injustice in the apartheid regime was heightened from 1968, when his promotion to the role of a meter reader meant that he regularly began to enter White homes.

 In the wake of the Soweto Uprising in 1976 his political consciousness further heightened which sparked a new wave of anti-apartheid resistance from the Coloured community.

Van Wyks involvement with trade unions and community organisations in the liberation struggle grew in the early 1980's joining the Steenberg Housing Action Committee and was newly established in the Congress of South African Trade Unions.


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Thursday, September 13, 2018

Developing School in camping side in Malawi

Great conversation with Henly Kumwenda from Malawi who set out to develop an arid piece of land near Lumemo into a camping site to empower the local community actually the community of Lumemo had faced a number of challenges and student are forced to learn under trees due to the lack of infrastructure and Henly work actively and passionately in ending those barriers by using the available space to develop school.