The Flash Drive with Carl Wastie
The Flash Word 14 Dec
It's the game you love! The Game of wit, intellect and lateral thinking. It's The Flash Word on the #TheFlashDrive! Zoe Brown was the "fill in" for for the vacated title of The Flash Word Champion which was held by Hisham, previous champion of The Flash Word. The latter had to leave for Australia. Meaning it's Zoe Brown vs Tamlynn Kleinschmidt.
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KIDDIEPEDIA: What's your dads super power?12 June 2019 | 5 Minute Listen
If your dad had a super power, what would it be? The Flash Drive with Carl Wastie and Zoe Brown consulted the wise kids of Kiddiepedia to ask, "What's your dad's super power?" The answers were far better than Superman's heat vision!
Kids and social media: To Post or Not to Post11 June 2019 | 10 Minute Listen
Kids and social media: To post or NOT to post? That is the 21st century conundrum. Following little 6 year old Ivanah's dancing video that went viral where Will Smith even shared it on his Instagram, it posed a burning question. Does one post pics and videos of one's child on social media or does one keep those cute videos private? Claudia and Nabeelah weighed in on The Flash Drive with Carl Wastie and Zoe Brown.
Carl Wastie talks to Head of Business Development at Santam about SME’s05 June 2019 | 10 Minute Listen
Carl Wastie talks to Gerald van Wyk , Head of Business Development at Santam about SME’s. The importance that SME’s play in the economy, what pitfalls to look out for and Santam's tailor made solutions for small to medium enterprises ahead of their business breakfast taking place on June 13th,2019, at the One & Only.
KIDDIEPEDIA: Cricket terminology, do you know what a duck is?29 May 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
Hearing terminology like "fine leg", "deep square", "cover driver" & "off stump", you know it's Cricket World Cup Season! With the first ball set to be bowled at 11:30 am tomorrow as the Proteas face England, The Flash Drive's Carl Wastie asked your kids "What does it mean when you're out for a duck"? The results? Hilarious & expect "cuteness overload" as a side effect.