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Tammy Taylor Mrs. South Africa Finalist Vee Van Heerdan on deaf Awareness23 August 2019 | 19 Minute Listen
Vee Van Heerden, Child of deaf adults, sign language interpreter, motivational speaker and founder of Vee Van Heerden foundation spoke to Wasanga Mehana on being a Child of deaf parents, the misconception people have on the deaf community and how she feels in being one of the the finalist in Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa.
Latest entertainment news23 August 2019 | 10 Minute Listen
Entertainment Reporter and pop culture enthusiast at the "Post Officially", Lwazi Hadebe spoke to Wasanga Mehana on the latest entertainment news from AKA making big career moves, Katy Perry stealing a music beat, Trevor Noah makes Forbes list and more.
Sleep Disorders Debunked21 August 2019 | 19 Minute Listen
Michelle Baker, clinical psychologist & member of the SA society of sleep medicine spoke to Wasanga Mehana on how much sleeping disorder is costing the country, the right amount of sleep an adult is supposed to have and tips on how to deal with your sleeping disorder.
How to help students learn mathematics better20 August 2019 | 21 Minute Listen
Thembaletu Mbangcolo, Mathematical mindset coach spoke to Wasanga Mehana on how to help students who struggle with mathematics, the biggest struggle kids have when it comes to the subject and the importance of student engagement with the educator in order to make the intake of the subject less interesting/exciting.
500 kays for kids20 August 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
David Case, Charted accountant and director of a financial service company spoke to Wasanga Mehana on running 500 km in aid of Childline, a truly worthwhile non-profit which works collectively to protect all children from violence and to help create a culture of children’s rights in South Africa.
Motivational Monday guest Leroy Slava, co-founder & director of property Pick19 August 2019 | 20 Minute Listen
Leroy Slava, co-founder & director of property Pick spoke to Wasanga Mehana on why he became interested in property at the age of 26, the state of property in South Africa, the misconceptions of flipping property and more.