The Best of Early Breakfast
Episodes in this series - Page 2
Latest Entertainment News!26 June 2020 | 16 Minute Listen
Khotso Rams, Television host and entertainment enthusiast chats with Wasanga Mehana on the latest entertainment news from Maphorisa reportedly firing South African influencer, model and entrepreneur Faith Nkesi, musician Sho Majozi exposing Burna Boy and Moonchild Sanelly signed to international label Transgressive records.
Why it is important to protect your brand online25 June 2020 | 12 Minute Listen
Digital specialist, Dirk Visser chats with Wasanga Mehana on ways to proactively manage your reputation online, as negative opinions about your business can scare off potential hire, influencer partnerships and customers.
POPIA commencing on 1st of July 202024 June 2020 | 17 Minute Listen
Livia Dyer, Partner at Bowmans chats with Wasanga Mehana explaining what it means for businesses/organisations now that the President has announced that the majority of the provisions of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (POPIA) will commence on 1 July 2020.
Youth Month presents opportunity for parents to talk insurance23 June 2020 | 18 Minute Listen
Christelle Colman, Insurance expert at Old Mutual insure chats with Wasanga Mehana on how parents can have a critical "insurance talk" which enable young adults to successfully leverage opportunities without falling into debt or suffering crippling loss in their early lives and career.
Stop Western cape schools letting boys into your girls change room!22 June 2020 | 16 Minute Listen
Phillip Rosenthal, Christian View network Spokesperson chats with Wasanga Mehana on why they are against the draft 'Gender identity' policy by the Western Cape education department, to allow boys into girls changing rooms.
#WeAreDyingHere22 June 2020 | 12 Minute Listen
Siphokazi Jonas, Poet, co-writer and director of #wearedyinghere chats with Wasanga Mehana on gender based violence worsening in the country and whether it is important to center messaging around hope when it comes to GBV. She also spoke as to what inspired them to take a theatrical play focusing on the prevalence of gender based violence in South Africa to now be streamed online.
‘COVID-19 fears’ could result in unnecessary cardiac death19 June 2020 | 19 Minute Listen
Dr Trishun Singh, Leading local cardiologist practicing at Netcare St Augustine hospital in Durban chats with Wasanga Mehana on the dangers of not monitoring and treating chronic diseases adequately during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.