Anele and the Club on 947
Anele and the Club on 947
Anele and the Club on 947 is the best way to wake up! Anele, Frankie, Thembekile, Alex, and Cindy drive Joburg to work! They’re full of laughs, loud and impossible not to love. In fact, you’re going to be obsessed with them. You’re more than welcome to join Anele and the Club on 947 every Monday to Friday from 06:00 to 09:00. Every morning Anele, Frankie, Thembekile, Alex, and Cindy will give Joburg a wakeup call and a massive dose of madness that will make sure you have one insane start to the day.
Episodes in this series - Page 3
Should I warn my friend that they are going to get them self fired?27 July 2021 | 12 Minute Listen
My co-worker, Paula, is considered difficult to work with by many, including me. She’s very passive-aggressive, but gets everything done on time; she leads teams well, but only takes them so far. However, I know a lot about Paula personally. She had a horrible, neglectful early life (no dad, mom was an addict), and overcame it with advanced degrees and a very committed work ethic. She’s finally gotten to a place where she feels safe and she’s holding onto that with all her might. But the ground is shifting in our company, and she doesn’t appear to be shifting with it. As a sort-of friend who cares what happens to her, is it worth it to warn her of my worries on her behalf?
The money Minute with Arabile Gumede - South Africans are spending 75% of their take-home pay on debt26 July 2021 | 4 Minute Listen
Debt to disposable income for South African households has increased from less than 60% before 1994 to the current level of around 75%, which is higher than the long-term average of 70% according to the South African Reserve Bank (SARB)
Anele and The Club offer to hop onto Msizi’s initiative rebuilding KZN24 July 2021 | 3 Minute Listen
The perpetual roast of Msizi James every weekday just before 9am by Anele and The Club is never-ending fun. But on Friday it started off with the team chasing to Msizi about his recent philantropic efforts. Followingg weeks of looting, riots and unrest, 947’s Msizi James, went down to his hometown in KZN this weekend to give charities non-perishables that he, his friends and family have collected. ‘The supply chain has been broken, we are just trying to fill some gaps in the communities that may have not have received a helping hand at this moment.’ Msizi says that they plan to make another trip next weekend, to which Anele and The Club shared that they’ll come on board, hopefully with some help from FMCG, Rhodes Quality. For fun. Energy-filled mornings, tune in to Anele and The Club on 947, every weekday from 6 - 9am.