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The Aubrey Marcus Podcast is a destination for honest and vulnerable conversations about the deeper questions in life. The show blends humor with gravity and levity with depth, as we explore mindset, psychedelics, holistic health, spirituality, entrepreneurship, and relationship. Aubrey Marcus is the founder of the globally disruptive human optimization brand Onnit, the donation based coaching platform Fit For Service, and is the New York Times bestselling author of Own the Day, Own your Lif ...
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Welcome to "Kindred Conversations with Aubrey Baptista" - the show that's changing the conversation about mental health. As a therapist, I'm on a mission to break stigma and build understanding by introducing you to fellow clinicians. Join me as we dive into their personal journeys, insights, and expertise. Let's erase the barriers to seeking help and create a community of empathy and growth. This is "Kindred Conversations" - where therapists unite for a stronger, healthier world.
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Dwarfism can be traced back to the Biblical days, yet stories of little people are rarely told. So, in this new podcast series, Aubrey Smalls is changing that. Join us weekly as we uncover new and exciting stories of iconic people with dwarfism throughout history.
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Aubrey the Podcast is on a mission to bring back the variety show, even if only auditory. Join your host, Aubrey Thorne, as she takes you on a no-niche journey into lands known and unknown that often result in you knowing yourself better.
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Lila Collins and Aubrey Carey team up in this podcast series to discuss the things in life that are actually important. Cover art photo provided by Ferdinand Stöhr on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@fellowferdi
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Hello Friends! Welcome to Life Talks with Aubrey Nichole! This is a place where we share and talk about Life - Relationships, Love, Career, Friendships, Hobbies, and many more! Every day is a new day to learn and explore! I will give you a daily dose of tips and stories that will surely make your day happy, inspired, and motivated in life! Wherever you are in this world, I'm ready to hear you out!Are you ready to join me in this amazing journey? Sit back and let the awesome journey begins! X ...
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The show is filled with national and international news, current affairs, and recaps of what’s been making headlines during the day. Expect interviews with the newsmakers themselves as well as analysis and commentary from experts as well as those affected by the issues. Regular traffic, sport and market reports ensure you have all you need to know before you get home.
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Welcome to the FOOD REHAB podcast. Food is everywhere & if it’s your drug of choice then you need REHAB! Hello and welcome! I am your host ‘Aubrey Worek’. Proud mother of Roman DeStephen and loving wife to Daniel. Since the age of 12 I have battled my addiction with food. But now I have turned it into my passion to help others become empowered with the proper tools and mindset to shrink their disordered eating monster. Tune in each week to hear from me and my clients as we fight to become th ...
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On tonight’s edition of "South Africans Doing Great Things," we are joined by Carl Willoughby, the newly elected Chair of the Creative Circle. Founded 30 years ago, the Creative Circle is a non-profit organisation that has helped creative professionals share ideas, network, and inspire each other, aiming to make South Africa's creative industry kno…
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Can the quality of your relationships truly impact your overall well-being and lifespan? Discover the fascinating insights shared by Everett Uhl, a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) from North Carolina, on this episode of Kindred Conversations. Everett dives deep into the unique aspects of her practice, revealing how somatic therapy and…
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Dr. Dan Stickler MD is on the bleeding edge frontier of medicine that is poised to transform our world. Sitting in the intersection of psychedelic medicine, human performance and sexuality, Dr. Stickler shares the game-changing advances that are reshaping the future of medicine. Join us for an eye-opening conversation that will change the way you t…
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Choosing to pursue a career in the arts is often preceded by the challenging task of convincing our parents of its worth. Our guest tonight exemplifies how rewarding this journey can be. Beginning her photographic endeavors in 2012 by documenting stories from her neighborhood in Thokoza, East of Johannesburg, she has ascended to international accla…
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This evening on change your mindset feature, we talk to Warrick Kernes, CEO of Insaka eCommerse Academy about Amazon finally coming to South Africa and how would be entrepreneurs need to start thinking different about starting an online business through Amazon in Africa.Being a serial entrepreneur, Warrick Kernes founded the award-winning online st…
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This evening on the weird and wonderful we talk about love. Everyone has a different understanding of what love is or should be and to make matters more complex or layered there’s different types of love. Is love a feeling? Can you touch it? Can you develop it? Is love happiness? Are we born with it, or do we learn it? Those are some of the questio…
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This evening on Financial Matters, we talk to Wendy Selebi, director of Seeds to Forests Training and Coaching Services, a dynamic speaker, mentor, coach, author, facilitator and the host of her own financial education podcast, “Let’s Talk Money with Wendy Selebi,” hosted on YouTube. Wendy has written a book called “I wish somebody had told me”. In…
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Education has continuously transformed from traditional methods to innovative strategies aimed at improving student outcomes. As we look at how education systems have evolved, we also consider various approaches that can drive real change—whether through new teaching techniques, integrating technology, or adopting global best practices. Joining me …
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Whether you're in a long-term partnership, newly dating, it’s important to set a clear vision for your relationship. From the picture-perfect moments on social media to the everyday challenges couples face, every relationship has aspirations and benchmarks set for themselves. Tonight, we look at the concept of relationship goals, what is the import…
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On Political analysis we look at an interesting article written by Prof Pithouse on the Mail and Guardian titled “Lessons for South Africa from the French and UK elections. Prof Pithouse makes an interesting comparison between the French, UK and our own political system and lessons that we learn in terms of how these systems work. See omnystudio.co…
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According to Saferspaces.org, “More than half of all the women murdered in South Africa were killed by an intimate male partner.” Tonight's story tragically underscores this fact, as 32-year-old Dorcas Didi Lekganyane, a recent honouree in the Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans 2024 in the Climate Change and Environment category, was allege…
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A devastating fire that took place on Sunday in Boston, KwaZulu-Natal, claimed the lives of six firefighters, with two others that remain hospitalised. While the exact cause of the fire remains unclear, reports from News24 suggest that it may have been sparked by poachers engaged in illegal hunting games. Joining us to provide some clarify and more…
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Tonight on South African Doing Great Things with Darren Cohen, General Manager at legal and Tax talking about what they are doing for Mandela Day See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.702 által
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Our profile interview this evening is Chief Executive Officer of the Transport Education Training Authority (TETA), Maphefo Anno-Frempong. Maphefo is a woman on a mission, credited with turning around an entity that has lost credibility in the transport sector and in the SETA industry as a whole due to a number of investment decisions that turned o…
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This evening on Africa at A Glance we talk about a new investigation by BBC Africa Eye, for BBC World Service, that has uncovered cases of elderly people being murdered and attacked after being falsely accused of witchcraft along Kenya’s Kilifi coast. Violent attacks on supposed witches occur across paths of Africa and beyond, but the estimated 70 …
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The healthcare sector recently faced a significant cybersecurity challenge with a ransomware attack in June, highlighting critical vulnerabilities in patient data protection. This incident brings to light the importance of healthcare organizations to prioritize robust cybersecurity strategies to avoid the risk of losing personal information of pati…
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In this evening session of Psychological Matters, we talk about ADHD in the workplace: from stigma to strength. Despite an increasing awareness globally of the impact of ADHD in the workplace, the challenges and opportunities associated with neurodiversity in adults in the workforce remain comparatively under-examined in South Africa – and a leader…
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This evening on Change your mindset feature, we talk to Stanley Beckett, author and consultant at Changecreatorsa, talking about "The 25 agreements - Agreement 8 - Don't worry, be happy. We need to understand why we should work on being happy - because money does not attract happiness, happiness attracts money. We will discuss what the scientific f…
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On tonight’s edition of The Weird and Wonderful we uncover the fascinating history behind church uniforms, known as clerical attire. Ever wondered about the origins, significance, and evolution of these garments? Who determines their designations based on age, gender, and church hierarchy? Church uniforms carry deep cultural and religious significa…
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On today's episode of Financial Matters, where we will unpack the essential topic of managing the finances of your side hustle or small business. As more people venture into entrepreneurship, understanding how to effectively manage business finances becomes crucial for success. Whether you're just starting out or looking to optimize your current op…
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School holidays are officially over and with the weather being terribly cold, today could not have been an easy morning for learners as they return to school. From waking up at 10am and binge-watching on Netflix for the past three weeks, getting back into school routine can be challenging. Tonight, we will be joined by Lianne Williams, Managing Dir…
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There are many occasions when businesses require funding, especially startups, which will have to identify suitable Startup Business Funding options. This evening on our entrepreneur feature, Andisa Ramavhunga, Group Chief Advisor at Ntiyiso Consulting Group, joins us to talk about business growth and the ways/type of funding that an entrepreneur c…
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In our Political Analysis feature we look at an interesting article written by Bhekisisa Mncube, who is an author, a regular columnist for The Witness, a content creator, a satirist, and author of “The Ramaphosa Chronicles”. H e wrote article titled “Whose GNU is it anyway?”. In this satirical column, Bhekisisa addresses to President Ramaphosa and …
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This past weekend was packed with thrilling moments, starting with the Springboks' triumphant win against Ireland. In Formula 1, Lewis Hamilton secured an emotional victory, adding another remarkable achievement to his career. Meanwhile, in South African football, Steve Komphela's return to Sundowns following Rhulani Mokwena's departure has fans bu…
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Minister of Electricity and Energy, Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, says while it is commendable that the 100-day milestone of no-load shedding has been achieved in the country; it is also a chance to reflect on the hard work that has gone into addressing the problem. The Minister was speaking during a media briefing on electricity distribution and gener…
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On South Africans Doing Great Things tonight, we shed light on Lesedi Educare, a beacon of hope and opportunity in the realm of education. Lesedi Educare is dedicated to providing quality early childhood education to underprivileged children, ensuring they have a solid foundation for a brighter future. Through their innovative programs, passionate …
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This evening’s profile interview is Dr Innocent Sirovha, CEO of AgriSETA, an author, philanthropist and founder of the Sirovha Foundation. Dr Sirovha once had nothing and now he is at the helm of one of Mzansi's foremost training bodies, and he is using his empathy for the little guy to lead and uplift from the front. This AgriSETA’s top man, is a …
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It has been a week since President Ruto of Kenya withdrew the Finance Bill after weeks of public protests against it. The bill aimed to raise or introduce taxes and fees on a range of everyday items and services, including internet data, fuel, and banking, to pay interest on the national debt, reduce the budget deficit, and keep the government runn…
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This evening, we talk about the announcement of the online premiere of “Mobilize: The Documentary”, a compelling documentary that chronicles the inspiring story of a group of volunteers who, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, launched a grassroots communications eHort to address critical information gaps. This initiative, called COVID Comm…
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This evening on “In Conversation with Dr Eve, we talk about the trauma of parenting. We take a deep dive- with compassion and no judgement - as to why parents/caregivers struggle to parent ... and this is because they themselves might not have been securely parented, that perhaps they were neglected, abandoned or sexually violated, living in an uns…
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This evening on Change your mindset feature, we talk to Stanley Beckett, author and consultant at Changecreatorsa, talking about " "The 25 agreements - agreement 7 - Bless it all. Why everything that happens to you in life is either a blessing or a curse, depending on what you focus on". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Tonight on The Weird and Wonderful we recognise International Plastics Free Day. Plastic, once celebrated as a groundbreaking innovation for its convenience and versatility, has evolved into a major environmental challenge. In South Africa, over 2.5 million tonnes of plastic are produced annually, but only a small portion is recycled; the rest poll…
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Listeners and Dr Frank Magwegwe, Head of Financial Wellness and Advisory at Nedbank and GIBS faculty member, react to Premiere Lesufi announcement of the Gauteng Provincial Executive Council [GPEC]. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.702 által
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This evening entrepreneurial feature we talk to Dr Steven Zwane, Founder of Yled and Senior lecturer at GIBS, who wrote an interesting article on Sowetan titled “What entrepreneurs can learn from political coalitions”. Dr Zwane highlights what entrepreneurs can learn from the current political scenario that’s unfolding in South Africa. This politic…
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South Africa’s youth is disempowered particularly those living in the rural and township areas. The usual challenges facing the youth are high levels of unemployment; lack of service delivery and increasing inequalities which have now been exacerbated by the COVID-19. Given such dire situation; how is the youth supposed to respond? How can the yout…
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Whilst planning a wedding couples place their focus more on the ceremony, the dress, the décor and food. It is however an unfortunate reality that sometimes couples tend to overlook the legal aspects of getting married and the potential ramifications of such oversight. This evening on Legal Matters we talk about the significance of having an antenu…
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Marketing guru Clay Hebert doesn’t pull his punches in sharing his wisdom on what is real, and what is bullsh*t. For a decade, Clay led teams at Accenture, solving complex problems for global Fortune 500 companies. He escaped corporate America to attend the most selective MBA program in the country...he was one of only 9 people to learn directly fr…
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Unlock the secret to transforming your fitness and well-being journey with insights from Instagram star Ricky Shic, the mastermind behind Fitness for You. Ricky opens up about his battle with bullying in middle school and how it led him to a thriving career as a certified master trainer. Learn how physical fitness boosts self-esteem and plays a piv…
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South Africa’s president has announced the formation of a new cabinet over a month after elections stripped his African National Congress (ANC) party of its majority. President Ramaphosa named 32 ministerial positions of the government of national unity late on Sunday, following weeks of deadlock that delayed the formation of an historic governing …
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This evening on Medical Matters we look at the issue of palliative care in South Africa. The sad reality is that most South Africans with advanced illness will spend their last months of life in pain and anguish because they cannot access palliative care. This specialised care that is provided to patients with serious, complex and advanced illnesse…
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On tonight’s episode of South Africans Doing Great Things, we conclude Youth Month by highlighting the Kliptown Youth Program, a community-based education organization in Soweto, Kliptown. Joining us to discuss the program’s mission and impact is Thulani Madondo, Executive Director of the Kliptown Youth Program. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
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