Wednesday, June 30, 2010

2DAY: we dicussed Cape Town's electricity tariff increase AND a parent support group for transgender kids

Over the past 30 years, many of Peru's glaciers have melted away, and experts fear that the remainder could disappear in as little as 20 more. One inventor trying to reverse this process is Eduardo Gold, whose proposed plan to whitewash peaks of the Peruvian Andes that were once covered with glaciers was one of 26 winning ideas in the World Bank's "100 Ideas to Save the Planet" competition. The theory is that by lightening the color of the mountain peaks, humans can increase the amount of solar energy reflected back through the atmosphere and out into space and thereby reduce the amount absorbed by the Earth.

In South Africa’s first international soccer game in 1992, with a 1-0 win against Cameroon who was responsible for the penalty goal?
A – Neil Tovey B – Benni McCarthy C – Doctor Khumalo
C – Doctor Khumalo

5 common diet mistakes

Many readers write to me about their attempts to lose weight, and it's clear that there are a host of misconceptions doing the rounds.
From the many strange and wonderful ideas, I've identified five of the most common diet mistakes people make:
(Dr I.V. van Heerden, DietDoc, updated February 2010)
Check it out:,47106.asp

An interview with Alderman Ian Neilson from the City of Cape Town to discuss the 2010/2011 electricity tariff increase.

Lastly I spoke to Caroline Bowley from Gender Dynamix. She joined me to chat about the parent support group meeting taking place 30 June 2010, it’s for parents who have transgender kids. To find out more contact 021 633 52 87 and ask for Caroline.

We may have all come from different ships, but we’re on the same boat now
Martin Luther King, Jr
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Check out the video of Cape Town's Break Dance sensation, Blade Breakaz. MAD skills

Here's the much anticipated Blade Breakaz video:

Friday, June 25, 2010

Local sensation Mario Ogle step in studio as well as C.T break dance group, Blade Breakaz

where it's all about entertainment, arts and culture
Many campaigns emphasizing the dangers of distracted driving target teens, but a new survey suggests that adult drivers are also texting and talking behind the wheel at an alarming rate. A recent report found that American adults were just as likely as teens to text while driving, with nearly half of adult texters admitting to either sending or receiving text messages behind the wheel. Adults were also substantially more likely than teens to have talked on their cell phones while driving

Which South African newspaper was the first to report SA’s first soccer match in 1862?
A – The Star B – The Daily Sun C – The Cape Argus
Answer: C – The Cape Argus

10 people never to date again,33932.asp

Local sensation Mario Ogle is back in the mother’s city. He joined me this morning to chat about his first music video from the album, ‘Can’t stop loving you’ that was shot in Cape Town. He’s currently working on his next album – top secret though. After Sunday his off to Worcester. To find out more about Mario Ogle's whereabouts join his Facebook group

Lastly the enthusiastic and passionate local break dancing group, Blade Breakaz joined me in studio as well as show off their MAD skills.

I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

The choking game- kid killer find out more and Cape Town keeping kids proactive during the World Cup

keeping you in tune and in touch with your community - Cape Town that is
2005 Pope John Paul II dies April, 2. First successful partial face transplant, France. 7 July London terrorist bombings. Hurricane Katrina strikes the Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama coasts. Earthquake kills about 80,000 people in Kashmir. YouTube launched.

In South Africa’s first International soccer debut in 1992 who did they play against?
A – Egypt B – Cameroon C – Ghana
Answer: B – Cameroon


An interview with Gavin Cocks. He joined me this morning to discuss a programme initially started in the USA called GASP (games adolescents shouldn’t play). Mr Cocks has brought this programme to South Africa after personally experiencing the dangers of the game when his late son died because of it. It’s a programme which seeks to bring awareness to parents, childcarers and school teachers on the dangers of these games, being the choking game and the warning signs thereof. Mr Cocks does talks/presentations throughout South Africa and to find out more contact Mr Cocks on 074 1508 748 or visit

Lastly Mr Gerry Wood joined to me to showcase the various holiday programmes setout to keep kids occupied during the current school holiday in Hout Bay Cape Town. It ranges from sports games, a feeding scheme, alcohol and drug awareness workshops and more. To find out more Mr Wood is contactable on 083 543 6999.

Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day.
Indian Proverb
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Rising male infertility a PUBLIC health issue, that and so much more on MC this morning


The world’s earliest known plank-built ship, made from cedar and sycamore wood and dated to 2600 BC, was discovered next to the Great Pyramid in 1952. ALSO DID YOU KNOW The Egyptians created the first organized navy in 2300 BC. ALSO The pilot with the most flying hours is American John Edward Long. From May 1933 to April 1977 he flew 62 654 hours, achieving a total of more than 7 years airborne.

Name the Bafana Bafana players with jersey numbers 7&9
Answer: Lance Davids (7) and Katlego Mphela (9)

Learn to trust that "Gut-feeling" It just might save your life
Think of the many times throughout your life when you experienced a strange feeling that turned out to be an early warning of danger.
Use your early-warning radar:
Did you take heed of that warning and avoid the impending danger, or did you ignore your built-in early warning radar and walk right into harm's-way?
The funny feeling in the pit of your stomach or the feeling of the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end are ways of your body telling you that something is very wrong.
Any veteran police officer or soldier who's seen combat and lived to tell about it will explain that part of their survival was due to trusting their "gut-feeling" that they were in danger.
Here's how it works:
An interview with the director of the Cape Fertility Clinic, Dr Klaus Wiswedel. He joined me to discuss the probability of this:
Are men facing rapid extinction?
By Tamara Sturtz
London - There's a crisis brewing, but it has nothing to do with the economic deficit or the current political uncertainty. Scientists are warning that rising levels of male infertility have become so perilous that it is a serious "public health issue". And some go even further.
Reports claim that as many as one in five healthy young men between the ages of 18 and 25 produce abnormal sperm counts. Only five to 15 percent of their sperm is good enough to be classed as 'normal' under World Health organisation rules - proving that infertility is not just a female problem. Indeed, among those experiencing difficulty with conception, a male fertility problem is considered important in about 40 per cent of couples.
But women trying to get pregnant are facing another astonishing claim: that the core problems of male fertility - while they may be exacerbated by environmental issues - start in the womb.
For the article click on

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. -Buckminster Fuller
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Part four of Debt Solutions and news feature on 16 June 1976 ....


There are people so dedicated to travelling the world they have made it into a contest. Members of the Most Travelled People club, founded five years ago, are chasing the elusive goal of travelling to 872 destinations. Currently in the lead with 819 destinations covered is the founder of the group Charles A Veley, a former IT millionaire from Brooklyn, New York. There is a clinical description for the condition Veley and others who have made travelling into a competition have: Dromomania. This is defined as an uncontrollable impulse or desire to wander or travel.

Name the Bafana Bafana players with jersey numbers 1 and 4
Answer: 1= Moeneeb Joseph and 4= Aaron Mokoena

7 Ways to Prevent Frustration
Stay Organized: Most of the frustration in my life comes from not being able to find things in my house. There is nothing worse that not being able to find your keys, cell phone or shoes. To prevent yourself from losing your possessions, try to make routines, where you do the same thing with the same object every time. A nice trick is to name your documents with a title and a date, because sometimes you need to find things that you wrote at a specific time. Also, clean out your computer periodically, as this leads to less clutter. Clutter is the enemy!
Calm Down: There are many times where frustration is caused by the mentality of the frustrated, which, if you think about it, makes a lot of sense.

ALSO FEATURED The fourth debt counselling session a show brought to you by Cape Town Debt Counselling.

Lastly the show showcased a news feature done by Ofenste Mokao about 16 June Youth Day. It explored whether the 1976 fight was accomplished, has anything really changed since then.

If you're not sure where you're going, you'll probably end up somewhere else. Anonymous
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Monday, June 21, 2010

Morning Cruise Bush Radio 89.5fm took it simply EEEASY this cold Monday Morning, check it out...

Good Monday Morning to you and what a cold morning in Cape Town South Africa, perfect way to start the dreaded Monday morning...huh
However the Morning Cruise show this morning eased listeners into the start of the working week by taking it simply easy. We had loads of relaxing soothing music, discussed what made headlines the weekend and of course THE 2010 SOCCER WORLD CUP! I still maintain the good thing about this world cup is that it's the year of the underdogs, Japan, uraguay totally unexpected performances.
Tomorrow on MC sees the fourth debt counselling session, a show brought to you by Cape Town Debt Solutions at 10.35am sharp. We invite any questions relating to debt, so feel absolutely FREE to comment on this blog, email to or listen live tomorrow morning and call 021 448 62 66. 

Catch that all important info, Jobshop part one, two and the jobshop tip and more. That's Omniscient Tuesday tomorrow between 9am and 12pm - keeping you in the know.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Art C Friday saw the 3rd LG cellphone winner and "From Africa with laugh"

In the early 20th century, cousins Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths created a series of photographs in which they were seen interacting with what appear to be fairies. The images provoked heated debate and even gained the attention of famed Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who championed their authenticity. Though the women initially claimed the fairies were real, they finally admitted otherwise in 1981. Even then, Griffiths insisted that one image was genuine.

Where is the oldest public garden in South Africa?
Answer: Cape Town Company’s Garden

How to Tips for Father's Day Gifts He Will Appreciate
Let's show love, support and appreciation for the special fathers and husbands in our lives by giving them a gift they will remember and appreciate.
Step 1
Is your father or husband involved in sports activities like golf, tennis, soccer or fishing? Sporting equipment and accessories are a useful and thoughtful gift with a very long life. They will feel your appreciation each time they use it.
Step 2
What are his interests? How does your special man like to spend his "down" time? If watching movies, reading, listening to music or computer games sound like fun to him then a gift card to a store that carries a combination of books, music, DVD's and the latest games will allow him to select the gift his heart desires.

A proudly African production, From Africa with Laugh.
War. Famine. Disease. These are the stereotypical images of Africa. But 2010 is a significant year for Africa for two reasons: the FIFA World Cup comes to Africa for the first time, and no fewer than 17 countries on the continent celebrate 50 years of independence! To celebrate both, the African Arts Institute will bring stand-up comedians from around the African continent for their irreverent and humorous takes on Africa, independence and football! Three comedians from African countries – Edgar Langeveldt (Zimbabwe), Chibwe Katebe (Zambia) and Philip Luswata (Uganda) – will be hosted by a South African MC and sketch artist (Lungi Pinda).
For more details visit

Let us strive on to finish the work we are in…
-Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth president of the United States

That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

On 2days show: Part three of the weekly debt counselling sessions & a campaign raising awareness for EVS

keeping you in the know
Playing-cards were known in Persia and India as far back as the 12th century. A pack then consisted of 48 instead of 52 cards. ALSO DID YOU KNOW The first mention of soap was on Sumerian clay tablets dating about 2,500 BC. The soap was made of water, alkali and cassia oil.

What was Adderley street once known as?
A -Strand street
B – Heerengracht
C – It always was Adderley street
Answer: B – Heerengracht

10 ways to manage stress day by day:
Catching it early - Signs and symptoms
such as headache, gut discomfort, tense muscles and fidgety sleep may be early indicators of too much stress. When you feel stress coming on, take a breath and put your stress management techniques into practice.
Exercise - Even a short walk can improve mood and reduce feelings of stress.
Eating well - A healthy diet gives you the energy to handle daily stress. Skipping meals and making poor food choices can contribute to fatigue, greater susceptibility to illness and a general feeling of poor health.
Setting limits - Saying no to some tasks can help make you more productive and successful with the tasks you choose to take on.
For the rest of the tips visit:

Part three of the weekly debt counselling sessions on the Morning Cruise, a show brought to you by Cape Town Debt Solutions.

Lastly I interviewed Marius van Rensburg from ninety9cents on the EVS as well as CEO of EVS Davin Chown . They joined me this morning to discuss the advertising campaign for the non profit organisation, the
Emergency Assistance Voluntary Support Services (EVS) which can be found on Kloof Nek Road in Cape Town. The campaign is trying to raise awareness for the EVS and appeal to Capetonians to support the NPO in some way or the other, whether it’s to volunteer as an emergency person in your spare time, to donate funds or just to tell your friends and family. For more details visit 

Take care of the earth and she will take care of you.
- Anonymous
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

On todays show: Editor of The PinK tongue as well as Pieter Raaths a gay now happily married heterosexual

Having a bad hair day? Spare some thought for your great-grandparents because in their time it took about 10 hours to complete the process of waving hair to withstand washing, weather and time. Compton’s Online Library explained that the advent of electricity sparked a major change in the concept of hairdressing when in London in 1906 the hairdresser Charles Nestlé invented the permanent-wave machine. The bulky machine – about the size of today’s fridge – took almost 20 minutes to get to usable heat and up to 10 hours to complete perming. Still, it was great 20th-century technology. The next year a Parisian chemistry student, Eugène Schueller founded the company L’Oréal, created a dye to cover gray hair with natural-looking colors in a permanent process, and made life a little more fun for a lot of people.

On the 14th of June 2010 at the Cape Town stadium at 20:30 Group F game includes:
A – Cameroon vs Italy
B – Italy vs Paraguay
C – Cameroon vs Netherlands

Answer: B – Italy vs Paraguay

ways to raise a feminist
Bust gender-sterotyping in your family with this psychologist’s 3-point plan.
Johannesburg-based educational psychologist, Helen Macdonald, says that sexism, like racism, is learnt at home. She shares a three-point plan for busting gender stereotypes within the building block of society: the family.
1 Value
‘Everything stems from values,’ says Helen.
‘In the past, underlying, unequal value systems have dictated certain attitudes towards gender stereo-types. Society was once very autocratic with a top-down authoritarian approach. Today the value system is shifting hugely in terms of mutual respect between the genders. We’re seeing a flat effect where the top-down approach is filtering out to a more cooperative teamwork style. On the whole, women are being seen as the respectable, intelligent people they are.’
The bottom line: Parents who value mutual respect and cooperation between the sexes will instil the same values in their children.
For the rest of the three point plan visit:

An interview about Cape Town's first and only monthly community newspaper for the colourful and diverse gay community. I was joined this morning by the Editor Gary Deklerk who was more than willing to speak of the great work the newspaper has been doing.

Lastly I was joined by Pieter Raaths. Mr Raaths wrote a book about how he changed from being gay to a happily married heterosexual. He knew at a very young age that he was gay and with most gay experiences family and more specifically fathers are left enraged. His father then took him to psychiatrists, did what ever it took to change him. Then at 19 years old an unwilling, unexpected yet natural change occurred. He suddenly felt attracted to the opposite sex (women) a species he never really bothered to look at. What’s more he slowly but surely lost attraction for men. His gay friends mocked his alleged change assuring Raaths that he’ll be back. Quite the contrary. He continues to be a full blown heterosexual, married for 21years and with beautiful kids.
Raaths now helps parents to accept their kid’s sexuality.
To contact Pieter Raaths email

Be who you are in every situation.
- Michael Johnson
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

GEnder Hub TOMORROW:"I was a gay 'queen' now I'm a happily married heterosexual".

To find out more listen live to the Morning Cruise Gender show tomorrow at 11.05am - click to interact

Today: Part two with Debt solutions as well as an indepth look at the recent uproar of leadership within COPE

 keeping you in the know

Before Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created the Apple computer in 1976, they designed a popular arcade game for Atari called Breakout. By then, Steve “the woz” Wozniak was already famous as a white-hat hacker, bypassing phone systems – known as phone phreaking – to make free long distance calls.

On the South African flag which colour is on top, red or blue?
Answer: red
Although the colors have no official meaning attached to them, they represent a synopsis of the country's vexillological history and current political realities. Black, green and yellow are the colors of Nelson Mandela's political party. Moreover, the flag incorporates also the colors of the African National Congress and the former Boer republics flags (red, white, and blue). The Y shape represents the convergence of South Africa's diverse society and unity. The South African flag is basically made up of former South African flags and the past meanings of the colors were that red stands for bloodshed, blue for open blue skies, green for the land, black for the black people, white for the European people and yellow for the natural resources such as gold.
*** according to

How to Stop Craving Sugary Foods
Craving sweets is similar to having an addiction to smoking: Each requires a great deal of willpower to quit. Craving sugary foods also requires breaking a habit. Figure out what time of day you most feel the need for sweets. Is there something special that happens to trigger this need for a chocolate bar? Are you upset, angry or sad when you reach for a piece of cake? Find the pattern, and the craving for sugary foods can be controlled or stopped. Sweets are as addictive as smoking and just as hard to quit
1. Step
Keep candy on hand
Take it one day at a time. Make up your mind that you do not want or need to consume sweets for this one day. Try to keep your mind off thinking about having desert or a piece of chocolate after lunch or midday. Have a glass of milk instead, or a cup of coffee and a few slices of hard cheese. Proteins will keep you from being hungry and fulfill the need to have something to munch on.
For more visit:

Part two of our debt counselling sessions made possible by Cape Town Debt Solutions “restructure your debt and ease your mind” call before it’s too late on 021 697 9898, fax 021 697 9770 or email

We then showcased Bush Radio’s news intern, Nomava Nobumba’s news feature on the recent uproar of leadership within the Congress of the People (COPE).
“The third largest opposition party “recalled” Lekota after he went to court to obtain an urgent interdict preventing it from electing new leaders until September.”

WHILE Cope president Mosiuoa Lekota is celebrating his latest court victory in the leadership battle with Mbazima Shilowa, a political analyst says fostering unity in the fractured party will be difficult.
Judge Rami Mathopo said the vote was an ambush and showed flagrant disregard against the rules of natural justice.

There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.
- William Shakespeare
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, June 04, 2010

Art - C friday on the Morning Cruise were joined by the young musicians, Abavuki and the first LG cellphone winner

entertainment, arts and culture
The top five moneymaking films of all time, as by 2010, are: Avatar (2009) [$1.850 billion], Titanic (1997) [$1.835 billion], The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) [$1.129 billion], Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006) [$1.060 billion], and The Dark Knight (2008) [$1 billion]. They are followed by Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001) [$972m]. When adjusted for inflation, Gone With The Wind remains one of the highest grossing [$1.4 billion and growing], followed by Star Wars and Sound of Music, according to boxofficemojo.
Note that they all are family-type movies. In fact, movies with strong sexual or violence content usually bomb at the box office.

Name the three strikers selected to represent Bafana Bafana/South Africa in the 2010 World Cup?
Answer: Katlego Mphela (Sundowns), Siyabonga Nomvethe (Moroka Swallows), Bernard Parker (FC Twente, Holland)

How to Buy a Father's Day Gift
Scoping out the array of men's gifts at department stores would leave you with the impression that every male in the country is not only in need of a new tie or gadget, but a golf fanatic. On the contrary, men's passions are diverse. Try these ideas for great dad gifts, whether you're buying for a grandfather, husband, first-time dad or good friend.
Step 1
Zero in on an enduring hobby or new interest, then shop for gear and accessories he doesn't have yet. Is he a science or computer buff, a car or airplane fanatic, a fisherman, a cook, a gardener or basketball fan? Shop, an auto supply store, Williams-Sonoma or Sur La Table. Visit a local nursery or buy a couple of tickets to a ballgame.
Step 2
Do something fun together. Plan a fishing or camping trip, or even a helicopter ride. Or buy tickets and popcorn, and let him choose the movie.
For more visit:

Three of the extraordinary young musicians making the group Abavuki from Langa, a township near Cape Town in South Africa. The name "Abavuki" which means "Wake up, early birds!" They joined me in studio to chat about what they’ve been up to for 2010. They’ve just come from a two month cruise on the Baltic Ocean where they stole the crowd with their purely South African style performance. To find out more about Abavuki visit:

In Cape town you catch them Tuesdays and Thursday at Mama Afrika in Long Street as well as Grand West and Cape Quarter.

And behold the first winner of the LG KP265 cellphone competition with Bush Radio and Vodacom, Olwethu Mhlontlo. Stay tuned to Bush Radio 89.5fm to be the next winner

To succeed... you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you.
–Tony Dorsett
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Order of the day: Debt counselling and substance with Substance Films. Find out more ......

Keeping you in the know
For thousands of years people did not know why we breathe air. Plato and Aristotle believed that nutrients from food were burned in the heart, making the flame that brought warmth and life to the body. They thought that the air that we breathe helped to keep the fire controlled. Oxygen was discovered to be a chemical element, and vital in breathing, by 18th century. Oxygen is necessary for the chemical reactions inside a cell. (The word oxygen is from the Greek meaning acid burning.)

How many stadiums are being utilized for the 2010 FIFA world cup?
A – 9    B – 3    C – 10
Answer: C – 10
The final 10 stadiums were utilised for the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa: Five of South Africa's football stadiums underwent major renovations for 2010: Soccer City and Ellis Park in Johannesburg, Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria, the Royal Bafokeng stadium in Rustenburg in North West Province and the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein in the Free State.
New stadiums have been built at Mbombela in Mpumalanga and in the Nelson Mandela Metro (encompassing Port Elizabeth) in the Eastern Cape. Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane in Limpopo has been rebuilt, as will the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban and Cape Town's Green Point stadium, Green Point complete with a retractable dome to protect fans and players from the Cape's unpredictable winter weather.

How to stop being LAZY!!
Try to figure out what causes it.
If you have too much on your mind and find it hard to even start thinking about all the things you have to do, it's time to write it down. Write everything that comes to your mind, things to do, things to think about, things that bother you. You'd probably realize soon enough, that things aren't as bad as you thought.

You may need to change the way you do your "self talk". Do you talk to yourself like a parent talks to a child? You're grownup now. It's time to change the way you think about tasks and responsibilities. Instead of thinking "YOU have to do this", think- "I want to do this because?" and give yourself a really good reason why.
For more visit :

The first of a series of Debt counselling sessions on the Morning Cruise every Tuesday at 10.35am – A show brought to you by Cape Town Debt Solutions. Today we just touched base on what debt counselling is and who qualifies.
*Cape Town Debt Solutions Tel: 021 697 9898, Fax: 021 697 9770, email:

Lastly I was joined by members of Substance Films as well as Felinda Schwartz. Felinda Schwartz joined Substance Films to create a documentary about her struggle as an alcoholic

- Irish Proverb
A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor’s book.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!