Thursday, March 31, 2011

22 - 25 March 2011 MC programming

22 - 25 March 2011

keeping the community in the know
I was joined by Cape Town psychologist Daphne Cooper discussing why marriages don't work.The most important factor according Cooper is the differences in values.

The Morning Cruise went out to the community of Nyanga for World TB day an event put together by the Red Cross Society and TB/Hiv Care Association.

Actor Siv Ngesi steeped into the studios to promote his national tour of 'DeKaf'.

Dekaf is a black, white comedy about blacks who think like whites, as told by a black guy who sounds white. Contrary to popular belief there is a new generation of black people who don’t bitch about the ‘struggle’, can swim, aren’t hated by dogs and didn’t vote for Jacob Zuma. In Dekaf, Ngesi takes you into the world of a black man who was raised in the suburbs, schooled in the public school system, dates white women and listens to Josh Groban!

The show starts at the Baxter in Cape Town on 21 march before moving to the Lyric Theatre in Johannesburg and the Sibaya Casino in Durban for limited performances in April.

Lastly, Cat Rieper the COO of Lalela project joined us to speak about how the project uses the arts to empower the youth. The project's visions, "We believe imagination, activation, collaboration, and transformation (I ACT) is made possible through ideas, art, and music (I AM). Through our global art exchange projects, Lalela Project seeks to inspire teachable moments for children affected by extreme poverty and to invite transformation for all who choose to join our efforts." To find more visit

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