Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Sustainability Conversations --- The Real State of the Nation

"We are angry and gatvol! While our President giggles, the people cry." -
Maishe Maponya



Save South Africa will convene its second People’s Assembly in the people’s church, St George’s Cathedral, in Cape Town on February 8. We will portray the true state of affairs in the country, but also offer a sense of hope of the better life all who live in South Africa deserve and can attain. It will be a dignified expression of anger, hope, laughter and some tears. - Maishe Maponya

Casual observers, like myself, are watching how long the President will have this diminishing mental spell on the majority of the people who are still genuinely loyal to the founding objectives of the ANC? Will he and the ANC still continue to believe that peoples’ minds are in pause mode, despite the vociferous noise made by the electorate last August? - Mkhuseli 'Khusta' Jack



We chat to Deon Maas, author of the best seller, "Melk die Heilige Koeie" on the iStart2 Radio Show this week. As writer, music producer, radio presenter and television host, Deon Maas wears many hats. As a columnist he has become known for his outspoken and often controversial views on a range of issues.

He currently works as a film producer. His latest documentary film Punk in Africa was screened at 60 international film festivals and his TV series Jam Sandwich received four SAMA Awards. Love him, or hate him ... do not miss what he has to say!




Keitu Gwangwa & Pierre du Toit host the iStart2 Show on Thursdays at 17h30. Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on ‪#‎DStv‬ audio channel 869.
 
Radio Today also streams globally on www.1485.org.za.


On 15 February we host Deon Maas at the iStart2 Hub at 19h00. Join the discussion. 
More info about the event here
eMAIL your RSVP to iStart2Show@gmail.com to confirm your attendance. Entry is free.