Discovery Desk

A mile in Judith Moralo’s shoes

Discovery desk, Today we discover Judith Moralo who is a wife, mother and a businesswoman among other things. Today she will walk a mile with us in her shoes, how she manages to juggle all these things when she like the rest of us has 24 hours in a day.

We answer the question who is Judith? She touches on her childhood growing up with a grandmother who was a herbalist. She had an interest in the business from as early as the age of 9. Holds a BTech degree in logistics.

A man of many caps Sthembiso Mtshali

Discovery desk, that is exactly what we do. Discover the unknown. Today in Studio Mr Sammy is joined by a Man of God, businessman, motivational speaker and a founder of the fine print movement. in his discussion, he leaves no stone unturned as he speaks about purpose.

He says a lot of people mistake a purpose for a degree, company or job. A purpose is a reason you do something. Where the question why is answered. He tells us what is the difference between destiny and purpose. He says destination is where you are going.

He answers the question who decides your destination.

Siphiwe Xaba deputy director of Finance at TUT

Discovery desk, that is exactly what we do discover the unknown. In today’s show, Sammy G talks to Siphiwe Xaba from TUT about student funding. They talk about what funding options are available. before being a deputy director of finance, she was a lecturer at TUT. The criterion and the process of accessing the funds.

She deals with the second stream income, which specifically speaks to students who pay for themselves among others. she also touches a bit on the issue of #FeesMustFall. This is an important discussion for students or someone with family members who are currently studying or who will be studying in the near future.

Botswana sensational artist Brenda Taukobong

Discovery desk, that’s exactly what we do. We discover new things unknown. On today’s show, we discover Brenda Taukobong from Botswana. She produced her one and only album called Ka jalo (meaning it’s time), the name of the album is used as an explanation of her journey. She has been an artist for 28 years and only now she has an album under her name.

In a nutshell, she shares her journey with us, the challenges and hurdles she’s had to jump over and continues to do so to get to where she is today. She lets us in, on her life. The life of being a wife, being in the entertainment industry, and having her husband as her manager. We find out how they draw the line and where they draw it, to say now we are at home and not at work.

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