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Episode 217 • 12 April 2016

Episode 217 • 12 April 2016Episode 217 • 12 April 2016

Afternoon Express sits down with some incredible people doing good for the less fortunate

Today is all about skill development and education for kids. First up we’re joined by winemaker Carmen Stevens, who has raised over a million rand to help feed hungry school children. 

We’re joined also by Bernard Viljoen, who started an organisation called “I Was Shot in Joburg” and, no, it’s not a support group. He takes street kids and teaches them photography skills so that they can generate an income for themselves. They sell prints of the photos at galleries and markets and he has now expanded to Cape Town as well and partnered up with the Say Yes mentorship programme. We’ll be chatting the co-founder, Michelle Potter, about that as well.

And lastly, we’re joined certified financial planner, Jean Archary, who has created a book that aims to teach kids the basic skills of money management, in an easy to understand format.

Afternoon Express, Episode 217, 12 April 2016

Afternoon Express, Episode 217, 12 April 2016

Afternoon Express, Episode 217, 12 April 2016

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