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September 30, 2016 02:43 AM PDT

Paul Pereira talks to Data analyst Paul Berkowitz delves into the results of the municipal polls and tells us not only what they mean, but what we'd like to imagine they mean, and why we think as we do when we're faced with political election results.... Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good. Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/ and 1485.mobi/.

September 16, 2016 03:39 AM PDT

After a horror car crash left her a quadriplegic in 1998, Tracy Todd had to suffer the collapse of her marriage and her self-esteem. She talks to Paul Pereira on about how she rebuilt her life and how she discovered new purpose in motivating others through teaching the deeper realities of our existence. And how, in that, she found love. Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good. Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/ and 1485.mobi/.

May 08, 2016 11:46 PM PDT

Research Fellow at the SA Institute of International Affairs Terence Corrigan talks to Paul Pereira about the state of political freedom across Africa, following SAIIA's release of a special report. Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good. Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/ and 1485.mobi/.

April 22, 2016 01:58 AM PDT

The execution 37 years ago this month of MK cadre Solomon Mahlangu for murder was controversial then - partly because of how he was convicted, and partly through political lenses. Later he would be lionised in anti-apartheid circles. Was he a hero for our times, or just a Horst Wessel of the Struggle? Paul Pereira explores the story on this evening's "Changing Destiny" at 18:00 with Leon Otto, co-screenplay writer of the long-awaited film about this tale: "Kalushi".

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/ and 1485.mobi/.

April 15, 2016 01:52 AM PDT

Paul's guest was Julie Solomon (@JulieSolomonn), Durban property realtor whizz, entrepreneur, former actress, and owner of the Durban chapter of the JT Foxx network Millionaire Underdog Club (@M_UnderdogsClub). They spoke about how low-income buyers are locked out of the property market and how to get around that; what entrepreneurship looks like and why it's a thing to wait for your Thirties for; and about thew global entrepreneurs network, the Millionaire Underdog Club. (https://www.facebook.com/themillionaireunderdogclub/; http://www.millionaireunderdogclubs.com/; http://www.juliesolomonproperty.co.za/).

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/ and 1485.mobi/.

April 01, 2016 01:05 AM PDT

Keri-Leigh Paschal of the Muthobi Foundation's Nation Builder programme updates us on a new free online Benchmarking Tool that allows social investors to grade and improve their good giving initiatives.

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/ and 1485.mobi/.

March 18, 2016 01:41 AM PDT

Jos Kuper of "Future Fact" discusses their just-released survey on race relations in SA - cutting through the noise to reveal what ordinary people think of each other, and of policies of racial redress.

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/.

March 11, 2016 01:49 AM PST

Non-profit companies and NGOs struggle with financial survival in the here-and-now, never mind long term. And that pressure sometimes overwhelms any planning for the longer term. Now Deutsche Bank and the Capacitate consultancy have launched a unique set of management tools for NGOs and NPCs - a pulling together of all their sustainability focus areas, with advice on how to manage these. This help for non-profits is a first of its kind here, and probably anywhere. Capicitate's Jason Bygate tells Paul Pereira how these tools work, who should use them, where to get them, and why they matter big time. On Changing Destiny. Be the first to know.

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/.

February 26, 2016 02:13 AM PST

On Radio Today's "Changing Destiny", Paul Pereira from @WHAMMEDIA hosts Chad Thomas of IRS Forensic Investigations (@FraudWatchZA). Chad presents their quarterly report on organised crime in SA, what's happening in our courts, the fight against crime, and the changing nature of lawlessness in SA.

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za/.

February 19, 2016 02:02 AM PST

Reinoud Willemsen (@ReinWill) Social Entrepreneur & CSR Strategy Consultant | Social Impact Measurement talks to Paul Pereira.
To what extent should corporate social investment (CSI) be guided by impact measurement, monitoring and evaluation, and suchlike? Are these things really that useful in choosing projects to support, or are they about ducking common sense?

Changing Destiny is brought to you by Radio Today and WHAM! Media (www.whammedia.co.za). Changing Destiny looks at trends of progress, or otherwise, in South Africa's attempts to modernise and lift people out of poverty. Remarkable change champions, and analysts of society's progress, share the facts and stories of a nation's silent revolution for good.

Changing Destiny, hosted by Paul Pereira, is broadcast on Thursdays at 18h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869. Stream: www.1485.org.za and 1485.mobi/.

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