[DON’T MISS] your midweek dose of great child-produced content on RX RADIO!
Here’s what to expect from 10:00 – 14:00 today:
10:00 – On the #RXRadioTop20 Alex chats with Jonathan Shapiro, who is better known as @zapiro_cartoons . He speaks about his journey as a cartoonist and his experiences with Winnie Mandela. Thereafter Alex interviews Diana Ross, @focha.rxch board member, & Lerato Seoposenwe, Events Coordinator at FOCHA. They talk more about the FOCHA 40th Thanksgiving Ceremony.
12:00 – Hakeem and Mujahid take over the airwaves on #TacklingTheOutdoors and speak with 9 year old rugby fanatic Deen Fortuin & 19 year old @dhlstormers player, Damian Willemse.
13:00 – Qaqamba shares some motivation on her show, #InspirationCorner. She interviews Merle Opperman, a registered nursing sister at @cancerassociationofsouthafrica. Then Kyle Grant joins her and speaks about how he found solace and refuge in ballet.
14:00 – We make way for #AmirahsHotPlaylist. She chats with Roberto Miguel Quintas the Ward Councillor for Houtbay and Llandudno to speak about the Water crisis Cape Town experienced and his role in the RCWMCH Facility Board. Then @amytjasink , a National and international musician talks to Amirah about her love for music and how she fell in love with making music. [TO LISTEN] click here: www.rxradio.co.za
President Buhari calls and speaks to father of aide worker, Hauwa Liman executed by Boko Haram .
President Buhari today had a telephone conversation with Mohammed Liman, father of Hauwa Liman who was killed by Boko Haram terrorists. .
According to a statement released by his Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, President Buhari during the telephone conversation, commiserated with the family over the sad news. He informed the grieving father that his government did everything possible to ensure that Hauwa and the other captives in the sect's captivity, were released. He lamented that all the efforts of his government sadly ended up in futility. .
President Buhari also spoke and condoled with the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Mr Peter Maurer, over Hauwa's death. The President commended the ICRC for the great work they had been doing in Nigeria by providing healthcare services to victims of insurgency in some of the most affected areas.
He appealed to the organisation to continue its services in the country, and not give up, despite the unfortunate and painful loss of their staff.
Hauwa until her death was an aide worker with ICRC. She and two other of her colleagues were abducted in Rann, Borno state in March this year. Two of them have so far been killed by the sect members.
Help people affected by Hurricane Michael by visiting redcross.org, calling 1- 800-RED CROSS or texting the word MICHAEL to 90999 to make a $10 donation
Our goal was to drop supplies at Mexico beach, where the eye of the storm hit. 100 miles from it we started to see damage. The closer we got the worse the damage was. Cotton fields stripped bare, thousand acre pulp tree forest gone with only splintered stumps remaining. Metal roofing wrapped around telephone poles like it was a gum wrapper. Most trees that were left, are permanently bent, as if the storm is still blowing. Semi trailers laying on top of each other, I could go on. The thing is this was a massive storm that destroyed so much
if you can help in anyway please do
А ВАША ПЕЧЬ РАБОТАЕТ ИСПРАВНО?
Часто ли вы задаёте себе данный вопрос?
Медленно, но верно по всему Казахстану начинается отопительный сезон. Вместе с этим жители частного сектора также начали топить свои дома. Многие люди использую уголь в качестве главного источника отопления.
Красный Полумесяц Казахстана призывает вас позаботиться о безопасности своих детей и не стать частью печальной статистики.
Регулярно проверяйте печи в своих домах на исправность.