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WeThinkCode_ reshapes Africa’s digital talent

WeThinkCode_ aims to unlock and train untapped tech talent in Africa in order to drive the digitisation of African business. Founded in 2015, WeThinkCode_ which is based in Johannesburg and Cape Town, has a 98% rate of employment among its programming graduates. With no previous education or coding experience required, they offer tuition-free programmes that are open to young adults between the ages of 17 and 35. Their two-year world-class software […]

todayFebruary 2, 2021 14


Heritage in the Digital Age.

While the digital age has enabled us to connect with the world of now from the palm of our hands, how does it help us reach back when it comes to connecting us to our ancestry? With our heads in our phones, its easily expected that somewhere in the hundreds of trillions of individual webpages, you could find out where your roots lie. In celebration of Heritage Month, YFM and […]

todaySeptember 23, 2020 204


Gauteng Provincial Government and GP’s younger youth make a change

To commemorate the last day of Youth Month, the Gauteng Provincial Government and #KrunchWithKhutso have taken time to uplift the spirits of the youth in these uncertain times. At what age is one eligible to make a change in their communities and the lives of others? The Gauteng Provincial Government has taken it upon itself to shine a light on the youth, of any age, that are taking matters into […]

todayJune 29, 2020 21


Beauty Revolution Festival happened, and we’re still in awe! | What went down

The biggest annual beauty event in the country, the Beauty Revolution Festival, made a massive come back this year, taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre. The two-day festival was jam packed with fab, glam and all the glitz served by your fave beauty brands and influencers as they explored the beauty of beauty. The festival consisted of intriguing discussions where powerful panel guests including the likes of Thando Hopa, […]

todayMarch 18, 2020 116


My father took away my innocence | #MyTrueStory

In 2010, 25.3% of women in Gauteng had experienced some form of rape by a “man," whether it be their husband or boyfriend, family member, stranger or acquaintance. With only 3.9% being reported. To this day, rape is a never-ending battle with the common notion that the South African Justice system is not doing enough. Author of the book 'My Father Took Away My Innocence, purified and sanctified at last' […]

todayMarch 11, 2020 241


Is my partner’s sexual pleasure my responsibility? | #KrunchWithKhutso

It's easy to assume that your partner's sexual pleasure is your responsibility, but sexologists recommend that "each to their own" is the approach that should be taken towards sexual intimacy. Sexologists advise that a happy and healthy intimate relationship requires both parties to be committed to practising relational self-awareness. This allows you to understand what's happening inside and around you, thus promoting better communication is all aspects of the relationship.  […]

todayMarch 9, 2020 613


Beauty Revolution Festival 2020

The biggest beauty festival on the event calendar is back, and with a whole lot of glam, sis! The Beauty Revolution festival is back and celebrating beauty in all its elements. Prepare for a fun-filled two-day festival of masterclasses hosted by makeup gurus featuring the great likes of Rushana Isaacs, Marco Louis, Mihlali Ndamase, and Kandy Kane as they take you through a journey of nailing the tips & tricks […]

todayFebruary 27, 2020 42


#MyTrueStory: Megan Chauke is blind but navigates life with a powerful vision

In South Africa, 0.75% of people are visually impaired whilst an estimated 170 000 people are affected by cataracts. Some of these cases sre preventable with proper health care services and schemes as discovered by NCBI. Such is the case with #Krunch guest, Megan Chauke, who went blind in her early twenties, and speaking to Khutso Theledi, mentions that it could have been prevented. Chauke was diagnosed as clinically blind […]

todayJanuary 30, 2020 257


What’s cooking for The Lazy Makoti in 2020? | #KrunchWithKhutso

Author of award-winning cookbook, The Lazy Makoti, aims to help you cultivate all forms of our Proudly South African dishes in the comfort of your own kitchen. "It takes a village" - Mogau Seshoene aka The Lazy Makoti Speaking to radio host Khutso Theledi, Seshoene says that her successes were not solely based on her own work but also on the efforts of those that support her craft. Upon publishing her […]

todayJanuary 14, 2020 44