Some faiths have written prayers available to recite for specific occasions, while others pray off of the top of their heads. Some whisper prayers during a quiet moment of frustration while others scream them in times of desperation or hardship. Some use scriptures as guidance for prayer while still others use every avenue available. There are many ways to pray and not necessarily a “right way” to pray. The important thing to remember is that prayer is simply a method of communicating with God.
Continuing the exploration of Our Spiritual Heritage, Midday Joy with Unathi asked listeners one simple question; Who taught you to Pray? and the responses were overwhelming. It seems our grandmothers have been the custodians and teachers of prayer for many.
21 Sep 2021 8AM
Arts · Fashion & Beauty
Kgomotso Meso got way more than she bargained for when she sat down to catch-up with Emmy nominated and acclaimed South African comedy-ventriloquist Conrad Koch and his most famous character, the rambunctious puppet political analyst, Mr. Chester Missing.
In celebration of World Read Aloud Day 2022, Andy Maqondwana had a conversation with author and storyteller Tumelo Moleleki about the African Oral Tradition and her love for storytelling. Tumelo Moleleki is an IT consultant who happens to be a voracious reader and an enthusiastic writer. She has published 7…
Andy Maqondwana sat down with Poet, Singer-songwriter, Beadwork Artist, Producer, Entrepreneur and Spiritual Healer - Ntsiki Mazwai to find out who the Real Ntsiki is, how she copes with being a middle child, endless twitter trolls and what really brings her Joy!!! uGogo Ntsiki Mazwai is a traditional healer, Activist,…
In closing off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Unathi spoke to Oncologist, Dr Nokwanda Zuma; Reconstructive Surgeon and founder of Smile Africa Foundation, Dr Brian Monaisa about their different roles in the process and journey of breast cancer patients. We also spoke to Breast Cancer Survivor, Mutangwa Machaba-Ratala about the benefits…