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Motto: Learn to Change the World
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Radio Station: Cape Talk – Early Breakfast Show with Abongile Nzelenzele
Date: 9 October 2019
With: Cornerstone Institute Executive Dean, Rev Dr Rudi Buys and Abongile Nzelenzele
About: In light of the recent Springbok bomb squad uproar at the 2019 World Cup in Japan, Cornerstone Institute’s Executive Dean, Rev Dr Rudi Buys discusses why Rugby in South Africa continues to be divisive.
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Radio Station: Bush Radio 89.5FM
Date: 26 September 2019
With: Cornerstone Institute Executive Dean, Rev Dr Rudi Buys
About: Cornerstone Institute Executive Dean, Rev Dr Rudi Buys unpacks private higher education in South Africa and his Inaugural Lecture on ‘Suspect or Prophet? Private Higher Education , Hope and the Social Good’.
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Radio Station: Cape Talk – Early Breakfast Show Abongile Nzelenzele
Date: 9 September 2019
With: Rev Dr Rudi Buys and Abongile Nzelenzele
About: Cornerstone Institute’s Dean, Rev Dr Rudi Buys discusses with Cape Talk Early Breakfast Show host, Abongile Nzelenzele why South Africa is such a violent nation, how we react to and understand it.
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Radio Station: Bush Radio 89.5FM
Date: 29 August 2019
With: Ryland Fisher and Sandisiwe Samuels
About: A panel discussion unpacking the Critical Dialogue on the Psychosocial elements of race/racism with a SA/USA perspective. Ryland Fisher, two-time author and Sandisiwe Samuels, Cornerstone Institute Media Coordinator, discuss their real-life experiences with race/racism and muse on a way forward with community development as a leading point for South Africa.
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Radio Station: Cape Talk – Early Breakfast Show Abongile Nzelenzele
Date: 26 August 2019
  • WIth:Dr Rev Rudi Buys and Abongile Nzelenzele
About: Cornerstone Institute’s Dean, Dr Rev Rudi Buys discusses with Cape Talk Early Breakfast Show host, Abongile Nzelenzele whether all links to Apartheid South Africa should be banned.
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Radio Station: Cape Talk – Early Breakfast Show Abongile Nzelenzele
Date: 28 August 2019
  • WIth: Sandisiwe Samuels and Abongile Nzelenzele
About: Motivating listeners who want to make a change in their communities to apply for a bursary for the Be The Change Competition. This is in partnership with Community Chest and Daily Voice.

 

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Bush Radio 89.5 FM

Radio broadcast

  • With Faiez Jacobs, Nazeema Mohamed and Janine Kim Myburgh
Click here to listen to the Bush Radio 89.5 FM panel discussion on Ethical Leadership featuring Faiez Jacobs, Nazeema Mohamed and Janine Kim Myburgh facilitated by Cornerstone Institute

 

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30 & 31 July 2019, Bush Radio 89.5 FM

Radio broadcast

  • With Dr Darlene Miller
Tune into Bush Radio 89.5 FM to listen to the Critical Dialogue on Ethical Leadership presented by Dr Darlene Miller – where she unpacks the need for woman-centred leadership. This dialogue is facilitated by Cornerstone Faculty Manager, Dr Crystal Jannecke.
Bush Radio will play-out the talks in two parts on:
  • Tuesday, 30 July from 14:00 – 15:00 broadcast part 1
  • Wednesday, 31 July from 14:00 – 15:00 broadcast part 2
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30 May 2019, Good Hope FM radio

Good Hope FM Host, DJ Kyeezi

  • With Thulani Dube, Lecturer at Cornerstone Institute
On Thursday, 30 May 2019 Cornerstone Institute gave away a R40 000 bursary on Good Hope FM for a lucky winner to study towards a Higher Certificate in Business Leadership.
Good Hope FM radio DJ Kyeezi and Cornerstone lecturer Thulani Dube congratulated the winner, Stanley Jacobs.
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27 May 2019, Good Hope FM

Good Hope FM Host, DJ Kyeezi

  • With Thulani Dube, Cornerstone Institute Lecturer

On Monday, 27 May 2019, Cornerstone Institute lecturer Thulani Dube discusses the institution’s mid-year intake closing on 3 June 2019. Thulani outlines the institution’s aim to produce forward-thinking, creative and ethical graduates who want to advance human dignity and social justice for all.

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