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Celebrate Southern Africa

Dec 27, 2022

Andy Copps left the corporate world of accounting to embrace a career in storytelling. His children's book, 'My Pug Named Hugg' was inspired by a pug while visiting his family in South Africa. 

Andy chats about using storytelling in STEM-based education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), his Roald...

Dec 17, 2022

After realising the impact his haemophilia was having on his family and his ability to be a father, Cobus Visser decided to use everything he had learned on his journey of personal development. He was able to get out of the wheelchair and climb Kilimanjaro. Today he gains his inspiration from Neuro Linguistic...

Dec 14, 2022

For 20 years Deon Newbronner has crafted his storytelling techniques to deliver workshops and residential retreats to support CEOs and business leaders to develop their own public speaking skills and find their purpose. 

His recent book, 'Smart Storytelling', is a collection of the resources he has developed to deliver...

Dec 2, 2022

Gavin Prinsloo found himself in a very dark place.  Poetry helped him explore his thoughts and emotions, and he has now published 4 books and has written thousands of poems.

You can find all his work on Amazon and you can connect with him on:

Facebook: Pieces of my Mind

Facebook: Dark Impressions of Life

TikTok: Soul...

Nov 25, 2022

Willem van der Walt was inspired to write by his primary school teachers. He has written ever since. In this episode, Willem chats about flash fiction, short stories, his love of fables, and teaching English in South Korea. 

Willem's English blogs are Will Will Travel and Parabox Box.

His Afrikaans blogs are Binnetoe...