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dress code at work

Kaya Drive

Does your place of work need a uniform?

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock Thomas and Skhumba feel that some companies need to enforce a dress code to avoid instances where employees are dressed inappropriately for the office. A similar conversation was had with Sizwe Dhlomo and the Kaya Drive team in 2022, when he asked if it was appropriate to make use of workout attire everywhere, even at the office. https://www.kaya959.co.za/lineup/kaya-drive/is-it-appropriate-to-wear-workout-attire-everywhere/ It seems the trio of Kaya […]

today07/03/2024

adult meltdown

Kaya Drive

Before you have an “adult meltdown”, try a 21-day negative detox

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock Before you have a full-blown "adult meltdown", challenge yourself to a 21-day negative detox. Toxic thoughts and a negative mindset can weigh us down more than we know and before you know it, you're losing your temper and throwing your toys out of the cot. As an adult, it’s easy to lose focus and give in to the negativity and believe the inner voice, […]

today06/03/2024

allow kids cellphones at school

Kaya Drive

Do you allow your kids to take cellphones to school?

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock Videos taken by learners in schools, exposing risky student behaviour, playing pranks on teachers, or filming acts of violence against their peers, have sparked a discussion on Kaya Drive over kids and cellphones at schools. Both Thomas and Skhumba who are raising teenagers, are strongly against their kids taking cellphones to school, saying there's not need for them to have access to their devices […]

today05/03/2024

card declines

Kaya Drive

“Yoh! It’s declined!” What do you do when your card declines?

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock There's nothing worse than hearing, "Yoh! It's declined!" when you get to the till to pay. A colleague had this embarassing encounter while paying for a purchase over the weekend when her card declined. Yes, over pay day weekend. It wasn't that she didn't have any money in her bank account but rather that she unknowingly tried paying with an expired credit card instead […]

today28/02/2024

working on a cruise ship

Kaya Drive

Would you consider working on a cruise ship for a year?

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock Thomas recounted how a few of his school friends took jobs on a cruise ship straight out of matric while he passed up that opportunity. Now feeling like he missed out, and wondering whether it's too late to take a job on a cruise ship, Thomas wanted to know if listeners ever wondered what working on a cruise ship for a year would entail. […]

today22/02/2024

voting day

Kaya Drive

A quick guide to help you on voting day

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock Over the weekend, Deputy President Paul Mashatile may have let the election date slip, which prompted the conversation on Kaya Drive regarding whether listeners were ready to vote. Not only is this an important election for President Cyril Ramaphosa who is hoping for a second term in office, but this is the first general elections which is giving individuals an opportunity to put their […]

today20/02/2024

odds are in Bafana Bafana's favour

Kaya Drive

Thomas and Skhumba say the odds are in Bafana Bafana’s favour against Nigeria

By: Natasha Archary Image: Bafana Bafana on Instagram Remember there was a time last year where Skhumba declared loud and proud that he had written Bafana Bafana off for good, because he couldn't continue supporting the national team after they had let him down so many times? For Skhumba, writing off Bafana Bafana cannot be reversed, because he has reached the point were no amount of convincing can change that. […]

today07/02/2024

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