It’s another jam-packed week of the Expresso Morning Show as the series continues to bring viewers a balance of insightful interviews, all the latest recipes, fitness, gadget and health news every weekday between 06h00 and 08h00 AM in a condensed timeslot until the end of November on SABC 3, where the stage is yours – own it. Do join us for a bonus dash of exciting content at Tea Time from 11:30-12:00 on SABC 3.
We celebrate the legacy of Queen on today’s show as Warren Driscoll performs some of their greatest hits while our presenters get competitive as they create the best gingerbread house as part of our festive season fun. We also get creative in the kitchen as we prepare some monkeygland rump chunks with charred corn and cabbage tostadas.
As the festive season approaches and many will be utilising this time to go away, we unpack coping with the risk of COVID-19 while on holiday. We also chat to Educational Psychologist Dr. Sharon Aitken who opens up on ADHD. We also show you how to make a five-ingredient focaccia Sandwhiche and braai soetbroodjies.
Going away but want to remain fit? We shine a spotlight on easy yet effective exercises you can do while on holiday. We have the kids from the Marimba and Steelpan Festival who will show off their skills and we’ve got an easy Chicken Caesar salad recipe that is bound to steal the show at any dinner party.
Grant and Thabiso spend a day without their wallet to test out the Samsung pay function while Abigail Donnelly shares some incredible gifting ideas under R200. Our Fashion Editor, Nox, brings us the latest fashion in simple, white fashion colour palette – perfect for summer.
Ryle spends time at the Mduli Safari Lodge in Kruger Park and gives us some great weekend away ideas. Our weekend baking project is the traditional gingerbread and we share tips on how to stay responsible and plastic free this holiday.
Catch the Expresso Morning Show every weekday at 06h00 on SABC 3.
Join us for another exciting week on Afternoon Express, live every weekday at 5PM on SABC3! With inspiring guests, in-depth conversations and delicious recipes, Afternoon Express remains committed to bringing audiences content that will both entertain and inspire. This and so much more with Afternoon Express, only on SABC3 where the Stage is Yours – Own it!
This Monday on Afternoon Express, Jarryd Smith and Blake Williams discuss the auctioning of the Famous Springbok Painting in aid of the 2nd Chance Trust and we connect with the artist who painted it, Chaz Williams.
Israeli-born chef Ofer Hollinger joins us for a celebration of Middle Eastern cuisine for our weekly Cook-Along! We’ll be making falafel, zhoug sauce, beef kofta and hummus, so head on over to afternoonexpress.co.za right now to get the full recipe and ingredients list, and delight in this feast from the Middle East in your own home!
On today’s episode, we’re focusing on the health issues that matter to us. Public Health Medicine Specialist Dr Kerrin Begg highlights the importance of face masks in reducing the rate of droplet infection of COVID-19. We also meet Bridget McNulty from Sweet Life, a community that informs, connects and inspires those living with diabetes.
Our famous Cook-Along is going on the road! We’re heading to Pretoria to connect with foodie Sadika Fakir and media personality Kriya Gangiah to indulge in modern Indian cuisine, so head over to afternoonexpress.co.za to get the full recipe and ingredients list so you can also have a taste of India in this exciting first!
Today, we’re being joined by an undeniable talent! Paxton Fielies won the hearts of the nation at only 17 years old, and her brand-new single ‘Undeniable’ proves that she deserves her spot at the top! We’re also connecting with Project Flamingo, an organisation that provides vital surgery to breast cancer patients in Cape Town’s public health sector.
Catch Afternoon Express every weekday at 17h00 on SABC 3.