Rock Your Morning with Actonville FM


Monday to Wednesday, every week from 9-12 noon (CAT), I find ways to help small businesses.  From interviews with financial whizz kids, through to inserts by legal experts. Every minute counts and we make sure you hear it all.

Mondays we enjoy business coaching for the first half an hour before talking to a successful entrepreneur – remember success is not necessarily creating a corporate company – then moving across to the UK to chat to Dawn Denton and her SA entrepreneurs connected to Celebrate Southern Africa. There are our usual 2 x 5 minute legal inserts and life coaching inserts from Merrill Ishelwood giving advice to those small businesses who struggle to find time for themselves.

Tuesday is all things financial. Joe Tshabangu, serial entrepreneur and his team take us through how to create successful investments no matter how small, such as crypto currency. He is preceeded by Ebrahim Seedat, with financial chat and then going onto a 15 minute insert from Carlos Batista (listen to our introduction podcast) on growing your business with Linked In and our daily 2 legal inserts from Louis the Lawyer. A travel 30 minutes follows just to ease you into the week. Where can an entrepreneur go with limited time and income!

Wednesdays is our youth day and we often use it to talk to those over 60 who have put their youth behind them and now are at the retirement age. Besides some coaching in the morning, we also move across to those Living Legends who make retirement about doing something different.  Follow my podcast series about those living legends from Zirk Botha, to Julia Albu and Joe Tshabangu. Even our legal advisor is over 70! The Youth Foundation works with me for 45 minutes from 9-1030.

Thursdays Ischtelle Hechter takes over with Career Centre and discussions around how to choose a career or even how to change a career! Friday is fun day with Ken and Annelize when they create a live channel on TV for you to watch and enjoy.


Geniene Preston has been a radio personality on various main stream radio stations for over 20 years. I have now decided to move into Podcasting Episodes in order for you to learn about South Africa, whether to move or stay and what the experience was like for others.

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