I regularly participate in online discussions, interviews, and more. Here’s a sample of interviews and online discussions I’ve been part of, including the podcast I co-hosted, The No BS Business Show.
- The No BS Business Show on Amazon.
- Get It Magazine (Durban) interviewed me in 2012 (print and online editions).
- Our Town asked me to highlight some of my favourite Durban restaurants.
- Izimvo highlighted my work in 2011.
- She’s the Geek interviewed me in 2010.
- Melanie Minnaar interviewed me during 2012.
- The Fred Felton Show chatted with me in 2013.
- DurbanZone featured me during 2013.
- 5 Questions with 5 South African Bloggers – 2013.
- Don’t discount Durban when it comes to SA’s Digital Landscape – VentureBurn – 2013.
- I’m a Mom with Tattoos.
- Unplugged Parenting – an interview with Parent24/News24 – 2014.
- The Durban Journo asked me for my views on my home city in 2014.
- GIJane let me write about my experiences as a newbie runner in 2014.
- ZAlebs interviewed 5 South African women for Women’s Day and I was one of them in 2014.
- Talking with James Preston about writing for the online world (2014).
- The Bright Rock Change Exchange IRIS Session on Kids and Technology.
- Becoming You Blogger Interview (2014).
- CMAD 2015.
- Interview on All4Women with Sandy Nene (2015).
- Radio Al Ansaar Interview (2015).
- Radio Islam Interview (2015).
- Tribage #XanderMoms Interview (2015).
- Getting to know…Cath Jenkin (2015).
- DigitLab – Spotlight on Cath Jenkin (2015).
- Legacy Leavers Inaugural Podcast with James Preston (2015).
- The Almost Perfect Podcast (2020).
- Africa Blockchain Profile (2020).
- Smash the patriarchy (2022).
I took to blogging in mid-2005, as a way of chronicling my pregnancy and then life for my daughter. Since then, I’ve shared both the best and worst parts of my life online. As a lifestyle/personal blogger, I also regularly review products but primarily focus on sharing stories and tales of life from my perspective.
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