Martin talks his 1st love rugby with Dylan Jack from SA rugby Magazine and Ziaan Siems from Smile FM

Rugby Talks - A look at Round 3 of the Rugby Championship with Ziaan Siems, Dylan Jack and Martin Myers We look forward to the rugby championship games this weekend and reflect on the losses last week for both the All Blacks and Springboks. Listen to the Podcast at https://echocast.fabrik.fm/NLx5wYpW4R42qM

Record industry trumpets its sales figures By Bob Lefstez

Every week the antiquated record industry trumpets its sales figures and the even more ancient media industry repeats them. And to say they're unimpressive is to say you took the family goat to prom. Let's look at Imagine Dragons. They're a top ten act selling 25,000 records a week. 25k a week? That's positively anemic... Continue Reading →

Martin Myers interviewed Greg Secker the founder and CEO of Europe’s leading trader coaching company

Greg Secker is the founder and CEO of Europe’s leading trader coaching company, www.KnowledgetoAction.co.uk Former Vice President of Mellon Financial Corporation, Secker is a world renowned Forex trader with trading floors in London, Sydney and Johannesburg. An experienced speaker, Greg has shared the stage with the likes of Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Anthony Robbins and Alan... Continue Reading →

SA music quotas – who needs it?

From Channel 24 Many artists maintain that broadcast - particularly radio - doesn't do enough to represent and promote South African music. But is that all there is to it? The Moshito Music Conference– billed as "Africa's premier music industry event" - happens in September, and as usual it aims to carry forth the plight... Continue Reading →

Qantas Wallabies head coach Robbie Deans was coaching co-ordinator for the 2003 All Blacks who, in beating South Africa 52-16 at Loftus, inflicted the heaviest ever home defeat on the Springboks.

This is a great press release and read I have a feeling Australia will win The return of Quade Cooper to the flyhalf position represents the only change to the Qantas Wallabies starting XV for Saturday night’s Bundaberg Red Tri Nations Series match against South Africa in Pretoria, from that which appeared against New Zealand... Continue Reading →

the greatest sporting weekend of my life

Warm greetings once more. The truth is that this newsletter could have been called whatever you want it to be as there is not one singular superlative that can describe what this past weekend was like. Speaking of contenders England proved once again that they are not contenders but instead are merely tomatoes and the... Continue Reading →

World Cup Predictions Part II

Warm greetings once more. Last week we examined the world cup group stages and in order of group winner and runner-up I concluded that these would be the teams involved in the knockout stages of the tournament. Group A: France, South Africa Group B: Argentina, Nigeria Group C: England, USA Group D: Germany, Australia Group... Continue Reading →

Guiding principles for successful musicians – Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse

By: Sindy Peters An artist in the South African music industry has plenty to contend with, such as: funding, venues, minimum support from media outlets, international counterparts taking centre stage. Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse addressed the delegates on day one, 22 March, of the 2010 Music Exchange conference discussing why SA musicians are not resilient enough... Continue Reading →

We Are The World – my friend Peter Stemmet from ETV wrote this … Read it please, worth the read

There is a cliché that suggests that when you do not know what to say you should rather just keep quiet. This week I wish to apply this to music; if you don't know what to sing then rather just keep quiet. Before I elaborate I wish to stress that I am going to try... Continue Reading →

I find it amazing to say the least that come March each year a revolving door policy starts to happen at the three commercial radio stations in the Western Cape

I find it amazing to say the least that come March each year a revolving door policy starts to happen at the three commercial radio stations in the Western Cape, never mind the syndrome called; ‘let’s copy what other stations do by simply packaging it in a different color. Let’s get to specifics… Last week... Continue Reading →

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