PechaKucha Night 47

Galeo Saintz
In Celebration of Walking

Looking through the lens of the 52 walks on offer in SA’s only walking festival, Galeo tells how this simple festival in celebration of walking, is a tool for re-connecting to nature and to each other, whilst being a catalyst for linking communities, supporting tourism and raising funds for environmental charities.

Michaela Mycroft
Betting on Chaeli's abilities

A recipient of the International Children's Peace Prize, Michaela Mycroft - affectionately known as Chaeli - was born with cerebral palsy. Chaeli is on a journey to prove her doubters wrong, proving disabled people can do just about anything able bodied individuals can do. Her latest challenge, a five-day journey by horse is to raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy and securing 'bets' for the Chaeli Campaign.

Habib Noorbhai
Breaking Pageant Stereotypes

We often place limits on what we can do and what we have the potential of achieving. We often underestimate how far one can go and the ultimatum of terminating or continuing. In every aspect of life, there is something called Stamina, not just in sport. The aim of this inspiring, enthused and motivated talk will be geared towards what and how you can see through your desired goals, accomplishments and targets.

Robert Zipplies
Your values — our future

Have you ever thought about and prioritised your values? Have you considered how your values shape the world around you? If we want to build a better future for all, exploring these questions is important — personally, as organisations and as a society.

Tapiwa Guzha
Learning about self love and acceptance through kink and BDSM.

Tapiwa will talk about his journey to self-acceptance, love & how it's linked to BDSM & kink. Tapiwa learned much about the human body and its wonders while his artistic side flourished in this world of rope bondage

Gary Hirson
Changing of the cables on Table Mountain

Every year Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company shuts down for their annual maintenance. Every 4 years the cables that haul the cable cars up and down are changed, every 6 years the cable cars are completely stripped and refurbished, and every 12 years the cable on which the cars run is re-tensioned. Since 2005 Gary has been the only photographer commissioned to photograph this engineering feat. Mid-winter cape weather and tight timelines add to the stresses of completing the task at hand, which has to be completed on time. Local artisans and Swiss engineers work side by side ensuring safe passage for future tourists

Charlotte Kemp
The Essential 3Cs to Future Proof your Career

The World Economic Forum says we need new skills to survive in the new economy. How do we teach and inculcate these skills into our education and work lives? How do we prepare ourselves with invisible soft skills in anticipation of an industry that may not exist? How do we become more valuable than an artificial intelligence algorithm?

Sophie Joans
What would you tell yourself at 18?

At 18, clueless about how to tackle adulthood, Sophie began to stop people on the street and ask them: If you could tell you at 18 one phrase of life advice, what would you say? After collecting thousands of quotes, from street sweepers to celebrities, she printed some of them onto A7 cards. Sophie continues to collect quotes, but now invites people to pick a card without looking, and 'see what the universe wants them to know'. On starting this project, the magic was watching people as they tried to condense their whole lives into one phrase of advice. Now it is also amazing watching people react to the card they chose, and how it is so often relevant to their lives.

Andre de Wet
14 Days across the Himalayas

Andre recently spent 14 days riding a classic Royal Enfield motorcycle across part of the Himalayas. Through Kashmir & high up near the Pakistan & Chinese borders. He covered nearly 2000kms and rode passes as high as 5300m, nearly as high as Kilimanjaro