Pippa Hudson, the host of Cape-Talk’s popular lunch show Afternoons with Pippa, was honoured for her work in advocating health news and informing listeners in Cape Town and beyond. The Mowbray resident received a Titanium Award from the Board of Healthcare Funders of Southern Africa during an awards ceremony held on Thursday 25 July. The Titanium Awards recognises and celebrates healthcare professionals and businesses delivering superior services to the South African public and private healthcare sectors.Hudson was awarded for her 2018 body of work presented weekly in the health and wellness segment of her show on CapeTalk. These segments included interviews and content about concussion, sleep, atopic dermatitis, palliative care for children and the importance of access to pregnancy education. Hudson said she shares this accolade with her colleagues: producer Amy-Rae Rispel (30) from Rocklands in Mitchell’s Plain and technical producer OB Sitwayi. “We are deeply honoured by the acknowledgement of our continued work and segment around healthcare. “I will continue to use my voice and platform to push healthcare boundaries and to encourage meaningful discourse that educates our audience,” said Hudson. V The show is on weekdays from 13:00 to 15:00 on CapeTalk 567AM.