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THE MIDDAY REPORT 24 April 2014 12:20 PM
Disease.
Dr Desmond spoke about what spinal atroph is.
Guest: Dr. Desmond Shamley
Organisation:
Position: Neurologist
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 24 April 2014 12:10 PM
Nkandla.
Rahima reported on the Nkandla committee meeting briefing.
Guest: Rahima Essop
Organisation: EWN
Position: Reporter
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 24 April 2014 12:05 PM
Police.
Solomon spoke about the complanint by Police on the DA advert that incites violence.
Guest: Solomon Makgale
Organisation: SAPS
Position: Communications Manager
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 8:25 AM
The Africa Report
Tunisian lawmakers say they plan to question the country's tourism chief over his decision to permit Jewish religious pilgrims to visit the country using Israeli passports. While Israelis and Jews long have traveled to Tunisia for an annual pilgrimage to the Ghriba synagogue on the island of Djerba, this is the first year that Israelis have been allowed to use their passports rather than a special document issued by Tunisian embassies. Tunisia does not have diplomatic relations with Israel. At least 63 people have been killed after a freight train derailed in Katanga in south-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, officials have said.It was overloaded with passengers, some of whom were on top of the carriages. Katanga province's interior minister told the BBC that 80 people were severely wounded and another seven were still stuck under debris.
Guest: Jean-Jacques Cornish
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: Africa Correspondent
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 8:20 AM
U19 Cricket Coach removed from post
Ray was on the radio to talk about his sudden removal from his post at the U19 Cricket team.
Guest: Ray Jennings
Organisation: South African u/19 Cricket team
Position: coach
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 8:10 AM
Local movie to be repacked for overseas market
Donovan was on the radio to talk about the local heist thriller film that has won praises , awards and oveseas distribution deal.
Guest: Donovan Marsh
Position: Writer & director
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 7:50 AM
The UK Report
British police will ask women to help persuade young people not to go out to fight in Syria, in a new campaign to stem an exodus which authorities fear could breed militants at home. Hundreds of Britons are thought to have flown out to join rebels fighting the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Senior police officers and security chiefs have said they are worried the fighters could return radicalised by hardline Islamists and carry out attacks on British soil. A decline in binge drinking and the rising price of alcohol is behind a dramatic 12% fall in the number of people injured in serious violence across England and Wales last year, a pioneering academic research study claims. An estimated 234,509 people sought treatment at hospital accident and emergency departments across England and Wales in 2013 – 32,780 fewer than in 2012, according to the national violence surveillance network developed by Cardiff University. The Cornish are to be recognised as a national minority group for the first time, it has been revealed. Chief Secretary Danny Alexander announced the decision today, saying it meant for the first time that Cornish people would receive the same rights and protections as other minorities in Britain. It will also mean they are classified under the European Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities the same as the UK's other Celtic people, the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish.
Guest: Adam Gilchrist
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: UK Correspondent
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 7:20 AM
Telecommunication calls should drop
John spoke to the Minister of Communications Yunus Carrim regarding his announcement that Tele-communications prices have to drop in the interest of the economy, because high costs scare investors away.
Guest: Yunus Carrim
Organisation: Government
Position: Minister of Communications
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 6:50 AM
The US Report
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Wednesday signed legislation significantly expanding gun rights in the state. The bill, described by the National Rifle Association’s lobbying arm as "the most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent state history," expands the scope of public places where licensed owners are allowed to carry firearms. The bill makes several changes to state law. Returning to swimming after a 20-month retirement, Michael Phelps is easing back into the sport he once dominated by racing one of his best events.The 18-time Olympic gold medalist will swim the 100-meter butterfly at the Arena Grand Prix on Thursday, his first competition since retiring after the 2012 London Games. Phelps is the world and American record holder in the event, which includes rival Ryan Lochte and four-time Olympian Roland Schoeman of South Africa. A Michigan man has gone for "most strikes in a minute" bowling record. Chad McClean set the official record in Gainesville, Florida last year. He managed 12 strikes in one minute.Unofficially, Jason Hicks tied that record at his family-owned Clio Bowling Arcade last month. MLive's Aaron McMann says Hicks actually hit a 13th strike, but it was a second too late.
Guest: Harley Carnes
Organisation: Talk Radio 702 / 567 CapeTalk
Position: U.S Correspondent
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 6:40 AM
Nigerian children kidnapped from school
Terror has gripped Nigeria once again with the kidnapping of 230 school girls in Northern Nigeria, which is being blamed on the Islamist group Boko Haram and has plunged the region into chaos. Who/What is Boko Haram, why the abduction of the girls, why Nigerian government cannot close in the group?
Guest: Ebrahim Deen
Organisation: Afro--middle East centre
Position: Researcher
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 24 April 2014 6:05 AM
Weather Forecast
Today's weather forecast and science fact
Guest: Simon Gear
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: Environmental Correspondent
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EARLY BREAKFAST 24 April 2014 5:10 AM
Simone Heradien from the Daily Sun
Simone was on radio to talk about what has made headlines in The Daily Sun. These were a shortage of chemotherapy drugs, call for increase in defence budget, the official minibus taxi speed, most 'born-frees' will note vote, and a rape accused holed up at psychiatric hospital for years.
Guest: Simone Heradien
Organisation: Daily Sun
Position: Freelance Journalist
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OVERNIGHT LIVE 24 April 2014 12:05 AM
Open line
On the show this morning the listeners largely spoke about corruption in the government and what it would take to eradicate it. We also spoke about the elections which are fast approaching. Listeners discussed which parties they felt deserved their vote and the importance of voting. We also touched on the open letter penned by Gayton Mackenzie which is addressed to Kenny Kunene.
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