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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 7:45 PM
Big Issue
Hamish spoke about the influence of the war on the economy.
Guest: Hamish Patterson
Organisation: Museum of Military History
Position: Curator of Education
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 7:35 PM
Economy
The influence of War on the Economy over the last 100 years.
Guest: Catherine Burns
Organisation: Wits Institute of Economic and Social Research
Position: Researcher
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 7:10 PM
Resturant
Anthony spoke about a restaurant that is being built near Chapman's peak.
Guest: Anthony Black
Organisation: UCT
Position: Developmental and Environmental Economist
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 6:45 PM
Stock Pick Monday
Sasha spoke about Vodacom, Richemont and Bidvest stocks.
Guest: Sasha Naryshkine
Organisation: Vestact
Position: Portfolio manager
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 6:40 PM
Market Commentary
Market Commentary with Tracy.
Guest: Tracy Brodziak
Organisation: Old Mutual Equities
Position: Portfolio Manager
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 6:40 PM
Residential Market
Erwin spoke about South Africa's luxury residential market offering huge opportunities for the rich to extend their search for property.
Guest: Erwin Rode
Organisation: Rode & Associates
Position: Property Economist and Valuer
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 6:15 PM
Numsa
Chris spoke about Numsa accepting the 10% increase offer.
Guest: Chris Hart
Organisation: Investment Solutions
Position: Chief Strategist
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 6:15 PM
Luxury Brands
Evan spoke about upper income consumers showing no signs of the effect of poor economic growth.
Guest: Evan Walker
Organisation: RMB Asset Management
Position: Retail Analyst
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THE MONEY SHOW 28 July 2014 6:10 PM
Numsa
Thando spoke about the Numsa settlement.
Guest: Thando Kubekha
Organisation: Reporter
Position: EWN
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THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW 28 July 2014 5:15 PM
End of NUMSA strike
Spoke about his organisation's position on the terms and conditions of the strike ending agreement.
Guest: Gerhard Papenfus
Organisation: NEASA
Position: Chief Executive
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WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE 28 July 2014 5:10 PM
End of NUMSA strike
Spoke about the terms and conditions of the strike ending agreement.
Guest: Kaizer Nyatsumba
Organisation: Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of SA
Position: CEO
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THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW 28 July 2014 4:10 PM
Discipline in schools
Spoke about discipline in schools.
Guest: Elijah Mhlanga
Organisation: Department of Basic Education
Position: Director of Communications
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THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW 28 July 2014 3:50 PM
Appointment of Shakes Mashaba
Spoke about the appointment of Shakes Mashaba as Bafana Bafana coach.
Guest: Marks Maponyane
Position: Soccer Analyst
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THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW 28 July 2014 3:10 PM
Kempton Park Hospital
Spoke about the closed Kempton Park Hospital.
Guest: Gia Nicolaides
Organisation: EWN
Position: Reporter
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 28 July 2014 2:20 PM
OPEN LINE
JCW asks how people feel about e tags and TV licenses. Are people prepared to pay just to stay out of trouble?
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 28 July 2014 1:40 PM
GIRL RISING
Intel SA, encourages young women to take up careers in information technology. Intel is also behind She Will Connect, an international programme that commits to expanding digital literacy skills among young women in developing countries.
Guest: Thabani Khupe
Organisation: Intel SA
Position: Corporate Affairs Director
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:55 PM
Football.
David spoke about the new Bafana coach.
Guest: David Kekana
Organisation: SABC
Position: Analyst
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:55 PM
Middle East.
Paula reported on the latest regarding Israel and the ceasefire.
Guest: Paula Slier
Organisation:
Position: EWN
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:45 PM
Africa.
JJ spoke about the meeting next week that US President Barack Obama wants to have with various African leaders.
Guest: JJ Cornish
Organisation: EWN
Position: Africa Correspondent
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:40 PM
Solar.
Megan spoke about the first african solar-powered desktop.
Guest: Megan Verkuil
Organisation: Capsule Technologies.
Position: Founder
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:35 PM
Business.
Prof Aurelia spoke about Johannesburg as a business hub.
Guest: Aurelia Segatti
Organisation: African Centre for Migration and Society at WIts.
Position: Associate Professor
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:25 PM
Cricket.
Neil reported from Sri Lanka.
Guest: Neil Manthorpe
Organisation: MWP Media
Position: Cricket Correspondent
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:20 PM
Cape Town.
Len spoke about the restaurant to be built on Chapman's Peak.
Guest: Len Swimmer
Organisation: Hout Bay Ratepayers Association
Position: Chairperson
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:15 PM
HIV.
Pikke spoke about the court case against SANDF regarding discrimantion over people that are HIV positive.
Guest: Pikkie Greef
Organisation: SANDFU
Position: Advocate and National Secretary
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:10 PM
Health.
Gia reported on the state of a KEmptopn Park hospital which hasn't been used for years.
Guest: Gia Nicolaides
Organisation: EWN
Position: Reporter
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THE MIDDAY REPORT 28 July 2014 12:05 PM
Police.
Dr Johan spoke about the incompetency of police after a study by DA revealed 25% couldn't use guns properly.
Guest: Johan Burger
Organisation: Institute of Security Studies
Position: Senior Researcher
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REDI TLHABI 28 July 2014 11:05 AM
New traffic fines law
Coming into effect this week, irresponsible drivers will have to pay quite a bit more for traffic offences as the minister of transport and public works, Donald Grant, reports that traffic fines in the Western Cape will increase from August 2014.
Guest: Howard Dembowsky
Organisation: Justice Project South Africa
Position: Chairman
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REDI TLHABI 28 July 2014 10:05 AM
Should political parties disclose private funders?
Private political party funding is almost wholly unregulated, nobody knows which big businesses, foreign governments and super-rich individuals are keeping our political parties afloat – but now Rights organisation My Vote Counts has launched a court bid to change this and is asking the Constitutional Court to compel Parliament to adopt laws forcing all political parties to disclose the identities of their private donors. The organisation contends that the absence of adequate and accurate information about each party’s likely loyalties undermines citizen’s constitutional right to vote.
Guest: Karabo Rajuili
Organisation: My Vote Counts
Position: Researcher
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 8:20 AM
Africa Report
A programme designed to foster a new generation of young African leaders will be renamed after former South African President Nelson Mandela, the White House said on Sunday. President Barack Obama, who has said he was one of the untold millions of people around the world who were inspired by Mandela's life, is set to announce the name change at a town hall-style event on Monday in Washington with several hundred young leaders from across sub-Saharan Africa. Black boxes from the Air Algérie plane that crashed in Mali last week will be transferred to France for analysis, the French Embassy in Mali said on Sunday, as officials prepared for the process of identifying the remains of the dead. United Nations peacekeepers located the second black box on Saturday amid the wreckage of the plane that took off from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, and was heading to Algiers, Algeria, when it crashed early Thursday in northern Mali near the border with Burkina Faso. The Liberian government on Sunday closed most of the West African nation's border crossings and introduced stringent health measures to curb the spread of the deadly Ebola virus that has killed at least 660 people across the region. The new measures announced by the government on Sunday came as Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone struggle to contain the worst outbreak yet of the virus.
Guest: Jean Jacques Cornish
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: Africa Correspondent
Website: www.702.co.za/podcast/podcasts.asp
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 8:15 AM
Backlog in UIF claims
A change in the UIF system has led to a backlog of UIF claims, with applicants unable to claim for their money for months and the system has created an administration nightmare.
Guest: Vuyo Mafata
Organisation: Unemployment Insurance Fund
Position: Chief Financial Officer
Tel: 012 337 1614
Email: teboho.maruping@labour.gov.za
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 7:55 AM
U K Report
Jewish people in Britain are enduring a backlash of attacks, bomb threats and anti-semitic insults fuelled by the bloodshed in Gaza. More than 100 hate crimes have been recorded by police and community groups this month, more than double the usual number. Community safety groups fear the total could be the second highest ever recorded, after an explosion of violence during the 2009 Gaza war. Russia should be stripped of the right to host the 2018 soccer World Cup unless President Vladimir Putin stops destabilising Ukraine, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Sunday (27 July), as he warned the world would look weak if it did not act. Clegg, the most senior British politician to call for such action, said Putin's behaviour towards Ukraine was "beyond the pale" and had reached "a tipping point". He spoke out as fighting around the site of MH17, the Malaysian airliner downed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, prevented a visit by international experts and as the European Union weighed new sanctions against Russia. Frustrated travellers arriving at the West Sussex airport late last night and this morning criticised the lengthy delays on social media. Some complained about a lack of information, with just a Tannoy message apologising for the "debacle" and families with young children having to wait. Affected travellers with British Airways, Monarch, Thomas Cook and Thomson were told their luggage would be sent to their homes.
Guest: Adam Gilchrist
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: U.K Correspondent
Website: www.702.co.za/podcast/podcasts.asp
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 7:15 AM
Review the suspension without full pay issue
John spoke to Collins Chabane, Minister of Public Services and Administration, about R50 million in suspended civil servants waiting for disciplinary hearings getting their full pay. Minister Chabane wants to review the suspension without full pay issue. The Minister also spoke to John about the splurge in luxury vehicles by the executive and what his department is doing about corruption.
Guest: Collins Chabane
Organisation: Government
Position: Minister of Public Service and Administration
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 7:10 AM
State employees vs owning a business
John talked about government ministers wearing two hats, owning businesses and being employed by the state. He questioned how they would be able to keep the check and balances when it comes to declaring their interests. John also highlighted the pros and cons of juggling a full time job as a state employee and running a private business.
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 6:55 AM
U S Report
One of Liberia’s most high-profile doctors has died of Ebola, officials said Sunday, and an American physician was being treated for the deadly virus, highlighting the risks facing health workers trying to combat an outbreak that has killed more than 670 people in West Africa – the largest ever recorded. A second American, a missionary working in the Liberian capital, was also taken ill and was being treated in isolation there, said the pastor of a North Carolina church that sponsored her work. Firefighters in Northern California made progress Sunday against a wildfire that has destroyed 13 homes and forced hundreds of evacuations in the Sierra Nevada foothills, while a fire near Yosemite National Park that destroyed one home grew significantly overnight. East of Sacramento, the Sand Fire in the Sierra foothills has burned roughly 6 square miles of steep, rugged terrain near wine-growing regions in Amador and El Dorado counties since Friday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. A resolution that would make the Pierce County Council chambers the first public place in Washington to display the national motto "In God We Trust" will be discussed at two public meetings this week. The proposal is on a committee agenda Monday, but will likely be debated by the entire council Tuesday. Supported by Councilman Jim McCune, the resolution asks to place the "inspiring slogan" with words that are "a profound source of strength and guidance" prominently in the chambers.
Guest: Harley Carnes
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: U.S Correspondent
Website: www.702.co.za/podcast/podcasts.asp
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 6:50 AM
Discovery Walk the Talk
About 56 000 took part in the 702-Discovery Walk The Talk. Whether people walked for fun or recreation or walked for a cause, the Discovery 702 Walk the Talk served up another smash hit.
Guest: Iona MacClean
Organisation: Discovery
Position: Head of Experiential Marketing
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 6:45 AM
Backlog on UIF claims
Lee-Anne runs an agency that helps the public to claim from the Unemployment Insurance Fund, and says that since the Department of Labour introduced a new system, there has been unprocessed claims dating back to March and her clients are running out of patience.
Guest: Lee-Anne
Position: Concerned Citizen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 6:40 AM
Constitution copies
Anthony talked about how some libraries in the Eastern Cape do not have copies of the Constitution in English and isiXhosa.
Guest: Anthony
Position: Concerned Citizen
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THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW 28 July 2014 6:10 AM
Weather Trivia and Facts
Huge Stone Age find in Northern Cape.
Guest: Simon Gear
Organisation: Talk Radio 702
Position: Environmental Reporter
Website: www.702.co.za
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OVERNIGHT LIVE 28 July 2014 1:45 AM
Open Line with Sebenzile Nkambule
Sebenzile spoke about president Zuma’s daughter, Thuthukile Zuma, being appointed to the almost R1 million-a-year position of chief of staff in Post and Telecommunications Minister Siyabonga Cwele’s office. Listeners discussed the issue of professionalism versus experience and whether is she qualified for the post she has been appointed to. EFF’s first birthday celebration was also discussed including the SABC’s refusal to broadcast it and Julius Malema’s call for people to boycott television licenses. King Zwelithini’s wedding to 27yr old, Zola Mafu as his sixth wife was also discussed and questions were raised about the age difference. Other issues that were touched were; Shakes Mashaba’s appointment to be head of National Soccer team. Sebenzile asked whether should he change the whole team or some members there. Sebenzile played an audio clip of Shaka Senghor, an ex-prisoner turned motivational speaker about his journey from being a killer to being an inspiration.
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OVERNIGHT LIVE 28 July 2014 1:25 AM
Entertainment news update
Sebenzile also spoke to Allegro Dinkwanyane, Entertainment blogger, media personality and Founder of Orgella Online, about the latest entertainment news that are happening in and around South Africa including internationally.
Guest: Allegro Dinkwanyane
Organisation: Orgella Online
Position: Entertainment blogger and media personality
Website: www.OrgellaOnline.com
Email: mailtoallegro@orgellaonline.com]
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OVERNIGHT LIVE 28 July 2014 1:15 AM
Sporting weekend
Sebenzile spoke to Tholakele Mnganga, EWN Sport reporter, about the Derby that took place, the Carling Black Label Cup and South Africa’s performance at the Commonwealth Games
Guest: Tholakele Mnganga
Organisation: EWN
Position: Reporter and Producer
Website: http://ewn.co.za/
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JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS 28 July 2014 1:15
OPEN LINE
JCW speaks about the moral decay in society, she refers to the tweet by a teenager from Ukraine boasting about a mascara she found in the rubble from the shot Malaysian plane. JCW also spoke about the Reiger Park murder of the boy that was dragged to his death.
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