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Can John Moodey lead the DA?

Can John Moodey lead the DA?

6 February 2020 11:04 AM

Eusebius in conversation with DA Gauteng leader, John Moodey, about his prospects to  lead the official opposition. 


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Guest: Siliki Tlhabane, Chief Director for Maths, Science & Technology at the Department of Education 

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25 September 2020 11:08 AM

Ray White speaks to Francina Nkosi,  Founder Waterberg Women's Advocacy Organisation about the the 6th Global Climate Strike of the youth climate movement that emerged in 2018 and the movement's first major street protest taking place today

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24 September 2020 11:53 AM

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Clement and the listeners share stories of things they have hidden when they have family and friends over to their house. 

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Listeners' Choice- performing our culture

23 September 2020 11:39 AM

Why does the 24th September each year become a day to perform our culture and heritage? Why is this problematic? Pearl Boshomane-Tsotetsi is annoyed with this performance every year. She is joined by cultural expert, Prof Sihawu Ngubane from UKZN. 

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