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The Travel Bug – Visa free travel for South Africans

The Travel Bug – Visa free travel for South Africans

11 October 2019 5:30 AM

Guest: Tess Faber, Principal travel consultant and director and founder of Travel Bug

Host: Abongile Nzelenzele, Early Breakfast

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This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection.

27 November 2020 6:26 AM

This Is Not a Burial, Its a Resurrection is directed by Lemohang Jeremiah Moses, the film is the first by a Mosotho filmmaker in the Sotho language to be screened internationally. It features a final, poignant and awesome performance from the late actor Mary Twala Mhlongo.

It kicks off its Oscar-qualifying run today. Jerry Mofokeng speaks to about co-starring in this film alongside Ma Mary Twala

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Will stricter lockdown restrictions for the EC influence shared borders?

27 November 2020 6:11 AM

Health minister Zweli Mkhize confirmed the Eastern Cape accounts for about 50% of SA’s daily Covid-19 cases, with the possibility of lockdown restrictions being discussed.

Bonginkosi Madikizela, Transport and Public Works MEC at the WC Government discusses when it maybe necessary to petition for stricter border control of movement between the Eastern and Western Cape provinces.

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GBV: #MakeTime to speak to our sons

27 November 2020 5:19 AM

1000 Women Trust asks to #MakeTime to speak to our sons to teach them about consent, boundaries and respect for women.

The campaign centres on a children’s doll – Krissy Doll – that appears to have been brutally assaulted, exhibiting all the hallmarks of domestic violence.

Guest: Tina Thiart, 1000 Women Trust

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Nehawu national strike for community health workers to be recognised

26 November 2020 6:44 AM

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union members are striking for community health workers to be recognised. The union announced a nationwide strike to intensify the call on the government to employ workers permanently.

Nehawu President, Mzwandile Makwayiba speaks to these and other issues that they want to bring to the fore today.

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GBV: Taverns Dialogues confront gender based violence

26 November 2020 5:09 AM

Men will confront their demons in a series of facilitated dialogues on gender-based violence and femicide which will be hosted in taverns around Cape Town this week as the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children kicks off.

Sholto Sims is Distell's South Region General Manager, Distell is running this initiative in partnership with various formations of liquor traders.

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EC Cogta anticipate an increase of illegal initiates

25 November 2020 6:13 AM

Initiations are suspended under Alert Level 1 lockdown, 13 initiation schools were shut down in the Eastern Cape for operating illegally on Monday.

It is anticipated that the number of illegal initiates will increase as officials continue raiding illegal schools who operate in defiance of lockdown regulations.

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Road Freight Associations appeals to presidency to intervene trucking violence

25 November 2020 5:42 AM

The ATDF is scheduled to continue protest action, after hundreds of its members protested against the hiring of foreign nationals in the Durban CBD yesterday.

Road Freight Association CEO Gavin Kelly is appealing to Pres. Ramaphosa to intervene calling trucking violence an outright war on the SA economy and its citizens

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What you really should be doing with your 13th cheque

25 November 2020 5:12 AM

Many of us won't be lucky enough to receive a 13th cheque this year round. However bonus payment can be hugely beneficial at a time when expenses tend to run high.

If you are one of this lucky few, before you rush out to overspend on Christmas presents, certified financial planner Tsungai Masendeke, suggests some of the other ways in which you can put the extra money to better work.

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Democratic Lawyers of SA backs Zondo

24 November 2020 11:47 AM

The National Association of Democratic Lawyers of South Africa (Nadel) backs Judge Zondo, coming out against former President Jacob Zuma’s decision to “excuse himself” from the Commission.

Mvuzo Notyesi is the president of the National Association of Democratic Lawyers of South Africa (Nadel)

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Initiation rites will remain suspended in the Eastern Cape

24 November 2020 5:46 AM

Male initiation rites will remain suspended in the Eastern Cape as the provincial government is concerned about the surge in Covid-19 infections, which signal a second wave of infections in the province.

Nkosi Mkhanyiseli Dudumayo is the Provincial Secretary of Contralesa in the Eastern Cape

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