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SA team's breast cancer breakthrough

SA team's breast cancer breakthrough

7 June 2019 7:46 AM

Kieno talks to Dr Kathleen Grant, senior lecturer in CPUT’s Department of Biomedical Sciences, about a groundbreaking breast cancer study and tests. And it could save thousands of women from having to undergo chemotherapy and its horrific side effects.


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Campus party looking for best ideas to restart the world

10 July 2020 12:09 PM

Guest: Sharron McPherson Visionary entrepreneur who brought Campus Party to SA

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Kieno speaks to Dr Roze Phillips Futurist & Group Executive for People & Culture ABSA

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WCED forcing teachers with comorbidities to be at work?

10 July 2020 11:05 AM

Kieno joined by Advocate Rod Solomons  and Naptosa director Basil Manuel about the WCED apparently forcing teachers with comorbidities to work.

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Eskom to implement load shedding

10 July 2020 10:41 AM

Kieno speaks to Eskom’s chief operations officer, Jan Oberholzer.

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Angela Merkel is the longest-serving female leader currently in office

10 July 2020 10:37 AM

Guest: Deutsche Welle correspondent Janelle Dumalaon from Berlin.

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Eskom

9 July 2020 12:04 PM

Jan Vermeulen Editor @ Large- My broadband 

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Trucks torched hijacket Cape Town

9 July 2020 11:50 AM

Kieno speaks to Kenny Africa Provincial Traffic Chief.

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Is South Africa facing a significant ISIS threat?

9 July 2020 11:38 AM

ISIS has issued a threat to the SA government warning it that the terror group will bring the war to South Africa if it gets involved in the insurgency in northern Mozambique. Fighting in the Cabo Delgado region has escalated in recent months, and there have been rumours that South Africa could send in its troops to assist the Mozambican's who have been battling the etremist since 2017 but in recent months the intensity of the conflict has escalated. 

Kieno speaks to Jasmine Oppermann | Analyst at ACLED.

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Loadshedding blues and the brighter side of renewable energy products

9 July 2020 11:10 AM

Kieno speaks to Henri van Eetveldt Senior Solar and storage consultant at Energy Partners.

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