The big day has finally arrived! After weeks of not being able to trade, liquor retailers,shebeens and restaurants will be able to sell alcohol. However, there are concerns that there will be sufficient measures in place to control customer numbers and that social distancing protocols are strictly enforced.
Kieno joined by David Leew, is a representative from the liquor traders association, he
is also on the ground today inspecting various taverns and shebeens.
Covid-19 latest stats: as the world sees over 6 million cases, 372 thousand deaths and
over 2.7 million recoversies, South Africa reaches over 32 thousand cases, that's a jump
of 1716 new cases in 24 hours and 40 more deaths recorded in the past day, bringing
the total to 683. Almost 17,000 have recovered.
Kieno joinied by BBC correspondent Mahfuz Sadique.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara Friedman.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The National department of basic education says that grade 7 and 12 learners will not need to report for school today. The Department says schools will now reopen on the 8th of June. WECD MEC for education Debbie Schaffer disagrees with the the national departments decision and says that schools in the western cape will reopen as the province had already spent more than 200 million rand on preparation for the re opening of schools.
Kieno joined by Western Cape Premier Alan Winde.
Guest: Councillor Xanthea Limberg, Mayco Member: Informal Settlements, Water & Waste Services; Energy.LISTEN TO PODCAST
AS we get ready for lock down level 3 on the 1st of June, we turn our attention to one of
the most controversial issues that has caused some protest action,and that is the closure
of beaches. The question to be answered now is, will beaches be re-opened under level 3
Lester joined by Zahid Badroodien Mayoral Committee Member for Community Services and Health at City of Cape Town.
Lester joined by Dr Roze Philips Futurist, medical docotr & group Executive for People & CUlture @ ABSALISTEN TO PODCAST
Lester joined by President Bishop Lavis Action CommunityLISTEN TO PODCAST