Guest: Jonathan Cherry Director at Cherryflava Media
The Democratic Alliance (DA) today unpacked our plan to save the tourism industry and ensure the livelihoods of some 1.2 million people are not destroyed in the economic fallout of the Covid-19 lockdown.
This follows a revelation by the Minister of Tourism, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, that the sector will only reignite by December this year. By that time most of the tourism, travel and hospitality industries will be decimated.
Unfortunately, the Department of Tourism’s answer to revitalise the sector leaves much to be desired. The Government’s plan for the industry is lacking on many levels:
Kieno joined by Manny De Freitas MP, DA Shadow Minister of Tourism.
Time now for our Friday chat with Dr Roze Phillips, futurist, medical doctor and the
Group Executive for People and Culture at Absa, about the forces and trends that will
shape the future, what those trends are, and why they matter.
Today we talk about life after coronavirus and look at what the pandemic means for
the future of home design and the way we live
The service, called Cloudy Deliveries, is operated by nine boys from the Langa area who
ride their bikes to bring deliveries to their community. Deliveries cost a flat fee of R9. The drivers range from 16-19 years old.
Kieno joined by Colin Mkosi Co founder - Cloudy Deliveries.
Kieno joined by Chiponda Chimbelu Deutsche Welle Correspondent.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The ‘No drama llama’ has become a positive role model of peaceful protests in Portland, Oregon
Harvard experts say couples who are not quarantining together should wear FACE
MASKS during sex to prevent the spread of coronavirus
Covid-19 update in South Africa: The country has 3267 new confirmed Covid-19 cases, the highest recorded here in one day.
Confirmed cases in SA over 40,000, 26, 386 in the Western Cape, 56 more deaths – 54 of
them in the Western Cape, bringing the total national deaths to 848. 76% of all deaths
nationwide have happened in the Western Cape.
Jan Vermeulen Editor at Large with My BroadBand.co.za takes us thru the interesting
tech stories for the week.
Pete Portal, Author of the book " No Neutral Ground " Pete's account of a journey that
started in London and finds him on the Cape Flats in one of it's most notorious suburbs
where he started a church that assists in rehabilitating drug addicts and helping gang
members find a way out of a deadly lifestyle.
We speak to Pete about his journey , how he ended up living in Manenberg, whats its
like for a foreigner to live in one of SA's most violent townships & how the Covid
pandemic has affected life in the township
The Industrial Development Corporation says that it has funding available to boost
companies who are manufacturing quality textiles in the Western Cape.
The fund will only available for businesses who will have to meet the IDC's strict
To tell us more and take your calls, I'm joined Kieno by Ganief Bardien IDC Westrn Cape