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Good clean fun at the Mindful Drinking Fest this Sunday

Good clean fun at the Mindful Drinking Fest this Sunday

18 October 2019 12:16 PM

Guest: Sean O'Connor Festival Director - Mindful Drinking Festival


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Its time to hold SA politicians accountable for damage to the economy

6 July 2020 12:31 PM

Advocate Vusi Thembekwayo says that its time for citizens to call out SA politicians for driving such a hard lockdown and the damage it caused to the economy. Thembekwayo posted a video to his social media platforms which quickly went viral, pointing out how the lockdown has destroyed businesses and lives. In the video, the businessman takes viewers on a tour of an office in his building, which had over 70 employees before the lockdown was implemented, and has now been emptied out as the business has closed its doors.

Kieno joined by Advocate Vusi Thembekwayo.

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COVID-19 pandemic and sweeping Black Lives Matter protests across the world

6 July 2020 11:57 AM

Dr Solange Rosa, has just been appointed as the new director of the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the UCT GSB.  Dr Rosa – an activist, academic, policy and strategy advisor and former public servant – joins the Centre on the eve of its tenth anniversary and at an extraordinary time in human history, when the world is transitioning to a ‘new normal’. “The COVID-19 pandemic and sweeping Black Lives Matter protests across the world are demanding a new response from us,” says Dr Rosa. “And an institution such as the Bertha Centre – that is firmly rooted in research and actively challenging the status quo, connecting different sectors and communities, and promoting innovative responses to achieve social impact – is needed now more than ever to help us to reimagine how the world could work.”

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Possible class action law suit against Minister of DBE and WCED MEC

6 July 2020 11:03 AM

Advocate Rod Solomons possible class action lawsuit against Minister of DBE & WCED MEC.

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Reverend June Major's hunger strike

6 July 2020 10:37 AM

Reverend June Major, an Anglican priest from the Cape Town Diocese, has been on a a hunger strike since the beginning of July to protests against rape and gender-based violence (GBV). The Reverend was allegedly raped by a fellow priest in 2002 and her alleged rapist is still allowed to perform his clerical duties despite the case being reported to SAPS and the Anglican Church.

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How is India dealing with the coronavirus?

6 July 2020 10:30 AM

BBC correspondent Mahfuz Sadiqu.

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Barbs Wire - #AvideoOfVusi Thembekwayo

6 July 2020 9:52 AM

A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara Friedman

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How are SA SME funders coping during Covid 19 Keet Van Zyl

3 July 2020 12:04 PM

Kieno speaks to Keet van Zyl CEO Knife Capital.

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The creative economy during and post Covid-19

3 July 2020 12:03 PM

Kieno speaks to Dr Roze Phillips, futurist, medical doctor and the Group Executive for  People and Culture at Absa.

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