Guests: Bridget Pringle and Professor Ntobeko Ntusi
Guest: Wardah WilkinsonLISTEN TO PODCAST
Karam Singh | Head of legal and investigations at Corruption Watch
Corruption Watch says it believes South Africa can beat Covid corruption by proactively publishing information about procurement contracts. We speak to its Head of Legal and Investigations.
Adriaan BassonLISTEN TO PODCAST
The SACS Anti-Discrimination Collective says discrimination at the school has been ongoing since South Africa’s democratic elections in 1994. It is now calling for the current SACS governing body to be disbanded, saying it failed to uphold an agreement for the establishment of a multi-stakeholder committee made up of current parents, learners, educators and old boys to address discrimination. We speak to a member of the collective, Alexander McLeod.
Dr Glenda Gray
Dr Glenda Gray, president and CEO of the SA Medical Research Council, has called on the government to review its ban on the sale of alcohol. She says it will result in huge job losses and entrench the illegal trade in booze.
Debbie Schafer | MEC for Education at Western Cape - GovernmentLISTEN TO PODCAST
We speak to Ryan Blumenthal about his book "Autopsy" in which he discusses the lessons he learnt as a rookie forensic pathologist, as well as some of the most unusual cases he’s encountered
Jamie Mighti, an independent political analyst and social commentator, in an opinion piece on News24 today says it is time for SADC to stop turning a blind eye to what is going on in Zimbabwe where he says the government is willing to do anything to hold onto to power. We get the view of Zimbabwean human rights lawyer, Doug Coltart.
We speak to David Bruce, independent researcher specialising in policing and public security, about his view that despite transformation, the SA police service remains unresponsive to South African's big crime concerns, and his belief that SAPS is not accurately analysing the crime situation.
Richard Rushton | Group CEO at Distell
Distel is part of the coalition comprising The National Liquor Traders Council, the Liquor Traders Association, the SA Liquor Brand Owners Association, Sisonke, SAB, Diageo, Heineken SA, Pernod Ricard SAmand Wines of SA who launched a movement #SaveMyLivelihood.