What's gone viral with Jonathan Fairbairn
Bongani joined by Professor Thabo Legwaila, CEO at the Office of the Tax Ombud.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Bongani joined by Tshwane Metro Police Department's Isaac MahambaLISTEN TO PODCAST
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangangwa has come guns blazing at his critics saying "bad apples" who had tried to divide citizens and weaken his country’s systems would be flushed out. In his briefing to the nation, he also called for unity in efforts to ease tensions. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has accused protesters of staging an insurrection and unleashed security forces in the two main cities of Harare and Bulawayo.
Over a hundred African writers are calling on the African Union and SADC to end their silence and suspend Zimbabwe. The crackdown on dissent comes as millions of Zimbabweans are on the brink of starvation caused by massive job losses brought about by a COVID 19 nationwide lockdown. Questions have been asked on what is SADC (the Southern African Development Community) doing about the situation in Zimbabwe,
Why is South Africa quiet? What are the obligations of SADC and the African Union to Zimbabweans?
Bongani speaks to Senator David Coltart, MDC Alliance Treasurer General, former Cabinet Minister in Zimbabwe and Tafadzwa Mugwadi, ZANU-PF Director of Information and Publicity.
Bongani speaks to Sikonathi Mantshantsha, Eskom National Spokesperson.LISTEN TO PODCAST
What’s Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” FairbairnLISTEN TO PODCAST
The Directorate for Priority Crime investigation, known as the Hawks, have made several appointments in their top management structures, which is expected to bring "committed leadership and stability" to the crime fighting organisation.
In a statement on Sunday, Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said the appointments, which include three provincial heads, came into effect from 1 August.
Lebeya urged the management team and all Hawks members to support the new appointees in ensuring and realising the directorate's mandate, which is to prevent, combat and investigate national priority offences, such as serious organised crime, serious commercial crime and serious corruption.
Bongani speaks to Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi, Hawks Spokesperson.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is considering launching an investigation into the abuse of Covid-19 public funds.
The Public Protector’s Office says that it has received complaints from as many as 450 people who say their applications for the 350 rand monthly social special relief grants were declined on unreasonable grounds. There have also been complaints calling for the Public Protector to investigate irregularities in several government procurement processes, which cost millions of rand.
Bongani speaks to Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Public Protector.
What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” FairbairnLISTEN TO PODCAST
Many of you will have received an SMS from the South African Revenue Service (Sars) over the past few days, indicating that your latest tax returns have been assessed. In an effort to get 3 million taxpayers to do online filing, Sars has managed to complete this auto assessment based on information the revenue service has at its disposal. This past Friday, we received some calls and messages from listeners who were not happy with their auto assessments.
When we spoke to Sars Commissioner Edward Kieswetter a couple of weeks ago, he told us about how the impact of the Covid-19 hard lockdown had made revenue collection more difficult, and how the auto assessment process aimed to make employers more compliant.
Bongani joined by Edward Kieswetter Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service