Police raids on suspected terrorist hideouts in Tunisia left four officers and at least two suspects dead Wednesday.
Police stormed a terror cell north of Tunis where a number of militants from across the country had gathered to plan what the police called "synchronized attacks."
Two militants were killed and 16 were arrested. Security forces gave little detail on the raid or the terror plot but said they had captured a number of rifles, grenades and other weapons.
City of Joburg spokesperson, Virgil James spoke to Bruce to reiterate the city’s position on disgruntled Jozi@Work workers, stating that are rotating opportunities for people who work in the city.LISTEN TO PODCAST
SA Post Office CEO, Mark Barnes responded to queries about the Post Office stopping collections at the Joburg International Mail Centre.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Executive Director of the Maths Centre, Sharanjeet Shan spoke to Bruce about how distraught she is that we are celebrating a mediocre Maths result.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Mugwena Maluleke and Basil Manuel spoke to Bruce in respond to the group copying allegations ahead to the release of the National Senior Certificate Examination results today.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guests: Zizi Kodwa, African National Congress (ANC) Spokesperson
Phephelaphi Dube, Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights
Ray spoke to private school matriculants who have excelled in their results.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Ray spoke to the CEO of the Independent Examinations Board, Ann Oberholzer about the IEB exam results and her reflections on these.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Only 16 000 of the 75 000 calls that Gauteng’s 10111 Call Centre has received since last Friday are legitimate.
Gauteng 10111 Unit Commander Brigadier Sam Killian speaks to Ray White about how the 10111 Call Centre works and the implications of prank calls to the number.
The Department of Water Affairs and Sanitation’s Sputnik Ratau spoke to Ray about the status of our water reserves and dam levels in light of our recent rainfall, as well as water conservation.LISTEN TO PODCAST