Guest: Prof Lyal White Head at Johannesburg Business School.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Investigation continues into meat cleaver attack in Paris.
Hundreds of students stranded in accommodation blocks due to Covid 19 outbreaks.
After three years under wraps, Big Ben begins to reveal itself again.
A new Chinese ambassador has arrived in South Africa. What do we know and what can we expect from Chen Xiaodong? International relations expert, Oscar Van Heerden, gives Refilwe Moloto his view on the new appointment.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Heathfield High School principal, Wesley Neumann, is fighting for his professional life. He is being charged by the Western Cape Department of Education for not getting teachers and pupils back to class in August as per directive of the provincial education bosses. Brandon De Kock of the schools SGB tells Refilwe Moloto why they are standing by their principal.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula will have three months salary docked and instead paid into the Solidarity Fund, because she allowed ANC members to catch a flight on a government plane, to Zimbabwe. Opposition parties are instead calling for her to be sacked. UCT's public law specialist, associate professor, Cathy Powell, speaks to Refilwe Moloto about the president's decision.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Pieter Koekemoer Head of Personal Investments at Coronation Fund Managers.LISTEN TO PODCAST
With the weather having warmed up, some homeowners are finding snakes coming onto their properties and snake catchers such as Davine Sansom are getting more callouts as a result. She speaks to Refilwe Moloto about what you need to do if you have one of these uninvited guests.LISTEN TO PODCAST
With Stephan Lombard Breakfast show producer.LISTEN TO PODCAST
After 17 days of running, Peteni Kuzwayo and Kabelo Mabalane have finally completed their 600km run from Johannesburg to Durban, which culminated in them running the final 100kilometres on the last day. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Peteni Kuzwayo.LISTEN TO PODCAST