Despite widespread coverage of the spread of the Covid-19 novel coronavirus, there are
still many who do not understand the nature of the virus and how behaviour needs to
change in order to halt its spread. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Kobus Louw, MD of Digemy,
a South African-based EdTech startup which has launched a gamified, data-light elearning
platform to educate the continent on COVID-19 and the ways that behaviour
change can help slow the spread of the global pandemic.
Despite months of not being able to trade, 2020 might just have been the best year for converting more consumers to e-commerce. Today's panel looks at the present and towards the future of how we shop ahead of the festive season.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Anti criticism laws both Thailand & France are banning critical insight.
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While the festive season is a time to get together with loved ones and to see out the year, it can also be a lonely and depressing time for many, and this year one can assume that the situation will be made worse by the pandemic. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Cassey Chambers, the Operations Director at Sadag, the SA Depression and Anxiety Group.LISTEN TO PODCAST
How does our government strike a balance between allowing us as citizens to enjoy the festive season and all that comes with it, without risking a second Covid-19 wave that could be fatal to our economy?LISTEN TO PODCAST
The V&A Waterfront is a popular festive season destination for locals as well as vistors from upcountry and abroad, but how will they be striking the important balance between providing a world-class destination while also adhering to safety protocols? Refilwe Moloto speaks to spokesperson Donald Kau.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Far too many of us have been tied to our phones, laptops or tablet screens during lockdown. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Danielle Weakley, former Editor-in-Chief of Women's Health South Africa and Editorial Director of Women's Health and Men's Health SA, to get some ideas of good books you can crack open this festive season.LISTEN TO PODCAST
With CapeTalk breakfast producer, Stephan Lombard.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A group Nyanga youths have come up with a business which sees them queuing up on behlf of clients for a fee, so that they can go about their daily lives and not waste a day waiting in line.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Insurance companies Santam and Guardrisk recently lost cases brought against them for failing to honour Business Interruption claims made by those in the hospitality sector and were ordered to pay their clients out for losses incurred as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown regulations. Their decision to appeal the findings have been slammed by the likes of Fedhasa.LISTEN TO PODCAST