Africa speaks to Daniel Silke Political Economy Analyst at Political Futures Consultancy
Political pressure the political elite who broke their own lockdown rules.
Electing a murderer an unusual election issue today in Suriname.
The massive economic slump brought on by lockdown means that the world will probably meet its annual reduction in emissions targets. Experts like Brian O'Callaghan, researcher at the Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford are calling for a greener restart of the economic engine.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs chairperson, Bongani Bongo, about new regulations allowing South Africans to once again travel abroad under certain conditions.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Huawei phones no longer have access to the Google Play Store. How much does this matter?LISTEN TO PODCAST
Can your employer limit your free movement during your breaks? Just what are your rights during your lunch break? Marleen Potgieter weighs in.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Igsaan Baker Owner of Baker Sound and Security.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Prof Lyal White Head at Johannesburg Business SchoolLISTEN TO PODCAST
Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Buti Manamela explains how they plan on reopening campuses and ramping up plans to get students online so that remote learning can continue.LISTEN TO PODCAST