On Wednesday Mantashe held a meeting with residents on mining issues in the area but the meeting ended with stun grenades fired.
Karima Brown Show
Veteran journalist Karima Brown is a seasoned journalist, editor and most recently Chief Content Officer at Independent Media. She strives to use her profession and the media as an instrument for change.
Listeners love to be informed about South African politics, and 702 has heeded that call.
As the December ANC elective conference and 2019 elections draw closer, 702 offers a hard-hitting show with heavyweight political analyst and commentator, Karima Brown.
The show will bring the big names and news makers into the discussion, as Karima helps audiences to make sense of the issues of the day.
Karima has been hosting a weekly politics wrap on the station on Sunday nights since the beginning of the year and is also eNCA’s resident analyst.
She is a highly regarded journalist with a lengthy list of credentials including Political Editor at Business Day; Group Executive Editor at the Independent Group; she launched Forbes Women Africa magazine, and has hosted Political Exchange and Beyond Markets on CNBC Africa.
The show is produced by Clive Moagi - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m excited to bring the big names in the political sphere to the show, to discuss the issues and answer to 702 listeners. The political stories that are dominating headlines are increasingly complex, and important for citizens to understand and I hope to play a role in helping them to connect the dots.— Karima Brown, host of The Karima Brown Show
The Karima Brown Show
702 offers a hard-hitting show with heavyweight political analyst and commentator, Karima Brown.
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